Category: Reviews

REVIEW: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 5 “Truth”

The condescendingly titled “Truth” (which, since no big answers to anything are revealed, can only mean “We’re about to lay some truth on you”) is the episode where The Falcon and the Winter Soldier goes all-in on identity politics and makes Captain America all about race. People who want ...

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REVIEW: The Wild (2006)

When I reviewed Madagascar a few weeks back, I was reminded of a similar movie that came out about a year later. The Wild was made by C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures, a Canadian CGI animation company. C.O.R.E. provided animation for movies like Beverly Hills Chihuahua and T.V. programs like Dragon Tales a...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 7, Episode 7 “Growing Pains”

“Growing Pains” is more important than it feels. It doesn’t add much to the season’s arc, but it takes two of the main characters in the direction the show wants them to go. However, while one is generally handled well, the other is rushed and short-shrifted, feeling like an afterthought whe...

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REVIEW: Mark Twain and Me (1991)

It’s pretty rare that I find something random to watch. I tend to gravitate towards sci-fi, fantasy, or anything animated. Lately, I’ve had more free time, which has led me to watch some movies and series I otherwise probably would have skipped. A perfect example of this came the other night whe...

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REVIEW: Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (2008)

While I like Madagascar, it was never one of my favorite movies. As such, I didn’t make any significant effort to see the sequels when they came out. I saw Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa on TV a few years after it originally came out. I don’t remember a whole lot about it, but I do …...

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REVIEW: Cats Don’t Dance (1997)

In 1997, the only film ever created by Turner Feature Animation was released under Warner Bros. Animation. Cats Don’t Dance was a spectacular box office bomb and mostly flew under the radar at the time of its initial release. For that matter, the film is still relatively obscure, despite a star-st...

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