I saw this movie in theaters on July 30: I enjoyed it, it’s fun, entertaining, hilarious and emotional.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson voicing Superman’s dog Krypto, he did a great performance: Kevin Hart, Vanessa Bayer, John Krasinski, Diego Luna, Natasha Lyonne, Kate McKinnon, Marc Maron, Keanu Reeves and more, they did an excellent voice performances in the movie.
There’s a couple of Marvel jokes, character mentions and more.
I give this movie 5 stars and I recommend this, Adults and Kids will enjoy this movie.
Last Saturday, I saw Thor: Love and Thunder in theaters; I enjoyed this movie, it was fun, entertaining, hilarious and emotional.
Seeing Thor’s journey moving forward after the events of Avengers: Endgame, it was great to see Jane Foster back who is now the Mighty Thor, along with Korg and Valkyrie, also there’s a lot of surprise appearances and more.
His first time in the MCU: Christian Bale plays the villain Gorr the God Butcher, his performance was brilliant.
I never played the game, but I’ve heard about it and now it has become a live action movie.
Spider-Man actor Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg, both play Nathan Drake and Drake’s mentor Victor “Sully” Sullivan.
I enjoyed the movie, it was fun and entertaining. Cool action sequences, the movie is a mix of Indiana Jones and Nicolas Cage’s 2 National Treasure movies. Also both Tom and Mark, their performances/chemistry were great.
This was a big movie moment for Tom Holland, Spider-Man: No Way Home to Uncharted.
I recently started watching Marvel’s “What If…” on Disney plus where they take the characters and turn the story around like what if Star Lord was Black Panther or what if Captain America was Peggy Carter. It’s a really fun show and I recommend it for those who want to see their favorite characters in new roles.
From the beginning; we got to see Natasha Romanoff’s journey in Iron Man 2 to Avengers: Endgame, and also learn a bit of her history in the first Avengers movie.
In her first solo movie of Phase 4: we will finally learn what Natasha’s been doing during the events of Captain America: Civil War and leading up to Infinity War and Endgame
I got to see the movie in theaters and I really enjoyed the movie: it’s action-packed, fun and thrilling.
Great cinematography, the music and more. excellent performances by Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour and Rachel Weisz, also O-T Fagbenle, Ray Winstone, Olga Kurylenko and William Hurt did great.
I give this movie an A+ and 10/10
This is Scarlett Johansson’s last movie with Marvel. I know that the multiverse is gonna be a big part of the MCU. Who knows, she will return or not…but the character: Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow lives on.
Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to preview Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie.
This movie is a two-part anime film that serves as both a direct continuation as well as a 4th season for the Sailor Moon Crystal anime series. The 1st part of this movie was released in Japan on January 8, 2021 and the 2nd part was released in Japan on February 11, 2021.
The protagonists are
Usagi Tsukino, aka Eternal Sailor Moon,
Chibiusa, aka Sailor MiniMoon,
Ami Mizuno, aka Sailor Mercury,
Rei Hino, aka Sailor Mars,
Makoto Kino, aka Sailor Jupiter,
Minako Aino, aka Sailor Venus,
Haruka Tenoh, aka Sailor Uranus,
Michiru Kaioh, aka Sailor Neptune,
Setsuna Meioh, aka Sailor Pluto,
Hotaru Tomoe, aka Sailor Saturn,
Mamoru Chiba, aka Tuxedo Mask, and
Luna, Artemis, Diana and Pegasus/Helios.
The antagonists are
The Amazon Trio (Fish Eye,Tiger’s Eye and Hawk’s Eye), and
The Amazon Quartet (CereCere the Trapeze Artist, PallaPalla the Sphere Juggler, JunJun the Acrobat and VesVes the Beast Tamer).
In conclusion, this two-part movie is the first Sailor Moon feature film to be released in America in 21 years, following the release of Sailor Moon Movie 3: SuperS! Black Dream Hole in September, 2000. This movie will premiere on Thursday, June 3, 2021 via Netflix and most likely on other streaming services as well.
Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review a cartoon show called Loonatics Unleashed.
This show has a total of 26 episodes (13 per season) and was broadcast on Kids’ WB from September 17, 2005 to May 5, 2007.
This series takes place on the City-Planet of Acmetropolis, as well as on Planet Freleng and Planet Blanc in the year 2772. Planet Freleng is named after Friz Freleng, who created many of the Looney Tunes characters, and Planet Blanc is named after Mel Blanc, who voice-acted many of the Looney Tunes characters.
The protagonists of this series are a Super-Powered Superhero team called The Loonatics that consists of:
Ace Bunny (Bugs Bunny’s Descendant)(Powers & Abilities: Laser Vision/Adept martial-Arts Skills/A Magical Blade called the Guardian Strike Sword),
Lexi Bunny (Lola Bunny’s Descendant)(Powers & Abilities: Sonic Hearing/Adept Acrobatic Agility/Brain Blast-the ability to shoot concentrated psychic energy from the top of her head),
Danger Duck (Daffy Duck’s Descendant)(Powers & Abilities: Power Orb Randomizer-tosses powerful flaming egg-shaped spheres of energy/Quantum Quack-The ability to teleport short distances),
Slam Tasmanian (The Tasmanian Devil’s Descendant)(Powers & Abilities: Superhuman Strength/Tornado Maximizer-the ability to spin into a tornado form as well as fire tornado blasts from his hands/Thunder Mode-the ability to launch small “electric” tornadoes from his arms),
Tech E. Coyote (Wile E. Coyote’s Descendant)(Powers & Abilities: Superhuman Intelligence/Magnetism Manipulation/Molecular Regeneration), and
Rev Runner (Road Runner’s Descendant)(Powers & Abilities: Flight/Sonic Speed/Global Positioning-a form of Clairvoyance).
Other Looney Tunes-inspired characters in this series are:
Mr. Leghorn (a human based on Foghorn Leghorn),
Pierre le Pew (a human based on Pepe le Pew),
Ophiuchus Sam (Yosemite Sam’s Descendant),
Gorlop (Gossamer’s Descendant),
Royal Tweetums (Tweety’s Royal Descendant),
Sylth Vester (Sylvester the Cat’s Descendant),
Queen’s Grannicus (Granny’s Royal Descendant),
Electro J. Fudd (Elmer Fudd’s Descendant),
Melvin the Martian (Marvin the Martian’s Descendant),
Pinkster Pig (Porky Pig’s Descendant), and
Stoney & Bugsy (Rocky & Mugsy’s Descendants).
In conclusion, I found this series to be quite interesting as I felt it was Kids WB’s Road Rovers version of Looney Tunes. I liked this series because I found its story line to be more unpredictable than the ones in its Looney Tunes counterpart.
Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and the Nintendo Wii. This game takes place shortly after the events of its prequel, Epic Mickey. Unlike Epic Mickey, this game features co-op action where player 1 plays as Mickey Mouse and player 2 plays as Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
In this game, Mickey returns to Wasteland (a realm where forgotten toons reside) only to find it has become inert (due to the damage caused by the quake) as well as finding that the Mad Doctor has turned over a new leaf (which is in fact an act of deception for a much grander, evil scheme). As such, both Mickey and Oswald work together to save Wasteland and Stop the Mad Doctor. The game has two endings (the game’s ending as well as the fate of the Mad Doctor depends on your actions in the game).
The main protagonists in this game are Mickey Mouse, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Ortensia and Gus the Gremlin. The main antagonists in this game are the Mad Doctor and Prescott the Gremlin.
The multiple versions of Pete we see in this game are Big Bad Pete, Pete Pan (Adventureland version of Pete), Petetronic (Tomorrowland version of Pete) and Small Pete (It’s A Small World version of Pete).
In conclusion, I found this game to be both magically heartwarming and spiritually, wonderfully amazing. Truly, this is a one of a kind Disney game that has touched and forever will touch the hearts of children throughout the ages.