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Review: Coco

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Review: Coco

Get ready to have all the heartstrings pulled, it must be time for another Disney/Pixar film: Coco. Based on the Mexican holiday of Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead), the story follows a 12-year old Miguel who sets off a chain of events relating to a century-old mystery, leading him to an extraordinary adventure and family reunion.

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Review: DuckTales

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Review: DuckTales

DuckTales is back and better than ever! It’s a rebooting of the original series that ran from September 1987 to November 1990, four seasons with a total of 100 episodes and a theatrical spin-off film, DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp. It was considered the best of the Disney Afternoon line-up that also included great shows like: Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers, Darkwing Duck and The Gummy Bears.

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Binary System Podcast #79 – WTNV Episode 106 “Filings”

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Binary System Podcast #79 – WTNV Episode 106 “Filings”

In Night Vale it’s illegal to acknowledge the existence of angels, so they’re out to change that, and you know what that means: PAPERWORK. Also minor riots, dragons, and rifts in the space-time continuum. It IS Night Vale we’re talking about.

After the twins recap the episode they also get into Mystery Science Theater 3000: the Return (and how delightfully creepy Felicia Day can be), the new Beauty and the Beast movie (and how it’s okay if you make a movie that’s only for Disney Fans because that’s a hell of an army to contend with), the new Iron Fist (about which we’ll say very little) and the Hugo Award nominations (about some of which we’ll say nothing at all…)

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Review – Beauty and the Beast

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Review – Beauty and the Beast

By guest columnist my_year_in_movies.

Beauty and the Beast had a near impossible job on its hand: How do you remake arguably the most beloved animated movie of all time? Take the easy route and not change a thing and the critics will ask what the point is (hell, some grumps are gonna ask that no matter what happens). Change too much and the villagers will be after you with pitchforks.

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Beauty and the Beast: Final Trailer

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Beauty and the Beast: Final Trailer

The new trailer for Disney’s live-action adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast” debuted during ABC’s broadcast of “The Bachelor” featuring new footage and Ariana Grande and John Legend’s duet of the iconic song Beauty and the Beast. Directed by Bill Condon, the film brings the story and characters audiences know and love to life in a stunning, cinematic event. Be sure to check it out, and don’t forget to see “Beauty and the Beast” on March 17 when the film hits theaters nationwide.

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Binary System Podcast #66 – Comics, Movies, and Cosplay

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Binary System Podcast #66 – Comics, Movies, and Cosplay

No new Welcome To Night Vale episode to recap this week. But never fear, the BSP team is more than willing to blather on about the comics we’re reading, the movies we’re watching, and then have a long discussion about what cosplay items are becoming a no-go (Elizabeth: wigs, Kathryn: anything that’s worn too close to my throat) and why a cosplay based on the Session Twins from Matt Wagner’s Grendel Quest might be a little too obscure for most people to get.

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Disney Pixar’s “Cars 3” Filmmakers Announce Key Cast and New Characters

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Disney Pixar’s “Cars 3” Filmmakers Announce Key Cast and New Characters

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OWEN WILSON, CRISTELA ALONZO & ARMIE HAMMER BUCKLE UP FOR “CARS 3”

High-Octane Adventure Cruises into Theaters June 16, 2017

BURBANK, Calif. (Jan. 5, 2017) — Disney•Pixar’s “Cars 3” filmmakers revealed key cast members and new characters in the upcoming faster-than-fast film. Joining Owen Wilson in the all-new story that tests the heart of a champion in a high-tech world are Cristela Alonzo and Armie Hammer as unconventional trainer Cruz Ramirez and next-gen racer Jackson Storm, respectively.

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Review: Finding Dory

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Review: Finding Dory

It has been 13 years since we first went on a life or death journey with Marlin and Dory as they searched for the missing clown fish, Nemo, in 2003’s Finding Nemo. It’s arguably one of the best Disney/Pixar films. So it should come as no surprise that Finding Dory is just as good, if not better, than its predecessor. What could have been a cash grab sequel with no value ends up being a movie about self-discovery, family and love.

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 13: Tomorrowland

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 13: Tomorrowland

This week Leland and his good friend Brian talk all about Tomorrowland, the future land that can be found at all of the Disney Parks world wide. Showcasing Walt Disney’s idea of the future! But really it’s all about the rides! The guys discuss favorite rides, olds one and the new ones coming in the next few years. If you love Disney then pull up a chair, download and enjoy. Read On