Maleficent Love

By Kendrick Kuo on May 30, 2014

True love taught by an evil fairy godmother.

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The Lion King: Disney’s Almost Christian Tale

By Paul Miller on December 18, 2013

A messianic film?

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Mary Poppins and Saving Mr. Banks: On Loving Imperfect Fathers

By Paul Miller on December 13, 2013

What a beloved classic film and the Disneyfied history of its making can teach us about honoring imperfect fathers.

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Disney’s Frozen: A Warm Story

By Guest Contributor on November 29, 2013

This holiday season, take your kids to see a princess story that focuses less on finding Mr. Right and more on the importance of family and the value of sacrificial love.

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Bambi: The Deer King

By Paul Miller on August 30, 2013

Death, love, and parenting in Disney’s most lethal tale.

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Snow White Showing Her Age

By Paul Miller on July 15, 2013

Does the Disney classic still hold up today?

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Beauty and the Beast: A Hymn to the Cult of Love

By Paul Miller on June 10, 2013

The classic tale of women’s empowerment, Stockholm Syndrome, and the cult of romance.

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Wreck It, But Be Nice to Your Sister

By Paul Miller on April 29, 2013

Review of Wreck-It Ralph, Directed by Rich Moore Confession:  I love video games.  When I was 2, my dad bought the Apple II computer.  Some of my earliest memories are playing stone-age video games together as a family.  I remember…

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Odd Parenting in a Crooked World

By Kendrick Kuo on August 14, 2012

Review of The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Directed by Peter Hedges By KENDRICK KUO The odd life of Timothy Green is not the odd part, but rather how he is parented. Odd not in a bad way, but in…

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