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MINIONS [2015]

I live under a rather large rock. I don’t have TV reception and I am horrible with pop culture. I just follow movies, obsessively, and that has only been for the last two years. 406 more words


Why Disney needs to make more movies like Lilo and Stitch

An out of the ordinary girl is marginalized and chastised by her run-of-the-mill peers. In quest for solace, she befriends a fallen angel of sorts and persists to fight off her woes. 826 more words


Minions (Kyle Balda & Pierre Coffin, 2015)

After the surprisingly good Despicable Me and its sequel, studio execs at Universal must have rubbed their hands with glee at the thought of all the extra money they could make off some cute little yellow blobs (THINK OF THE PLUSH TOYS!) Kiddies everywhere were besotted with the Minions (and you can imagine that these young audience members will forever associate the term ‘minions’ with these animated cuties) and will be out in full force these school holidays to see more of their shenanigans on the big screen. 351 more words

Inside Out


Inside the mind of Riley Anderson live her five emotions who guide her through life. However, when Riley and her parents move to San Francisco her life is thrown into disarray, mind included. 723 more words

Inside Out: Joy of children’s film doesn’t live up to buzz

6/10 footprints


  • Unique idea
  • Cute characters
  • Good animation


  • Convoluted and over kid’s heads
  • Ho hum humour
  • Forgettable

Ever wondered what goes on in the mind of a child? 536 more words

Movie Review: When Marnie Was There

When Marnie Was There is the latest film from Studio Ghibli and — they claim — their “last.” I watched it with some friends with the English dub, which is unfortunate because I prefer to watch foreign films subtitled. 730 more words


Happy Feet: The Review

Director: George Miller
Cast: Elijah Wood, Brittany Murphy, Robin Williams, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Hugo Weaving
Plot: A penguin (Wood) is outcast from his colony for preferring dancing over the more traditional singing, sending him on a journey of discovery. 507 more words

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