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Blu-ray Review: Disney Returns to Nature with Hit ‘Chimpanzee’

Chimpanzee

CHICAGO – “Chimpanzee” is a good-natured, fun movie for the entire family, especially the young ones interested in primates. Every year on Earth Day for the last four years, the DisneyNature brand of the Mouse House has been releasing a G-rated documentary, starting with the most-successful “Earth” in 2009.

Blu-Ray Review: Disney Nature’s ‘Oceans,’ ‘The Crimson Wing’

Oceans

CHICAGO – Nature films used to be much more common in the days before basic cable. Believe it or not young ones, there was a time before the interwebs and Discover Health when you couldn’t see nature at work outside of museums or a trip to the Antarctic. Rebooting the genre has been a remarkably profitable endeavor for Disney Nature as 2009’s “Earth” made $107 million worldwide and 2010’s “Oceans,” recently released on Blu-ray and DVD followed with $68 million.

2010 Walt Disney Pictures Preview: ‘Toy Story 3,’ ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ ‘Prince of Persia’

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CHICAGO – Walt Disney Pictures has released a slate of images from their 2010 films including “Alice in Wonderland,” “Prince of Persia,” “Toy Story 3,” “The Last Song,” “Tron: Legacy,” “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” “Oceans,” “When in Rome,” and “Step Up 3D”.

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