All posts tagged animation

She-Ra! She’s progressive! She’s… kinda boring looking.

The current She-Ra redesign fiasco has opened several problematic discussions within the animation community. Even if you don’t give two hoots about comics and cartoons, understanding trends in consumer interaction […]

Reviewing The Incredibles: The best superhero film of all time?

The Incredibles premiered in November 2004 and instantly earned its status as a beloved animated classic. Written and directed by Brad Bird (director of The Iron Giant, Ratatouille), the film […]

How Judy Hopps is a feminist icon

What crazy world are you living in where you think a bunny could be a cop? On the surface, Disney’s Zootopia is just a kids film about some cartoon animals. […]

The Fantasia Show

In the midst of all the politicised and highly opinionated shows on the catwalk, there was one that stood out to me. Mary Katrantzou’s show simply took me to a […]

A Series of Unfortunate Events Season One – A Review Not for the Fainthearted

If you are interested in reviews about happy shows now streaming online, you would be better off reading some other review. Close this tab, click on an alternative link– preferably one featuring pictures of […]

Disney: From Renaissance to Remakes

In the last few years, Disney has been releasing new iterations of their fairy tales through the medium of live-action as opposed to their original animation form. What is also […]

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Spoiler-Free Review) – A Magically Original Trip Back to a Beloved World.

You are dripping with sweat, lying in bed, and although these people are nice they ain’t half weird; floating plates; levitating food; this blonde beauty that is inside your head; […]

Zootropolis: How did it slip the radar?

Zootropolis, or Zootopia in the US, hit our UK cinemas in March this year. It was Disney’s highest grossing original film to date and became the 26th film ever to make a 10 digit sum. With […]