The Disneyathon Part 22: The Finale!!

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon Part 21: Different Studio Misfires Alright, Zootopia is next! I remember this came out around the time I was becoming more interested in catching up on all the popular movies and ranking them from worst to best. I believe Zootopia was my favourite of that year because it blew me … Continue reading The Disneyathon Part 22: The Finale!!

Random Movie Roulette 4: Cult Films

Random Movie Roulette Random Number Generator Hey I'm back to resurrect my gambling addiction. The rules are the same  and I went through my 20+ selected movies and picked out some movies with a cult following. That's it, let's go! 3748: Harold and Maude (1971) First up is the 1971 cult classic movie Harold and … Continue reading Random Movie Roulette 4: Cult Films

The Disneyathon Part 21: Different Studio Misfires

Quick Notice: A few days after my Artemis Fowl Review I finally reached 200 subs and I don't have enough words to describe how thankful I am for that. The reason I haven't gotten around to making a special post for it, is more personal reasons. I'm going through a weird phase at the moment … Continue reading The Disneyathon Part 21: Different Studio Misfires

Artemis Fowl – An Underwhelming Mess

We're on our way back to seeing the return of big budget movies and to start us off Disney and Kenneth Branagh give us Artemis Fowl, a movie that probably isn't the best start for this grand return to prime. I don't know anything about this series or the books it's based on, but I … Continue reading Artemis Fowl – An Underwhelming Mess

The Disneyathon Part 20: The Big Hitters!

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon Part 19: The Revival Age Finally, something that’s right up my alley. The last time we had one of those was with Bolt, a fairly good movie but nothing special, and it’s funny because Wreck-It Ralph is about on par with Bolt. I think I really gravitated to this whilst … Continue reading The Disneyathon Part 20: The Big Hitters!

Scooby-Doo Live-Action Movies Review

True that, it’s Scoobie Doobie Do review time on the radical Blog Complainer page. (Great opening Cam, are you proud of yourself now?) Scooby-Doo. You all know who he is as he has entertained children of many ages for 50 years now. I kind of grew up in that Scooby-Doo peak period where he had … Continue reading Scooby-Doo Live-Action Movies Review

The Disneyathon Part 19: The Revival Age

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon Part 18: The End of the 2000’s Disney movies This is it, the final Disney era, which is also commonly known as the Revival Age. This era of Disney movies technically started with The Princess and The Frog as it was Disney's first big hit in awhile, but I wanted … Continue reading The Disneyathon Part 19: The Revival Age

Looney Tunes: Back in Action Review

Hello folks, it’s me The Blog Complainer coming at you with an review for something old. Excluding the roulette and the Disneyathon, the last time I think I actually sat down and chose to focus on one particular set of movies was Spy Kids and Robert Rodriguez’s other kids movies about 8 months ago. So … Continue reading Looney Tunes: Back in Action Review

The Disneyathon Part 18: The End of the 2000’s Disney movies

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon Part 17: The Rise of 3D Animation Oh wow, does anyone remember this movie? I can fondly remember when Enchanted came out. Everyone loved it so much that it was almost impossible to escape from the Enchanted rage. Nowadays when I talk about Enchanted I feel like I am talking … Continue reading The Disneyathon Part 18: The End of the 2000’s Disney movies

The Disneyathon Part 17: The Rise of 3D Animation

Link to Previous Part: The Disneyathon Part 16: The Fall of 2D Animation Hahhha hahhha hahhhha hahhhha! I’ve been waiting to write about this particular film for a long time now! 2D animation just doesn’t sell anymore so Disney went all out with their first completely 3D animated movie, Chicken Little. I say completely because … Continue reading The Disneyathon Part 17: The Rise of 3D Animation