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The voice of Moana comes to Singapore!

Disney's new animated feature Moana, about a 16-year-old princess embracing her seafaring ancestry to save her people, opens in Singapore in two weeks. And the voice of...

Pete’s Dragon review: A 70s Disney classic reimagined

With her immense knowledge of the woods, forest ranger Grace Meacham (Bryce Dallas Howard) doesn't believe her father's (Robert Redford) stories about a mysterious...

The BFG review: Shining, shimmering, splendid

If you were a child some time in the last 20 years, you probably grew up reading Roald Dahl's books. Dahl was a master...

Finding Dory review: Heartwarming fun for all

More than a decade after we first met clownfish dad Marlin (Albert Brooks) and precocious son Nemo (Hayden Rolence), we catch up with the Finding...

Fans petition to bring George Lucas back to Star Wars

Clearly, not everyone is keen on the direction the new Star Wars trilogy seems to be taking. A petition on Change.org, directed towards Disney and...

Disney CEO confirms fifth Indiana Jones film

Happy new year, folks! It looks like we'll be getting another edition of the bullwhip-wielding archaeologist made famous by Harrison Ford. Disney CEO Bob Iger...

The Force is strong with this one: Star Wars trumps Jurassic...

The First Order has done it! Despite openining in winter, the latest instalment of Star Wars, The Force Awakens, has upstaged the prehistoric behemoths of...

The Good Dinosaur review: Tissues required

Since his birth, Arlo the Apatosaurus (Raymond Ochoa) has always been different from his family.  In place of the bravery he should possess, he...

Inside Out review: Beware ninjas cutting onions

Before we get started, I need to put this out there: I imagine that during the conceptualisation for every Pixar movie, there's a huge...

Star Wars Rebels: Bringing a new hope to the next generation

The original Star Wars trilogy debuted at a time when most of us at Geek Crusade weren't even around. It captured the imagination of...