Pixar’s latest film, “Turning Red,” is a giant allegory for the beauty and chaos of female adolescence. It’s early 2000s setting resonates particularly with millennial women, but its core themes are universal: puberty, parenting, and the life-altering magic of friendship.
On Nov. 12, Disney+ streaming service will release its big Christmas movie, “Home Sweet Home Alone,” a reboot of the hit “Home Alone” film franchise starting Macaulay Culkin.
Slapstick comedy has been part of movie-making since the birth of celluloid, and it reached a peak in 1990 with Macaulay Culkin’s first outing in the “Home Alone” franchise. “Home Sweet Home Alone” takes it a step further.