Well, since I owed my viewers a Captain Planet episode review, I figured I should get back into it. What happens when a 90’s PSA cartoon confronts an issue of the first world by placing it in the third world? I get political, that’s what. Oh, and bonus politics afterward with an OMG Spoilers review from earlier this year. Continue reading →
I must apologize for this one. Even though I put in quite a bit of time, I didn’t really put in enough in my eyes. Perhaps as I gain more experience, I will revisit these old reviews for reshoots, but I’ve got a bit of a deadline for the next one.
So, RayEarth. It would be silly to call this a black eye on the franchise, since this barely qualifies as an entry. Abandon Hope, friends.
Feeling a bit sick this week, and have some work schedule conflicts, so no new Midnight review. Instead, here are the previous two. First up, Spy Kids 4, where I find a few things funny in the movie and thus enjoy the (objectively bad) experience:
And secondly, Guillermo Del Toro’s Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. Beware the spoilers and bitching about why I hate horror films. Oh, and go see this one, it’s not bad.