I saw Frozen II over the weekend and it was pretty good. Is it better than the first film, yes and it better than Wreck-It Ralph Breaks the Internet. Hell, this is one of the better Disney sequels I ever seen since Return to Neverland. The story was good, It was damn good, visuals are great, animation looks pretty amazing, and songs, they were not that great. This film feels like it was taken some bits and peaces from various anime series like some from Yu-Gi-oh! and Avatar: Last Air Bender. Elsa is the air bender and she goes in the memories of Arendelle just like Yami goes back the memories from his past from the season 5. In this……Read more
Redline – A story about the most popular racing event in the galaxy, the Redline, and the various racers who compete in it.
If you are up for a fun, fast movie with great music and non-stop action, find a way to get to some kind of online service to get this 2009 anime film about one of the biggest, dangerous, and most illegal races in the galaxy. The Redline is not too far off, but to make it there, many racers must qualify in other prelim races, and we start this story as Sweet JP is racing in the Yellowline. Sweet JP (Patrick Seitz) looks like he came right out of the 1950s with a black greaser duck tail pompadour haircut that goes on for days, jeans and leather jacket. He is going against some big competition, but the strongest rival is……Read more
Can you believe it has been sixty-seven years since this movie came out? It is is truly a classic in every way, including being on the top ten list of AFI’s best films of all time. For those of you who don’t remember being able to see this great movie from time to time on PBS or on your mother’s or grandmother’s old VHS player, you are in for a treat. A colourful, musical, literally jazzed up treat! This movie is set during the Jazz Age, and in a time when big, big changes were going on in Hollywood. That’s right, it’s 1927, and technology is about to throw a great big monkey wrench into the Silent Film industry. This……Read more
Can you believe it has been six years since Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) was accused of “going Turbo” at Litwak’s Family Fun Center? Well, now Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman) are the best of buds, and when they are not at working in their arcade games, they spend every minute together, drinking root beer at Tappers, and just goofing off in other games like TRON. Ralph loves his life, and the security of doing the same thing every day with Vanellope. Vanellope feels very different. One day, as they are goofing off in the surge protector, they watch as what might be a new game get plugged in. The new plugin is not a game, but a……Read more
It’s the mid 2010s in The Bottoms, a rough neighborhood in Inglewood, California. This story is about three of the best friends to ever come from the area. Malcolm (Shameik Moore), Diggy (Keirsey Clemons), and and Jib (Tony Revolori) are the nerdiest kids in the senior class. They are nothing like their peers, but they excel in getting things done through perseverance, connections, and technology in ways nobody would have even considered. They have a love for the 1990s, and all of the wish they were spending their teen years growing up 20 years ago. This reflects in Malcolm’s considerations for colleges, but his counselor, Mr. Bailey (Bruce Beatty) feels writing essays about the messages sent by hip hop artists……Read more