This week in 1994 saw the release of two films. Wyatt Earp, the second biopic in six months about the legendary lawman best known now for the shootout at the OK Corral. Starring Kevin Costner, with a supporting cast including Michael Madsen, Tom Sizemore, Bill Pullman, Tea Leoni, Catherine O'Hara, Gene Hackman, Isabella Rosellini, JoBeth Williams, Jeff Fahey, and a physically-transformed Dennis Quaid as Doc Holliday, this epic was directed and co-written by the legendary Lawrence Kasdan. Does it hold up?
The other film released went on to become a beloved classic that cemented Disney's revival as an animation powerhouse known for regularly releasing smash success stories embraced by audiences young and old. Except for Mike, who doesn't really care for The Lion King.