Growing up I watched a lot of cartoons but one of my absolute favourite cartoon characters of all time has been Bugs Bunny. He’s witty, smart and funny and earlier this year, he turned 80.
Going into this film, I didn’t know what to expect, I watched the first trailer released for the film and the film looked good.
After 42 years, the Skywalker saga has come to a close after nine films with the last one being The Rise of Skywalker.
When Frozen released back in 2013, it soon became an instant hit to become the #1 animated film of all-time grossing more than $1.28 billion in its theatrical run. Fast forward to 2019, when Disney releases Frozen 2 and the film surpasses the first’s box office gross with an estimated $1.447 billion to date.
Toy Story has been one of those film series that I’ve literally grown up with. The first film was one of the first movies I watched as a kid. Toy Story also helped usher in a new era of movie-making with 3D animated films created by computers instead of traditionally animated films.
Since their debut in the 1960s, The Beatles have been considered as one of the most influential bands of all time. But what if the band never came to fruition? That’s the premise for Universal Pictures’ film called Yesterday.
Part of the journey is the end. After 22 films over the past 11 years, the Infinity Saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to a close.
Pokémon has been around since 1996 and it no longer just encompasses games, there are now animated series, comics & mangas and with the release of Detective Pikachu, there’s no the live-action film that is a first for the franchise.
While superheroes are all the rage these days when it comes to movies, with the most successful ones being part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. On the other end, films based on DC characters haven’t had as great of reception.
One of the most interesting aspects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is how character origin films each have a different tone or set in a different time period.