Review of “Freaky Friday” (2003 film)

Tess Coleman wakes up her daughter, Anna. After Anna is dropped off at school, trouble begins. From criticizing her English teacher’s baldness to purposely hitting another girl with a volleyball in gym class, Anna lands in detention.  That puts her in hot water when she gets home. Her bedroom door is removed as her punishment,Continue reading “Review of “Freaky Friday” (2003 film)”

This is the Suite Evaluation of Zack and Cody

Two twin boys named Zack and Cody live in a hotel with their single (or widowed or divorced) mom. They do fun things together, along with two older girls named London, who is wealthy, and Maddie, who is smart. They make viewers laugh (and maybe cry) throughout their humor, actions, and more.

Hookin’ Up My Evaluation of “My Life as a Teenage Robot”

The show, “My Life as a Teenage Robot”, was one of my favorites as a child. It focused on a teenage girl robot named Jenny Wakeman (or XJ9, as her mom often called her) who had to balance her normal teenage life with fighting crime and danger. Sound similar to “Kim Possible”, except that the protagonist is a robot?

I’m Spelling Out This Evaluation of “Hocus Pocus” (1993)

There are so many aspects of this film that stand out to me. It begins where a boy named Thackary is looking for his younger sister, Emily. He finds her being cursed by three witches, Winifred, Mary, and Sarah. They turn Thackary into an immortal black cat, but are then executed by the community shortly after. Three hundred years have passed (which surprised me) and the focus is now on a teenage boy, named Max, in his history class at school. The Halloween adventure begins.

The Words Will Speak… For “Grease” Evaluation (1978 film)

More than 40 years have passed since this movie has been released. It follows an Australian girl, Sandy, who is in love with a Brooklyn boy, Danny, and the love triangle Sandy goes through with Danny and another guy. Other characters, such as the girls who call themselves the pink ladies and the guys whoContinue reading “The Words Will Speak… For “Grease” Evaluation (1978 film)”

Review of “A Horse to Love” by Marsha Hubler

Thirteen-year-old Skye Nicholson is in court for something. She is assigned to a foster mother named Mrs. Chambers, who makes Skye do farm work, go to church, and has many rules about her home facilities. On the bright side, Skye develops a passion for this horse called Champ.

Countdown… 3… 2… 1… Happy Top “Drake and Josh” Moments!

When I was a child, I watched a lot of Nickelodeon. While I enjoyed cartoons like “The Fairly Odd Parents”, “Jimmy Neutron”, and many more, I also watched the live-action shows. However, it was not until I was about twelve or so that I started viewing the live-action programs. My favorite one of those showsContinue reading “Countdown… 3… 2… 1… Happy Top “Drake and Josh” Moments!”

Kim Possible: “Call Me, Beep Me, and Evaluate Me”

Kim was a great character. She served as a secret agent while balancing her normal teenage life. I also found her wardrobe interesting. She often wore tops that no real school would allow. Well, it’s a cartoon.

7 is a Magic Number in “Harry Potter” and I Have 7 Unique Questions About it

I am not making up the fact that the number 7 plays an important part in the “Harry Potter” series. People have said it many times. There are 7 books in the main series, 7 Weasley siblings, 7 years at Hogwarts, 7 players per Quidditch team, and 7 horcruxes.

I’m Gonna Evaluate, Cause it’s “Danny Phantom”

Ah, “Danny Phantom”—one of those amazing cartoons for people who grew up in the 00’s, like me. Created by Butch Hartman after “The Fairly Odd Parents”, the premise focuses on a 14-year-old boy named Danny. He has two ghost-hunting parents who have a special machine with a portal. Danny has done something that altered hisContinue reading “I’m Gonna Evaluate, Cause it’s “Danny Phantom””