Turning Red Review/Discussion: A Poorly Written Autobiography Masquerading As A Pixar Film

A 13-year-old girl named Meilin turns into a giant red panda whenever she gets too excited. … More Turning Red Review/Discussion: A Poorly Written Autobiography Masquerading As A Pixar Film

Tom & Jerry (2021) Review: A Failure To Understand Its Audience

Warner Bros. Pictures’ latest content for HBO Max, its streaming service, is baffling. With the majority of its old cartoon catalog available on the platform, the decision to create a modern-day, live-action/animated hybrid of a 1940s William Hanna and Joseph Barbera cartoon begs the question: Who is the target audience? Children? Kids won’t recognize a … More Tom & Jerry (2021) Review: A Failure To Understand Its Audience

LEGO Movie 2 The Second Part Review: Eh…It’s Okay

What Hollywood doesn’t understand is that while the film was successful, the novelty of it doesn’t exactly have a long shelf live. In 2017, I said that “You can only make so many ‘wink wink nudge nudge’ jokes before eventually, you will have no choice but to carry your own story and the plot begins to become more complicated than it needs to be”…Enter The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. … More LEGO Movie 2 The Second Part Review: Eh…It’s Okay

Digimon Adventure Tri. Chapter 5: Coexistence Review

Last year I reviewed Digimon Adventure Tri. Chapter 1: Reunion. It was the first  Digimon animated series based on the original characters in 16 years. A crisp new animation style to continue a story that fans have waited for since their teens. I really enjoyed the first chapter, but watching the next three gave me more questions than answers. … More Digimon Adventure Tri. Chapter 5: Coexistence Review