One of the few Disney films to focus on religion, as well as use the word that’s the opposite of heaven and “God,” it focuses on a young man, named Quasimodo, who is responsible for ringing the bell in the tower of Notre Dame. However, due to his physical appearance, Frollo, Quasimodo’s master (who tookContinue reading “Critique of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1996)”
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)”
A strange, trumpeting sound awakens the creatures of Hundred Acre Wood… and scares them. They all run to Rabbit’s home and scream about what they’d heard. Roo, however, is excited to know about the trumpeting noise, and wants to participate in the quest to stop the source of the trumpeting – which is believed to be a heffalump.
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)”
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)”
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”
The film (based on the famous live musical) starts off with a poor milkman, named Tevye. He narrates to the audience (or breaks the fourth wall) about his life, people, their traditions, and culture. He and his wife want to marry their oldest daughter, Tzeitel, to a man named Lazar Wolf. But Tzeitel resists. She falls in love with a younger man called Motel and Tevye approves… at least for a bit.
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)”
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.
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.