Long before it began releasing Marvel and Star Wars films, Disney earned its name on animated films, especially the Disney Princess formula, which included Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella, Pocahontas, and others. Despite the fact that Disney’s animated films are usually blockbuster hits with largely good critic reviews, the studio seldom develops theatrical sequels. Instead, the Mouse House has mostly released direct-to-video animated films, a segment of Hollywood that they pioneered in the early 1990s. The problem with these sorts of releases is that they might come and go with few people

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