In Search of Dr. Seuss (Review)

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Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the movie In Search of Dr. Seuss. This movie was first released on November 6, 1994.

 

In this movie, we observe and learn the life and history of Dr. Seuss while experiencing some of the stories and characters he created.

 

The stories that are featured in this movie are The Sneetches,

Hunches in Bunches,

McElligot’s Pool,

Horton Hatches the Egg,

And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,

Yertle the Turtle,

The Cat in the Hat,

Green Eggs and Ham,

How the Grinch Stole Christmas,

The Lorax,

The Butter Battle Book and Oh, The Places You’ll Go.

 

The cast of characters in this movie are Kathy Najimy as Kathy Lane (a reporter for the FernCrest Times),

Matt Frewer as Dr. Seuss’ Butler/The Cat in the Hat,

Cristopher Lloyd as Mr. Hunch (Hunches in Bunches),

Graham Jarvis as the Farmer (McElligot’s Pool),

Brady Bluhm as Marco (McElligot’s Pool),

J.D. Daniels as Marco (And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street),

Patrick Stewart as Sgt. Mulvaney (And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street),

Billy Crystal as Radio Voice aka The Voice of America (Hitler Lives),

Andrae Crouch as Yertle the Turtle (Yertle the Turtle),

Robin Williams as the Father (The Cat in the Hat),

Zelda Williams and Eleanor Columbus as the Daughters (The Cat in the Hat),

Howie Mandel as Sam-I-Am (Green Eggs and Ham),

Eileen Brennan as the Who-Villain (How the Grinch Stole Christmas) and Terry Lindholm as the Once-ler (The Lorax).

 

In conclusion, I found this movie to be extremely  hilarious, wonderfully musical and highly educational. Thus I end this article with a quote from Dr. Seuss at the end of this movie. “I hope for the children a world of peace and that they never lose their sense of wonder and discovery. From there to here, from here to there. Funny things are everywhere.”

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Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 Remix (Review)

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Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 Remix for the PlayStation 4. This game is comprised of 6 individual games on 2 discs.

 

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix consists of Kingdom Hearts-Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts-Re:Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts-358/2 Days.

 

Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix Consists of  Kingdom Hearts II-Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep-Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts-Re:Coded.

 

In Kingdom Hearts-Final Mix: Sora’s adventure begins as he joins forces with Donald Duck and Goofy to save all the worlds from the Heartless, Maleficent and Ansem: The Seeker of Darkness.

 

In Kingdom Hearts-Re:Chain of Memories: Sora, Donald Duck and Goofy, adventure continues as they search for their missing friends in the mysterious Castle Oblivion while dealing with their first encounter with Organization XIII.

 

In Kingdom Hearts-358/2 Days: The story takes place from the end of Kingdom Hearts-Final Mix through the entirety of Kingdom Hearts-Re:Chain of Memories. The story centers around Sora’s NoBody, Roxas and his friends Axel & Xion.

 

In Kingdom Hearts II-Final Mix: Sora, Donald Duck and Goofy’s adventure continues as they Face off against the Heartless, NoBodies, Organization XIII, Maleficent and Pete.

 

In Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep-Final Mix: The story takes place 10 years before Sora’s journey began. The story centers around three KeyBlade Wielders in training: Terra,Ventus and Aqua.

 

In Kingdom Hearts-Re:Coded: The story centers around a digital Sora as he helps Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy uncover the mysteries contained within Jiminy Cricket’s Journal.

 

The unique worlds featured in these games are:

Destiny Islands,

Land of Departure/Castle Oblivion,

Hollow Bastion/Radiant Garden,

The World That Never Was,

End of the World,

Traverse Town and Twilight Town.

 

The Disney worlds featured in these games are:

Disney Town/Disney Castle,

Wonderland (Alice in Wonderland),

Olympus Coliseum (Hercules),

Deep Jungle (Tarzan),

Agrabah (Aladdin),

Monstro (Pinocchio),

Atlantica (The Little Mermaid),

Halloween Town/Christmas Town (The Nightmare before Christmas),

Neverland (Peter Pan),

Land of Dragons (Mulan),

Beast’s Castle (Beauty and the Beast),

Yen Sid’s Tower (Fantasia),

Timeless River (SteamBoat Willie),

Enchanted Dominion (Sleeping Beauty),

Castle of Dreams (Cinderella),

Dwarf Woodlands (Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs),

Pride Lands (The Lion King),

Space Paranoids (TRON),

Port Royal (Pirates of the Caribbean),

Deep Space (Lilo & Stitch) and the 100 Acre Wood (Winnie the Pooh).

 

In conclusion, I found this to be the biggest collection of Kingdom Hearts games in one casing thus showing an unbreakable connection in the franchise which in turn should teach us to utilize said unbreakable connection to build strong bonds with everyone around us due to the fact that “our hearts are connected.”

The PageMaster (1994)(Review)

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Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the movie The PageMaster. This movie was first released on November 23, 1994.

 

This movie mostly takes place in an Illustrated World of Fictional and Non-Fictional stories which are divided into three areas. The three areas are The Horror Realm, The Land of Adventure and The World of Fantasy.

 

The Fictional and Non-Fictional stories and characters featured in this movie are the Kraken from 20,000 Leagues under the Sea,

the Demon Dog from Sherlock Holmes: The Hounds of Baskerville,

the Raven from Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven,

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde from Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde,

Ghosts from Miscellaneous Ghost Stories,

Captain Ahab and Moby Dick from Moby Dick,

Long John Silver and his Pirate Crew from Treasure Island,

the Little People from Gulliver’s Travels,

Mother Goose, Pan the Satyr, Fairies and a Dragon from Miscellaneous Fairy Tales,

the Magic Carpet from 1001 Arabian Nights,

the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland and the Beanstalk from Jack & the Beanstalk.

 

The cast of characters are Macaulay Culkin as Richard Tyler,

Christopher Lloyd as Mr. Dewey the Librarian/the PageMaster: Keeper of the Books and Guardian of the Written World,

Patrick Stewart as the voice of Adventure

Whoopi Goldberg as the voice of Fantasy and Frank Welker as the voice of Horror.

 

In conclusion, I found this movie to be truly Inspirational as well as educational in teaching us on how to broaden our imaginations/horizons in a big way.

Quest for Camelot(Review)

 

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the animated movie: Quest for Camelot. This movie was released on May 15, 1998.

 

The protagonists in this movie are Kayley (main heroine)(the daughter of Sir Lionel and Lady Juliana),

Garrett (main hero)(a blind hermit),

Devon & Cornwall (main heroes)(a two-headed dragon)(the right-sided head is Devon and the left-sided head is Cornwall),

Arthur (hero)(the King of Camelot),

Merlin (hero)(Sorcerer)(King Arthur’s advisor) and Ayden (a silver-winged falcon)(Merlin’s pet).

 

The antagonists in this movie are Sir Ruber (main villain)(Ex-Knight of the Round Table) and the Griffin (villain)(Sir Ruber’s pet/enforcer).

 

This movie takes place in the Medieval Era during the days of King Arthur. The locations in this movie are Juliana and Kayley’s Home, the Forbidden Forest, Dragon Country, the Rock-Ogre’s Cave and Camelot.

 

In conclusion, I found this movie to be mystically superb in comedy, music, fantasy and adventure thus making this movie a family-favorite film for all to see. “So next stop: Camelot!”

SD Gundam Force (TV Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the anime series SD Gundam Force (the SD stands for Superior Defender). This anime series consists of 52 episodes (2 seasons/26 episodes each).

 

The story setting takes place in multiple dimensions. The different dimensions are in fact the City of Neotopia (a Futuristic-based Realm where Humans, Gundams and Robots work, live and play together), the Kingdom of LaCroa (a Medieval-based Realm populated by Humans, Knight Gundams and Mystical Spirits)(we see three spirits in series. The spirits are the Griffin-Season 1, the Steel Dragon-Season 2 and the Feather Dragon-Seasons 1 & 2), the Land of Ark (a Feudal Era-based Realm populated by Samurai Gundams) and the Dark Axis (a dark realm populated by Evil Gundams who plan to conquer all dimensions as well as to Enslave & Destroy any and all Robots).

 

The protagonists in this series are:

 

Captain Gundam (home dimension: Neotopia)(equipment: Shield, Blaster, Beam Saber and Beam Lance)(ultimate technique: Captain Punch),

 

Zero the Winged Knight (home dimension: the Kingdom of LaCroa)(equipment: Shield, Legendary-Sacred Buster Sword and the Twin-Buster Sword)(ultimate techniques: Super, Magical Violet Tornado and Super Spirit Magic: Infinite Winds),

 

Bakunetsumaru the Blazing Samurai (home dimension: the Land of Ark)(equipment: Twin Katanas-the right-handed sword is in fact one of Ark’s Five Sacred Swords)(ultimate technique: Secret Arts-Bakunetsu: Tenkyoken),

 

(Captain Gundam, Zero and Bakunetsumaru’s group ultimate technique is the Gundam Force: Triple Attack).

 

The antagonists in this series are:

 

Zapper Zaku (home dimension: the Dark Axis)(equipment: Twin Machine Blasters, a Shoulder-Mounted Gatling Turret and a Vibrational Axe),

 

Grappler Gouf (home dimension: the Dark Axis)(Equipment: Shield, Sword, Claw an a Arm-Mounted Missile Launcher),

 

Destroyer Dom (home dimension: the Dark Axis)(Equipment: Twin Missile Cannons),

 

(Zaku, Gouf and Dom’s group ultimate technique is the Triple-Ultra Technique: Final, Deadly, Screaming, Chaos Catastrophe).

 

In conclusion, I found this particular Gundam-related series to be more funny, cartoonish and more kid-friendly than other Gundam anime series cause compared to other Gundams, the Gundams in this series are so really cool and incredibly cute in their Chibi-forms.

(Griffin)

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(Feather Dragon)

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(Steel Dragon)

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(TV Intro)

 

Wendy’s (Review)

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Wendy’s

(Restaurant Review)

By Chris M

I enjoy going to Wendy’s. It’s a nice, quick & welcoming fast-food place that lives by its number 1 rule: Every Hamburger must be Fresh & never Frozen. It all started with an idea by founder Dave Thomas, who believed that Fresh quality is key to a Hamburger’s success, not freezing it for another day like McDonald’s.

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I enjoy going to the Wendy’s location near my neighborhood. I’ve gone there so many times with either my Mom or Dad that their servers are starting to recognize me. Isn’t that special.

Overall, I like Wendy’s nice & welcoming environment where I can sit down and enjoy my food, even if there are a lot customers or if there’s music I don’t enjoy hearing.

Hope you would enjoy it too.

Disney’s Aladdin (2019)(Preview)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to preview the upcoming Disney movie “Aladdin.” This movie is a live-action version of the original cartoon film.

 

The cast of characters in this movie are Robby Haynes as Razoul (the Captain of the Sultan’s Royal Guards),

Navid Negahban as the Sultan (the Ruler of Agrabah/Jasmine’s Father),

Marwan Kenzari as Jafar (the Main Antagonist/Sorcerer/Royal Vizier),

Naomi Scott as Princess Jasmine (the Sultan’s daughter),

Mena Massoud as Aladdin (the Main Protagonist) and Will Smith as Genie (a Phenomenal-Cosmic powered being).

 

In conclusion, I believe this movie will introduce us all to “A Whole New World” that is entirely more magical than anything we ever expected.

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