Critique of “The Brave Little Toaster” (1987)

This movie focuses on appliances, who are alive when people are not around. There are a few appliances, such as the radio, a little blanket, a vacuum cleaner, a lamp stand, and of course, the toaster. They go on a quest to find their master, Robert, who was a little boy who once lived inContinue reading “Critique of “The Brave Little Toaster” (1987)”

Review of “Encanto” (2021)

The film begins when Mirabel was a little kid. Her grandmother tells her about her tragic past of losing her husband and finding an enchanted candle, which created the magical house their family resides in. The door that provides special gifts for each family member appears and Mirabel approaches it. The title sequence appears andContinue reading “Review of “Encanto” (2021)”

Review of “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” (2021)

Many millennia ago, Xu Wenwu came across the all-powerful 10 rings, which gives one extreme supernatural powers and even immortality.  In 1996, Wenwu entered a magical forest, where a woman named Ying Li fought against him, not wanting him near her village. However, the feud ended. Then the two fell in love, married each other,Continue reading “Review of “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” (2021)”

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)”

Review of “Sonic the Hedgehog” (2020)

The story begins ten years early, when Sonic is just a young child hedgehog. Due to the threats happening, Sonic must leave his owl guardian and travel to Earth. Years have passed, and Sonic finds ways to occupy himself. He plays games, such as baseball, with himself. However, he is sad and lonely. So, heContinue reading “Review of “Sonic the Hedgehog” (2020)”

What Can I Say, Except, “You’re Welcome” for this Wonderful Review of “Moana” (2016)

As a baby, Moana is interested in the story she is hearing in daycare about Maui stealing the heart of Te Fiti. All the other children are scared. Moana is somehow called to the ocean. But her overprotective father prohibits her to go near it. Years later, when Moana has reached her current age forContinue reading “What Can I Say, Except, “You’re Welcome” for this Wonderful Review of “Moana” (2016)”

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)”

Review of the 2011 Film, “Winnie-the-Pooh”

Pooh-Bear wakes and realizes that he is hungry for honey – only to find none in his home at all. Meanwhile, Eeyore’s tail is missing. So, each animal makes a deal that whoever finds Eeyore the best replacement for his tail wins. However, no one succeeds. And poor Pooh still struggles with his rumbling stomach.

Review of “Scoob” (2020)

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.

Feel “The Jungle Book” Rhythm: The 1967 and 2003 Cartoon Comparisons

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”