Review of “The Monster” (2016)

A young teen girl named Lizzy is waiting for her mom to wake up. Impatient, she opens the door to her mother’s bedroom and demands that she gets up. After getting ready, the mom, Kathy, and Lizzy, drive to see Lizzy’s dad, since it’s his turn to look after her. But on the way, theyContinue reading “Review of “The Monster” (2016)”

Review of “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” (1982)

A young boy, named Elliott, believes that an alien is somewhere out there. But his family won’t believe him. Regardless of that, he puts candy out on the floor, and the alien comes to him.  Not only does Elliott befriend the alien, E.T. (although his name gets revealed later), he also teaches him different skills.Continue reading “Review of “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” (1982)”

Review of “In the Heights” (2021)

A man named Usnavi de la Vega narrates to his four children about his life in Washington Heights, 10 years ago. The next scene cuts to different shots of New York City as well as the opening number, called “In the Heights,” followed by the title sequence. Usnavi introduces many people that he has encounteredContinue reading “Review of “In the Heights” (2021)”

The Best Lessons from the “Mary Poppins” Movies

Whether it’s the first installment from 1964, with Julie Andrews as Mary Poppins, or the sequel from 2018 with Emily Blunt as the same titular character, both films teach valuable lessons. You probably know the plots to both films. Otherwise, you can look at my reviews of 1964’s “Mary Poppins” and/or the second movie, “MaryContinue reading “The Best Lessons from the “Mary Poppins” Movies”

Evaluation of “Max Keeble’s Big Move” (2001)

Max Keeble starts his first day of middle school and joins his friends, Megan and Robert. However, the principal is a tyrant and wants to ruin things for everyone and cut budgets on important aspects of the school. Since Max’s parents tell him that they will move to Chicago at some point, he thinks heContinue reading “Evaluation of “Max Keeble’s Big Move” (2001)”

This is “The Greatest Showman” Review (2017)

The story begins with a musical number sung by P.T. Barnum, and then goes back to when he was a kid. He meets a girl named Charity, falls in love with her, and she eventually becomes his wife. Years later, P.T. and Charity have two daughters, Helen and Caroline. P.T. takes his family to aContinue reading “This is “The Greatest Showman” Review (2017)”

This is the Suite Evaluation of Zack and Cody

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.

The Best “Potter Puppet Pals” Videos

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).

I’m Spelling Out This Evaluation of “Hocus Pocus” (1993)

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.

Hey, Buddy, Check Out this Review of “Elf” (2003)

Thirty years prior to the film’s main time setting, an orphaned baby is put to bed in his crib. The infant sees Santa come down the chimney. The baby crawls into the sack while Santa is not looking. Santa returns to his workshop, only to discover the infant coming out of his sack. An elfContinue reading “Hey, Buddy, Check Out this Review of “Elf” (2003)”