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    Zootropolis

    Standard, 3rd May 2016, teo, 1 Comment

    By this point I’m pretty sure Disney can make a thought-provoking and inspiring film in their sleep; yet I was still surprised that this bright and colourful animation still gave us adults and kids, a lot to think about our society. Early April, even with my busy schedule at the time I managed to squeeze […]

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    teaInLondon: Zootopia with a side Chai

    Standard, 8th February 2016, teo, 0 Comments

    Today felt pretty eventful to have Disney in to give a talk on their latest film Zootopia, in Europe it is called Zootropolis. You can imagine the confusion when I kept on switching between names without noticing. We had directors Byron Howard (Tangled, Bolt) and Rich Moore (Wreck-It-Ralph, The Simpsons)

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    teaInLondon: A Cuppa with Kanye

    Standard, 2nd February 2016, teo, 0 Comments

    This week has found me saying farewell to my Japanese language exchange partner Sachi, eating bacon and pancakes for the first time and discovering a pocket book of wise words from Kanye. Earlier on in the week, I had lunch at The Breakfast Club with Sachi and also chatting over

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    A Goofy Movie

    Standard, 15th October 2015, teo, 1 Comment

    Naturally when Disney were churning out 80% of animations in the 90s of course most if not all your childhood favourites would be a Disney animation studios production but I promise next week I will introduce something different. A Goofy Movie was one of my most watched and loved animations

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    Disney’s Cinderella (1950)

    Standard, 30th September 2015, teo, 0 Comments

    To start off my first Review and Previews for this next month with #ChildhoodFavourties Series. I will be reviewing the much loved Cinderella by Disney. Cinderella is an adaption of the european folk-tale Cendrillion, that is a moral tale of injustice and oppression and the result of enduring it with kindness

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