“Ralph Breaks the Internet” continues the excellent storytelling and life lessons of the original

“Wreck It Ralph” is one of my favorite Disney movies of the last decade. As a lover of video games (albeit a novice and terrible player of them), it was an absolute delight and had such a strong message of friendship and acceptance that still makes me cry every time I watch it. I even dressed as Wreck It Ralph for Halloween a few years back. So when they announced a sequel was in the works, I was thrilled! And I am happy to report it is as good, if not better, than the original! Continue reading ““Ralph Breaks the Internet” continues the excellent storytelling and life lessons of the original”

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“Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald” has the magic, but lacks the polish

JK Rowling’s latest entry into her “Wizarding World” franchise hit theaters a few weeks back and immediately the reviews were mixed at best. I saw “Fantastic Beasts” upon its debut in theaters two years ago and was mildly disappointed. However, after a subsequent viewing, it has moved up to the prestigious ranking of “fine”. So going into “Crimes of Grindelwald”, my expectations were minimal. Continue reading ““Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald” has the magic, but lacks the polish”

“Duck Tales” makes its triumphant return to TV with series reboot

Growing up, “Duck Tales” was one of my favorite shows. I had it on VHS even, along with the feature-length film. When I heard it was being rebooted by the Disney Channel, I had my doubts, as I always do. But then when I heard who the primary cast would be – Ben Schwartz (“Parks and Recreation”, “House of Lies”), Bobby Moynihan (“SNL”), Danny Pudi (“Community”) as Huey, Dewey, and Louie and none other than the 10th Doctor himself David Tennant (“Doctor Who”, “Jessica Jones”) as Scrooge McDuck, I was in without having seen a single second of the show. Continue reading ““Duck Tales” makes its triumphant return to TV with series reboot”

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