Classic, Dreamworks, Film

“The Prince of Egypt” is (still) the epitome of animated films

(This review was originally posted on April 1, 2018. It has been slightly updated) It’s 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 humor we can muster. Which is a lot. I have seriously been considering getting some lamb’s… Continue reading “The Prince of Egypt” is (still) the epitome of animated films

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