The Little Mermaid – The Hollywood Bowl

The Little Mermaid was a story that I feel like I knew quite well, without actually having seen the film. I know the songs and the characters and the premise. On our last night in Los Angeles, we went to the Hollywood Bowl and saw The Little Mermaid with a live orchestra and a range […]

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The Jungle Book (Remake)

I’d never seen the original Jungle Book, and I think the only reason we went to see this new one was because we were having a rough, hot, day in Los Angeles and it was cool in the cinema. It worked out well though as it’s on our list! “The Jungle Book is a 2016 […]

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The Sword in the Stone

I know nothing about this film. Not that excited about it to be honest but it’s all part of getting throughย our list. “The Sword in the Stone is a 1963 American sword and sorcery animated film produced by Walt Disney and originally released to theaters on December 25, 1963 by Buena Vista Distribution. It was […]

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One Hundred And One Dalmations

We haven’t watched a film in two weeks, we’ve been getting ready to go home and also we’re feeling pretty uninspired to get through our list. I’ve only ever seen the 1996 live action version which I remember enjoying. “One Hundred and One Dalmatians, often written 101 Dalmatians, is a 1961 American animated adventure film […]

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Sleeping Beauty

I’ve never seen sleeping beauty and I don’t know much about it except that she sleeps and then gets rescued by a prince. I’m interested to see how much deeper it gets than that! This is also the first one on our list that Lincoln hasn’t seen before. “Sleeping Beauty is an American animated musical […]

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Lady and the Tramp

I’ve never seen Lady and the Tramp – but I feel like I know the story. It was really hard to get the motivation to watch this one as we feel a bit Disney-ed out at the moment. But, we’re trying to get through the list! โ€œLady and the Tramp is a 1955 American animated […]

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Peter Pan

I love Peter Pan. I’ve seen serval versions and adaptions of the film and play, I even played the role of Curly (a Lost Boy) once when I was twelve which started my streak of playing male characters in plays. I have, however, never seen this Disney version. I thought I had, but what I’d […]

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