Tags: Disney: Middle Disney

Review: Oliver & Company (1988)

C- | | -1| Kids & Up*

The last gasp of Disney Animation’s post-Walt malaise before the 1990s Disney renaissance, Oliver & Company borrows names and vague situations from Oliver Twist, but in place of Dickens’s sentiment and Victorian moralizing Oliver has only a misguided stab at “attitude.”   Read more >

Review: The Jungle Book (1967)

B+ | ***½ | +1| Kids & Up

As interpreted by Disney and director Wolfgang Reitherman, The Jungle Book is essentially a coming-of-age parable about carefree childhood and adult responsibility, embodied respectively by Mowgli’s two mentors, Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther (Sebastian Cabot).   Read more >

Review: Robin Hood (1973)

B | *** | +1| Kids & Up

Oo-de-lally! As post-Sleeping Beauty Disney animated features go, Robin Hood is a fine entry, better than The Sword in the Stone or The Fox and the Hound but not as good as The Jungle Book or The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.   Read more >

Review: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

A- | ***½ | +1| Kids & Up*

In retelling these tales, the Disney animation house inevitably, yes, Disneyfied Milne’s creations, as it did everything it touched, from the dwarfs in Snow White to the satyr in Hercules.   Read more >

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