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A Look at Disney: Villains Profile: Te Kā

 

 

Hello & welcome back to A Look at Disney and today, we conclude this year’s Halloween Villains Profile event as we look at a character from the newest Disney film as we look at Te Kā from Moana.  And well,  I find myself in interesting predicament as  Te Kā  is not your typical Disney villain.  As this is not who she truly is.   As Te Kā is  the destructive form of Te Fiti and she became this way after her heart was stolen by Maui.

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A Look at Disney: A Good Deal More Lego & Disney

 

 

Hello & welcome back to A Look at Disney. And well, this article was coming as I’d been building up to it.  It’s time for another Lego & Disney article.  With that out of the way, let’s begin.  And we will start with a Lego set that I’ve covered before.
 

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MADPlay: “Minecraft”

Madhog and Devar waffle incoherently through various topics of discussion as they play around with virtual LEGO blocks.

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CineVlog – Moana

Disney’s latest hit about a Polynesian princess and her on the seas adventure gets a look at. Does this please the fox?

 

Moana Movie Review

 

 

A review of the latest Disney animation, Moana.

Starring Auli’i Cravalho and Dwayne Johnson.

Directed by John Musker and Ron Clements

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Rob Watches Moana

Movie Curiosities: Moana

I remember when the Disney execs thought that nobody would go see an animated movie with a supposedly feminine title. Because who in the preteen male demographic would care about princesses, right? So it was that Rapunzel was renamed Tangled and The Snow Queen was renamed Frozen, and both were given virtually nothing in terms of promotion. In spite of this self-sabotage, Tangled has steadily grown in popularity and Frozen was an instant world-conquering smash. After so many billions of dollars and a couple of Oscars won, it seems that Disney Animation has finally — FINALLY — gotten the hint that we really do want to see empowered female protagonists in our movies.

Given this history, it’s kind of a big deal that Disney Animation released Moana, a movie named after its female lead. And in keeping with Disney Animation’s recent winning streak, it’s quite a good (albeit flawed) picture. Read more