James Corden

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Apr 11 2020

Trolls World Tour (2020) – Movie Review

To be honest, the overly-colorful, incessantly-happy world of Trolls wasn’t something I was looking forward to visiting again. My review of the first film went out unstarred – not to be taken as “zero stars” – because of how at odds the film was with its morals and methods, but the film itself was decidedly not bad. Its […]
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Sep 28 2018

Smallfoot

I’ve spent the last few days trying to come up with good things to say about Smallfoot: its grand purpose, timely themes, wonderfully engaging voice casting, sterling animation, almost every aspect that I could think of. Yet the one recurring phrase coming to my mind is “middle of the road.” Don’t get me wrong; it […]
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Feb 9 2018

Peter Rabbit

Ever wondered what it would be like if you took a beloved character from children’s literature and gave it a modern-day facelift? Imagine no further, as Peter Rabbit has just done it for you, with all the cuteness of Beatrix Potter’s fabled 1902 creation combined with the YouTube generation’s nasty bite and mean spirit. Throw […]
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Nov 3 2016

Trolls

This review will not feature a star rating due to the author’s conflict between artistic and moral reasons. MPAA Rating: PG for some mild rude humor. Mid-credits scene: yes. Running time: 93 minutes. Released by Twentieth Century Fox and DreamWorks Animation. On the surface, Trolls is a fairly innocuous film about being brave, being who […]
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Dec 24 2014

Into The Woods

When you’re as much of a fan of an established property that gets its own film adaptation, it’s often hard to step back and separate one from the other. 2012’s Les Misérables was given sweeping life with the full weight of a movie studio’s magic; however, on repeat views, it falls a little short trying […]
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