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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.
The jolly green goliath goes on an adventure with shell head... yeah, that sounds lame.
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!
I'm bringing it back, Kids! Note: I don't own the rights to most of the footage, neither am I claiming them for my own!
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.
Watch as I briefly discuss the first comic in the revamp of the Hulk as written by the co-writer of Kingdom Come!
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.
So, two dorks go to a convention and... talk about qualifying voice actors into the Oscars and the general stigma of animation as its own medium. Those two self-admitted dorks are Joey and our own Joshua the Anarchist, who have a conversation in this vlog style video filmed at MAGFest.
It's a Cartoon Palooza Slider, where Joey takes more in-depth looks at movies. In the first edition, it's ParaNorman, one of Joey's favorite animated films of the year. A small town is attacked by zombies, and their only hope is a misunderstood local boy named Norman who can talk to the dead.
Joey looks at the Hanukkah musical comedy Eight Crazy Nights, the first animated feature starring Adam Sandler, of all people, and asks the age-old question: Does being able to do two impressions give you enough range to be considered a voice actor?
Joey takes a look at the un-appropriately titled Regular Show, the Cartoon Network series about a blue jay and a raccoon and their wacky, surreal misadventures, and its special 2012 Christmas episode, creatively titled "The Christmas Special".
How about we forget about this crap, and get going with a Danny Phantom movie? The made-for-TV A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! (a live action update of The Fairly OddParents) stars Drake Bell (AKA the guy who killed Spider-Man) as a boy who refuses to grow up in order to keep his fairy godparents.
In another short review, Joey looks at all the nautical nonsense in the first SpongeBob SquarePants stop-motion animated holiday special, It's a SpongeBob Christmas! But is it worth the 10 bucks at Walmart?