Space Jam: A New Legacy Review

That’s not all, folks! 25 years after the release of the original Space Jam, a sequel has finally dribbled its way into theaters. Michael Jordan and the original filmmakers have long moved on, but A New Legacy sees a new generation of creators and athletes attempting to recreate some of the laughs and excitement that... Continue Reading →

Toy Story 4 Review

Just when you thought play time was over, Toy Story is back. Nine years after concluding their critically-acclaimed and widely-popular animated trilogy, Pixar has produced yet another emotional capper to a masterful series of films that already had one. While inessential and unasked for, Toy Story 4 is another rousing instant classic up to par... Continue Reading →

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Review

Lego 2 isn't a master-piece, but mostly everything still locks into place. If there’s any value to building a movie franchise based on the mere prospect of selling more toys, then the Lego movies are as good as they come. Hasbro could learn a thing or two from Warner Animation’s blockbuster series inspired by building... Continue Reading →

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation Review

It's Halloween during the summer this year as Hotel Transylvania returns for some fun in the sun with Adam Sandler’s Dracula and the rest of his spooky crew heading out on a ghostly cruise to scare up some laughs. If you’ve seen Sony Pictures Animation’s previous installments, then you should know mostly what to expect:... Continue Reading →

Incredibles 2 Review

After 14 long years, the Incredibles sequel has finally arrived. A large portion of millennials who were growing up during the period the first film was produced have children of their own now, and those fans are sure to tear up the box office this weekend as parents and kids clamor to revisit the quintessential... Continue Reading →

Isle of Dogs Review

Following a four-year absence, cinema’s auteur of fastidious oddity has finally returned. Off the heels of his most successful breakthrough yet into the mainstream and Hollywood elite with his Best Picture-nominated The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson makes his sophomore foray into the meticulous realm of stop motion with the both amusing and topical Isle... Continue Reading →

Ferdinand Review

It’s only fitting that a year characterized by meager animation releases is capped off with a film that is only minimally acceptable. Ignoring extreme exceptions such as Coco or The Emoji Movie, 2017’s CG offerings have relegated to the stale middle ground of the likes of Cars 3 and Despicable Me 3. Set as bold... Continue Reading →

Coco Review

Now that’s the Pixar I know. After a string of subpar entries including Cars 3, the studio returns to form with a film representative of the poise and technical wizardry the genre authorities have built a reputation on. Coco is a reverent tribute to Mexican cultural traditions that simultaneously elevates Hispanic heritage, and delivers a festive... Continue Reading →

The Lego Ninjago Movie Review

The second sequel to 2014’s inventive and exhilarating The Lego Movie offers much of the same colorful exuberance of its predecessors, though it’s clear that much of the novelty that made the original such a surprise is beginning to stretch itself thin. If you’re game for some dazzling animation and a chuckle here and there,... Continue Reading →

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