Satisfying vs. Unsatisfying Movie Endings

When people watch a movie, they not only expect a good story, but also a lot of conflict. Because every fictional work, visual or written, needs problems and obstacles, many audiences expect satisfying endings, where the protagonists achieve their goals. If they don’t, then it’s either because they realized those goals weren’t what they wanted all along or they weren’t the right kinds.

Review of “Robin Hood” (1973)

There are many adaptations of the “Robin Hood” legend. This one, however, is done with animal characters and even a rooster as the narrator. Although he is telling the story, he sometimes makes appearances in it.

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)”

“The SpongeBob Musical” and My Evaluation of It

Everything is going wonderfully… until the mayor of Bikini Bottom announces a volcano is about to erupt and demands stay-at-home orders.
Regardless of that, SpongeBob still remains highly confident that things will turn out okay.

You Better Not Pout, Cause I’m Gonna Critique “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” (1970)

Warning: Contains Spoilers*** I first saw this film last year around the holidays. I can’t remember why. But I enjoyed it both then and this year. It’s about the legend of Santa and his early life, why he does certain things, and much more. I’m not going to narrate the whole movie. But I amContinue reading “You Better Not Pout, Cause I’m Gonna Critique “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” (1970)”

Review of the Book, “Are You My Mother?” by P.D. Eastman

Warning: contains spoilers*** A mother bird is sitting on her egg and figures that her baby will need food. So, she flies away to fetch something for her young. Then the baby bird hatches and leaves the nest to find his mom. He asks different creatures and even a boat and construction machine, which heContinue reading “Review of the Book, “Are You My Mother?” by P.D. Eastman”