We have seen some movies about characters from parallel worlds coming to our own before, but this the first one to use the classic animated fairytale world. Sure there was The Purple Rose of Cairo, back in the 80s which featured an adventurer from a 1930s movie serial, and a similar mini-series, The Tenth Kingdom, brought characters from a fairytale land to New York, as what has happened in Enchanted. Even Tin Man brought people over from Oz to collect the story’s main protagonist. Those two stories were far more serious and a bit more mature than this one. Hey, it’s a Disney family movie, and it brings the two classic Disney formulas together beautifully! Read more...(771 words, 102 images, estimated 3:05 mins reading time)
This Sailor Moon movie is kind of like Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory went haywire. I guest the children kidnappers just kicked him out of his factory. The children kidnappers want a to make a black hole to suck up planet Earth. So, I guess though they stole the Russian’s technology from the cold war, as well. The children kidnappers want to kidnap the children all the around the world so they can make their dream black hole. The leader of children kidnappers is Queen Badiane.
Queen Badiane wants to make children have a happier dreams instead letting the children have a good life. She wants to make the children go to sleep forever, so she can make her black hole. She is like Queen Beryl from the first season of Sailor Moon. She’s got that angry vampire look on her face and she is very tall. The four of her children kidnappers are Perle, Poupelin, Banane, and Orangeat. Perle is one of good guys. He didn’t want to kidnap the children. He will meet Rini later on in the movie. Rini will get kidnapped by Queen Badiance later on in the movie. He want the children to have good happy life. The other three, they take orders form Queen Badiane. Perle is always right about Sailor Moon and the others. He helps them to defeat Queen Badiane. Read more...(456 words, 65 images, estimated 1:49 mins reading time)
From the directer of Godzilla: Final Wars and producer of Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, bring you a samurai assassin movie you will enjoy. The movie is called Azumi. Azumi is young girl who is trained to be a assassin. In her beginning of the story, her mother died out in the desert. She was a little girl at the time when her mother died. There were a group of samurai who had kids that lost their family as well. The samurai raises Azumi, and all her life is her master. Azumi made friends with them. When she got older, her master want her to not be weak. The master wants Japan to be peaceful nation. So Azumi and her friends must help the master to bring Japan to peace. Could they do it? Find out when you are watching this movie. Read more...(445 words, 84 images, estimated 1:47 mins reading time)
This version of the the family film series was more enjoyable than the previous movies that were made in the early 70s. This film was shot in the Jacksonville area, so if things don’t look as Swedish as they should, it is because this is an American production. Not such a bad thing, considering the bad dubbing in the earlier movies. We have a brand new crew featuring some B-list actors that we have seen in films made in the 70s and 80s, like Private Benjamin‘s Eileen Brennan and Happy Gilmore’s Dennis Dugan.
So, it starts as we see Pippi (Tami Erin) and her father, Capt. Efraim Longstocking (John Shuck) on their ship, which is suddenly struck by a freak storm, which separates them, and Pippi finds her way home with the help of some crewmates. She sets up in the old family house, which gets the attention of the two curious children living next door, Tommy (David Seaman) and Annika (Cory Crow) Settigren. The kids think the old house next door might be haunted, but once they meet the “ghost”, she turns out to be the most fun and interesting kid they have ever come across. To Mr. Settigren (Dennis Dugan), she’s a bad influence that needs to be supervised. Mrs. Settigren (Dianne Hull) is happy that her kids are happy, and sees the great things that Pippi can do, all things considered. Read more...(580 words, 89 images, estimated 2:19 mins reading time)
Sailor Moon Super S is the fourth season of Sailor Moon. This time, the girls are fighting a new enemy. The new enemy is The Dead Moon Circus. They came to earth to find the holder of the golden mirror and find a white horse named Pegasus. The holder of the golden mirror is Rini. Rini meets Pegasus in her dreams. The leader of the Dead Moon Circus is Queen Nehellenia. Read more...(427 words, 1 image, estimated 1:42 mins reading time)