The Top 10 Things I Watched During COVID Quarantine

First, let me address the fact that I am writing this as if the mandatory COVID quarantine is now subsiding for the most part. I realize that many of you would still consider yourselves in quarantine. However, I am from Indiana, and we went into Phase 5 of reopening on July 4th. Which essentially means…

Onward

Last weekend I had the chance to see a pre-screening of Disney Pixar’s fantasy adventure, Onward. I love nearly all of Pixar’s incredible catalog of films, but there is just something about a Pixar original film that sets it apart from other studios. As the studio’s previous two films were sequels, Onward is Pixar’s first…

The Indisputable Ranking of Disney Animated Villains

This is my 100th ever article on thecinemapsycho.com, and since I recently completed the feat of watching every single movie from Walt Disney Animation Studios in the same year, I thought it would be a great opportunity to rank the villains! Ever since Disney’s first animated film was released in 1937, they have created many…

Spies in Disguise

Spies in Disguise is the latest movie by the newest Disney-owned animation studio, Blue Sky Studios. This movie pits the world’s best spy in a battle against a criminal mastermind with a twist, the spy is a pigeon. Will Smith and Tom Holland partner up in this one and lend their voices to the main characters….

Ranking Every Disney Animated Feature Film

  We have reached the end of 2019 and I am proud to say that I have accomplished the seemingly impossible. In the last 12 months, I have watched every single one of the 58 feature films created by Walt Disney Animation Studios. I have long known that I wanted to create a ranking of…

The Lion King

When The Lion King came out in 1994 it quickly took the world by storm. It was just the heartwarming story that grabbed the attention of its viewers, but also the incredibly innovative animation for the time. It blended classic hand-drawn animation with 3D animation beautifully and for that reason and others, it was extremely successful in…

Aladdin

With the original Aladdin (1992) being probably my favorite animated movie of all-time, you can imagine that I have been anticipating this movie for a while. The thing is, I really didn’t have incredibly high expectations. I was skeptical that they would be able to tell this iconic tale in the same kind of playful and fun…

WTE: Avengers Endgame

You know a big movie is coming out if I am writing a What To Expect article. Actually, it has been over two years since I last wrote one of these but it just felt necessary considering the magnitude of the impending blockbuster epic that will be Avengers: Endgame. We are approximately a month away from…

Mary Poppins Returns

I may be a little too young to be able to fully appreciate the greatness that is the original Mary Poppins from 1964. Though I have seen it, I admit it has been a long time and I probably should’ve refreshed my memory before watching Mary Poppins Returns. Regardless, when I heard Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda…

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Aaaand……exhale. I can’t begin to express to you all how thankful I am that Ralph Breaks the Internet doesn’t suck. When I saw the first trailer I immediately thought it was just going to be a pointless money grab with non-stop pop-culture references and product placement out the hundred acre wood. Turns out, only one of those things…

Christopher Robin

If you are like me, you probably grew up watching a lot of Winnie the Pooh movies. In fact, there were 17 Winnie the Pooh features released between 1996 and 2010. That happens to be pretty much the timeline of my childhood so naturally when I heard that Christopher Robin was coming out this year, I was…