Category: Animated

Total 7 Posts

“The Bob’s Burgers Movie” Film Review: One Of The Funniest Films In Years

Immensely enjoyable and one of the funniest comedies to hit theaters in years, “The Bob’s Burgers Movie” does right by its characters and its audience. When television shows make the leap to the big screen, they fall prey to the

‘Hotel Transylvania: Transformania’ Review: Animated Sequel Charms, Reflects On Real World Situation

Sing 2 appeals to families in the dysfunctional theatrical circuit. Hotel Transylvania: Transformia, the fourth film in Sony’s animated film series, is now Amazon Prime. Suppose it feels like I’m unfairly maligning the current state of box office performance. In

“The Addams Family” (2019)

“The Addams Family” is an animated version of the classic series. The voice cast is the strongest foundation of an otherwise familiar story that manages humor to elevate it for the next generation. Kids and adults will find much to

Castlevania Review by Brian Wallinger

Netflix has been on fire this summer as they picked up the pacing of their self-produced content, typically to favorable reviews.  Their latest, “Castlevania” is an animated series based on the mid-1980’s Nintendo video game created by Konami.  For over

Quick Review: “The Boss Baby” by Brian Wallinger

Directed by Tom McGrath and featuring the voice talents of Alec Baldwin and Miles Christoper Bakshi, this animated release offers a unique and original take on the question that, inevitably, every six year-old asks, “Where do babies come from?”  Baldwin’s

Review: Tom McGrath’s “Boss Baby” is a clever, familiar mess

When I was a kid, I had grand adventures on the bridge of the Starship Enterprise, battling the Klingons.  Sometimes, I would become general manager Ben, setting up a ‘front desk’ in my parent’s basement pretending to check people in

Sing

Voice.  No, this is not about the sounds uttered from your vocal cavity; it’s about the inner courage to stand up for yourself; to be better than the “you” you were before a journey started.  Finding your voice is ultimately