December 11, 2014
Just wanted to let you know that I’ll be on vacation for the rest of the year and busy with family, so most likely, I won’t be posting again until January 2015. Maybe if something HUGE comes up, I’ll try to blog about it, but if not, see y’all in January!
Have a great holiday time!
December 10, 2014
amy poehler, animated film, animated movie, animation, bill hader, diane lane, inside out, kyle maclachlan, lewis black, mindy kaling, pete docter, phyllis smith, pixar, walt disney
The second trailer for the upcoming Pixar film, Inside Out, has debuted and I’m soooo ready for this film!
What are your thoughts? I’m loving how we see the emotions of the parents too, but if I told my parents to shut up, I wouldn’t be sent to my room; I’d be dead, lol!
November 30, 2014
animated film, animated movie, animation, anne meara, brad garrett, dane cook, danny mann, disney, disney animation, disneytoon, disneytoon studios, ed harris, erik estrada, film review, hal holbrook, jerry stiller, john ratzenberger, julie bowen, movie review, patrick warburton, planes, planes 2, planes fire & rescue, planes fire and rescue, stacy keach, teri hatcher, walt disney
In 2013, Disney released their film, Planes, theatrically. Sort of a Cars in the air, it proved to be a modest success. Disney was so sure of this happening that they even planned a release date for the sequel BEFORE the first one was even released! And it’s this sequel we’re looking at today!
November 30, 2014
animated film, animated movie, animation, benedict cumberbatch, dreamworks, dreamworks animation, john malkovich, ken jeong, madagascar, penguins of madagascar, peter stormare, the penguins of madagascar, werner herzog
Dreamworks Animation’s 3rd film of 2014, Penguins of Madagascar, opened in 2nd place in the weekend box office. Grossing a quite sub-par 5-day amount of $36 million, I wonder if the film will end up being even a minor hit.
Have you seen the film? If so, what did you think of it?
November 24, 2014
angelina jolie, aurora, disney, elle fanning, film review, imelda staunton, juno temple, maleficent, movie review, sam riley, sharlto copley, sleeping beauty, walt disney
My review of Maleficent is up and can be found here.
November 21, 2014
animated film, animated movie, animation, bonnie hunt, cars, disney, forgotten characters, john ratzenberger, minor characters, owen wilson, paul newman, pixar, tony shalhoub, walt disney
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.