2 items from 2012
Happy Father's Day to all the readers celebrating their dad today whether or not he's a movie-lover. Especially big props go out to the proud papa readers out there raising their own movie-mad tots. (Please tell me you're starting them young! If so, I approve.)
Today is my first father's day without my own dad so to distract me from this distressing realization which ruined an otherwise wonderful morning chez moi, I wrote this impromptu brain vomit list. Feel free to share your own in the comments...
The royal clan in Brave (2012)
Thoughts I Had on the Six Most Recent Movie Dads Screened
I don't want to give too much away about Pixar's first "princess" movie, but let it suffice to say that I was very surprised that the Queen and not just the princess is so major in the narrative. It really is »
- NATHANIEL R
Beware the Batman – New Promo!
The Cartoon Network has announced its fall lineup, which features a total of seven new series that will make their debut; among them is Beware the Batman, a new take of the Dark Knight, and Ben 10: Omniverse, another series featuring Cartoon Network’s favorite character. Despite all the shows announced being technically new, they’re all rather familiar in some way or another. Beware the Batman and Ben 10: Omniverse are fairly good examples of what I’m talking about. They are new series, but not new intellectual properties.
Related: Beyond Dark Knight Rises, Beware The Batman!
Both actually have a lot in common. They will both feature new enemies for the title characters to face off against. That’s right, folks; Batman has an all new rogues gallery which include such new villains as Anarky, Professor Pyg, Mister Toad, and Magpie. »
- Brody Gibson
2 items from 2012
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