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November 28, 2013, 04:12:37 AM

Great thing about Disney musicals

Watch The Hunger Games Catching Fire Online But the great thing about Disney musicals actually isn’t the super highend songs. Sure, I love "Circle Of Life" as much as anyone else, but if you had to choose one truly remarkable standout thing about the Disney catalog, it has to be its almost absurd depth. There are Sporcle quizzes devoted to having people guess 100 classic tracks found in the company’s movies. 100! What other studio could you possibly do that with? And thanks to the upcoming Frozen, which is getting great reviews, there are likely to be at least a couple added to the treasured pile in the very near future.

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Watch Thor The Dark World Online The Taiwan-born director began his career making touching dramas in his native land, like Pushing Hands, The Wedding Banquet and the Academy Award-nominated Eat Drink Man Woman. The last of these led his first entirely English-language production, the ambitious adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Sense and Sensibility. This won plenty of Oscar attention, as well as a screenwriting award for Emma Thompson. Then Lee followed it up with a chilling family drama set in 1973 Connecticut, The Ice Storm. And in 2000 he masterfully leapt into an entirely different genre with the awe-inspiring martial arts fantasy Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. This led to him landing the showy superhero actioner Hulk, which he dizzyingly followed with the tender romance Brokeback Mountain. Then of course last year, he showed hacks what 3D could do with the breathtakingly beautiful Life of Pi.

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