My review of Maleficent is up and can be found here.
November 24, 2014
Uncategorized angelina jolie, aurora, disney, elle fanning, film review, imelda staunton, juno temple, maleficent, movie review, sam riley, sharlto copley, sleeping beauty, walt disney Leave a comment
November 21, 2014
Pixar-Forgotten/Minor Characters animated film, animated movie, animation, bonnie hunt, cars, disney, forgotten characters, john ratzenberger, minor characters, owen wilson, paul newman, pixar, tony shalhoub, walt disney 8 Comments
Pixar’s Cars franchise is considered to be the worst amongst Pixar’s films. And I kinda have to agree with that statement, but it’s no way to say that I don’t like the movies. They’re not bad movies; they’re just the least best of Pixar’s bunch.
November 13, 2014
My Thoughts america ferrera, animated film, animated movie, animation, cate blanchett, christopher mintz-plasse, craig ferguson, djimon hounsou, dragons, dreamworks, dreamworks animation, film review, gerard butler, how to train your dragon, how to train your dragon 2, httyd, httyd2, jay baruchel, jonah hill, kit harington, kristen wiig, movie review, t j miller, tj miller 17 Comments
When How to Train Your Dragon was released in 2014, it was a huge hit! Both critics and the hoi polloi raved over it! I considered it my favorite Dreamworks Animation film at the time (later taken over by Rise of the Guardians)! So, as you can imagine, all of us (including myself) were awaiting this second installment in the trilogy.
November 10, 2014
Uncategorized animated film, animated movie, animation, bh6, big hero 6, disney, disney animation, disney canon, genesis rodriguez, jamie chung, maya rudolph, ryan potter, t j miller, walt disney 18 Comments
Disney’s 54th film in their animated Canon, Big Hero 6, has proven to be a hero at the box office by not only topping the weekend box office, but becoming the 2nd highest opening weekend for an animated Disney film with $56 million!
Have you seen the film? How was it? How was it compared to Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, and Tangled? Let me know in the comments!
November 10, 2014
Uncategorized 20000 leagues under the sea, disney, film review, james mason, jules verne, kirk douglas, max fleischer, movie review, nautilus, paul lukas, peter lorre, richard fleischer, walt disney Leave a comment
My review of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is up and can be found here.
November 6, 2014
In news that has taken fans, the Internet, and Twitter by storm, Pixar announced that they’re making Toy Story 4 and setting it to be released in 2017. It will be directed by John Lasseter and written by Rashida Jones…interesting.
For more information, see here:
What are my thoughts on this? I, along with mostly everyone else, don’t think it’s needed as the trilogy was wrapped up so well with Toy Story 3. I see this just as a resourceful way to make money. But, on the other hand, I don’t “hate” Pixar for doing this, although I’d rather they didn’t.
What are your thoughts on this?
November 5, 2014
My Thoughts allison janney, animated film, animated movie, animation, ariel winter, dreamworks animation, film review, leslie mann, max charles, movie review, mr peabody & sherman, mr peabody and sherman, patrick warburton, rob minkoff, rocky and bullwinkle, stanley tucci, stephen colbert, ty burrell, wabac 10 Comments
As a guy who’s never watched The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show nor had much previous knowledge about who Mr. Peabody and Sherman were, I wasn’t too interested in this film when I first heard about it. But, when character art started appearing online as well as the trailer, I became intrigued by the film and was anxious to see it. It actually was on my top 5 films I was most looking forward to in 2014! So, did I end up liking this film as much as I had hoped? Short answer: Yes.