Lion King Jr. Presented by Children’s Musical Theaterworks

by Destiney Warren

Everyone loves Lion King. I mean it has everything: romance, adventure, plots against kings, and even a little family drama, all while being a cute Disney movie the whole family can enjoy. Children’s Musical Theaterworks takes Disney’s Lion King Jr and presents a musical that everyone can enjoy as well—whether you have a kid in the cast or not. My boyfriend and I didn’t know anyone in the show, and we still had a great night.

The Good Dinosaur: Movie Review

by Sheryl Wall

The Good Dinosaur is the newest Disney/Pixar film. It is about an Apatosaurus dinosaur named Arlo who is afraid of everything and he wants to make his mark on the world like his brother and sister have. However, he finds it difficult to overcome his fears.

Inside Out: Movie Review

by Sheryl Wall

Inside Out is an animated Disney/Pixar film about a young girl, Riley, and how she and her family had to move from Minnesota because her dad got a job in San Francisco. Riley is a happy girl who loved her life in Minnesota but the move changes that because she misses her old home and friends.

Tomorrowland: Movie Review

by Sheryl Wall

Tomorrowland begins in 1964 with a child named Frank who brings his new invention, a jet pack, to show off at the World's Fair. Unfortunately for Frank, the judge, David Nix (Hugh Laurie from House), is not at all impressed with the invention. However, a young girl named Athena finds interest in Frank and gives him a pin. She whispers to him to follow her and the judge on It's a Small World, where the pin takes him through a secret passage that leads to another world, Tomorrowland. This changes Frank's life forever.

Big Hero 6: Movie Review

by Sheryl Wall

Big Hero Six is an animated film by Disney about Hiro and his friends. It starts out with 14-year-old robotics prodigy, Hiro, at the robot fights with his small robot. He is a genius boy who spends his time obsessed with the fights. However, his big brother, Tadashi convinces him to give up the robot fights and begin college.

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: Movie Review

by Sheryl Wall

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is a Disney film based on the Children's book by Judith Viorist. It is about an 11-year-old boy, Alexander, and his family, and about how Alexander is tired of being the only one in his family that has such horrible days when his family seems to always have such perfect days with nothing to complain about. The Morning of his twelfth Birthday he wished on a candle in the sundae he made himself before the rest of the family was up. He wished that they would know what it felt like to have a Terrible, Horrible no good, very bad day.