Ever since I first saw the trailer for Over the Moon, I wanted to watch it. It looked so bright, colorful, interesting, and emotional. And it was nice to see that it was also going to take advantage of the opportunity to use Chinese culture rather than just having it act as a backdrop. And… Continue reading An American movie with a Chinese twist: Over the Moon is beautiful
“Animal Crackers” is Racist Poorly-Written Trash
Why did I waste nearly two hours of my life on this movie? I knew it wasn’t going to be good. I knew it was going to be full of clichés and plot contrivances. But I had hoped that maybe this movie would have some spectacular element, that I would appreciate a single part of… Continue reading “Animal Crackers” is Racist Poorly-Written Trash
Studio Ponoc’s “Modest Heroes” is modest and mediocre in its presentation.
Studio Ponoc’s “Modest Heroes,” wasn’t something I was particularly intrigued by but I figured it might have an interesting segment. Each of the film’s three shorts focuses on different characters and has a distinct art style -the only thing that connects the stories is the theme of heroism and bravery.
Leap! fails to reach any kind of great height
I wanted to review something good this week. Entertaining. Thought-provoking. Unique. Then executive dysfunction and quarantine exhaustion set in - I had Cutthroat Kitchen on as background all week because it didn’t require focus and the days just seemed to fly by. I would sit down with my laptop and book of crossword puzzles, and… Continue reading Leap! fails to reach any kind of great height
10 cartoons to bing during your Coronavirus quarantine
And so, I have come to realize that being stuck in my apartment and the surrounding area for the foreseeable future is a kind of special ironic Hell. I want fresh air and social interaction so much, but I don’t want to get or transmit the Coronavirus. I’m not an outdoorsy person. I’m not an… Continue reading 10 cartoons to bing during your Coronavirus quarantine