Tom And Jerry (2021)

Tom And Jerry is currently out in theaters and available to stream on HBO Max. Originally slated for a theatrical release date on December 20th, but the ongoing COVID-19 delayed its release on February 26th. As you may know Warner Bros. (WB for short) will simultaneously release their slate of upcoming movies in theaters and […]

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Flashback Review: Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl

In 1967, a year after Walt Disney’s death or as Conspiracy Theorists claim he’s frozen in an undisclosed location, Disneyland opened a pirate themed ride called, “Pirates Of The Caribbean.” A dark ride where guests are invited to embark on a swashbuckling adventure going back in time witnessing scenes from “The Golden Age Of Piracy.” […]

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Delta Farce

After Larry The Cable Guy (one of my favorite comedians) made his film debut in “Health Inspector” and voiced Mater in the first installment of Pixar’s “Cars” series,” he reunites with his “Blue Collar Comedy Tour” pal Bill Engvall in a war comedy about a trio of moronic buddies Delta Farce was released in 2007. […]

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Flashback Review: Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector

Fresh from “Blue Collar Comedy Tour,” Larry The Cable Guy (one of my favorite stand-up comedians) earned himself a solo career performing successful stand-up comedy without his pals Jeff Foxworthy & Bill Engvall. In addition to stand-up comedy, Larry also earned an acting career as Mater from the “Cars” franchise,” “Delta Farce,” “Witness Protection” & […]

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Flashback Review: Zenon: Z3

After “Zenon: The Zequel” aired on Disney Channel in 2001 around the same year “Samurai Jack” aired on Cartoon Network, Disney Channel green-lit a third installment of the Zenon series titled, “Zenon: Z3.” Zenon: Z3 officially aired on Disney Channel in 2004. (same year Code Lyoko aired on Cartoon Network) It received negative reviews from […]

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Flashback Review: Zenon: The Zequel

After “Zenon: Girl Of The 21st Century” aired in 1999 around the same time “The Sopranos” aired on HBO. a sequel titled, “Zenon: The Zequel” (just go with it) was officially green-lit further exploring Zenon’s adventures. Zenon: The Zequel aired in 2001. (same year Samurai Jack aired on Cartoon Network) It received mixed reviews from […]

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Robin Hood (1973)

After Walt Disney died from lung cancer in 1966 or as many conspiracy theorists claim he’s freezing inside a chamber, Disney entered The 70’s without their founding father releasing four films starting with “The Aristocats,” “Robin Hood,” “The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh” & “The Rescuers.” One of the aforementioned films I’ve selected looking […]

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Tangled

In 2001, animator Glen Keane pitched an idea to adapt Rapunzel on the big screen. Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner approves, but on one condition, make it fully computer generated in order to compete with DreamWorks’ “Shrek.” Glen however, said no. He was hesitant about computer animation isn’t fluid as traditional animation. It took nearly […]

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Look Who’s Talking Too

After “Look Who’s Talking” came out in 1989 becoming an unexpected hit, a sequel titled, “Look Who’s Talking Too” was green-lit immediately in an attempt to capitalize the same success as the first Look Who’s Talking Too was released in 1990. (same year The Rescuers Down Under came out) Unlike the first movie, the sequel […]

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Look Who’s Talking

Look Who’s Talking was released in 1989. (same year Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure came out) It earned mixed reviews from critics and movie goers alike. In addition to divisive reactions, it managed to make a lot of money at the box office. Two sequels titled, “Look Who’s Talking Too” & “Look Who’s Talking Now” […]

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Grease (1978)

In 1971, the year my parents were born, a musical called “Grease” opened in theatres. Set in The 50’s, the premise is about two teens named, Danny & Sandy who instantly fell in love with each other. Sandy gives Danny some bad news she has to move back to Australia. A few months later, Danny […]

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New Year’s Eve

After the late Gary Marshall’s “Valentine’s Day” came out in 2010 earning negative reception and made money at the box office, two similar films involving an ensemble cast set in a titular holiday titled, “New Year’s Eve” & “Mother’s Day” completed a trilogy or as I call it “The Holiday Trilogy.” Has nothing to do […]

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Happiest Season

“Happiest Season” is currently streaming on Hulu alongside the “Animaniacs” revival. It received positive reviews from critics and streamers alike. Rumors speculate a sequel is in the works. Now that Christmas is right around the corner, I’ve decided to give this movie a try after watching Dan Levy’s award winning series “Schitts Creek.” This review […]

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