Tom and Jerry is a cartoon that dates all the way back to the 1940s. Despite that it has aged like fine wine with the two title characters’ wanton destruction and comedic timing. Their slapstick routines practically defined cartoon violence. This is a cartoon beloved not only by children across generations but also by directors … Continue reading Tom and Jerry: What makes the cartoon so timeless?
After Walt Disney passed away, the studio found itself in its Bronze Age. The movies just took longer and longer to make and for audiences back when these films came out, if the film wasn’t huge it really didn’t sit all that well with audiences. And sadly none of the films during this period hit … Continue reading Top 5 Disney Movies of the Bronze Age
Simmons: At some point, sir, your heart will just stop beating. Beware: Spoilers may follow. As of today Netflix has cancelled all of Marvel’s TV shows with Jessica Jones and the Punisher set to receive the axe. The only Marvel TV show left now is Agents of Shield, which has been renewed for two more … Continue reading A Look back on Agents of Shield Season 5 Episode 11: The Real Deal
After Bambi, Disney switched to doing package films for the next eight years before starting a whole new wave of films in 1950 starting with Cinderella, thus kicking off the Silver Age of Disney. While none of the films of this era hit the marks of the Golden Age, there were many solid classics to … Continue reading Top 5 Movies of Disney’s Silver Age
We all remember Rugrats for its various adventures shown through the eyes of the baby protagonists. Despite starring babies, the show covered timeless topics like Chanukah, Passover, the death of a mother, and the changing of families. Some fans didn’t warm up to certain decisions of the show such as the additions of Kimi and … Continue reading A Look Back on the Rugrats spin-off, Preschool Daze
Captain Barnes: I trusted you! But you broke my heart. Beware: Spoilers may follow. From the day Gotham started we were introduced to Ed Nygma, the man who would eventually become the Riddler. Throughout the first two seasons we saw Ed’s journey as an awkward forensic scientist speaking in riddles when conveying information but he … Continue reading A Look Back on Gotham Season 2 Episode 15: Mad Grey Dawn.
The Golden Age of Disney is what made Disney the major animated movie force it is today. Even though there were only five movies during the period, as the old saying goes, “quality over quantity” and these were some high quality movies with concepts that served as the bedrock for many aspects of future Disney … Continue reading Disney Movies of the Golden Age ranked.
Beware: Spoilers may follow. Since it was announced, the live-action Kim Possible received a lot of scrutiny by many long time fans of the show. Things didn’t get much better when the trailers and sneak peeks came out as it looked more like a bad spoof. Now that the movie has come out, would fans … Continue reading Kim Possible (2019) Review