Animation

Early Man

I’m not sure how American movie goers will fare with “Early Man,” the next stop motion feature from the genius Aardman company that gave us “Wallace & Gromit.” Obviously, it’s gonna get its loincloth kicked by “Black Panther,” which was… Read More ›

Peter Rabbit

According to the trailers, I was planning to skip “Peter Rabbit.” Then, Rotten Tomatoes showed me a better score than I anticipated (somewhere between its 50 and 60%), so I had to give it a shot. But, as expected, it’s… Read More ›

Ferdinand

I review certain non-Disney animated movies, because I trust their judgement, although I was one of the lucky ones to not review “The Emoji Movie.” And given this is the holidays, I’m pretty sure kids and parents are salvaging to… Read More ›

Coco

Some kids are able to relate to the Day of the Dead tradition based on the shows they watch and the lessons they learn in their Spanish classes. In 2014, “The Book of Life” animated that tradition, and that was… Read More ›

The Lion King

Last week, “The Emoji Movie” came out, and for an animated movie, it suffered one of the worst ratings on Rotten Tomatoes (8%). I skipped it, because I deserve to see better, more inventive animated movies. “The Lion King” has… Read More ›

Despicable Me 3

“Despicable Me 3” doesn’t live up to the full potential of the last two animated hits, because of how the filmmakers cram some extra subplots in there, and how some come and go. But it still offers the kind of… Read More ›

Cars 3

Not many would call “Cars” a Pixar classic, but I found it to be delightful. The sequel wasn’t as fresh as the original, but it had its moments. And now, we have “Cars 3,” which is the best since the… Read More ›

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