Room 237 (2012)17K
Room 237: Directed by Rodney Ascher. With Bill Blakemore, Geoffrey Cocks, Juli Kearns, John Fell Ryan. An exploration of various interpretations of Stanley Kubrick’s horror film, The Shining (1980).
“Disney was at its best in the 90s. They came out with such great movies as Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. And then, they made bad movies like Home on the Range. Disney can make good movies, and they usually do. The Princess and the Frog is one of Disneyu0026#39;s best movies. It has a great twist on a classic story, characters that made me care, and music that had me tapping my foot and wishing I was in New Orleans. The animation is so beautiful that I literally almost cried at the beginning of the film. Dr. Faciler is probably one of Disneyu0026#39;s best villains. Keith Davidu0026#39;s voice is so creepy and fits perfect into the character. His song u0026quot;Friends on the Other Sideu0026quot; is great and shows just how scary he can be. In most Disney movies, there are usually two or three songs that really stick with you. Every song in this movie was great. I still find myself humming u0026quot;Down in New Orleansu0026quot; everywhere I go. The bottom line is that Princess and the Frog is one of Disneyu0026#39;s best and one of the best films of the year. The only question I canu0026#39;t answer is if it is better than Up. But if I have to answer, Iu0026#39;d say itu0026#39;s equal to it.”