This becomes a 3-part series, but here, I will only review the first one from 2004. The story begins in the “Fairly OddParents” universe. Everyone in Mr. Crocker’s class has prepared for his or her science project – except for Timmy. Anxious about failing the upcoming science fair, Timmy wishes to enter the greatest labContinue reading “Review of “Jimmy Timmy Power Hour” (2004)”
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.
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””
Many people do not know that the baby in “Ice Age” has a name: Roshan. Unfortunately, Roshan receives a poor reputation from the general public.
There are so many aspects of this film that stand out to me. It begins where a boy named Thackary is looking for his younger sister, Emily. He finds her being cursed by three witches, Winifred, Mary, and Sarah. They turn Thackary into an immortal black cat, but are then executed by the community shortly after. Three hundred years have passed (which surprised me) and the focus is now on a teenage boy, named Max, in his history class at school. The Halloween adventure begins.
Warning: Contains spoilers*** “The Jungle Book” was the first animated Disney feature since Walt Disney had died a year before in 1966. I did not watch the recent live-action remake, so it will not be part of this comparison. I actually saw the sequel from 2003 first. I didn’t see it in the movie theater,Continue reading “Feel “The Jungle Book” Rhythm: The 1967 and 2003 Cartoon Comparisons”
I enjoyed this film as a child and re-watched it after many years. The story is about a young emperor, named Kuzco, who wants to build a summer resort for his 18th birthday. But he gets turned into a llama and ends up away from his palace. Meanwhile, his advisor, Yzma, wants to become the next ruler. There is even a funeral scene, similar to that part in “The Lion King” after Mufasa dies.
Based on C.S. Lewis’s novel, the first Narnia movie, The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, focuses on four siblings, the Pevensies. There’s Peter the oldest. Then there’s Susan, probably close to Peter’s age. There’s Edmond, who seems drawn to his father that’s fighting in the Second World War. And then there’s Lucy, the youngest and the most naïve. She is that typical little kid who annoys her older siblings.