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)”

Review of “Encanto” (2021)

The film begins when Mirabel was a little kid. Her grandmother tells her about her tragic past of losing her husband and finding an enchanted candle, which created the magical house their family resides in. The door that provides special gifts for each family member appears and Mirabel approaches it. The title sequence appears andContinue reading “Review of “Encanto” (2021)”

Remember This Review of “Coco” (2017)

A young Mexican boy, named Miguel, narrates the history of his family, who absolutely hates music to the point where it’s banned. They even yell at people who play music near them. Miguel, however, loves music, defying his family’s rules against it. They practice shoe-polishing. One time, Miguel pretends to follow along, but really wantsContinue reading “Remember This Review of “Coco” (2017)”

Review of “Jimmy’s Neutron’s ‘Attack of the Twonkies’” TV Special (2005)

Jimmy is presenting a holographic model of the planet, Twonkus-3’s orbit around the sun, yet fails to please his classmates. Shortly after, Principal Willoughby announces the grand opening of a library. He even wrote a song for the Lindbergh Elementary School chorus to sing when that time comes. Later, Jimmy visits Twonkus-3 and gathers someContinue reading “Review of “Jimmy’s Neutron’s ‘Attack of the Twonkies’” TV Special (2005)”

Review of Disney Pixar’s “Soul” (2020)

Joe Gardner is conducting his middle school band class, when he is offered a full-time position with lots of benefits. However, Joe isn’t interested in that. Shortly after, he is given the opportunity to perform in a jazz show with celebrity Dorthea Williams. He gets super-excited as he walks down the streets of New YorkContinue reading “Review of Disney Pixar’s “Soul” (2020)”

Review of “Monsters Inc.” (2001)

The film begins with the sounds of a child and parents saying, “Good night” to each other – only for it to be a stimulator. The monster performing the scare fails due to leaving the door open. Henry Waternoose, a high authority staff member, considers James Sullivan (or Sully) to find a solution for theContinue reading “Review of “Monsters Inc.” (2001)”

How My Views On Each “Shrek” Movie Stand Out From the Crowd

The “Shrek” films have played a huge part in my childhood. I remember seeing the first (then the only one) movie in the front row at a cinema near me when I was 7. When the sequel came out, it didn’t please me at first. However, over time, I gained interest in it. Then cameContinue reading “How My Views On Each “Shrek” Movie Stand Out From the Crowd”

The Strengths of “Shrek the Third”

When it comes to the “Shrek” movies, many people rank them as followed: The first one – good The sequel – the best The third – the worst The fourth – underrated, a little better than the third, or also not so great I, however, stand out, considering the third “Shrek” film to be theContinue reading “The Strengths of “Shrek the Third””

Review of “Luca” (2021)

Luca, a young sea monster boy, swims around, looking for goatfish off the coast of Portorosso, a town in Italy. His parents won’t allow him near the surface as they deem humans as perilous. One day, Luca befriends another boy and sea monster named Alberto. Alberto teaches Luca to walk, ride a bike, and other activitiesContinue reading “Review of “Luca” (2021)”