Next on Disney+: February 2021

Here is everything new on Disney+ in February 2021, including four new episodes of WandaVision, a new documentary from Marvel, all five seasons of The Muppet Show, both seasons of American Dragon: Jake Long, and much more.

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The 2021 Film Independent Spirit Awards Moves to the Thursday Before the Oscars

Film Independent has moved the 36th Film Independent Spirit Awards to Thursday, April 22nd in a prime-time slot on IFC. Previously, they were going to be held on Saturday, April 24th, which was one day before the Oscars ceremony on the 25th.

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Soul Review – The Magic of Finding Your Purpose Comes to Life in Pixar’s Latest

Pixar’s Soul eloquently tells a story about the soul’s purpose and the studios’ first Black lead in Jamie Foxx.

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The Cast and Crew of Josiah Talk w/Shaun Harper

Last week, I had the opportunity to watch a Q&A moderated by Shaun Harper for the short film Josiah.

Check it out.

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What to Expect from Disney’s Investor Day

With tomorrow’s Investor Day, Disney has a lot of announcements to make…but what could they be?

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Wander Darkly Review | AFI Fest 2020

Sienna Miller and Diego Luna go to therapy in this time-bending romance from the mind of writer-director Tara Miele.

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New on Disney+: December 2020

If you’re in the mood for holiday cheer, Disney+ has you covered and then some with their Disney+ December offerings.

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Luxor Review | AFI Fest 2020

Gorgeous cinematography cannot save a wandering plot.

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Sound of Metal Review | AFI Fest 2020

Darius Marder’s Sound of Metal asks the hard questions, both of Riz Ahmed’s Ruben and the viewer surrounding the culture of deafness.

My review of Sound of Metal below.

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I’m Your Woman Review | AFI Fest 2020

In Julia Hart’s crime thriller I’m Your Woman, Rachel Brosnahan makes a case for her Best Actress Oscar.

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12 Hour Shift Review

12 Hour Shift makes a strong case for B movies.

My review:

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AFI Fest: Tragic Jungle (Selva Trágica) Review

In Yulene Olaizola’s latest, she invites the viewer to look at human nature and nature itself.

My review of Tragic Jungle (Selva Trágica) here:

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