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Disney’s “The Descendants” was an immediate smash, with one of the biggest audiences ever for a cable movie on its premiere and over 100 million viewers since then. “High School Musical’s” Kenny Ortega was behind the smart and engaging story […]

Disney’s live action remake of one of its most beloved animated fairy tales is every bit as enchanting as we could hope, gently updating and expanding the story to give the characters more depth and appeal and filling it with […]

Coming this fall from Disney-Pixar, “Coco” is the story of a 12-year-old boy named Miguel who sets off a chain of events relating to a century-old mystery, leading to an extraordinary family reunion. The voices include Benjamin Bratt and Gael […]

Win a copy of Disney’s live action “Jungle Book!” Send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com with Jungle in the subject line and tell me your favorite jungle animal. Don’t forget your address! (U.S. addresses only). I’ll pick a winner at […]

Disney has kept the best of its reliable formula and freshened it up with a spirited story inspired by the ancient myths of the Pacific Islands and a spirited heroine who dreams of adventure, not finding a prince. It is […]

There’s something for everyone in this 2016 movie gift guide! TCM has the largest selection of DVDs and movie goodies anywhere. And the best gift any lover of classic movies can hope for this holiday season is a subscription to […]

“Pete’s Dragon” screenwriter David Lowery answered my questions about updating and transforming the Disney classic for a live-action 21st century remake, and how being the oldest of nine children helped him learn how to tell stories. The movie is available […]

Angus MacLane is co-director of the adorable “Finding Dory,” the sequel to “Finding Nemo.” In an interview, he spoke about the changes in technology and the decision to shift the focus to the memory-impaired fish voiced by Ellen DeGeneres. The […]

From one of my favorite Disney special features, Ichabod and Mr. Toad, this is based on the classic “Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving. Nervous schoolmaster meets headless horseman!

This Disney classic includes dancing skeletons for Halloween.