Transformers (1986)

Toys in the 1980’s were a fad during the decade. A toy company called “Hasbro” created & acquired a couple of franchises from other toy companies such as Transformers, G.I. Joe, My Little Pony, Furby, Mr. Potato Head. Board Games like Battleship, Hungry Hungry Hippos, Candyland, etc. Due to massive sales from the specific products, […]

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Flashback Review: Rugrats In Paris

After the commercial success of The Rugrats Movie, a follow up is set after the introduction of Tommy’s brother Dil. This time Tommy’s best friend Chuckie, is designated as the main protagonist of the sequel. The premise is about Stu Pickles (Tommy’s father) is contacted by a businesswoman name Coco Lebouche, (voiced by Susan Sarandon) […]

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The Lego Batman Movie

In the golden age of comics, two men, named Bob Kane and Bill Finger came up with their own comic book series inspired by Dracula, Zorro, and The Shadow as a response to Superman’s growing popularity, they wrote Detective Comics # 27 featuring a man dressed as a bat who fights crime at night under […]

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The Lego Movie

In a time when major motion pictures try to produce entertainment based on books, franchises, video games, and the one related to this article, is the toyline. Before I talk about what’s good about The Lego Movie, let’s start with the history of the film adaptations related to toys based on properties. The first ever […]

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