You may not be familiar with Eric Goldberg, but you are surely familiar with his work. Goldberg is the man behind a number of Disney characters like Genie (Aladdin) and Phil (Hercules). Goldberg also added director to his resume when he co-directed Pocahontas.
One Day At Disney: Eric Goldberg, follows Goldberg around Walt Disney Animation. Along with a few pit stops around the building, you’ll get to see a few fan favorite characters come to life as Goldberg illustrates them.
The District Decision
Overall, scenes showcasing how beloved Goldberg is at Disney gives the short a few feel good moments, but I grew bored with the film quickly. The short, which is only 7 minutes long, felt a lot longer. I enjoyed the subject matter, but I thought the presentation could have been better.
Final Grade: The District Decision for One Day At Disney: Eric Goldberg is that the film is Niche with a final grade of C.
The District Decision Grading Scale: Skip It (not worth the watch), Niche (worth the watch for those interested in the topic), Background Noise (worth having on while doing other activities), Worth It (worth your time), Classic (one of the best examples of the documentary genre).