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|8 reviews in total|
I remember watching when I was 12. It was August and I was sitting in my
apartment with a famous chef (OK, so he really wasn't that famous, but he
was well known) and I began watching TV. I saw it. It started out
and at the end, we were bawling with laughter.
I recommend this to anyone with a twisted sense of humor!
When I started watching this show, I had no idea about what was going on
I understand it completely: Whatever a boy imagines, the pig helps bring
life. It has a endless amount of visual gags and it's never
My rating: 13\10
When I was seven, I spend most of my time watching Bill Nye the Science Guy.
He made science a lot simpler for me and I could easily understand what does
what and other things (like how far the nearest star is outside of the solar
system or how a CD works). Now that his show is now on Thursday from
midnight to two in the morning on Friday on Noggin as part of Cable in the
Classroom, I try my best to stay up long enough to set up my VCR to record
the 4 episodes shown in that time.
It had a lot of good humor (The kind that wouldn't translated well in certain countries due to grammar differences) and an equal amount of visual aids to simplify the lectures. It still rocks after all these years
Rating: 13 out of 10
ChalkZone first was a cartoon short series on Oh Yeah! Cartoons, which then
became a NickToon. This show follows an elementary school boy artist named
Rudy who has a special talent: he can draw a portal on a chalkboard and
enter the world dubbed appropriately "ChalkZone". Once in ChalkZone, Rudy
has the ability to interact with drawing that were once on chalkboards and
have been erased. This show has a lot to do with the childhood theory of
where drawings go after they are erased as well as teamwork to stop even the
This show was one of the more funnier ones than anything that any network could try and produce and that's no lie!
When I saw the commercials, I thought the show would have been a waste of
money, but I loved it! The show takes place on Earth at a point where aliens
are likely to take over Earth and three martians are sent to conquer Earth,
but they decided to take the "eat, drink and be merry" theory to the
extremes while sending phony reports to their emperor and at all costs avoid
dotcom alien hunter Stoat Muldoon (voiced by movie legend Robert Stack).
This kids' show is funny to me and I'm 14 years old!
I noticed a lot of bad reviews from this show and I think that this show doesn't deserve them...So what if the show getting bed reviews? I LOVE IT! It makes being flogged with 5 copies of the Sunday newspaper from hardcore Invader Zim fans seem worthwhile.
"Peace and Equality...Let's live together, let's live in harmony!"
I remembered when I was seven, I picked out a video at the rental store
was different and funny...When I was halfway through the tape, I was
on the floor laughing my butt off...It was funny because it featured a
with a dream (Opus), which was ironic that he wishes to fly because he is
Anyway...This movie is one of the greatest of off-beat holiday specials...You'll have to see for yourself...
When I saw this film, it reminded me of all the greatest dreams i had
(mostly filled with robots)
I can relate to Eledore's problems and I have a similarity to Shiro, and this is a great film to watch (if you're a Goth who is bitter and eccentric like me!). All in all, watch it before it's out of print!
When I was little, I watched it every time I was sad and afterwards I would be happy. Now that I'm a teenager, I still have the temptation to watch it even though my social status would be wrecked. The animator had a good sense of humor that makes even the toughest goth laugh.. I should know because I'm one of them. If you haven't watched it, you're missing out on funny jokes and cute designs..