There’s a certain sport that is my favorite of all time, I wonder if anyone can guess which one?
Posted in 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2010s, Ben Affleck, Canada, Dan Scanlon, Jim Sharman, Joe Johnston, Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Saschka Unseld, This Week In Cinema, United Kingdom, United States Of America, Zack Snyder
Tagged 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2010s, adaptation, animation, canada, comic book, computer animation, documentary, drama, fantasy, musical, newspapers, play, prequel, remake, romance, science fiction, sequel, short film, sports, superheroes, TV, united kingdom, united states of america
Wonderland seems like a very scary place to visit actually, like the kind of place where I’d lose my lunch money!
Posted in 1960s, 1990s, 2000s, Adam McKay, Argentina, Celina Murga, Daniel Barnz, Drew Antzis, George Cukor, Joe Johnston, Mike Judge, Richard Gale, This Week In Cinema, United States Of America
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Sometimes I legitimately look in the mirror and wish that for a few seconds I could be half the man Captain America is on a daily basis! That, and I wish that I was a wee bit taller, pipe dreams are all I have people!
Posted in 2010s, Joe Johnston, Joss Whedon, This Week In Cinema, United States Of America
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The first film in the Comica Obscura Marathon wasn’t meant to be obscure, but it’s for the best that it stayed that way!
Posted in 1990s, 400+ Word Reviews, Comica Obscura Marathon, Joe Johnston, United States Of America
Tagged 1990s, adventure, comic book, fantasy, romance, superheroes, united states of america, war
I’m more used to Monopoly or Life, and I’m not even good at those games!