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)”
From the trailer, I could easily see that it was going to differ a lot from the cartoon. Be aware, though, that there will be some minor revelations. So, if you don’t want to know, I’d suggest you see the movie first. But if you do, or you already saw the film, proceed. Anyway, letContinue reading “You Ain’t Never Read a Critique Like This… For Disney’s “Aladdin” Live-Action Remake (2019)”
The story starts off with a princess named Giselle who longs to meet her prince, which is a usual fairytale. However, the evil sorceress and queen, called Narissa, forces Giselle into a place where there are no happily-ever-afters. That is real-life New York City. Giselle looks for help, and is found by a man namedContinue reading “That’s How You Know This “Enchanted” (2007) Critique Will Teach You My Thoughts on it”
One thing I noticed about the “Harry Potter” series is that wizards and witches don’t seem as concerned about safety as muggles do. It is constantly said that Hogwarts is one of the safest wizarding schools in the world.
Steve Carrell has had amazing roles in some great movies. He has acted in “The 40-year-old Virgin” and “Sleepover.” He has also starred in this movie, “Evan Almighty.” The movie centers on a man named Evan and his family, who move to D.C. He gets a job at a government office when animals start comingContinue reading “Behold… It’s “Evan Almighty”-2007 Movie Review”
One of the earliest movies to be rated PG-13, this story follows a young man, named Seymour, who is trying to please his boss with a plant business. One plant becomes incredibly popular and then gruesome.
I have been a huge fan of the “Night at the Museum” franchise since the first film was released in 2006. Also, as great of a film this is, as well as the first two, this was also Robin Williams’s last movie before he died. Anyway, let’s get to the review. The movie starts withContinue reading “An Adventure Awaits with My Review of “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” (2014)”
Despite not watching the TV show as a child and not hearing about it till many years later, I saw this film with a bunch of friends and ended up liking it. It starts with what probably was the opening to the TV program and introduced the latest Mr. Rogers, played by Tom Hanks. Mr.Continue reading “It was “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” and Won’t You Please Read My Review for this Movie (2019)?”
Young Christopher Robin is spending the last moments with Pooh and friends. The animals even throw him a goodbye party before he goes off to boarding school. Thirty years go by to the point that Christopher Robin is now an adult trying to get something done for his job. His wife, Evelyn, points out thatContinue reading “Check Out this Review of “Christopher Robin” (2018)”
The items at the Museum of Natural History in NYC are being packed away to the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. Meanwhile, night guard, Larry Daley, is promoting something to a live audience. Not long after, though, Larry is whisked away to Washington D.C. for the museum figures. The enchanted tablet brings the things in theContinue reading “I’m Going to Review “Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian” from 2009 Right… Now!”