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A New Twist on an Old Tale. MLP: A New Generation – Review

To be honest, part of me thinks we didn’t need another generation of My Little Pony so soon. Friendship is Magic has just barely ended...But then again, it’s a Hasbro property. The show started out as a toy commercial - it’s still a toy commercial, but these days it’s just better written. But Friendship is… Continue reading A New Twist on an Old Tale. MLP: A New Generation – Review

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“Vivo” is forgettable fun

Ugh. I started a job at an office supply store recently, hence why there wasn’t a review last week. I’ve just been exhausted. Standing on my feet for 6+ hours a day while working the register is very much not my idea of fun or engaging jobs. Hopefully, I’ll be out before I get used… Continue reading “Vivo” is forgettable fun

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I love “Luca” and you should too

Spoilers ahead. As you know, I haven’t been a fan of a lot of Pixar’s recent stuff.  It just feels like they’ve been trying too hard, that they’ve been over-reliant on one trick: building up to that one climactic emotional moment, without regards for plot coherence, or world-building. Not to mention, a lot of their… Continue reading I love “Luca” and you should too

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“Wish Dragon” is a lovely little film.

I like being proven wrong. It means I’m learning. So I was very happy when the Chinese-American movie, Wish Dragon, turned out to be an adorable and funny movie. Not the best movie of 2021. That still goes to The Mitchells vs. The Machines for now - but it’s a nice modern-day adaptation of the… Continue reading “Wish Dragon” is a lovely little film.

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“The Mitchells Vs. The Machines” is breaking boundaries and expectations

I have been waiting ages for The Mitchells vs. The Machines to come out, so when I saw Netflix was doing a preview screening, I was all in.  And boy, was it worth it. This movie is definitely one of the best of the year. If it doesn’t win an Oscar, I’ll be severely disappointed.… Continue reading “The Mitchells Vs. The Machines” is breaking boundaries and expectations