Getting Acquainted with “Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids”

I don’t know why, but for some reason, Fat Albert randomly popped into my head. So, I first researched the live-action movie from 2004. The reviews weren’t good, nor did the synopsis on Wikipedia sound appealing.  So, then I researched the cartoon from the 70’s. It sounded exciting as I read about it on Wikipedia. Continue reading “Getting Acquainted with “Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids”

Critique of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1996)

One of the few Disney films to focus on religion, as well as use the word that’s the opposite of heaven and “God,” it focuses on a young man, named Quasimodo, who is responsible for ringing the bell in the tower of Notre Dame. However, due to his physical appearance, Frollo, Quasimodo’s master (who tookContinue reading “Critique of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1996)”

My Favorite Animated Music Videos on YouTube

YouTube has tons of videos. Some stay forever, and others come and go, including some of my favorites. Anyway, these animated music videos have stayed for many years. I discovered them a while ago, and still enjoy them today. Let the reviews begin… 1: The Ultimate Showdown If you grew up in the 2000’s orContinue reading “My Favorite Animated Music Videos on YouTube”

Review of “The Simpsons Movie” (2007)

The film begins with a theatrical feature of “Itchy and Scratchy” (a cartoon similar to “Tom & Jerry”), and later reveals that the Simpson family is watching it.  Then the next scene cuts to the theme song, with some changes since it’s a movie and not a normal TV episode. Green Day also performs theContinue reading “Review of “The Simpsons Movie” (2007)”

The Best Morals in “South Park”

“South Park” is known for its humor and raunchy content. Some episodes have moments that go too far. However, I enjoy this show a lot. Regardless of the crazy events that happen in the series, I do notice some essential morals that it teaches audiences.  Below are the biggest ones that stand out to me.Continue reading “The Best Morals in “South Park””

The Most Memorable “Beavis and Butthead” Moments For Me

I’ve been aware of this show for many years, but didn’t start watching it until my early 20’s. After all, it was on TV in the 90’s, when I was a baby. Nevertheless, I did see some of the series. These are my favorite and most memorable moments. The time the 2 boys wouldn’t takeContinue reading “The Most Memorable “Beavis and Butthead” Moments For Me”

My Journey with “Chicken Little” (2005)

When the ads and trailers for “Chicken Little” were promoted in 2005, I remember getting excited about the film. I even announced its release on the day it came out in 7th grade math class, after the teacher proclaimed that it was the last day of the 1st quarter. Then came the moment I sawContinue reading “My Journey with “Chicken Little” (2005)”

Review of “Turning Red” (2022)

Thirteen-year-old Mei Lee talks about her amazing life while on her way to school. She is practically perfect in academics, acing every assignment and exam. She also has a great relationship with her family, including her overbearing, but caring, mother. Everything goes well… until her friends, Miriam, Priya, and Abby, have a crush on theContinue reading “Review of “Turning Red” (2022)”

“Aladdin” Mystery: How is The Genie Able to Function After 10,000 Years in a Lamp?

If you remember the scene where Aladdin rubs the lamp while trapped in the cave of wonders, the genie comes out. He announces that he has been trapped inside of it for 10,000 years. Yet, he has no trouble functioning at all. Despite that, he does use poor etiquette numerous times at the beginning ofContinue reading ““Aladdin” Mystery: How is The Genie Able to Function After 10,000 Years in a Lamp?”

Critique of “The Brave Little Toaster” (1987)

This movie focuses on appliances, who are alive when people are not around. There are a few appliances, such as the radio, a little blanket, a vacuum cleaner, a lamp stand, and of course, the toaster. They go on a quest to find their master, Robert, who was a little boy who once lived inContinue reading “Critique of “The Brave Little Toaster” (1987)”