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 “Space Jam: A New Legacy” (2021)

The story begins in 1998, when a teenage LeBron James plays on his Gameboy, only for his coach to make him focus on basketball, which LeBron eventually agrees to. Years later, LeBron has a family, including a 12-year-old son named Dom who yearns to pursue computer coding. He has created a video game that wasContinue reading “Review of “Space Jam: A New Legacy” (2021)”

Tick Tock on “The House with a Clock in its Walls” Review (2018)

I saw this film with some friends, not knowing what it was going to be about. In some ways, it made the movie more exciting as everything was a surprise. The film begins with 10-year-old Lewis, who was recently orphaned and is being sent to live with his uncle, Jonathan. Uncle Jonathan seems nice andContinue reading “Tick Tock on “The House with a Clock in its Walls” Review (2018)”

All I Really Want for Christmas is Family Guy’s “Road to the North Pole” – Now onto the Review (2010)

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)”

Oh, “Monsters University,” My Critique Sings for Thee (2013)

I saw the first “Monsters Inc.” film in the movie theater when it first came out in 2001. I was 20 days away from turning 8. I liked it then. And then came the prequel, “Monsters University” in 2013. With a better understanding of films and storytelling, I comprehended the story and elements. I haveContinue reading “Oh, “Monsters University,” My Critique Sings for Thee (2013)”

“ParaNorman” (2012): Must be the Time of the Critique

“ParaNorman” portrays a young boy, named Norman Babcock, who can talk to the dead. He is the only one who can see ghosts. However, others don’t understand him and they think he is crazy… except for a heavy kid named Neil, who gets excited by Norman’s special powers. But Norman is given a task toContinue reading ““ParaNorman” (2012): Must be the Time of the Critique”

Let it Go… Can’t Hold These Thoughts Anymore… For an Evaluation of Disney’s “Frozen” (2013)

Warning: Contains Spoilers*** I did not see “Frozen” in the movie theater. However, I did see it on my computer. I also saw the Broadway show, which I actually liked more. But this post is only about the movie. I am not going to include thoughts on the shorts, such as “Frozen Fever” or “Olaf’sContinue reading “Let it Go… Can’t Hold These Thoughts Anymore… For an Evaluation of Disney’s “Frozen” (2013)”