( Passover is this week, which means it's time for the annual 'Prince of Egypt' post.This review was originally posted on April 1, 2018. It has been slightly updated) It’s almost Passover. And we’re (still) dealing with a plague. Believe me, when I say, we are dealing with it with the utmost amount of ironic… Continue reading “The Prince of Egypt” is (still) the epitome of animated films
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.
Belle So - technically, this movie was released last year. But it’s not coming out in American theaters until next week. Am I going to risk going to theaters in the middle of a seemingly never pandemic to watch an anime film? Considering it got a 14-minute standing ovation after its world premiere at the… Continue reading Animated Films I’m Looking Forward to in 2022
Okay, this review is finally done. Now, my computer is mostly fixed except there’s now another different problem, the pandemic is still happening, the protests are still peaceful - we’re finally making some headway (on things that should have happened long ago but progress is progress) - and Trump is spreading some weird propaganda...so things… Continue reading “Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts” has a mega awesome second season.
This review was originally posted on January 28, 2018. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie was probably the best superhero film of 2017. And for damn good reason. It’s an adaptation that holds true to the spirit of its source material and finding a way to work well in a new format. If you’re a… Continue reading 100% cotton underwear makes for a near 100% film in Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie.
(This review was originally posted on April 1, 2018.) It’s Passover. And we’re dealing with a plague. Believe me when I say, we are dealing with it with the utmost amount of ironic humor we can muster. Which is a lot. I have seriously been considering getting some lamb’s blood to paint over my posts… Continue reading “The Prince of Egypt” is the epitome of animated films