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Tag: Animation Review
“The Bob’s Burgers Movie” Review: A Comfort Eat in Film Form
Usually - TV series that make it to the big screen do so for an epic adventure. That isn’t the case with The Bob’s Burgers Movie. And that's okay.
The Bad Guys – Film Review
Dreamworks’ The Bad Guys was exactly what I needed. This goofy film is full of creative animation, hilarious jokes, and homages to the heist movie genre.
“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
Generic but cute, ‘Children of Kamiari Month’ is a trope-filled story about grief
Why do so many anime movies always seem to have to deal with grief? I Want to Eat Your Pancreas, Ride Your Wave, Josee, the Tiger and the Fish, BELLE…Those are the ones just from the top of my head It’s something that’s bothered me a little - but it wasn’t until I watched Children… Continue reading Generic but cute, ‘Children of Kamiari Month’ is a trope-filled story about grief
“Kid Cosmic” Season 3 shows what cartoons are capable of.
Hot Damn. I cannot believe it’s only been a year since Season 1 of Kid Cosmic was released and it’s already over. 3 seasons doesn’t feel like quite enough - while at the same time, it’s clear Craig McCracken told the story he wanted to tell. And this final season, despite its short length (only… Continue reading “Kid Cosmic” Season 3 shows what cartoons are capable of.