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!
Video Show: Cartoon Palooza
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.
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?
Disney villains range from intimidating to goofy, and in this video, Joey presents his list of the top five Disney villains on the goofy side. Which does not include Goofy. But it does include villains from The Great Mouse Detective, Robin Hood, and a few more that may surprise you.
Joey looks at Enchanted, the movie where Disney skewers the princess movies that made Disney famous! Unfortunately, this wildly overrated movie came along 20 years too late, and mostly parodies the same old fairy tale clichés that have already been parodied to death.
Brendan Fraser and Jenna Elfman team up with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck in the vastly superior follow-up to Space Jam!
A short film from the ’90s, with spooky imagery and an ill-fitting soundtrack!
The final installment of this year’s Batman Chronicles finds the Caped Crusader facing his most challenging villain yet: his own Boy Wonder! Uh… spoiler alert?
It’s the madhouse of life! The Return of Cartoon Palooza’s Batman Chronicles continues as the Joker takes on the edgier, hipper Batman from Batman Beyond!
The first installment of Cartoon Palooza’s second round of The Batman Chronicles covers this direct-to-video compilation of three episodes of Superman: The Animated Series.
A video recorded last month where Joey reviews a recent movie that shows how true love will always prevail, even in the zombie apocalypse. Trust us, it’s better than it sounds!
Seeing Bryan Singer’s Jack and the Giant Slayer inspires Joey to watch a much better adaptation of the Jack and the Beanstalk story, namely, this Mickey Mouse short that was originally released as part of the film Fun and Fancy Free, and would be the last time Walt Disney would ever voice Mickey Mouse.
A brief review of The Reward, a wordless 2D animated short from Denmark where two boys must travel together on an epic quest for treasure. Also: a follow-up on last week’s Oscars.
It’s that time of year again to see Hollywood’s pretty dresses and overrated—er, prestigious accolades! Just like last year, Joey looks at three of the five Oscar nominees for Best Feature, and predicts which one will be the big winner on Sunday night.
It’s the Oscar-nominated short film that played in front of Wreck-It Ralph, where Disney discovers a new and innovative way to make traditional animation: with computers.
It’s a mega Saturday morning crossover as Bugs Bunny, the Smurfs, Baby Kermit, Slimer, Winnie the Pooh, Garfield, ALF, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (singular) team up to tell you that drugs are bad. This is your brain after watching your favorite cartoon characters turn into major narcs!
The sequel to 1989’s All Dogs Go to Heaven has a new director, a new set of writers, no Don Bluth, and the German Shepherd originally voiced by Burt Reynolds is now being voiced by, of all people, Charlie Sheen. Because sequels where a majority of the cast and crew from the original aren’t involved work out well, right?
It’s time to take a look at one of Don Bluth’s strangest films! Set in the late 1930s, the movie is about a German shepherd voiced by Burt Reynolds who gets killed by his business partner, but leaves Heaven and goes back to Earth to exact his brutal, violent revenge. With the help of a cute orphan!
Joey meets up with sports movie reviewer Iannone to watch The Greatest Game Ever Played, starring Shia LaBeouf as Francis Ouimet, who in 1913 became the first amateur golfer to ever win the U.S. Open.