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My favorite animals are Cats (I love Lions,Tigers and Black Leopards), Bats, Deer, Rabbits, Foxes and Sea Mammals (Seals,Sea Otters and Whales). My favorite cartoon characters are Bugs Bunny, Tweety, Pepe le Pew, Speedy Gonzales, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Betty Boop. As for movies, I am an animation buff...mostly 2D. And I do love literary films (films based on books), especially based on books I have. My favorite movies are:
The Adventures of Marco Polo,
The Adventures of Robin Hood,
The Wizard of OZ,
Cat People (1942),
Song of The South,
The Three Musketeers (1948),
The Red Shoes (1948),
The 7th Voyage of Sinbad,
The Raven (1963),
Son of a Gunfighter (1965),
Romeo & Juliet (1968),
Clash of The Titans,
A Nightmare on Elm Street,
Tim Burton's Batman (and Batman Returns),
The Lord of The Rings series,
Disney's Tuck Everlasting,
Pirates of the Caribbean series,
The Last Samurai,
The Phantom of the Opera (2004),
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,
Memoirs of a Geisha,
Pride & Prejuidce (2005),
The Chronicles of Narnia series,
The Spiderwick Chronicles,
College Road Trip,
The Sorcerer's Apprentice,
Red Riding Hood,
John Carter of Mars
The Story of the Fox (1930),
Fleischer's Gulliver's Travels,
The Singing Princess (1949),
Disney's Alice in Wonderland,
Disney's Peter Pan,
Disney's Lady & The Tramp,
The Snow Queen (1957),
Panda and the Magic Serpent (1958),
Disney's Sleeping Beauty,
Disney's The Sword in The Stone,
The Monkey King (1965),
Disney's The Jungle Book,
Puss in Boots (1969),
The Phantom Tollbooth,
Disney's Robin Hood,
The Humpbacked Horse (1975),
Ralph Bakshi's Wizards,
Disney's The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh,
The Wild Swans (1977),
Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure,
Dot and the Kangaroo,
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1978),
Nezha Conquers the Dragon King (1979),
The Sea Prince and the Fire Child,
Son of the White Mare (1981),
The Secret of NIMH,
The Last Unicorn,
Nausicca of The Valley of Wind,
Disney's The Black Cauldron,
An American Tail,
Laputa: Castle in The Sky,
The Wind in the Willows (1987),
Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland,
Disney's The Little Mermaid,
The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship (1990),
The Nutcracker Prince,
The Princess and the Goblin,
The Halloween Tree,
David Copperfield (1993),
Disney's The Lion King,
The Swan Princess,
Catnapped! The Movie (1995),
The Thief and The Cobbler,
Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame,
Quest for Camelot,
The Cat's Return,
Disney's Treasure Planet,
Disney's Brother Bear,
Howl's Moving Castle,
Disney's Home on The Range,
Asterix and the Vikings,
The Secret of Kells,
Kung Fu Panda,
The Tale of Despereaux,
Wonder Woman (2009),
Fantastic Mr. Fox,
Disney's The Princess and The Frog,
How to Train Your Dragon,
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole,
Disney's Winnie the Pooh (2011),
The Adventures of Tintin,
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax,
Disney's Wreck-It Ralph,
Rise of the Guardians,
Disney's Frozen. My favorite TV shows are:
Osamu Tekuza's Kimba The White Lion,
Osamu Tekuza's Princess Knight,
Scooby Doo, Where Are You?,
Little House on the Prairie,
Garfield and Friends,
Nest's Animated Stories from the Bible,
Disney's The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh,
Record of Lodoss War,
Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1994),
Sonic the Hedgehog (SATAM),
The Vision of Escaflowne,
Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch,
Romeo x Juliet,
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
The Green Promise (1949)
A heartfelt, rare movie for the family
Here is another rare movie I have found on YouTube and loved. As a woman living on a farm is another reason I love this movie, being that it's about a widower Matthews by last name, and his four children trying to put a farm together. But of course Mr. Matthews wouldn't listen to advice from neighbours. That is all I know, folks.
You know, I do admit Matthews was an a**-hole thought-out the beginning and middle of the movie. But to me, with Deborah's (the eldest daughter)...snarky attitude (?) at the beginning, I thought she didn't want to live on the farm; of course I was wrong. So anyway, I thought this film is a heartfelt, rare movie for the family to see and that is all I have to say; I wish it was on DVD.
Strange Magic (2015)
An awesome whimsical, madcap jukebox musical fantasy
From Star Wars' George Lucas comes a whimsical, madcap jukebox musical fantasy that is awesome. After watching the trailer, I was so psyched about seeing this movie. But it was out before I could see it at theaters. Well I had pre-ordered the movie on DVD, and after watching the movie I thought it was awesome! The story is very different from regular fairy tales. It basically about two fairy princess sisters, their notions on love and a love potion made by the Sugar Plum Fairy.
I really consider this movie so criminally underrated! It has beautiful animation and it's a great music; I really love their version of "Three Little Birds" and "I Can't Help Myself ". The film even teaches that love isn't skin deep, which I didn't mind at all. I really love Princess Dawn & Sunny the elf, they are a cute match. So overall, I love this movie despite the negativity.
The Hopeful Donkey (1943)
Paul Terry plus Grimm
I had watched Paul Terry cartoons on YouTube (through my smart TV of course). And this cartoon became one of my favorites. It is basically an adaptation of the Grimm's fairy-tale "The Bremen Town Musicians," with only two robbers (anthro wolves), the addition of Aesop's Goose that Lay the Golden Eggs and a surprise at the end, which if I tell you it would spoil things.
I love this cartoon because I love fairy-tales even though I'm 30 years old. And I love this version of "Bremen Town." Also I love the story's narrator. I wish I know who he is. Overall, this cartoon is really good.
Shi san mei (1969)
An excellent martial-arts film with fast-paced action and a little hint of comedy
I personally blame The Forbidden Kingdom and Kung Fu Panda for loving martial arts films. But in a good way, and after watching the BBC documentary "Wild China," I am starting love China (despite all that is going on there) and Japan. Whenever I am at Wal-Mart, I would start buying martial arts films on DVD from Fusian Films; I had bought 4.
In this classic martial arts film (featuring plenty of swordplay and fast-paced fighting), An Chi a young clumsy,skiddish scholar was taking money to bail out his falsely accused father. He was also rescued from bandits by a swordswoman in red named Yu Feng, who is looking to avenge her parents' death and save her 12 sisters from an evil lord and using them to create his own personal harem. So the two team up and An wants be Yu Feng's student in martial arts. Also he was also starting to fall for the deadly " 13th Sister," though she thinks of him a nerd, and even trying setting him up with the daughter of a small family they had rescued along the way.
So, after watching this film a few times, I thought this is an excellent film with fast-paced action and a hint of comedy. And I don't have a favorite scene (as I said many times), because I love the WHOLE film from beginning to end.
Rare romantic treasure for Charles Boyer fans
Here's a rare Charles Boyer film I recently discovered on YouTube (through my smart TV), and I really love it. The story is about the relationship between Barbara Howard an American society girl and Dmitri Koslov a half-bred man with a secret of his parentage that is threatening.
I love those love stories where prejudice often gets in the way of romance. Why "prejudice"? Watch this film and you'll know why; I don't want to get out spoilers. You know, I thought Charles Boyer and Loretta Young's performances were spot on. So anyway, I thought this film is one of the best romance films ever made, and a rare treasure for Charles Boyer fans.
Top favorite from UPA
Now this is a cartoon from UPA (known for the Mr. Magoo cartoons) I had never seen before. Until I watched it on YouTube that is and it was really good.
This cartoon is based on one of favorite children's book - Madeline. Now in my personal opinion, I really think UPA did very well with adapting the book. It is like Bemelmans' original illustrations from the book come to life. Now here's a tidbit: The cartoon marks the first time the story has been ever adapted on screen.
So overall, I really love this cartoon, and it's a top favorite from UPA.
The Secret Life of Pets (2016)
A great animated film for all pet lovers
I got curious about this movie after seeing the trailers. Then my mom and I saw it in the theatre; I thought it is another great animated movie of the year. Also Max & Gidget are my favorite characters.
The story is about Max living a good life in his New York apartment with his beloved owner Katie. That is until Katie brings home a big, shaggy stray name Duke, who Max thought is trying to muscle in on his happy home. One day during a walk with the dog-walker, the resentive Duke tricks Max into travelling far into the city, and they are attacked by a feral cat gang in an alley. The cats remove Max and Duke's collars and the dogs are caught by the city's Animal Control. Fortunately the two dogs were saved by a rogue band called "The Flushed Pets". That is all I could tell you folks.
I don't have a favorite scene (as I said many times), because I love the whole film from beginning to end. I also love the movie's humor and great animation. One more thing to point out is that Max was so cute as a puppy! So overall, this is a great film for all pet lovers.
Three Lazy Mice (1935)
Top favorite Walter Lantz cartoon
Now this is a Walter Lantz cartoon I had never seen before, until I watched it on YouTube and I love it. This short set in a "mousey" kingdom, where three lazy little mice pretend to be blind to get out of their king's order for them to do work. But soon the trio's facade gets them into trouble.
I love this cartoon for it's animation. I really didn't care about the colouring. Also I don't mind it's moral. The one thing I didn't get is why there is a desert outside Mouseville's gate while within Mouseville there is a forest. Anyway, I really love this Walter Lantz cartoon, it's my top favorite cartoon that doesn't feature Woody Woodpecker or Andy Panda.
The Blue Bird (1940)
A really beautiful and very sweet film
I had watched the middle and ending of this film on TV one December; I think it was last year. After watching it I have found this film really beautiful and very sweet. Based on a children's play about a sister and brother Mytyl (Shirley Temple) & Tyltyl, who are visited by a fairy Berylune one night to find "the bluebird of happiness," along with Tylo the bulldog and Tylette the cat and a lantern transformed by Berylune's magic. Throughout the journey, Mytyl's bratty attitude starts to change.
I was quite intrigued with the original play/story after watching the version starring Sanrio's "Little Twin Stars" who are a pair of angel-like characters named Lala (sister) and Kiki (brother). Now I'm thinking of reading it; if I could find it. Well overall, I love the whole film and it's lesson about appreciating what you have - an age-old lesson that I don't mind at all. I found this film is a wonderful production. It's too bad it had a disappointing box-office performance.
Hime-chan no Ribbon (1992)
Another adorable anime with a wonderful story and animation
This series is another adorable "magic girl" anime I love. I vaguely remember watching the first two episodes online; I just didn't remember when. But I am fortunate to watch the whole series on YouTube.
Anyway, the story goes like this: 12-year-old, tomboyish Himeko Nonohara was visited one night by a pretty girl who looks just exactly like her with flowing hair. Her name is Erika and she is a princess from a magic kingdom quite similar to the one in "Sally the Witch." She had come to give Himeko a magic ribbon/bracelet she had made for her to try out. For the testing of a magical invention made by a member of the royal family is part of a test to qualify for the throne. Well the ribbon gives Hime the power to change into somebody, so long as she stands in front of a mirror. The ribbon also makes Hime's cherish stuffed lion Pokota come to life to help her in many misadventures that follow. So, that is all I could you folks.
I really love the friendship Hime shares with Pokota and Erika; I thought it's so sweet. So all in all, I love every bit of this adorable series with it's wonderful story and animation. I hope someday it would be released on North American DVD.