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Tagged: Animated Movies
Count Jackula rails against Rankin/Bass’s ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas.
Here’s a requested review that’s zany to the max!
Before we see Louis C.K. make an animated movie, let’s watch another comedian’s “stinger”.
Why Ursa loves these movies, the importance of a wide audience for family films, and why significant time gaps between movies are sometimes really brilliant. Plus: character arcs for you, and you, and you, everybody gets a character arc!
What were you expecting this Valentine’s day? Roses?
Strap in for 90 minutes of Lucario’s shrieking, shape-shifting cousin from the Unova region. It’s Zoroark: Master of Illusions on Pokémonth.
See which movies made it to the top of Joey’s list!
Is this movie as perfect as people make it out to be?
“This movie got a pretty good reception, but I think that’s just the result of looking good in comparison to Batman & Robin, in the same way that a mediocre baseball team looks good compared to the 1899 Cleveland Spiders.”
Giant dragons, a parallel dimension, and a wisecracking hedgehog. Sounds like a Sonic game from the mid 2000s, but it’s actually another Pokémon movie. Pokémonth continues with Giratina and the Sky Warrior.
It’s a traditionally animated television movie about kids turning into fish with a bad CG DVD cover and Alan Rickman… So it has to be good, right?
By popular demand, it’s the return of Pokémonth! Join Il Neige as he subjects himself—er, examines another batch of Pokémon movies, starting with Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea.
Scooby Doo meets the Unnecessary Meme!
Renegado went to see the new Dragon Ball Z movie in the theaters and can still hardly process it. Here’s his quick review of the movie.
Does the legend of Robin Hood work with talking animals and recycled animation?
During MAGFest, Mikey and Mr. Mendo watched the made-for-TV movie Scooby-Doo! in Arabian Nights and then decided to do an unscripted review of it.
After a long absence, Mendo returns with a brief review of the first ever music video, and all its unspeakable racism! It’s not great, to be honest.
The Lion King: it’s a family movie. And that’s a good thing! Ursa discusses Winning All The Awards, family vs. children’s media, and universal themes.
After a three-year cliffhanger, guest star “Spazzmaster” finally teaches Il Neige to embrace his inner Goofy Goober as they sit down to review the first Spongebob movie. Also, there’s time travel.