Tess Coleman wakes up her daughter, Anna. After Anna is dropped off at school, trouble begins. From criticizing her English teacher’s baldness to purposely hitting another girl with a volleyball in gym class, Anna lands in detention. That puts her in hot water when she gets home. Her bedroom door is removed as her punishment,Continue reading “Review of “Freaky Friday” (2003 film)”
A man named Dewey is performing with a rock band at a club. He jumps into the crowd, but gets hurt. After a little time has gone by, Dewey’s roommates wake him up to complain about the rent situation, which is due soon. But Dewey is defensive about it. Shortly after that, his band votesContinue reading “Let’s Get Rocking with This Review of “School of Rock” (2003)”
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”
I am a fan of “SpongeBob SquarePants”, although not a longtime one. For many years, I’ve lost interest in it, but then I got back into it. Now I play songs from the show a lot, like when I wash dishes or lift weights. Anyway, here are my favorite episodes. 6: “Employee of the Month”Continue reading “What TV Show Are These Top Episodes From? “SpongeBob SquarePants””
Two twin boys named Zack and Cody live in a hotel with their single (or widowed or divorced) mom. They do fun things together, along with two older girls named London, who is wealthy, and Maddie, who is smart. They make viewers laugh (and maybe cry) throughout their humor, actions, and more.
Unlike the canon “Harry Potter” series, “Potter Puppet Pals” used slapstick humor throughout. Some videos were live and others were animated, including the ones other people have made, using the Potter Puppet Pals scene creator (I don’t know if it exists anymore).
Ten years ago (in the movie), a young boy named Norville Rogers (a.k.a, Shaggy) walks down Los Angeles. Desperate for a friend, he meets a talking-puppy, who calls himself Scooby. A cop almost penalizes Shaggy for taking a stray dog with him… until Shaggy “reveals” Scooby’s middle name. The officer lets him go.
It all began in 2001 when a young boy genius was introduced to us and the famous line he often says will never leave our minds: “3… 2… 1… Gotta Blast!” That’s right, I’m talking about the one and only…Jimmy Neutron. The theatrical release started it all. Then came the TV show, “The Adventures ofContinue reading “Have You Noticed These Differences Between the “Jimmy Neutron” Movie and TV Series?”
As a childhood favorite, I not only learned a lot about “The Fairly OddParents”, but I also picked up many details, both as a kid and now as an adult. You probably know the premise: a young boy named Timmy Turner is miserable and has two fairies that grant him wishes. But he has toContinue reading “Holy Magic Mackerel! I’ve Noticed These Details in “The Fairly OddParents””
This is one of my favorite “Family Guy” episodes—not just their Christmas specials, but in general. I would even watch it off-season. Stewie and Brian go to the mall to see Santa (a fake one, of course). However, there is a long line. By the time it’s Stewie’s turn, the mall closes and Santa leaves.Continue reading “All I Really Want for Christmas is Family Guy’s “Road to the North Pole” – Now onto the Review (2010)”