“Harry Potter” Mystery: Do Wizards Care About Cleanliness or Sanitation?

While many “Harry Potter” fans point out how wizards don’t always care about safety, despite the characters claiming so, few have noticed the seemingly little care involved with cleanliness and sanitation too.

The Strengths of “Shrek the Third”

When it comes to the “Shrek” movies, many people rank them as followed: The first one – good The sequel – the best The third – the worst The fourth – underrated, a little better than the third, or also not so great I, however, stand out, considering the third “Shrek” film to be theContinue reading “The Strengths of “Shrek the Third””

Review of “Luca” (2021)

Luca, a young sea monster boy, swims around, looking for goatfish off the coast of Portorosso, a town in Italy. His parents won’t allow him near the surface as they deem humans as perilous. One day, Luca befriends another boy and sea monster named Alberto. Alberto teaches Luca to walk, ride a bike, and other activitiesContinue reading “Review of “Luca” (2021)”

Review of “Raya and the Last Dragon” (2021)

Raya narrates how dragons used to roam the lands nearby hundreds of years ago, until some dark magic force, called the Druun, took over and turned anyone it touched into stone. When the humans thawed, they all fought for a powerful gem that Sisu, the last living dragon preserved her magic into.

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)”

Review of Book, “Just Add Magic” by Cindy Callaghan

Three 12-year-old girls named Kelly Quinn (the main character), Darbie O’Brien, and Hannah Hernandez, find an old cookbook in the Quinn family’s attic. It happens to be a magical kind with interesting recipes full of surprises. The girls then form their own secret cooking club with their own special password.

Review of YouTube’s “The Crayon Song Gets Ruined”

Created by YouTube Channel, called Studio C, a bunch of people dressed as crayons perform a number, where each individual names different things based on his or her assigned color. However, the guy dressed as the black crayon ruins each person’s turn.

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.

PowerPuff Girls Theory: Was Their US History Different from Ours?

Anyone who grew up in the 90’s or 00’s might have remembered a show on Cartoon Network called “The PowerPuff Girls”. I was especially a huge fan of that show in 2nd grade. But that’s another story. Anyway, those who watched the show all know the premise. Professor Utunium mixed three ingredients (sugar, spice, and everythingContinue reading “PowerPuff Girls Theory: Was Their US History Different from Ours?”