Film, Netflix

“The Willoughbys” though no masterpiece is bright, funny and entertaining

It’s good to see original animated movies or animated movies that are based on lesser known books and works. It allows for a far more lenient adaptation; the creators don’t need to worry about pissing off too many fans. I never read The Willoughbys even though I think Lois Lowry is a brilliant author. Though… Continue reading “The Willoughbys” though no masterpiece is bright, funny and entertaining

Anime, Other, Show

“Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade” is enchanting in a different way

Yeah, so this whole blogging while I have a full-time job during the day that involves a ton of writing may not be my best idea. I’ve been at this job for a total of three days, and I’m exhausted. I’m enjoying my new job, and I love my new apartment but adulting definitely isn’t… Continue reading “Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade” is enchanting in a different way

Film

Phantom Boy is a shadow of what it could be

Phantom Boy (2015)  , directed by Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain Gagnol (both of “A Cat in Paris” fame)  is one of those movies that has been on my Netflix queue for a long time that I’ve never found time to watch. I was drawn in by its animation style and the summary which promised a… Continue reading Phantom Boy is a shadow of what it could be