Few things are better–whether animated or live action–than a good anthology series and while I don’t know if Love, Death + Robots will rank among the best, if the trailer is any indication, it’s off to a good start. And the pedigree behind this new upcoming Netflix series is beyond impressive. It comes from the […]
I wasn’t familiar with ‘Sparkshorts’ or ‘Kitbull‘ before now, though having seen the latter, I want more. This post started life as a reaction trailer, but since it was blocked by YouTube I’ve pivoted a bit, and pulled into the Trailer Park.
Like with Disney’s Aladdin, I don’t think I was part of the target audience for 2013’s Frozen and will likely not be part of it for the upcoming sequel. And it literally doesn’t matter because that movie earned a gazillion dollars–that’s actually $1.277 billion–and I expect the sequel to do the same. Whether or not […]
After the cancellation of Marvel’s Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Daredevil (likely soon to be followed by Marvel’s The Punisher and Jessica Jones there may have been reason to be concerned about the future of the network. And there were reasons for concern. After all, their deal with Netflix seems to be imploding, and their flagship series on ABC, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is likely […]
Pixar’s Toy Story movies have been consistently good, which is really difficult to do. Though they’re not typically movies I’m drawn to, I do understand that they’re oftentimes pretty remarkable and definitely have their audience. Toy Story 4 is the latest in the series, though having just watched the trailer…it looks fine, but hints at […]
I’ve never thought that Matt Ryan’s portrayal of John Constantine was a particularly good one, though I don’t blame him more than the casting. For a start, Constantine is the comics is physically lanky and more roguish than Ryan played him. Ryan says all the right things, but never quite does so convincingly. Then there’s […]
Remember Jim Carrey’s live action portrayal in Dr. Suess’s The Grinch That Stole Christmas (in case you don’t I’ve included the trailer. You’re welcome)? How The Grinch That Stole Christmas (2000) If there were ever characters designed to be animated, it’s Dr. Seuss’ s because his drawings, when placed in a real life context, come […]