Flashback Review: Madagascar

After “Shrek 2” & “Shark Tale” were released in 2004, DreamWorks Animation worked on their next project about four pampered zoo animals, a self-absorbed lion, a zebra with an existential crisis, a sassy hippo and a neurotic giraffe who are inadvertently stranded on an island, are forced to survive the wilderness. Along the way, they […]

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Raya And The Last Dragon

“Raya and the Last Dragon” was released in 2021 along with “Luca” & “Encanto.” It received positive reviews from critics and movie goers alike. All three are nominated for “Best Animated Film” at the 94th Academy Awards. Before the upcoming awards ceremony airs on March 27, 2022, I wanna share my thoughts on Raya and […]

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Home Sweet Home Alone

“Home Sweet Home Alone” is streaming on Disney Plus. It received negative reviews from critics, families and streamers alike. When I first heard Disney Plus is making a follow up to “Home Alone” without Macaulay Culkin, I had a bad feeling this is gonna suck pee pee. As a film critic, I can’t be reluctant, […]

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The Christmas Chronicles

“The Christmas Chronicles’ officially streamed in 2018 (same year Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse came out) exclusively on Netflix. It received mixed reviews from critics and streamers alike. Two Years Later, a sequel streamed. Christmas Month is ongoing. I’ve selected the aforementioned movie to get into the holiday spirit. Today’s review contains no SPOILERS. Keep in […]

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Flashback Review: The Lion King (1994)

After “Aladdin” came out in 1992 alongside Quentin Tarantino’s film debut “Reservoir Dogs,” Disney worked on their next big project. That’s right, the big one that arguably defines “The Disney Renaissance” is none other than “The Lion King.” Dating back to 1988, The Lion King was actually in development. At the time, Disney made a […]

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Flashback Review: So Weird: Season 1

Greetings fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s review is an underrated series titled, “So Weird” that used to air on Disney Channel back when they didn’t make horrendous shows like “Hannah Montana” or anything related to production company, It’s A Laugh Productions. The is basically a kids version of “The X-Files” focusing on […]

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Flashback Review: The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

After “Pocahontas” came out in 1995 alongside “A Goofy Movie” & “Toy Story,” Disney immediately commenced development on their next project titled, “The Hunchback Of Notre.” An adaptation of Victor Hugo’s novel, the company challenge themselves to adapt a novel with dark material containing controversial themes like racism, religion and sadism. They also added original […]

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Flashback Review: The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie

In 1999, “SpongeBob SquarePants” officially aired on Nickelodeon. Created by the late Stephen Hillenburg, the show is about a cheerful workaholic sponge going on misadventures working at The Krusty Krab, going jellyfishing, hanging out with his best friend Patrick Star, pestering his neighbor/co-worker Squidward and prevent Plankton from stealing Mr. Krabs’ krabby patty secret formula. […]

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Flashback Review: Matilda

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the globe. Let’s rewind the clock back to the year 1996. Bill Clinton was president. Nintendo 64 was released alongside “Super Mario 64” paved the wave of three-dimensional gameplay forever influencing the video game industry. Sony released the first installment of “Crash Bandicoot.” Famous people such as Anya […]

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Code Lyoko: Season 3

After Code Lyoko’s second season aired in 2005, a follow up immediately began development. Code Lyoko’s third season aired in 2006 (same year Happy Feet came out) on Cartoon Network as part of its former block, “Miguzi.” Like its predecessors, Season 3 earned positive reviews from critics and viewers alike. Code Lyoko’s final fourth season […]

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Flashback Review: Corpse Bride

Based on a 19th Century Russian-Jewish folklore, Tim Burton simultaneously worked on “Corpse Bride” & “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory” with his best friend Johnny Depp & then wife Helena Bonham Carter. Corpse Bride’s premise is about a groom who accidentally summons the titular character under the impression she’s married. Corpse Bride was released in […]

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Flashback Review: The Nightmare Before Christmas

1993 was a big year in The Entertainment Industry. “Jurassic Park” raised the bar pioneering Computer Generated Imaginary, Steven Spielberg won his first “Best Director” & “Best Picture” awards for “Schindler’s List,” Tom Hanks won his first “Best Actor” award for his performance in “Philadelphia,” cartoons such as “Animaniacs” and “Beavis & Butthead” became big […]

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Flashback Review: Code Lyoko: Season 2

After Code Lyoko’s first season aired in 2004, a second season commenced immediately. Code Lyoko’s second season aired in 2005. (same year Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Wererabbit came out) The second season earned positive reactions from critics and viewers alike. The show spawned two more seasons and a lackluster sequel series, “Code […]

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