The bounty hunter has lately infused The Clone Wars with some much-needed threat, now that its main evils, such as General Grievous, have been unmasked as mostly comic relief.
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies packs more heroes, action and political satire into a couple hours of entertainment than either icon’s animated series did in the course of several seasons.
From Buckaroo Banzai to SpongeBob SquarePants, veteran actor Clancy Brown has brought a long string of compelling characters to life on TV and movie screens.
A fitting distillation of the filmmaker’s ecological awareness.
The Iron Giant is beyond naivete or political correctness. It’s a hilarious, tear-jerking and sci-fantastic analysis.
Mrs. Manface, who sports a five o’clock shadow while kissing her (his?) cherubic hubby.
“I wanted it to have that love in there. I wanted to write the last Batman with honor and love.”
Wonder Woman is an ancient goddess with a sexualized back story.
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It takes nerve to craft a horror story about children in this day and age.
The heroic robot of Iron Giant spends the entirety of the film creating an identity by finding out what he is not: A weapon of mass destruction
The actual band that performed Little Tibia and the Fibias’ most excellent “The Mummy” has yet to be identified.
“Anywhere else, you would have a conversation on how unacceptable this is,” Richter explains. “But a fan of the absurd would say, ‘Where do we start?’“
you gotta have the yang with the yin. Miyazaki’s films always have both, and Spirited Away is one of his finest.