Time to roll out and watch explosions, stereotypes, and awkward bathroom humor galore!
Joey counts down the best videos that combine sweet tunes with bodacious animation. Watch and find out which ones made the list!
Joey and the Animated Heroine present their different takes on the DreamWorks sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2.
Joey takes a journey down to Robot City, where he discovers a movie that walks a fine line between great, and fair at best.
Joey relives a nightmare from January, as he takes another look at one of the laziest, uninspired animated movies to come out this year.
Joey doubts that Nigel would think this crossover was "Smashing!" Let's see how this insanity unfolds with the last theatrical movie featuring the Rugrats.
Joey has a question to ask, while drinking from his minion coffee mug and wearing a vintage minion t-shirt.
Joey sees if this sequel should be left alone like the complimentary salad he usually gets!
It's judgment time as Joey reviews a comic book movie (because we haven't had enough of those in recent years)!
Three more reviewers present their three different takes on The Lego Movie.
...it's Power Rangers Turbo-tastic TIIME!!!! Yeah, who saw that joke coming?
For all the adults and teenagers who have walked into a theater of toddlers and tried to enjoy a movie while feeling judged by their parents: this editorial is for you!
Joey looks at the cartoon short based on the Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale, directed by Tex Avery. You know, the one where the Wolf wants to have sex with Little Red Riding Hood?
Watch and find out which characters from TV and theatrical shorts made the cut. Joey's list includes some no-brainers, and some surprises!
Who would've thought there'd be another movie based on the famous Christmas jingle "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?" Well... Joey sure didn't, until he saw this movie. Watch as he finds out if it takes a steaming reindeer dump on the legacy of one of his favorite holiday specials.
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