Wish Review: A Charming, If Flawed, Ode To Disney’s Past


Over the course of its 100 years as a studio, Disney has perfected its typical formula of impressive animation, imaginative stories, and addictive soundtracks. In recent years, the studio has come under closer scrutiny for its overreliance on known properties and a turn towards live-action over animation, but that hasn’t stopped Disney from producing a movie at least partially geared towards celebrating its enduring legacy. Wish, the new animated effort from directors Chris Buck (Frozen, Frozen 2) and Fawn Veerasunthorn, acts as both an homage to the company and a new original story, though the success of the latter isn’t quite as strong as the former. At the same time, it’s hard not to be charmed by the magic on display here.

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