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“Green Eggs and Ham: The Second Serving” is a lukewarm second course

Sorry I’ve been AWOL for the past few weeks. I had to transfer apartments, so I didn’t have a lot of time to prepare a review. Also, I just hadn’t seen anything that was really worth commenting on - I have a ton of just half-finished shows and partially written reviews to show for it. … Continue reading “Green Eggs and Ham: The Second Serving” is a lukewarm second course

Foreign

Mary and the Witch’s Flower needed more time to truly bloom.

This review was originally posted on Jan. 21, 2018. Mild spoilers ahead. Beware. For just one night, a mysterious power is yours. What will you do? Those are the arc words of Studio Ponoc’s first movie. Mary and the Witch’s Flower, Studio Ponoc’s debut film, was...perfectly nice. The animation, character designs, backgrounds, and food were… Continue reading Mary and the Witch’s Flower needed more time to truly bloom.

Film

Spider-Man, Spider-Man does much more than any other Spider-Man can in Into the Spider-Verse

(This post contains mild spoilers. Be warned this film contains some sequences of flashing lights that could affect those with photo-sensitivity.)  So, this week was weird. Deadlines got crazy. We had to prep and send out two papers this week instead of just one. And we’re going to have do the same next week. At least… Continue reading Spider-Man, Spider-Man does much more than any other Spider-Man can in Into the Spider-Verse

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Four animated adaptations I want to see

Despite my utter exhaustion and annoyance at the sheer number of sequels, prequels, reboots, cinematic universes and adaptations in cinema and television these days, there are still a few book to animated film/series adaptations that I would like to see. I was a bit of a bookworm as a child, and there have been a… Continue reading Four animated adaptations I want to see