Coco: Bring The Family to The Beautiful Land of The Dead (Review)

Coco: Bring The Family to The Beautiful Land of The Dead (Review)

When I saw the preview for Coco I was a little worried that this going to be a rip-off of The Book Of Life.  For those of you who missed it or completely forgot immediately after watching it, The Book of Life was another animated movie about the Day of the Dead colors dialled right up to 11.  But the only good thing about The Book of Life was the Mexican Underworld, which I loved so much I didn’t want to admit my disappointment with that film.  Would Pixar be able to make a better movie from such a good location?  The answer is: Yes.  Good god yes, of course yes of course they did.  How could I have been worried? Read more

Pixar Strings Together Another Memorable Animated Movie with Coco (Review)

Pixar Strings Together Another Memorable Animated Movie with Coco (Review)

2017 certainly has been a down year for animated movies. While there have been a number of animated movies released throughout the year, quantity has far outweighed quality. As such, it’s certainly shown in diminishing box office numbers for almost all the animated movies released this year (minus Despicable Me 3). Luckily however, as far as animated movies are concerned, 2017 is going out on a high note with Coco, the latest offering from Pixar Studios. After three straight lower caliber movies (The Good Dinosaur, Finding Dory, Cars 3) from the well-respected animation studio, Coco is more of what we’ve come to expect from Pixar over the years. Thanks to the movie’s uniquely told story, respect to culture, beautiful animation, and catchy, original music, Coco is another noteworthy winner from Pixar.

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Cars 3: Driven to Win is Deeper & More Difficult Than I Anticipated but Still Built for The Kids (Review)

Cars 3: Driven to Win is Deeper & More Difficult Than I Anticipated but Still Built for The Kids (Review)

Cars 3: Driven to Win picks up after the final big race in the upcoming Cars 3, and offers an all-new high-speed competition that is filled with both familiar and new faces.  Players will be able to take the driver’s seat and set out in action-packed adventures as they join Lightning McQueen and Cruz Ramirez in preparation to take on rival racer Jackson Storm. The game is available now on all consoles! Read more

Cars 3: Driven to Win Launches Today with Over 20 Playable & Customizable Racers to Choose From

Cars 3: Driven to Win Launches Today with Over 20 Playable & Customizable Racers to Choose From

[Press Release] Cars 3: Driven to Win picks up after the final big race in the upcoming Cars 3, and offers an all-new high-speed competition that is filled with both familiar and new faces.  Players will be able to take the driver’s seat and set out in action-packed adventures as they join Lightning McQueen and Cruz Ramirez in preparation to take on rival racer Jackson Storm.  With over 20 customizable playable characters to choose from, including popular heroes from the Cars franchise and next generation racers, and more than 20 unique tracks across 13 iconic race environments from the film, Cars 3: Driven to Win allows players to customize their racing adventure and discover a variety of possible experiences through its replayability. Read more

Cars 3: Driven to Win Gameplay Trailer Highlights Battles, Stunts, Playground Mode & More

Cars 3: Driven to Win Gameplay Trailer Highlights Battles, Stunts, Playground Mode & More
[Press Release] Buckle up for some high-octane action! Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released a more in-depth look at the action packed gameplay of Cars 3: Driven to Win, the upcoming competitive racing game inspired by Disney•Pixar’s Cars 3. The deep dive gameplay trailer shows off beloved characters such as Lightning McQueen and Cruz Ramirez, and new rival racer Jackson Storm battling to become the Ultimate Champions. Read more

Finding Dory: Little Dory Was Hella Cute, So When She Was Sad I Just Teared Up on Reflex [Review]

Finding Dory: Little Dory Was Hella Cute, So When She Was Sad I Just Teared Up on Reflex [Review]

How nice it is to finally see a movie that isn’t a comic book or video game.  It’s been a while.  I don’t remember Finding Nemo at all, except that I’d been impressed by it.  I’d meant to see it again for context but I didn’t, so Finding Dory has to stand on its own.  And it really did.  Finding Dory was strong on all levels, it was beautiful and touching and funny and fun.  I liked the writing, the acting and, most of all, the visuals. Read more

First Finding Dory Trailer Debuts from Disney Pixar & Director Andrew Stanton

First Finding Dory Trailer Debuts from Disney Pixar & Director Andrew Stanton

From Disney Pixar and director Andrew Stanton comes the sequel to the beloved animated classic Finding Nemo — Finding Dory. Starring Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olson, Ty Burrell, Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton the film hits theaters June 17, 2016.

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