The Inventor

A charming stop-motion caricature of the Renaissance Man. Leonardo da Vinci has been known as the “Renaissance Man,” an engineer with drawings and ideas of brilliant inventions and strong curiosity that gave him a name in the history books. He’s… Read More ›

Spinning Gold

Too many subplots scratch this hot record. Neil Bogart assures the audience that everything happened in “Spinning Gold” is true, even if some parts aren’t. He wasn’t related to Humphrey Bogart. In fact, his birth last name was Bogatz. He… Read More ›

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Eye-popping stop-motion visuals and grade-A voices never lie. Two versions of “Pinocchio” have been released this year. Robert Zemeckis’ live-action remake of the 1940 Disney animated classic, which was condescending and unnecessary on all accounts, and Guillermo del Toro’s stop-motion… Read More ›


A nice little welcome home party for our Andalasia heroine. It’s inevitable Giselle, the young heroine of “Enchanted,” would want her live-action life to have the same kind of fairy tale magic as her animated kingdom of Andalasia. She’s learned… Read More ›


Ferrell and Reynolds both feel the holiday sprit in this fun musical comedy. The story of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” has been transcending in various versions on TV and in theaters. You know the story. The rich and grumpy… Read More ›

Pinocchio (Disney+)

Yet another unnecessary live-action Disney remake. There have been many attempts to top the original 1940 Disney animated classic “Pinocchio,” which was taken from Carlo Collodi’s story, and many have tried and failed. There was “The Adventures of Pinocchio” with… Read More ›

The Bob’s Burgers Movie

A happy meal of a TV-to-movie conversion that has In-n-Out laughs. “Bob’s Burgers” is the latest adult animated series to make it on the silver screen after “Beavis & Butthead,” “South Park,” “Aqua Teen Hunger Force,” and “The Simpsons.” “The… Read More ›

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