It’s the second and final part of Sofie’s list of her favorite anime shows!
Video Show: Movie Dorkness
Sofie covers a somewhat neglected subject here at the Agony Booth, and counts down her top ten favorite anime series.
Sofie takes a look at two new DC shows currently airing on Cartoon Network.
It’s part 2 of Sofie’s cameo-filled two-part series about the original Pokémon series, this time featuring guest appearances by Il Neige and Sursum Ursa!
This time in Movie Recommendations, Sofie looks at another movie she really enjoys. Darkman is a relatively older movie, but still a goodie, and one that could be called Sam Raimi’s missing link between Evil Dead and Spider-Man.
In this two-part series, Sofie takes a look at something that was a big part of her childhood. She’s not the only one, though. Her fellow reviewers Film Renegado, Solkir, and Mr. Mendo also have a thing or two to say about the original Pokémon series.
It’s another Movie Recommendation from Sofie, as she reviews Reese Witherspoon as a sorority girl who tries to win back her ex by going to law school in Legally Blonde! Sofie’s a chick, and she’s blonde, so, obviously a chick flick with a blonde lead should be just her type of movie… Or is it? Well, in the case, the answer is yes. This is a movie recommendation, after all.
In the latest chapter of the nefarious web-show-within-a-show Baker Street Adventures, Sofie… I mean, Sherlock Holmes, and Sursum… er, John Watson join forces (in person!) to review one of Steven Moffat’s favorite movies, and a big inspiration for BBC’s Sherlock. It’s the 1970 Billy Wilder comedy The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes!
In this installment of Movie Recommendations, Sofie talks about a genre that’s near and dear to her heart: Children’s movies! And she reviews what she feels is the perfect example of a brilliant entry in the genre, Nanny McPhee.
Sofie went to the theater once again, and now feels very, very conflicted about the new Superman movie.
Nazis on the moon invading earth? Does this movie really need any more description than that? Well, Sofie’s going to give it to you anyway, as she wholeheartedly recommends the overlooked 2012 satire Iron Sky!
It’s been a while, but Sofie’s making a comeback with a new series of short videos simply recommending movies that she happens to like. First up is Kick-Ass, the superhero action comedy based on the comic book of the same name, starring Aaron Johnson, Chloe Grace Moretz, and Nicolas Cage.
Sofie got lucky, because a certain big blockbuster was released a little bit earlier in Denmark: Namely, the long anticipated Marvel film Iron Man 3, which marks the end of a trilogy… for now.
Sofie digs a little deeper into the phenomena of Twilight, and tries to figure out what makes this franchise so loved (and hated), and what its popularity could potentially lead to.
It’s the first video of Sofie’s Twilight Month (which will probably now last into April) as she reviews the final Twilight film, Breaking Dawn: Part 2. It’s the end of a saga… Yeah, a saga, sure.
Sofie went off to see Oz the Great and Powerful while crossing her fingers, hoping that just one movie in her favorite genre would deliver. Did it? Check out the review and see.
This episode, Sofie is joined by Joey Tedesco to discuss a show they both hate with a passion: the 2012 animated series Ultimate Spider-Man, which has nothing to do with Marvel’s line of Ultimate comics, or its regular comics, or anything Spider-Man related for that matter.
It’s a very special Doctor Who year, with his fiftieth anniversary right around the corner! So in the interest of giving him a little extra attention this year, Sofie reviews one of the more recent episodes of the new Doctor Who: “Asylum of the Daleks”, the first episode of season seven, and the episode that introduces the new companion and re-introduces the Daleks.
This time, Sofie looks at a movie a little closer to home, meaning… all the way home. She reviews a very Danish movie: the 2011 animated fantasy parody Ronal the Barbarian!
The title says it all! Sofie gets nostalgic and looks back at her own European childhood to recount the ten animated TV moments that gave her the worst nightmares.