Friday, September 17, 2010
Saturday, August 14, 2010
In the most recent quarter, Walt Disney Company has increased its profit as three of its blockbuster movies soared high in their ratings.
“Toy Story 3”, “Alice in Wonderland” and “Iron Man” topped the blockbuster movie countdown with a combined total gross income of $2.5 billion for the last quarter.
Walt Disney, the world’s largest media company has for years created various Disney films of which most has become top grosser in the movie industry.
Walt Disney income has increased to nearly 40 percent of its total profit.
Walt Disney’s movie “Toy Story 3” in particular shared a big contribution not only to the movie industry but as well as to the toys and apparels sales. Movies created
by Walt Disney usually contribute to some other industries due to its impact to the consumers.
ESPN, another media partner of Walt Disney has earned high ratings during the quarter. It was reported to have an increase of ratings to 30% most especially to its
Media Networks such as ESPN and ABC reported operating profits of almost $1.9 billion over the year-earlier period of its operation.
For Walt Disney theme parks, consumers are then being worried about price increases turning over to consumers’ expenses.
Disney’s movies went higher as its operating income reached over $123 million despite loss of almost $12 million a year earlier when movies such as “Confessions of a
Shopaholic”, and “Hannah Montana: The Movie”.
But as the management sees it, it is still too early to declare the Walt Disney Pictures’ recovery of profit.
Over-all, Walt Disney has been consistent with its sales and profits. But still, as what the management says, it is still too early to tell for the year hasn’t ended.
Posted by YinWayKyal at 6:44 AM
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
July 27th, 2010 | Author: Nancy
We have a different experience from many when traveling to Disney World these days: our Disney vacations now include 3 adults, since our daughter is nearly 20 and in college. Our first family visit came when she was 7, so she has been visiting Disney for most of her life…and she still loves it as much as she did back then! The magic is still there for her and for us, and we all continue to look forward to our Disney trips as much as ever.
Still, we do plan and tour differently these days. Visiting Walt Disney World with teens and young adults is certainly not like it is with little ones! As she has grown and changed, so have our Disney vacations.
Since most of what is written centers on the Disney experience with small children, I thought I’d share with you some thoughts on Disney for teens and young adults. If this is not yet where your family is, well then take some notes, because your kids will be this age before you know it!
Basically, everything you need to know about a Disney vacation with teens/young adults can be summarized in the following three tips:
Remember that they’re not kids anymoreIt may seem kind of obvious, but when you’re used to doing Disney World a certain way (“but we ALWAYS ride It’s a Small World first!”) it can come as quite a shock when your children no longer want to do things quite the same way. They grow up and change, and so do their likes and dislikes. And they just may not like doing things the *way* you do. But be open to suggestions and make sure you find out what THEY want to do: don’t assume it’s what they’ve always done. I will say that in some ways, it’s harder letting go of the fact that they’re not kids anymore when you’re at Disney World than almost any other place. Try though…. They’ll really appreciate it.
Give them time/space of their ownSmall hotel rooms may not be the best thing any more. Everyone needs a little space of their own, and once your adult child goes off to college and begins to do things *their* way….well again, their way may not be your way. If you can’t arrange for them to have their own room, encourage everyone to at least have time for themselves on a daily basis. See the next tip for how this may work out without you even trying. And remember: Time alone can be good for the soul….and for everyone’s patience.
Realize that they won’t be up at the crack of dawn.This goes back to things being different from when they were kids. As a personal example: then, it was easy for me to get everyone up, dressed, fed and out the door before 8 a.m. Now? Not so much. If you don’t have teens yet, but have heard things about how their internal clock changes….well, believe me it’s true. So just as you work your Disney vacation around a toddler’s nap time in order to avoid unhappiness and distinctly un-magical feelings…..you also need to expect that your teen/young adult is probably going to be sleeping later than you: so don’t force them to get up and go when you do. They can meet you at the parks when they’re ready.
We all know that Disney is fun no matter what age you are. This is just as true for teens and college students, as it is for toddlers. And it’s kind of fun seeing Disney World through the eyes of your no-longer little child. So what about you? Have you traveled to Disney World with a teenager? What tips would you give?
Nancy, her husband and college-age daughter live in the Baltimore MD area, but consider Walt Disney World their second “home”. She started her site, The Affordable Mouse, as a way to share ideas about how to plan affordable Disney vacations. Her favorite things at Disney World (in no particular order) are Soarin’, most of the food in World Showcase, Illuminations…and that “Disney magic”.
Posted by YinWayKyal at 6:29 AM
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Walt Disney) (2010)By A. O. SCOTT
Published: July 14, 2010“The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” is the latest movie about an ordinary fellow — it’s almost always a fellow — who is, all of a sudden and to his great astonishment, dragged into an epochal, supernatural battle between good and evil. The fellow in question this time is the distinctly unpromising Jay Baruchel, a gangly Canadian ectomorph who got the girl (though not much of an audience) in “She’s Out of My League” and who trained the cartoon dragon in “How to Train Your Dragon.” Here he plays an N.Y.U. physics major named Dave who tinkers with a giant Tesla coil in his subterranean laboratory and pines for Becky (Teresa Palmer), a pretty music lover who was his childhood crush.
Meanwhile, though, Dave has learned that he is the Prime Merlinian, which means that “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” is not just another dweeb/cutie romantic comedy, but also a phantasmagorical action picture in which bolts of lightning will shoot out of people’s hands, and ancient spells will be uttered to cataclysmic effect right on the streets of Manhattan. To spare you the full rehash: hundreds of years ago a bunch of bad wizards were stuffed into a Russian doll, including the really mean Morgana (Alice Krige) and the gorgeous Veronica (Monica Bellucci). Now two supermagicians, Balthazar Blake and Maxim Horvath, battle to let one of the ladies out of the doll — called the Grimhold, by the way — and keep the other one trapped inside.
The good news, if you are not a Monica Bellucci completist, is that the rival sorcerers are played by Alfred Molina and Nicolas Cage. Mr. Molina, who was perhaps a bit too sensitive as Doc Ock in “Spiderman 2,” attacks his villainous role, Maxim, with mustache-twirling relish. As Balthazar, Mr. Cage, having worked with the director, Jon Turteltaub, on the popular “National Treasure” series, refines the oddball intensity he brought to those pictures and mixes in new flavors of wackiness. If he has not quite approached a Christopher Walken level of sublime self-parody, Mr. Cage has at least established himself as the heir to Al Pacino in the crazy mentor pantheon.
But while Mr. Molina and Mr. Cage supply a measure of well-compensated eccentricity, their labors ultimately serve to emphasize the grinding mediocrity of the enterprise. The method of “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” is to string together pedestrian moments of explanation, comedy and emotion around noisy and derivative action sequences, some of which seem to go against the very premise of the movie. Why would Balthazar and Maxim — magicians who can fly, change shape and conjure force fields, fireballs and just about anything else they want — need to climb into cars and chase each other through the streets of New York?
I put that question to a colleague, who condescendingly replied, “because it’s a Jerry Bruckheimer movie.” Duh. But still. It’s stupid. At several points Balthazar intones that the fate of mankind hangs in the balance. But it never feels as if more were at stake than the bottom line of Jerry Bruckheimer Films and the Walt Disney Company, who seem to have confected this lumbering amusement in the hopes of picking up a little Harry Potter cash in the interval between “The Half-Blood Prince” and “The Deathly Hallows.”
It should be noted, though, that “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” does have a distinguished cultural pedigree, reaching back to Goethe’s poem, which inspired Paul Dukas’s orchestral composition, which in turn provided the music for perhaps the most memorable segment of Walt Disney’s “Fantasia.” Mr. Turteltaub does pay homage to that wonderful scene, in which Mickey Mouse tries to use his half-learned powers to do his chores, but the sight of Mr. Baruchel trying to bring rampaging mops under control can only suffer in comparison. The magic in this “Sorcerer’s Apprentice” is loud, mechanical and uninspired.
“The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” is rated PG (Parental guidance suggested). The fate of mankind does not hang in the balance, and no one really gets hurt.
source : http://movies.nytimes.com/2010/07/14/movies/14sorcerer.html
Posted by YinWayKyal at 7:21 AM
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
July 5, 2010 | by Disney Dreaming |
Tokyo Disneyland has recently reopened the Captain EO attraction at the park, which stars the late Michael Jackson in a 3D movie. The attraction will run at the park for a limited time, through June 30, 2011.
The attraction was open at the park between 1987 and 1996.
Captain EO has also reopened at both the Disneyland park in California and at the Epcot theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.
source : http://www.disneydreaming.com/2010/07/05/tokyo-disneyland-reopens-captain-eo-attraction/
Posted by YinWayKyal at 6:49 AM
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Glow Fest at Disney's California Adventure
(06/21/2010) – Anaheim, California – With three performances a night, “World of Color” at Disney’s California Adventure is seeing record crowds – something never experienced before in the nine-year history of the usually-struggling Anaheim second gate. When the park opened in 2001 as an accompaniment to Disneyland, the original Disney theme park, it was noted as not only having a lack of Disney characters, but also a lack of nighttime entertainment. The park’s first summer featured a return of the former Main Street Electrical Parade – re-branded as Disney’s Electrical Parade, but even that wasn’t fully enough to bring in the crowds from a usually over-packed Disneyland, which offered nighttime entertainment ranging from Fantasmic! to fireworks to a teen dance venue in Tomorrowland.
While there is no doubt that Walt Disney Imagineering’s five-years-in-the-planning “World of Color” is the thing to do at The Disneyland Resort this summer, an over-glorified waiting area is proving to be an unexpected nighttime hit. Glow Fest, as it is called, is a psychedelic-colored street party that takes over the park’s Hollywood Pictures Backlot section each night. The festivities include food trucks, dancing space, music spun by live dj’s, and even two bars offering up beer and special “glowing” cocktails. There’s even Bollywood dancers to help kick off each evening’s festivities.
Some have expressed concern, however, that the nightly scene too closely resembles a rave – some are worried about drinking and reported drug use at the Glow Fest event. An investigation last week by Anaheim police into reports of underage alcohol sales revealed no wrongdoing or lax measures on the part of Disney, nor on the part of the outside vendors that Disney has brought in to help organize Glow Fest. That’s right, – Glow Fest, unlike most events in the parks, was not crafted by Disneyland’s entertainment division; rather, it was organized through a local entertainment company and the entirety of the operations – from food to music – was contracted.
Perhaps it is this decidedly un-Disney approach that has proven the event to be so popular with another segment of the park’s guests – young adults and teens. This segment, which makes up a large portion of the resort’s annual passholders – has never gone completely ignored by Disney.
In the 1980′s, noting the popular teen dance scene booming around Orange County, Disneyland opened Videopolis, a music and dancing venue in the back of the park, in a rather secluded corner of Fantasyland. The normally family-friendly park monitored the activities at the venue, but Disney Security was more lenient in this portion of the park than elsewhere; public displays of affection and cigarettes were common at the venue. The same held true well into the 1990′s, and again in most recent years, with dancing at Tomorrowland Terrace, a restaurant and stage venue in Tomorrowland. These venues were not without their problems, however; a fatal stabbing occurred during a fight between two young men at the Terrace regarding a girl, and guests were escorted out of the park on more than one occassion for being in possession of marijuana and alcohol at Videopolis.
These situations, and a general fear of thumping music and people younger than 25, have led many in the last week to complain about the rave-esque Glow Fest at Disney’s California Adventure, an area of the park that is meant to provide nighttime entertainment to those waiting for the next performance of “World of Color”. Numerous rumors have been posted online about marijuana and ecstasy use at the events, and hyperbolic reports of “drunken teens” and young adults getting out of hand, creating an unfriendly atmosphere for families.
People generally against Glow Fest on the internet – many of whom have never actually stepped foot in to Glow Fest – have cited the (perceived) inappropriateness of selling alcohol in the parks so openly, and have noted that Videopolis was very much tucked away from most guests during its heyday (the Videopolis site is now Princess Fantasy Faire, a Disney princess meet-and-greet venue).
After actually visiting Glow Fest, however, what was found was music, some dancing teens, some dancing adults, some dancing families. The music presented at Glow Fest is the expected mix of Justin Bieber and Jonas Brothers thrown in with the likes of Aerosmith and Journey. People were drinking, yes, but at $11 for a cocktail and $8 for a beer, there was no one getting buzzed, much less out of hand (not to mention the probability that Disney’s cocktails are highly watered-down, even with outside vendors). The atmosphere was truly geared towards all age groups, with families fitting in just as well in the situation as teenagers. The current offerings at Tomorrowland’s venue are decidedly more family-prohibitive, but when the venue has been continuing a 30-year tradition, it’s not has hotly debated as a new program being introduced in another park.
It should be noted, however, that these same “the sky is falling” arguments have come up before. When it was first announced that the yet-to-be-opened Disney’s California Adventure would serve wine and beer, many complained about how “inappropriate” this would be for a family theme park. Nevertheless, the park opened with – and still has – numerous locations to purchase wine and beer, and visitors are well within their rights to wander a good portion of Pacific Wharf with a beer in hand. The park even has a full bar – the Cove Bar – located right beside the family-oriented Ariel’s Grotto restaurant. Disney World’s Epcot has been selling alcohol since it opened in 1982; controlling alcohol sales and consumption at a Disney theme park is hardly new ground.
As far as a “street party” atmosphere with alcohol is concerned, observations have been made on internet boards about how Videopolis was tucked away, but Glow Fest takes over a major thoroughfare of the park, thereby forcing families to expose their children to the scene. In reality, Hollywood Pictures Backlot is a dead-end area. Videopolis was also not that tucked away; it was adjacent to the Fantasyland Station for The Disneyland Railroad, a few yards from “it’s a small world”, and practically on top of the park’s parade route.
With Glow Fest happening only at night, families who truly do wish to keep children away from the event (for whatever personal reason), have several hours to experience the land’s attractions during the day; it should be noted that beer, wine and cocktails though are available all day in other areas of the park – as they have always been.
Disney isn’t playing stupid, however, with making sure that everyone stays in line at Glow Fest. Reports of marijuana or alcohol being snuck in the parks isn’t due to Glow Fest; it’s been happening since Disneyland opened in 1955, and Disney is well aware of it. As has always been done, Disney Security (both uniformed and plainclothes) patrol the event and the rest of the park on a regular basis. Anybody found to be intoxicated or under the influence of an illegal drug are immediately removed from the park.
While Glow Fest may attract more local young adults to enjoy the festivities, Disney’s security forces are local legend in Orange County – the few who risk it nearly always get caught, long before creating a disturbance. Glow Fest does exactly what Disney has always done – cater to its different markets. No one demographic owns the Disney experience – and not everything is created for everyone. Families have nothing to worry about with Glow Fest, but if it’s something that some wish to avoid, it is quite easy to do so. Visit the parks and make memories with your family, without being concerned that everything isn’t quite your cup of tea. The family experience is very well in tact, even when local college students are drinking a beer and singing along to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing”.
-Editorial by William J. Nash-McAdam
Posted by YinWayKyal at 6:22 AM
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Title Year Ratings
Disney Rarities - Celebrated Shorts (1920s - 1960s) 1923-1962 C/C+/C
The Adventures Of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit 1927-1928 B/B/B
Mickey Mouse in Black and White 1928-1935 B-/B-/B
Mickey Mouse in Black and White: Volume II 1928-1935 B-/B-/C+
More Silly Symphonies 1929-1938 C+/C+/B+
Silly Symphonies 1929-1939 B/B-/B-
The Complete Pluto: Volume I 1930-1947 A-/B/C+
Holiday Celebration With Mickey & Pals: Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Favorites (Volume VIII) 1933-1951 C/B-/D-
The Chronological Donald: Volume I (1934-1941) 1934-1941 B/B-/C-
Mickey Mouse In Living Color 1935-1938 B/B-/C-
Starring Mickey: Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Favorites (Volume I) 1935-1941 B/B-/D-
Extreme Music Fun: Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Favorites (Volume VI) 1935-1947 C+/C/D-
Extreme Sports Fun: Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Favorites (Volume V) 1936-1946 B/B-/D-
Starring Donald: Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Favorites (Volume II) 1937-1950 C+/B-/D-
Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs 1937 A+/B+/A+
Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs [Blu-Ray] 1937 A+/B+/A-
Extreme Adventure Fun: Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Favorites (Volume VII) 1938-1952 B-/C+/D-
The Complete Goofy 1939-1961 B+/B/B-
Mickey Mouse in Living Color: Volume II 1939-Today A-/B-/B
Pinocchio: Disney Gold Classics Collection 1940 C/C+/D-
Pinocchio: Platinum Edition (70th Anniversary) 1940 A/B/A
Fantasia 1940 B/B+/B+
The Reluctant Dragon 1941 C-/C/B-
Dumbo 1941 C+/B-/B
Dumbo: Big Top Edition 1941 B+/B-/B
Starring Goofy: Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Favorites (Volume III) 1941-1953 B+/B/D-
Bambi 1942 A/B+/A
The Chronological Donald: Volume II (1942-1946) 1942-1946 C+/B-/B-
On The Front Lines 1943 B/C+/B+
Saludos Amigos 1943 C+/C/C+
Saludos Amigos: Classic Caballeros Collection 1943 C+/C+/C+
Victory Through Air Power 1943 B/C+/B+
The Three Caballeros 1945 C+/C-/C-
The Three Caballeros: Classic Caballeros Collection 1945 C+/C+/C+
Make Mine Music: Disney Gold Classics Collection 1946 C+/C-/D+
Song of the South 1946 DVD Release Unlikely
Fun And Fancy Free: Disney Gold Classics Collection 1947 B+/B-/C-
The Chronological Donald: Volume III (1947-1950) 1947-1950 B/B/C
The Complete Pluto: Volume II 1947-1951 B-/B-/C+
Starring Chip 'N Dale: Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Favorites (Volume IV) 1947-1954 C/C+/D-
Melody Time: Disney Gold Classics Collection 1948 C+/C-/D+
So Dear to My Heart 1949 Postponed
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad: Disney Gold Classics Collection 1949 C-/C+/C-
Cinderella 1950 A/C+/B+
Alice In Wonderland 1951 B+/C+/C-
Alice In Wonderland: Masterpiece Edition 1951 A-/B/A-
The Chronological Donald: Volume IV (1951-1961) 1951-1961 B/B-/B-
Classic Holiday Stories: Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Favorites (Volume IX) 1952-1983 B-/B-/D-
Peter Pan 1953 A-/C+/F
Peter Pan: Platinum Edition 1953 A-/B/B+
Peter Pan: Special Edition 1953 A-/B/B
Disneyland USA 1954-1965 C-/C/C-
Lady and the Tramp 1955 A-/B/F
Lady and the Tramp: 50th Anniversary Edition 1955 A+/B+/B+
Your Host Walt Disney: TV Memories 1956-1965 C+/C/B-
The Shaggy Dog: Wild And Wooly Edition 1959 B-/B-/C
Sleeping Beauty: Platinum Edition (50th Anniversary) 1959 B+/B+/A
Sleeping Beauty: Special Edition 1959 C+/B+/A
Tomorrowland: Disney In Space & Beyond 1959-1966 C+/C+/B-
101 Dalmatians 1961 B/C+/D-
101 Dalmatians: Platinum Edition 1961 A/B-/B+
The Sword in the Stone 1963 B/B-/B-
The Sword in the Stone: 45th Anniversary Edition 1963 B/B-/C+
Mary Poppins 1964 C+/B/C+
Mary Poppins: 40th Anniversary Edition 1964 B/C/A
Mary Poppins: 45th Anniversary Edition 1964 B/B/A
The Jungle Book 1967 B/B+/F
The Jungle Book: 40th Anniversary Edition 1967 B+/B/A-
The Aristocats: Disney Gold Classics Collection 1970 B-/B-/D
The Aristocats: Special Edition 1970 C/B-/D
Bedknobs And Broomsticks 1971 B+/B/B-
Bedknobs And Broomsticks: Enchanted Musical Edition 1971 C+/B-/C
Robin Hood 1973 C-/C/D
Robin Hood: Most Wanted Edition 1973 B/C/D+
Escape To Witch Mountain: Disney Family Classics 1975 B+/C/B
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: 25th Anniversary Edition 1977 A-/B-/B+
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Friendship Edition 1977 A-/B-/B+
The Rescuers 1977 C/C/C-
Pete's Dragon 1977 B-/B/B-
Pete's Dragon: High-Flying Edition 1977 C-/C/B-
Return From Witch Mountain: Disney Family Classics 1978 B/C/B
The Fox and the Hound 1981 C/C/D
The Fox and the Hound: 25th Anniversary Edition 1981 B-/C+/C-
The Black Cauldron: Disney Gold Classics Collection 1985 C-/B/D+
The Great Mouse Detective 1986 B+/B-/C-
The Great Mouse Detective: Mystery In The Mist Edition 1986 B+/B/D
Who Framed Roger Rabbit 1988 B+/C+/F
Who Framed Roger Rabbit: Vista Series 1988 B+/B-/A
Oliver & Company 1988 C-/B/C
Oliver & Company: 20th Anniversary Edition 1988 C+/B/C
The Little Mermaid 1989 C/B+/F
The Little Mermaid: Platinum Edition 1989 B+/B+/A-
DuckTales: Treasure of the Lost Lamp 1990 Release Date Unknown
The Rescuers Down Under: Disney Gold Classics Collection 1990 C+/B+/D-
Beauty and the Beast 1991 A-/B+/A+
Aladdin 1992 B+/B+/A+
The Nightmare Before Christmas 1993 B/A-/D-
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Collector's Edition 1993 A/A-/A
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Special Edition 1993 B/A-/A-
The Lion King 1994 A/A-/A-
The Return of Jafar 1994 C+/C+/D
A Goofy Movie 1995 B+/B+/B+
Pocahontas: Disney Gold Classics Collection 1995 C-/B-/D
Pocahontas: 10th Anniversary Edition 1995 B+/B-/B
Toy Story 1995 A/A-/D
Toy Story [Blu-Ray] 1995 A/A/A
Toy Story: 10th Anniversary Edition 1995 A/A/A
James and the Giant Peach 1996 A-/A-/C-
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1996 B/B/B-
Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 C/B/D+
Hercules 1997 C+/A-/D+
Pooh's Grand Adventure 1997 Not Reviewed
Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World 1997 C-/B-/D-
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas 1997 B+/B+/F
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas - Special Edition 1997 B+/B+/C-
Mulan 1998 B-/B+/D
Mulan: SE 1998 B+/B+/A-
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World 1998 B+/A-/D+
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride 1998 A/A-/D
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (Special Edition) 1998 A/A-/C
A Bug's Life 1998 A+/A/C-
A Bug's Life [Blu-Ray] 1998 A+/A/A
A Bug's Life: 2003 Collector's Edition 1998 A+/A/A
A Bug's Life: Collector's Edition 1998 A+/A/A+
Tarzan 1999 A/B/C-
Tarzan: Special Edition 1999 A/A-/A
Tarzan: Special Edition (2005) 1999 A/A-/C+
Toy Story 2 1999 A+/A/C-
Toy Story 2 [Blu-Ray] 1999 A+/A+/A
Toy Story 2: Special Edition 1999 A+/A+/A
Toy Story & 2: The Ultimate Toy Box 1999 A+/A/A+
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas 1999 A-/B+/D
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving 1999 C/C/D-
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving - 10th Anniversary Gift Set 1999 C/C/C-
Fantasia 2000 2000 A/A/A-
The Fantasia Anthology 2000 A-/A-/A+
The Tigger Movie 2000 A/B+/D+
The Tigger Movie: 10th Anniversary Edition 2000 B+/B+/C
An Extremely Goofy Movie 2000 A-/B+/D+
Dinosaur 2000 A+/A-/A
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins 2000 B/B/D
The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea 2000 A-/B+/C-
The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea - Special Edition 2000 B+/B/C-
The Emperor's New Groove 2000 A/A-/A-
The Emperor's New Groove: The New Groove Edition 2000 A/A-/B-
Recess: School's Out 2001 B+/B+/C
Lady And The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure 2001 A/B+/B+
Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (Limited Edition) 2001 A/B+/B+
Atlantis: The Lost Empire 2001 A/A/A+
The Book of Pooh 2001 B/B/C
Mickey's Magical Christmas 2001 B/C+/C
Mickey's Magical Christmas (2009 Reissue) 2001 B/C+/C
Recess Christmas 2001 C+/B/D
Monsters, Inc. 2001 A+/A/A+
Monsters, Inc. [Blu-Ray] 2001 A+/A/A+
American Legends 2002 B-/C+/D-
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True 2002 B+/B-/D
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Special Edition) 2002 B+/B-/D
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 2002 B/B+/D
Peter Pan II: Return to Neverland 2002 A/B+/D
Peter Pan II: Return to Neverland (Pixie-Powered Edition) 2002 B-/B+/D
Lilo & Stitch 2002 B-/A-/B-
Lilo & Stitch: Big Wave Edition 2002 B-/A-/A+
Tarzan & Jane 2002 A-/B-/D-
Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh and Spookable Pooh 2002 D+/C/D
Mickey's House of Villains 2002 B/C+/D-
Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year 2002 A-/C/D
Treasure Planet 2002 A/A-/B+
101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure 2003 C+/B/C-
101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (Special Edition) 2003 C+/B/C-
Atlantis: Milo's Return 2003 B+/B+/D
Brother Bear 2003 A-/B+/B+
Finding Nemo 2003 A+/A-/B+
The Jungle Book 2 2003 B+/B/D+
The Jungle Book 2: Special Edition 2003 B+/B/D+
Piglet's Big Movie 2003 A/B/D
Stitch!: The Movie 2003 B/B/D
Home On The Range 2004 B+/B-/B
The Incredibles 2004 A+/A/A+
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas 2004 A-/B/C-
The Lion King 1 1/2 2004 A-/B/C+
Teacher's Pet 2004 A/B+/C
Three Musketeers, The 2004 A-/B/C
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo 2004 A/C+/D+
Chicken Little 2005 B+/B+/C-
Disneyland Secrets, Stories, And Magic 2005 C/C/A
Kronk's New Groove 2005 A-/B/D+
Lilo And Stitch II: Stitch Has A Glitch 2005 A-/B+/D
Mulan II 2005 A-/B/C-
Pooh's Heffalump Movie 2005 B+/B-/D
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie 2005 B+/B/D+
Tarzan II 2005 A-/B/C-
Valiant 2005 A/B+/D
Walt Disney's Timeless Tales: Volume I 2005 B/B-/D-
Walt Disney's Timeless Tales: Volume II 2005 C+/C+/D-
Bambi II 2006 B+/B+/D+
Brother Bear 2 2006 B+/B+/D+
Cars 2006 A+/A-/C+
Eight Below 2006 B/B+/B
The Fox And The Hound 2 2006 A/B+/D+
Leroy & Stitch 2006 A-/B+/C-
The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause 2006 B/B/B-
The Shaggy Dog (2006) 2006 B-/B/C+
Walt Disney's Funny Factory With Mickey: Volume I 2006 B-/B-/D-
Walt Disney's Timeless Tales: Volume III 2006 B-/B-/D-
The Wild 2006 A-/B+/D+
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time 2007 A-/B+/D
Enchanted 2007 B/A-/C+
Meet The Robinsons 2007 B+/B+/B
Pixar Short Films Collection: Volume I 2007 A-/B/B
Ratatouille 2007 A+/B+/C
Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2008 B-/B/B-
Bolt: Deluxe Edition 2008 B+/A-/C+
Mulan Movie Collection: Collector's Set 2008 B+/B+/A-
WALL*E: Special Edition 2008 A+/A-/A
Walt Disney Animation Collection: Volume I - Mickey And The Beanstalk 2008 D+/D+/D-
G-Force [Blu-Ray] 2009 A/B+/B+
Princess And The Frog [Blu-Ray], The 2009 A/B+/B
Up [Blu-Ray] 2009 A+/A-/B+
Alice In Wonderland [Blu-Ray] (2010) 2010 B+/A-/C+
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