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Squirrel Boy (2006)
It was actually pretty good.
The stories are creative, the gags are often funny and the characters are fun to watch. The animation's bright and colorful. The characters are funny though Lulu, Andy's friend's sister is not only annoying in how she wants to play with Rodney all the time much like Elmyra Duff but also has a weird design. Thankfully she's only a minor character. One episode I thought was funny was when Andy suffers an allergic reaction which causes him to inflate like a balloon. Rodney has to go to the store in order to get him an oil that'll reverse the effects. That proves to be easier said than done as he proceeds to wreck havoc across the store.
People seem split on this show. I thought it was interesting and if you're interested I suggest you check it out.
Justice League (2001)
One of the greatest cartoons ever made
This's a great update of the Justice League. The animation's great, the stories are interesting and the characters are well developed and interesting to watch. They have great chemistry and when they interact with each other it's believable. I feel like the fight scenes are cool to watch though they can get a little repetitive (The hero fights a villian(s), gets defeated then has a rematch where they triumph afterwards). They may get injured a few times but still manage to get back up and continue fighting. The animation still holds up today. Sometimes the characters seem a little stiff when they talk or emote but the backgrounds and colors still look good and are cool to watch.
As serious as the show was there was a balance between drama, action and even comedy and I think it's done well. One joke I still remember is when the Flash brags about being the fastest man on earth which causes Hawkgirl to quip that's why "he can't get a date". One episode I found really enjoyable was the episode where the Joker (Mark Hamill) took over the TV network and was holding the city hostage with various bombs hidden around the area. In addition to taking place on real time it also pokes fun a TV show cliches such as soap operas and how dramatic they are. Justice League is a great show that both kids and adults will enjoy. If you're a DC fan you'll definitely enjoy this. Fly in and see for yourself.
Ong-bak 3 (2010)
The weakest of the trilogy
The first 2 were great! They had a great story, action, and acting. The third one doesn't at all. The story lags on, the characters are uninteresting and there's very little action and when it's there it's mostly boring. What else can I say that hasn't been already said? I'd say stick with the first 2 as they were the best of the trilogy. You can leave this one in the dust.
Ong Bak 2 (2008)
A great sequel
A great follow-up to an already great action movie. This's basically a prequel that takes place in 15th century Thailand. Tony Jaa once again plays the lead role Tien. A defiant slave who gets taken under the wing of a bandit leader named Chernang (Sorapong Chatree) after realizing he has potential to be a martial arts master. He trains Tien for the most of his life until he becomes a young adult. Once he finally comes of age he sets out on a quest to get revenge on the slave traders. This's when things get awesome.
The action's amazing. It's rough, fact-paced and well choreographed. The story's simple and easy to follow. I feel like it lags on from time to time but it's also well-paced. One scene I thought was funny is when he toys with this one guy at a market by dancing before disappearing. The acting's good in my opinion. You really feel the pain and determination Tien has to go through in the course of the movie for revenge. It shows the toll it takes on him and the consequences both good and bad. If you like the first one then you'll definitely like the sequel. I'd suggest you stick with the first 2, the 3rd one's not that good.
Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves! (1997)
It was meh
I remember the trailer for this every time I watched Toy Story and as someone who never really cared for the trilogy I thought this was ok. It's harmless fun. The characters are kind've bland but still fun to watch. In an interesting twist the adults themselves get shrunk and they have to find a way to reverse the effect. While that's going on their kids thinking their parents are gone decide to throw a house party. This leads to them trashing the house and inviting rowdy boys who try to take over the party.
There's not much to say other than it recycles the same elements from the first two. The characters befriend a bug and learn not to judge a book by its cover. Another lesson that I thought was nice was when one of the guys try to kiss one of the girls which leads her to stand up for herself saying she's not like other girls. I thought that was powerful. Aside from that it was meh. The effects are laughably dated but still cool to watch. If you like the first 2 then you'll enjoy this one just fine.
Tom Sawyer (2000)
It's pretty good
This's a pretty good kids movie. For the most part it's faithful to the book in terms of story and characterization. I notice it cut a few scenes probably due to the content which can be a little annoying. The characters are fun to watch. It's all worth it to see Tom get into trouble, hang out with Huck, try to impress Becky Thatcher and/or go on an adventure. My only gripe are some of the voices such as Tom and Huck are voiced by country stars which can be really distracting as they don't sound like kids at all. It's also weird when they start to sing. Speaking of which the songs are ok. Some of them are good while others are forgettable. The animation is great for its time. It's fluid bright and colorful. It looks like a water painting that came to life. I don't have much to say other than check it out if you have kids or are a fan of the books. Hop in and go on an adventure.
Class of 3000 (2006)
A pretty interesting show
I remember watching this as a kid and I have to say it's pretty good. It's cool to hear the various forms of music as well as see the characters in very bizarre scenarios and how they react. Andre 3000 voices Sunny Bridges, a music teacher who works at a school in Atlanta. He teaches kids from various backgrounds who then go on several misadventures. It's an interesting cartoon. I thought the animation was interesting, the characters were quirky and cool and the stories were interesting. If you can I highly recommend you check this show out.
Chicken Run (2000)
Clever and Imaginative
As someone who grew up with this I have to say it's has aged pretty well. It's clever, witty and fun to watch over and over again. Basically a parody of the movie The Great Escape but with chickens led by a hen named Ginger (Julia Sawalha) trying to escape a farm owned by a cruel couple called the Tweedy's. Things may finally look up for them when they help a rooster recover named Rocky (Mel Gibson) who tries to teach them how to fly. They'll have to come up with a plan fast before the Tweedy's turn them into pies.
The animation is awesome. It's fluid and fun to look at. The characters are interesting and really work well off each other. Each character brigs something new to the table in terms of a plan and or a joke. The writing is clever. It's witty and fast paced. Don't blink as you may just miss something. If you like claymation and clever stories than I highly recommend you check this movie out. Fly in and see for yourself.
Inspector Gadget 2 (2003)
Though it follows the show more than the first one it's still pretty bad. It has what you'd expect in a bad kids movie. The acting's over-the-top, the effects are pretty bad and the jokes are mostly lame. The story's simply what you'd expect: Inspector Gadget (French Stewart) has to stop Dr. Claw (Tony Martin) from putting his usual nefarious plan to action. In this case getting revenge on Gadget for putting him in prison and ruining his business as well. While doing so he also has to earn the trust of the police department after an incident as well as his replacement G2 (Elaine Hendrix) who's created to be a much better crime fighter than he is.
While doing so he gets unwanted help by his spunky niece Penny (Caitlin Wachs) who basically does all of the hard work and is actually more competent than him. Like I said though this's better than the first one in terms of following the source material it's still pretty bad. While there're a few laughs here and there it mostly falls flat. Most of the acting is awkward and ridiculous. Almost everyone except for Dr. Claw acts stiff. The effects are laughably bad. It's all cheap CGI and it doesn't look good. There's a scene where G2 wraps Gadget with her rope during a demonstration and it looks so unconvincing. Fans of the first one will probably be confused with the sequel and fans of the show will notice a few things but it's still not like the show. If you have little kids and are a fan of the show then you can go ahead and check it out. Everyone else go-go-gadget don't.
It may not be a classic but it's still enjoyable. As far as crossovers go this one's ok. It's interesting to see how the Cat and the Grinch react to each other. The animation's pretty good and the voice acting is solid. There's not much to say other than if you're curious go ahead and check it out.
One of the greatest action movies
This was well choreographed, written and acted. Tony Jaa is great as the main character Ting. Ting is a martial artist who goes on a journey to retrieve a statue stolen from his village by thugs. Along the way he takes Humlae and his friend Muay Lek where they have to deal with thugs who will stop at nothing to sell that statue.
What makes this movie great are the fight scenes. They're well choreographed and they use little to no effects which makes it even more interesting. The actors are great as well. They have good chemistry and when they say a line it sounds believable. The story's simple and easy to follow. I can't say enough other than this's a great action film that i'd recommend to anyone. Whether you like foreign films or not you'll definitely like this movie. Hop in and check it out.
This's an interesting movie to watch. The customers and puppets really feel alive especially when they're interacting with the main lead Sara (Jennifer Connelly). You see she's on a quest to save her younger brother after he gets kidnapped by Jareth the Goblin King (David Bowie). In addition to navigating through the land she befriends a few of the inhabitants who tag along with her.
She meets the grumpy dwarf named Hoggle (Brian Wilson) and gentle giant named Ludo, a fox named Sir Didymus and his dog Ambrosius. The sets look amazing. You really feel like you're there. This world is both fascinating and terrifying like ours. The acting's well done though I noticed some of the dialogue comes off as clunky. Bowie steals the show. He has an interesting presence each time he appears. The jokes are mostly funny. The scene where the firebirds are dancing was cool and hilarious.
It's a shame this didn't receive the acclaim it has now because this's very underrated. If you like Jim Henson I highly recommend you watch this movie. It'll be the journey of a lifetime.
Night of the Living Carrots (2011)
It was pretty funny
It's a shame Susan doesn't appear but BOB is fine. He's the main character who has to save his friends and the neighborhood from undead carrots who zombify their victims. There're some funny moments like when Dr. Cockroach discovers BOB's immune from the carrots and tells him he has to eat them in order to save his friends. This leads to a hilarious scene where he proceeds to eat all of the carrots including one that pretends to eat a chocolate bar he saved. What more can I say? The animation's fine, the jokes are funny and the characters are fun to watch. As a short film it was fine. I'd say check it out.
I grew up watching this and I have to say it still holds up well. The stories are creative, it's usually an invention Jimmy creates that later causes more problems than it initially solves the animation's pretty good given the budget and the main characters have well-defined personalities which makes them entertaining to watch especially when they show signs of development in the later seasons. Basically the premise is about the title character (Debi Derryberry) who navigates life with his friends and inventions. While trying to make things better with his inventions he ends up causing even more trouble that he has to fix.
Helping him are his friends the neurotic Carl Wheezer (Rob Paulson) and the hyperactive Sheen (Jeffrey Garcia). He also his to deal with his rival from school Cindy Vortex (Candi Milo) who sometimes sabotages his inventions. As the series progresses he also has to deal with various antagonists such as aliens from different planets who either want to enslave earth or get revenge on Jimmy for foiling their schemes. I don't have much else to say other than if you like wacky adventures and witty jokes than you'll like this.
The Fairly OddParents (2001)
Great until the end
When it first came out it was great. There was so much creativity. It was amazing how many possibilities there were with each episode. Timmy Turner (Tara Strong) was a likable protagonist. It was understandable what he was going through even when it was selfish. After getting humiliated by his abusive babysitter Vicky behind his parents back he becomes a fairy godson to a fairy couple Cosmo and Wanda. With magic at his disposal he uses it to make his life better with unexpected disastrous results. In addition to having to fix things he also learns a lesson at the end.
The animation was great. It was bright and colorful but could also be dark and dramatic when it needed to be. The characters are likable and fun to watch. It's fun to see Cosmo's antics as well as Timmy's idiot parents. Many of them have an interesting yet simple design. Even the antagonists are ones you'll love to hate. The jokes are mostly funny. One joke I thought was funny was when Cosmo turns into a woodpecker and even lets out a laugh after getting hurt. One episode I like is the chocolate episode where everything is sugary. It shows how something may be sweet at first yet the more you think about it the more you realize how bad it actually is.
The big problem are the later seasons. When they introduced Poof it took me some time to warm up to him but he was a nice addition. Adding new characters is very risky and more often than not it suffers from "Cousin Oliver Syndrome". That's where Chloe and Sparky come into play. They just don't work. Sparky's too annoying and Chloe's not the worst but she completely changed the dynamic of the show negatively. You see she has to share Cosmo and Wanda with Timmy as part of a new rule from Fairy World. Her backstory's sad but I couldn't really get into it. I'd say watch the first seasons and skip the ones with Sparky and Chloe. This's a good example of a show that started great but went on for too long because of the studio. It's also funny to think that this was cancelled several times before finally being cancelled 2 years ago. For what it's worth it was a good show until the last few seasons.
It's Tough to Be a Bug (1998)
If you like A Bug's Life and or 4D shows than you'll enjoy this. Basically the premise is Flick educating the public on bugs and how tough it is hence the name. Not only is it cool but it's also educational. One thing I find bizarre is that Hopper (Kevin Spacey) appears towards the end before being defeated once more. Apparently he survived being eaten by birds. Hopefully he won't this time. It's Tough to Be a Bug is enjoyable to both kids and adults. Next time you go to Animal Kingdom I highly recommend you check it out.
Fine for what it is
There's not much to say other than it's fine for what it is. It may not be a classic but kids will enjoy it just fine. As the name suggest it's an obvious parody of The Fast and the Furious. As usual Tom and Jerry tear everything up besides each other but this time they destroy their house in the process forcing them to join a race in order to win a new one. In addition to competing against each other they also have to deal with their wacky competitors from a mad scientist and crazy elder woman accompanied by her equally nuts dog to a calm soccer mom. If that's not enough they have to traverse through various race tracks from different parts of the world.
The animation's bright and colorful and it really updates the look and feel of the characters and scenery. It also helps with the slapstick gags. Particularly the beginning when Tom and Jerry do their usual shtick. The characters are funny and while some of cliched they do have fun with them. One character I thought was really funny was Grammy (Charlie Adler) as well as Gorthan (Tom Kenny) who's intimidating yet has a nasal voice. The driving scenes are awesome! It's cool to see the racers swerve and use their gadgets to either get out of trouble or try to off road their opponents.
In conclusion the movies' fine. I grew up watching it and I think it's entertaining still. Kids will like it while adults may only tolerate it. Rev up your engine and hop on in.
Wonder Woman (2017)
One of DC's greatest movies!
I thought this was a really great movie! Most people seem to like it though there're some that hate it for some reason. The story's pretty simple: Diana Prince AKA Wonder Woman wants to help people in WW1 thinking it's that simple. As the story progresses it becomes more and more complicated. The characters are interesting. Diana (Gal Gadot) is the typical do-gooder with a strong sense of justice, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) is more than a love interest. He can hold his own when the situation arises. The villains are threatening but they're also a little over the top. When it's revealed who the real villain is I thought the twist was well pulled off.
The action's awesome, the scene where Wonder Woman fights her way through the trench was cool and the final battle between her and Ares was emotional. It starts off hopeless but in the end Wonder Woman comes out triumphant. I also think the dialogue is well written. It covered issues that we still deal with today such as sexism and morality. I highly recommend this to anyone whether you're a fan or not. Swing in and experience the action.
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001)
I grew up watching this along with the show and I still think it hold up well. The animation's still good, the characters are fun to watch and have well developed personalities and the story's been done before but with a decent spin as well as a good message at the end. After everyone's parents get taken, Jimmy (Debi Derryberry) and his friends celebrate only to realize they miss them.
This leads to them traveling in space to retrieve them. The jokes are funny. There's a scene where Jimmy's friend Carl (Rob Paulson) gets caught in a tree after landing Jimmy's rocket forcing Jimmy's dog Godard to help him by snipping the branches around him off as well as his pants. What also makes it funny is that they end up going to school afterwards.
Stuff like that makes it a good kids movie. With that being said check it out.
My Life as a Teenage Robot (2003)
Fun to watch
I didn't see this often but when I did I liked it. The animation has a 50's futuristic style which matches with the theme of robots and other advanced machines being integrated into human life. In this case one named Jenny is trying to fit in with her peers in high school. If that's not enough she has to save the world on a regular basis. While this may sound recycled the show does a lot with it.
My favorite episode is the one where Jenny and her friends have to stop a smart rat and his pack from attacking her creator and mom. This leads to some hilarious jokes. The characters are likable and fun to watch as well as relatable. The stories are interesting and have a decent balance of action, drama and comedy. This's one of Nicktoons' best cartoons. Such a shame it was canceled early because it could've went on longer.
With that being said i'd say fly in and check it out.
Fun and Creative
I grew up watching this and I have to say I f you haven't seen this show I highly recommend you check it out. It's cool to watch. The characters are likable (even the selfish Snap at times), the animation's cool and creative and the stories are pretty interesting. It's really cool seeing how Rudy (E.G. Daily) gets out of tight spots using his magic chalk. Bottom line, ChalkZone is a fun and creative show. Kids and even adults will like it for its unique style and format.
It may not've been awful but it was really bizarre. The characters look like a science experiment gone wrong, the jokes were sometimes funny but for the most part were very miss. I didn't hate it but I didn't care much for it. The animation was nice though the humor was gross and could be off putting. A lot of people grew up liking this which's fine, i'm not one of them. If you're curious you can check it out but if not you're not missing anything.
It's a shame this ride was removed because I only got to ride it once and I have to say it was fun. It was a replacement for the previous ride, The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera which also seemed like an interesting ride though it's a little strange that Hanna-Barbera characters would be in a Universal Park though I digress. Basically the plot centers on you riding a rocket with Jimmy Nuetron (Debi Derryberry) and Carl Weezer (Rob Paulson) in order to retrieve a new rocket Jimmy built that was stolen by his enemy's brother Ooblar. This leads them to cross over to several Nick shows both old and new.
This concept's been done before but to be fair they do something new with it. All in all it's still a fun ride. If you can find it on Youtube i'd say check it out though nothing compares to riding it. Gotta Blast!
Shrek the Third (2007)
It's still pretty funny
It may not be as good as the first 2 but it still gets some good laughs. The story's still pretty good though it seems to lack the charm and wit of the first 2. Shrek (Mike Myers) has to find a successor to the throne after the king dies a funny yet tasteless death. If that's not enough he also begins to wonder how he'll be as a father after finding out Fiona (Cameron Diaz) is pregnant. After a bit of a rough journey he discovers Arthur (Justin Timberlake) whom he tricks into coming with him. Arthur's a pretty interesting character. I thought he was funny but he also had heart. When there was a dramatic scene it felt genuine.
As this's happening Prince Charming (Rupert Everett) plots his revenge against Shrek and rallies the villains to side with him. This leads to a creative and hilarious fight scene. Most of the jokes are funny though there're a few duds. When Fiona and her fellow princess decide to fight back it's funny. I like how each princess helps out in escaping. Moments like those are funny but the scene where Shrek has a nightmare about being a father starts out funny but the scene where he gets puked on is enough to turn anyone away. If you like the first 2 then you'll probably like this just fine.
The Pig Who Cried Werewolf (2011)
A simple premise that's done pretty well. The twist is pretty interesting on the usual werewolf transformation and it's done in a funny way. It's also a nod to the Alfred Hitchcock movie Vertigo in terms of the "Spying on the neighbor" motif. In fact that's what got one of the pigs in the hospital which puts him at odds when he tries to warn his two brothers. If you like short films then you'll definitely enjoy this because it's pretty entertaining.