Category: Comedy

Central Intelligence (2016)

Does comedy need to essentially have an engaging plot or just the level energy to keep the audience engaged? I have done this long enough to say that keeping the interest irrespective of the genre is a focal factor to the...

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The Angry Birds Movie (2016)

 Video games today have now moved from home consoles, to phones. And one of the most popular games that people play on their phones is a little game called Angry Birds where one pulls cartoonish birds to attack pigs. So, someone...

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Ratchet & Clank (2016)

 Movies that are made about video games usually tend to under-perform for the studios; both critically and financially, these movies do not live to meet expectations. Usually, these video game adaptations are done in live...

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Deadpool

Director: Tim Miller Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Ed Skerin, Gina Carino, Stefan Kapicic, Brianna Hildebrand, Jed Rees Released: 12th February   The first superhero...

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Zootopia (2016)

 For the Walt Disney Company, making a movie featuring anthropomorphic characters is risky. The first attempt was 1973’s “Robin Hood”, and that turned out alright. Then came 2005’s “Chicken Little”, which turned out...

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Dumbo (1941)

 Walt Disney thrived on bringing memorable stories that would, in turn, become easily recognizable among the general public. By turning interesting ideas and concepts into a profit, Walt and his team of animators delivered some...

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Deadpool (2016)

 Superheroes take themselves very seriously, with dark tales of heroics being given to the audience to make them think about their actions. And then we have Deadpool, who basically gives the middle finger to every superhero out...

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A League of Their Own (1992)

 Not many people know this, but there was a time that women played baseball. During WWII, it was heavily debated that the sport of baseball was almost shut down due to the male players being drafted into the war. Luckily, it was...

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The Jungle Book (1967)

 Walt Disney was a man who believed in creating enjoyable and entertaining experiences that everyone could enjoy. Sadly, when he died, a huge loss of creativity was taken from the world as literally everyone mourned his tragic...

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The Peanuts Movie

In 1950, United Feature Syndicate decided to gamble with an unknown Minneapolis born cartoonist named Charles Monroe Schulz, and his premiere comic strip “Li’l Folks.” They changed the name to...

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The Peanuts Movie

 Nearly 65 years ago, artist Charles M. Schulz created a comic strip called ‘Peanuts’ that has endured through many generations. Sadly, Schultz has passed to not see ‘Peanuts’ enter the new millennium,...

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