Joey looks at one of Tim Burton’s earliest films Vincent, a stop-motion short about a young boy named Vincent Malloy who pretends to be Vincent Price (who also happens to be the film’s narrator)! Also, stay until the end for a special announcement!
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It’s the official “true story” behind Little Red Riding Hood, brought to us by the Weinsteins, which in no way is riding off the success of Shrek!
Joey watches the wacky adaptation of one of his favorite children’s books growing up. We suggest not watching this review on an empty stomach, though, because you might get really hungry!
Joey finds out if the second movie is just as good as the first, and how many wee-wee jokes they can fit in along the way!
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In his 50th review, Joey receives a divine request to look at Delgo, which was considered for the longest time to be the biggest CG turkey of all time!
The apocryphal tale of the Russian duchess who survived the execution of the Romanov family is brought to life by Don Bluth. Basically, it’s a Disney knock-off made by the guy who was knocked out of Disney!
We can only imagine what the execs at Disney were thinking when they greenlighted an animated musical featuring Roseanne Barr as a talking cow… or maybe we can magically go back in time and see it for ourselves!
Joey follows up his review of Ang Lee’s Hulk with this review of the sequel with Edward Norton as Bruce Banner. The movie got much more favorable reviews from critics and fans alike, but does that really mean this is the “good” Hulk movie?
Just a video from the driving range. This is where my swing’s at. Up to this point, I think there’s room for improvement. Comments and criticism are encouraged… you can be honest 🙂
In this shorty, I take a look at a found footage animated short (not easy to come across) from one of my favorite indie-female animators in the business, Joanna Quinn!
I went to go see the colossus tribute to Japanese media/animation known as “Pacific Rim.” Here are my initial thoughts!
Joey lists the five most disturbing, jacked up moments from The Ren & Stimpy Show! To find out what they are, watch the video, you eeediots!
Joey gets nostalgic over The Rugrats Movie, the first feature-length film based on the popular Nickelodeon series from the ’90s. Let’s see if we need to change this movie’s diapey!
Joey looks back at the 1940s Superman cartoon shorts that were produced by the Fleischers, and later on, Famous Studios! Special thanks goes out to SW Tronix for helping out with the research.
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Joey reviews DreamWorks’ Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas, featuring the voices of Brad Pitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Wait… a trendy, forgettable DreamWorks movie? Those sure don’t come along every day!
Joey goes to da movies and sees the new CG animated fantasy flick Epic, featuring the voices of Beyonce and Colin Farrell. Does this movie deserve its title, or has the internet robbed the word of all meaning?
So does this mean Disney advertisements should address what REALLY is the first Mickey Mouse short?
Nothing like watching a cherished family icon pull out a pistol and threaten Donald Duck!