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All quiet on the Range

The Moose Hole gives a generally negative review of Disney’s last traditionally animated feature, Home on the Range, citing it as a prime example of a “plot that looks interesting on paper but clearly doesn’t go anywhere once it is projected onto the big screen”.

The Moose Hole – Dog Days at the Box Office

The Moose Hole gives a mixed review of the traditionally animated feature based on the Emmy winning animated series, Teacher’s Pet, saying “younger audience members will enjoy this heralding story about a dog wishing to be a boy while younger adults will be wishing for the quickest exit out of the theater”. Read the full […]

The Moose Hole – 'King' Not the Best of the Year but a Great 'Return'

The Moose Hole criticizes the third installment of The Lord of the Rings series in several areas but praises Peter Jackson’s directing and overall artistic achievement of The Return Of The King. The site comments “King makes many leaps and bounds above most of the films this year but fails to achieve the consistency and […]

The Moose Hole – Grim Grinning Ghosts

The Moose Hole gives a mixed review of the feature film adaptation of the classic Disney theme park attraction. “If you are looking for another Pirates Of The Caribbean, wait for the film’s sequel rather then searching for it in The Haunted Mansion” but the site does find it slightly entertaining. Read the full review […]

Family Guy May Return to Network TV

Baby Stewie could be staging a comeback. In a sign of the growing importance of DVD sales to Hollywood, 20th Century Fox is considering a plan to resume production of Family Guy, a sometimes crude animated comedy that the Fox network took off the air more than 18 months ago. As many as 35 new […]

Friday Box Office Estimates – Bear Tops Tunes

Looney Tunes: Back In Action, which opened in 2903 theaters this weekend, failed to find an audience on its opening day bringing in only $2,140,000 in a distant seventh place. This does not fare well for the $85 million budgeted feature, as more family competition is to be expected this holiday season. Brother Bear, on […]

Brother Bear Weekend Estimate

According to Box Office Mojo, Brother Bear brought in $18,540,000 for the two-day nation-wide release this weekend, which averages to $6,118 per screen. The latest traditionally animated film from Disney placed second behind Miramax’s Scary Movie 3.

The Moose Hole – 'Brother' More Then 'Bear'able

The Moose Hole gives a very positive review of Disney’s latest traditionally animated feature, Brother Bear, complimenting the studio for “successfully revitalizing the traditional animation genre and bringing it back to its roots with memorable songs and delightful talking animals”. Brother Bear will need all the help it can get with only two days in […]

Home On The Range and Teacher's Pet trailers!

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Another Release Date Change for Home on the Range?

Disney’s last traditionally animated film, Home on Range, may move on to greener pastures (a new release date) thanks in part to another film change. Touchstone Pictures’ The Alamo, which was suppose to open on Christmas Day, has been moved to April 2004 to allow the filmmakers more time to complete it. Since the film […]

Brother Bear Opening Weekend Estimates

According to Box Office Mojo, Disney’s Brother Bear opened in New York and Los Angles with $285,000 based on Sunday estimates. Brother Bear opens nation-wide this Saturday, November 1st.

Brother Bear Friday Estimates

According to Box Office Mojo, Disney’s Brother Bear gathered $81,362 on its first day of release in New York and Los Angles on Friday. The film opens nation-wide on Saturday, November 1st.

Puss in Boots From \\Shrek 2\\!

{{popup Shrek2pussy.jpg Shrek 2 320×300}}Here is your first look at Puss in Boots from Dreamworks’ Shrek 2, which is set to open in May 2004. He is voiced by Antonio Banderas and will definitely be the talk of the summer season next year. (click picture for larger view) From Ain’t It Cool News.com

Family Guy Movie Direct-to-Video?

Joel Surnow, the creator of 24, and Fox Home Entertainment are in talks to create a direct-to-DVD spin-off of the real-time series, which has become one of the studio’s top DVD sellers. Surnow said they are tossing around ideas about a spin-off that would be done with an all-new cast and take place in real […]

Back-to-Back Pirates Sequels?

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, the second film this year to gross $300 million in domestic box office, may earn a distinction that’s even more uncommon: back-to-back sequels shot in one simultaneous production. Recent successes which have followed the same format are Warner Bros.’ “Matrix” sequels and New Line’s “Lord […]

\\Brother Bear\\ on Monday Night Football

If you caught the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Oakland Raiders on October 20th then you saw the promo for the next Monday Night Football game featuring Rutt and Tuke from Disney’s Brother Bear. The two will be featured in the opening sequence of next week’s Monday night game featuring the Miami […]