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Gruffallo

Film Rating: 8/10

Director: Jakob Schuh  and Max lang

Writer: Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

Animator: Tobias von burhersroda Max

Voices: Helana carter,james corden, Tom wilinkson, John hurt,Rob Brydon… 285 more words

Short Film

100 Word Review - Despicable M3

Despicable Me 3 is a fun 90 minute caper back in the world of Gru and his girls.

At times it feels like there is simultaneously too much and too little going on, with not enough attention given to any of the subplots; although thankfully this prevents too much screen time for the Minions. 59 more words

Films

Anastasia

This film, that reminds strongly of a Disney-film because of the style of drawing and the style of music, is really anything but a Disney-film. Despite the fact it even has two little helpers, just like Disney usually has. 456 more words

Opinion

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)

-Heavy Spoilers

In this American classic, we follow Charlie Bucket (Peter Ostrum), a poor boy from a destitute family, on an amazing adventure! Willy Wonka (Gene Wilder), world-renown chocolatier, decides to have a contest, where five lucky children around the world who find the golden ticket in one of his chocolate bars will get to visit his amazing factory! 238 more words

Featured

Akeelah and the Bee (2006)

-Brief Spoilers

In this feel-good, heart-warming family drama, we meet Akeelah Anderson (Keke Palmer), the youngest of her widowed mother’s four children. Akeelah’s older brothers are in the Air Force and running the streets (respectively) while her older sister is a teen mother. 245 more words

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The BFG - a review

This evening I sat down with my mum to watch The BFG, I’ve been interested in seeing it for a while now, all the clips I’ve seen of it have looked good, and I was pleased to find that I wasn’t disappointed. 366 more words

Blog

Disney Just Keeps Getting Better

It’s no secret that Disney includes some outdated concepts, but the studio is making great strides. Emotionally, Disney is always on point. The especially heartwarming stories are in the little sweet treats that are developed in short films. 275 more words