Movie Review: Toy Story 4 🎡

Pixar movies truly know how to tug your heartstrings.

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Tom Hanks voices Woody (left) and Tony Hale voices Forky (right). CREDIT: Pixar

This post for Toy Story 4 contains spoilers.

Set nine years after the previous Toy Story movie, Toy Story 4 (2019, directed by Josh Cooley) passes the baton on to its new toy owner Bonnie (Madeleine McGraw) and takes audiences on a nostalgic adventure.

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Trailer Reaction: Frozen II 🥶

Frozen II shows Elsa and gang take on a giant enemy.

I’m so excited to watch Frozen II (2019, directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee) in cinemas, especially since I missed out on the opportunity to watch the first one on the big screen in 2013.

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Movie Review: Aladdin (2019) 🧞‍♂️🐒

The live-action remake of Aladdin truly shines on its own.

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Naomi Scott (left) and Mena Massoud (right) star in Disney’s live-action Aladdin. CREDIT: Walt Disney Studios

This post for Aladdin (2019) is spoiler-free.

Many people were sceptical when Disney first announced that they were remaking one of their most popular animated movies into a live-action story—but this new version of Aladdin (2019, directed by Guy Ritchie) is a true spectacle that certainly pays homage to the original, with lots of magical moments recreated once again on the big screen.

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Trailer Reaction: Aladdin (2019) 🧞‍♂️🐒

Okay, I’m sold.

This official full length trailer of the upcoming live-action Aladdin (2019, directed by Guy Ritchie) looks promising. I’m so excited to see this magical journey unfold with the musical and dance performances that are teased in the trailer.

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Movie Review: Ralph Breaks the Internet 📡🌐

Ralph is clearly the villain of his own movie

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John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman respectively reprise their roles as Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz. CREDIT: Walt Disney Animation Studios

This post for Ralph Breaks the Internet contains spoilers.

This sequel to Wreck-It Ralph comes six years later. With the rise of technology and the digital age, Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018, directed by Rich Moore and Phil Johnston) brings the 80s arcade game for an adventure in the internet.

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