The threesome is back!
Mickey,Donald and Goofy are back in this all new
direct to video movie that is sure to become
an instant classic.
If you liked the cartoon shorts of these threesomes from the
and 50s, You will sure to be delighted by this charming and
The animation team spared no effort to make this film as funny and heart
warming as the original animation team under the direction of
Walt Disney himself.
A treat that will be enjoyed by the whole family..
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Classic fairytale that will keep little girls hooked for hours. Brilliant.
Fabulous film recommended for all the family.
i love this movie it's filled with romance and wonderful animations.
In a 2008 review of a Haring documentary, Los Angeles Times' movie critic Kenneth Turan says Haring's lively pop sensibility, "owlish looks" and exuberant personality combined to make him, as one of his friends said, "a true phenomenon." Haring grew up in Kutztown, Pa., where he was a diligent paper boy, delivering the Reading Eagle seven days a week. He was interested in art as a boy and would draw comic strips with his father, cartoonist Allen Haring. But his destiny was bigger and much more offbeat, and by the time he moved to New York in 1978 to attend the School of Visual Arts, he was diving into the street art scene and becoming a fixture at local clubs. He was a regular at Paradise Garage, a multimedia dance club in SoHo. And, along with Madonna, the B52s, Kenny Scharf and others, he was well-known at Club 57 in New York's East Village. There, Haring put on art exhibitions and read his poetry. In "Keith Haring Journals," the artist talked about his newfound love of poetry with trademark enthusiasm and eloquence: "I have been enlightened. I have fallen into poetry and it has swallowed me up." Around this same time, he was making his mark in the world of graffiti art. In New York at the end of the '70s, there was "a band of creative people who marked out their territory around SoHo and the East Village," according to an essay for the 2005 exhibition in Milan, Italy, "The Keith Haring Show." In 1982, Haring picked up a piece of chalk and joined their ranks. As a graffiti artist, he went to the New York subways and put his stamp on the blank black advertising panels there, but he wasn't into the "culture of the tag." Haring's impulse was to bring art to the people. He's famous for his large outdoor murals, which he created in cities including Chicago and Atlanta as well as Berlin, Melbourne, Australia and Rio de Janiero. As the Encyclopedia Britannica notes, he was often assisted in these endeavors by scores of children, who shared with him his sense of play. Haring opened the Pop Shop in New York City in 1986, marketing T-shirts, pin-on buttons and original prints. As Gianni Mercurio notes in his 2005 essay, some controversy erupted over the legitimacy of this commercial operation, as well as Haring's advertisements for Absolut Vodka and designs for Swatch Watch. And yet he was beloved by the activist community and seen as consistently counter-cultural in spirit. In the course of his short life, Haring was a passionate cultural activist. Although he at one time used psychedelic drugs, he went on to try to discourage the use of crack cocaine -- he famously painted his "Crack Is Wack" mural on the handball court walls at what is now called the Crack Is Wack Playground in New York City. Haring also fought to arrest the spread of AIDS, with which he was diagnosed as an adult. As Turan says in his 2008 review: "Whereas many artists get less interesting when they become famous, Haring became more so. That's because of the sincerity and intensity of his impulse, visible in that subway work, to bring art to the people. Accessibility was a key concept for him, and whether it was opening a store called the Pop Shop in SoHo or doing elaborate drawings on give-away Tshirts, he held true to his beliefs." Haring would have been 54 today. ALSO: Saluting the rock star of opera Doodle honors a man who did not invent the zipper AP apologizes to the reporter who got fired after reporting WWII's end email@example.com Copyright Â© 2012, Los Angeles Times Email print Comments 3 Share1402 FROM AROUND THE WEB 25 Most Deceiving Exercises (They Tone More than You Think!) | Shape Magazine "Planking," Purple Drank, Smoking Smarties and Other Dangerous Teen Fads You Should Know About | iVillage Once Neuropathy Sets In, There Is No Cure--Don't Let It Happen to You! | HealthCommunities.com Are You Making These 5 Horrible Bedroom Mistakes? | MyDailyMoment 8 of the Ugliest Celebrity Feet (You Wonâ.
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this movie is cool .And fun for the hole family.
Disney's still got it!
I picked this up from the video store not expecting much, but I really
was surprised. This is sure to become an instant classic. As usual,
Disney has the characterization right-on -- Mickey's the straight,
normal guy, Goofy's the clumsy goofball who surprisingly has brief
moments of genius, and Donald's the loudmouth with a bad temper. Pete
was his usual bad self, and his scenes had me cracking up. For example,
when he's preparing for a shower at the beginning, he says to himself,
"I've been looking forward to this all month!" The songs are based on
melodies from classical music, so they're tolerable and stick in your
head afterward. Thank goodness for that, because Disney's music has
slipped down the drain in the past several years. The comedy is a
little slapstick at parts, but has the classical charm of the old
cartoons we grew up on. However, as one reviewer said, the turtle guy
at the beginning is a little boring, but the rest of the movie more
than makes up for it.
All in all, this story of three underdogs really is worth viewing. It
is excellent for kids and adults will actually be able to giggle at
some parts and enjoy it, especially since it is reminiscent of old
Disney cartoons. I was so impressed that I had my adult brothers watch
it, and they were impressed and giggled through the whole thing. This
movie is proof that Disney still has the ability to make good movies
and that Disney's original characters are still capable of starring in
their own films. Highly recommended!.