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Anime Movie Review: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

Time waits for no one. – Yasutaka Tsutsui

If you were given a chance to travel through time, either go back to the past or discover what lies ahead in the future, what will you do?

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Ethel & Ernest

Now here’s a real charmer for you. By turns sweet, sad and funny, the animated film Ethel & Ernest will steal your heart.

I looked for this recently-made animated film at the local theatres, but didn’t spot it playing anywhere. 242 more words

GOC’s Superman Week: A Countdown of the Best Multimedia Interpretations of Superman

Superman is history’s first superhero, and thus he has been portrayed in the media numerous times, so doing a list on the best of them might prove to be more than just a “tad difficult.” However, in honour of Superman’s 80 years, I tried to make a compelling list to share with you my favorite Superman interpretations over the years. 3,059 more words


Jeff York reviews "Isle of Dogs" on The Establishing Shot

Wes Anderson has earned quite a reputation over the last 24 years for making films packed with whimsy, eccentricity, and gentle humor. He is a very funny filmmaker indeed, and yet if you look closer at his past eight movies, you will see work tinged with melancholy and malice. 112 more words


Stubby, an American Hero

The other day, I watched the movie ‘Stubby, An American Hero’. I must say that although I was hesitant to watch it in the beginning, for good reasons, I came out of the theater a very content viewer. 61 more words

The Secret Life of Pets (2016) Review

The 2016 animated feature film The Secret Life of Pets was a rather successful picture when it hit the box office. The movie grossed several hundred million dollars more than the figure it cost to produce it. 426 more words

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Review of Mary and the Witch's Flower

Studio Ponoc (heir to Studio Ghibli) has adapted Mary Stewart’s 1971 children’s book The Little Broomstick as its debut animated feature, with the title Mary and the Witch’s Flower… 750 more words

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