Star Command is directly in the path of an asteroid field. Buzz and the Rangers respond to the emergency and start to destroy the asteroids...but they keep on coming. The asteroids appear to be under...
This spin-off to Disney's Hercules follows Herc's many labors during the years he spent training how to be a hero under the tutelage of satyr Philoctetes. Olympian Gods and Goddesses as well as Hades and Pegasus often visit him.
Aladdin, the clever hero of Agrabah, continues his adventures with the help of his fiancee Princess Jasmine, his pet monkey Abu, Magic Carpet, Iago the greedy parrot, and of course his best friend the semi-cosmic Genie.
The villains from the popular animated Disney films are gathered at the House of Mouse with plans to take over. Soon, the villains take over the house and kick out Mickey, Donald and Goofy.... See full summary »
The further (animated) adventures of Buzz Lightyear of "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2." Buzz, along with fellow Star Command Rangers Mira Nova, Booster, and XR, fight to keep the universe safe from the evil clutches of Emperor Zurg and his henchman, Warp Darkmatter. Written by
The last shot of the opening CG sequence, where Buzz lands in front of the TV, varies in some episodes. Among the alternate actions are: landing on Bullseye, knocking over the other characters with his wings, getting knocked over by RC and Wheezy, confronting the Emperor Zurg action figure, smashing into the television screen, and doing John Travolta's disco move from Saturday Night Fever. See more »
Ever since my four-year-old son saw Toy Story, he's loved Buzz Lightyear. So, when we got the Buzz Lightyear of Star Command video and saw that there was going to be a television show based off the video, I knew I was going to have to watch it. Even though the Toy Story movies were great, after watching them for the five hundredth time, they got old, so I wasn't really looking forward to the series (even though my son couldn't wait).
When the show premiered, though, I was more than pleasantly surprised. It was good. I actually look forward to my daily dose of Buzz Lightyear. The show is faithful to the Buzz Lightyear franchise, and has plenty of jokes in it that can keep even a grown up entertained and laughing. Plus, there have been plenty of episodes, so I don't see the same ones that often, even though my son watches them every day.
Part of the reason I like this show so much is that Patrick Warburton (David Puddy of Seinfeld fame) plays Buzz Lightyear. He does an excellent job with the character. In fact, I think he does at least as good, if not better, a job as Tim Allen did in the movies. His nemesis, The Evil Emperor Zurg, is played by Wayne Knight (Newman from Seinfeld), and the chemistry is great.
There also have been numerous guest voices, ranging from Eric Idle to Ricardo Montalbán, making the show that much more enjoyable.
The show is great fun, for the whole family.
9 of 10 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?