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Discussion in 'Disney Television' started by ni_teach, Nov 13, 2019.
Watching it now. Yep, cheesy.
The Biscuit Eater....the horror, the horror.
Togo...really liked it even though I needed half a box of Kleenex at the end of it.
Thought about that the other day but felt I needed something lighter.
So we watched Mulan and Pinoccio.
I think that was a wise choice...LOL! Now I want to watch Mulan again before they ruin it with the live action version of it.
By far the best of all the 3 original movies they've made so far. What a tearjerker.
Watching Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs right now.
(Silly side note:
During one of the re-releases in the 70's someone got up in the night and changed the Marquee to
"NOW SHE AND THE EVE FART")
I remember vividly my husband nearly driving off the road he was laughing so hard.
I don't know what I think of that "Timmy Failure: Mistakes were made"....I'm curious if anyone else has watched it.
Recovering from hip surgery has certainly given me opportunity to binge on Disney. Really enjoying the old Classics.
We watched Togo yesterday.
Just watched Pixar in Real Life last night. It was good for a giggle, and a happy tear for the episode with Wall-E. It's just a few episodes that are only about 15 minutes in length.
I watched the new Maleficent movie this weekend. I kinda liked it better than the first one. Has anybody else seen it?
Haven't seen that yet. Was home alone the other day and watched Bambi. Probably not a good thing to do when one is already bordering on depression. Luckily, Walt was big on happy endings.
I've also been going through the Marvel movies chronologically by when they movie takes place (not release date). I think I'm about halfway through...currently on GotG2...only 10 more to go...LOL!!
I want to watch the Star Wars movies in chronological order.
I tried doing that, but that meant I had to deal w/ JarJar Binks all over again. I had a tough time getting through that first movie.
LOL! I get that; many folks just could not stand Jar Jar. I was not one of them though. Actually, The Phantom Menace is my second favorite only to A New Hope. (I think getting to drooling over Liam Neeson made any defects worth it.)