If you’re a Harry Potter fan, this may sound odd to you. And you might disagree with me. But unlike other fans, I don’t think Harry was exactly the safest with his blood relatives, especially due to how horribly they treated him. Yes, he had to live there because of the protection that would keepContinue reading “Unpopular “Harry Potter” Opinion: Harry Was Not Really Safe with the Dursleys”
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)”
The “Shrek” films have played a huge part in my childhood. I remember seeing the first (then the only one) movie in the front row at a cinema near me when I was 7. When the sequel came out, it didn’t please me at first. However, over time, I gained interest in it. Then cameContinue reading “How My Views On Each “Shrek” Movie Stand Out From the Crowd”
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””
Many people do not know that the baby in “Ice Age” has a name: Roshan. Unfortunately, Roshan receives a poor reputation from the general public.
I saw the first two “Shrek” movies and liked them. I did not see the fourth one, though. However, when I saw “Shrek the Third”, I loved it. I could watch it over and over again. The story starts with Prince Charming performing in a dinner theater. He ends up making a fool of himself to theContinue reading “In a Land Far, Far Away… Lived a Review of “Shrek the Third” (2007)”
One time, I came across an article with how to cope enjoying something most people hate or don’t like. I related so much to it, it was as if that author read my mind. He or she discussed how it could feel when you absolutely love something and look for others’ opinions, but find mostly negative reactions and how it hurts you.