‘Chip ’n Dale: Rescue Rangers’ Review — The Disney machine eats its own tail

A review of the new comedy, on Disney+ now

I was a Disney Afternoon kid. Every weekday as a child, I sat down to watch my favorite two-hour block of cartoons while my mom either laughed along with me or took a much-deserved nap. I loved TaleSpin, and Adventures of the Gummi Bears, and Bonkers, DuckTales

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Interests: bad horror movies, queering mainstream films, Classic Hollywood.

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