• Zootopia



    Link: letterboxd.com/1006264/list/the-great-disney-watch-through/

    Honestly, this didn’t seem as good as the first time I watched it.. It felt more artificial, stereotypical, and cliché than I remembered, and the plot was weak and repetitious. However, the jokes were funny, the characters were well rounded, the world-building was original, and I loved what they did with the design. And although some of the emotional scenes didn’t work, others did, such as the ending. Overall, I can't say that this movie doesn't have flaws—it’s kind of a mixed bag for me—but I still do like it.

  • Rabbit Hood

    Rabbit Hood


    That ending completely broke every law of reality possible, but it was really funny.

  • The Grey Hounded Hare

    The Grey Hounded Hare


    I wanted Bugs to find out that all his dreams of love are destroyed, but alas, the writers were too kind.

    Edit: Wow, this review sounds so weird if you haven't seen the cartoon.

  • Roman Legion-Hare

    Roman Legion-Hare


    I love the expression of Yosemite Sam when he figures out he's absolutely going to get mauled to death.

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!


    Tick Tick Boom is an unusual musical. The narration doesn’t always make sense, and the plot is kind of all over the place. But man, is it good. The songs are absolutely fantastic, the jokes are hilarious, the characters are beautifully crafted, and the emotional moments are incredibly powerful. The only thing holding me back is that the beginning is slow and the film takes time to get going. But other than that, everything is pretty much perfect.

  • Pavarotti



    Very interesting and entertaining. It starts out just being an informative documentary, but it gets better as it goes on, and finishes as a touching and emotional tribute. It definitely had some weak parts, but the strong parts compensate. Overall, a fantastic film.

  • A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

    A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving


    It isn't a holiday without Charlie Brown.

  • Big Hero 6

    Big Hero 6


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Link: letterboxd.com/1006264/list/the-great-disney-watch-through/

    Yeah, I'm not a big fan of this one. My original rating of this movie was 3.5 stars, but I can't really see why. It's honestly kind of bad. The emotional stuff fell flat, and the action was cartoony and artificial. Even the comedy didn't work for me. Baymax was pretty funny, but all the other characters were just trash.

    But there's one thing they should've done that would have made me give…

  • To Beep or Not to Beep

    To Beep or Not to Beep


    I don’t know if I'm a sadist, but I genuinely enjoy the Coyote’s eternal suffering.

  • Gonzales' Tamales

    Gonzales' Tamales


    Honestly, Speedy Gonzalez is kind of a jerk. But he is funny, so I'll give him a high rating.

  • Walky Talky Hawky

    Walky Talky Hawky


    I do like myself some Foghorn Leghorn.

  • Finch



    Wow, what a great film. I was expecting something jokey and fast-paced, but was pleasantly surprised to find it so gentle and tender. It relied on outstanding characters more than on spectacle and visual effects. Seriously, you know how much you’re caring for the characters when you are genuinely sweating when they are in danger. Tom Hanks does an absolutely fantastic job at portraying Finch, and his robot Jeff is also a well written and carefully crafted character. I could feel the effort put into this film, and I really respect that.