WWTBAM-Animation Edition S3E2: “Shark in Your Backpack!” w/Sean Nasuti

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Season 3 of my Who Wants to Be a Millionaire-Animation Edition games continues with blogger, film critic, and former contestant, Sean Nasuti, trying his hand at the million once again! How far does he go? Watch to find out!

LINKS:

Sean’s Blog: http://www.rimoviecorner.blogspot.com
Ben’s YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZEvnPge9Hzm1U_3qzjo4Xw
Ben’s blog: http://www.animatedgalaxy.blogspot.com

DreamWorks Animation-Forgotten/Minor Characters #4: The Circus Man

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Moving along in our DreamWorks Canon, we come across the first of 3 films that they co-produced with Aardman Animations, Chicken Run. Released in 2000, the stop-motion film was a critical and commercial success and to this day, it’s the highest-grossing stop-motion film!

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WWTBAM-Animation Edition S3E1: “Because Ben Said So!” w/Milan Harrison

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Season 3 of my Who Wants to Be a Millionaire-Animation Edition games has commenced! 10 contestants trying their hand at getting to the million point question and winning a gift card from me! Our first contestant is animation lover and YouTuber, Milan Harrison. Does the first episode end with a winner? Watch to find out!

LINKS:

Milan’s YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/somedudenamedmilan
Ben’s YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZEvnPge9Hzm1U_3qzjo4Xw
Ben’s blog: http://www.animatedgalaxy.blogspot.com

WWTBAM-Animation Edition Season 3 Contestants Roster

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Hello everyone!

Well, I should be starting my 3rd season of my Who Wants to Be a Millionaire-Animation Edition games this week, so look out for the first video as well as for the forthcoming videos in the following weeks. I’ve listed the roster of the contestants below (in no particular order). Some of them are familiar faces from last season while others are new faces.

  1. Milan Harrison (http://youtube.com/somedudenamedmilan, @milan_darling)
  2. Skyler Shuler (https://disneyfilmfacts.com, @Skylerhxc, @Disneyfilmfacts)
  3. Black Critic Guy (https://www.youtube.com/blackcriticguy, @BlackCriticGuy)
  4. Stanford Clark (http://www.stanfordclark.com, @StanfordClark)
  5. AJ Howell (https://vintagevestibule.wordpress.com, @SurferJohnny25)
  6. Becky Ginther (http://www.disneyinyourday.com, @DisneyinyourDay)
  7. Sean Nasuti (http://rimoviecorner.blogspot.com, @Filmfan2013)
  8. Kajsa Forden (http://animationdalmatian.blogspot.com, @TheKajsaRain)
  9. Wes Troop (https://www.youtube.com/Wesida515, @WesAlist)
  10. Amanda Sorrento (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGN1Ycs5zeSSWz5y9mTIifw, @AmandaTheHoser)

Hope you enjoy this new season!

Comedian Don Rickles Dies at 90!

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In news that I’m personally upset over, the comedian/actor, Don Rickles, has passed away at the age of 90! Mr. Rickles (1926-2017) was famously known as an “insult comic”, although he personally didn’t agree with that labeling of his work. He would have fun with everyone and get people to laugh at themselves regardless of cultures, colors, etc. Everybody loved him as his “insults” were never mean-spirited, but always in good fun!

Some movies that he appeared in include Casino, Kelly’s Heroes, The Rat Race, and Run Silent Run Deep. He also did a few animated roles such as voicing the dragon, Cornwall, in Quest for Camelot,

He’s the one on the right.

and his iconic role as Mr. Potato Head in the Toy Story films.

I will greatly miss this man as I’m sure most others will too!

DreamWorks Animation-Forgotten/Minor Characters #3: Zaragoza

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The 3rd entry in DreamWorks Animation’s films is the 2000 film, The Road to El Dorado. I’ve already reviewed the film, so I won’t go over the plot or my thoughts on the film again. If you wanna see my review (although my feelings towards the film have become a bit more positive since that first viewing), please click here.

With that out of the way, let’s get to talking about the forgotten/minor character that I chose for this film.

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DreamWorks Animation-Forgotten/Minor Characters #2: Tzipporah’s Sisters

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Today, we take a look at DreamWorks Animation’s 1998 biblical film, The Prince of Egypt. Now, this is a film that I have never seen nor do I plan to as I have personal religious beliefs against watching movies wherein prophets and/or God are portrayed by people, be they live or via voice. But, I couldn’t skip this for my Forgotten/Minor Characters project, so my good friend AnimatedKid (animatedkid.wordpress.com), offered to write this post for me. So I hope you enjoy!

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