Disney Movie Club
In the past, my opinions have been somewhat jovial concerning the entertainments media mogul, Disney, and what they have produced over the years. Today, I have decided to set the record straight, and state categorically for the record, that this erstwhile establishment is one hundred percent 'top-wack' in my book. Hands down - no questions asked. And do you want to know why this is so? Here, take a shufty at this...

Walt Disney movies

Listen, I'm sure that we have all heard about Disney before, right? About how this humble animation and art-house studio, blossomed into becoming one of the most talked about companies in entertainments history. But why is that though? Have you ever wondered how this company did what it was able to do? No? Well, it's simple if you think about it really. They have been able to diversify over time, and broadened their reach with astute and cleaver incremental steps in the movie making business. Come, have a brief trip down memory lane with me...

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In the 30's, Disney took a Grimm fairy-tale, 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs', and sprinkled a lot of love and affection into proceedings, thus making it a land mark movie for animated cinema ever since. It became a over night smash.

Vintage Mickey Mouse
During the 40's, Disney took the basic style of their previous animated films, and then instilled their own character into it like mix, like Mickey in 'Fantasia', or Dumbo, in... err.. 'Dumbo'. This worked too.

The 50's was a wondrous time for Disney, because they opened up their very first theme park, called 'DisneyLand', as well as expanded upon their live action movies with novelized adaptions of  'Old Yeller' and '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea'. Getting better. 

Amists the 60's and the 70's, Disney changed somewhat with the evolving marketplace of commerce, mainly because it's founding father, Walter Elias Disney, died in 1966. Bad news, but with a guiding spirit.

The 80's, the 90's, and the naughty's, saw Disney hit new heights when they produced such diverse films as 'Good Morning Vietnam', 'Toy Story', and a number of Tom Hanks related films. Plus they expanded their theme parks into Europe with 'Euro Disney Paris' too. At the top of their game.

Over the last couple of years or so,  Disney has established it's official on-line movie club, disneymovieclub.go.com, which offers new members the chance to buy 4 Classic Disney DVD's for the price of $1.00. Moreover, it also has its own movie night tips section as well, for you to peruse at your leisure.

So what are you waiting for? 
Why not envelop yourself in the majesty of Disney?