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Review: “Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time” – The Witching Hour

by Grant Whiteon May 18, 2018
Little Witch Academia is a Japanese animated series created by Studio Trigger. The series is a pastiche of the likes of Harry Potter and The Worst Witch; in a version of our world where magic is an openly known if considered archaic force, young Japanese girl Akko thrills to the stage shows of the witch […]

Doc McStuffins Will End After 5 Seasons

by slaion April 9, 2018
Disney has cancelled Doc McStuffins after 5 seasons.  Lara Jill Miller, the voice of Lambie on Doc McStuffins, posted in her Instagram account last week that the series will end with season 5 which just finished recording its final episode. Yesterday marked the end of an era – I recorded my last episode of our last […]

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Review: “Coco” – Music Is Life

by Weathermanon March 14, 2018
After 6 years and more awards that you can fit in a guitar case, Disney/Pixar’s Coco finally lands on Blu-ray/DVD. Should you buy it? Do you like good moves? Do you like Pixar movies? Do you like good Pixar movies? Ok, self-answering question, but yes, yes you should buy this. Whatever teething troubles Coco had […]

Thomas and Friends Moves to Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. Starting March 12, 2018

by slaion February 28, 2018
ALL ABOARD! ALL-NEW SEASON OF BELOVED PRESCHOOL SERIES, THOMAS & FRIENDS, ROLLS ONTO NICKELODEON WITH HOUR-LONG SPECIAL “THE ADVENTURE BEGINS,” PREMIERING MONDAY, MARCH 12, AT 10 A.M. (ET/PT) Nickelodeon welcomes the iconic series Thomas & Friends to its roster of preschool hits with the acclaimed hour-long special, “The Adventure Begins,” debuting Monday, March 12, at […]

Mulaka Launch Trailer

by Alex Beanon February 27, 2018
The terrain of Mexico is on display in the launch trailer for “Mulaka” a 3D action-adventure game focusing on the Tarahumara as you become a Tarahumara shaman fighting corruption across the land…    
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“‘Coco’ Day in L.A.” to be Celebrated on February 27, 2018

by Ed Liuon February 23, 2018
L.A. CITY COUNCILMEMBER GIL CEDILLO TO DECLARE “COCO DAY IN L.A.” Honoring Disney•Pixar’s Coco, 2018 Academy AwardÒ Nominee for Best Animated Feature Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles City Councilmember Gil Cedillo, First District, will declare “‘Coco’ Day in L.A.” at City Hall on Tuesday, February 27, 2018, honoring Disney•Pixar’s critically-acclaimed animated feature film “Coco.” […]

Jenny Slate to Voice Miss Nanny in Muppet Babies Reboot Premiering March 2018

by slaion February 7, 2018
JENNY SLATE TO VOICE ICONIC ROLE OF MISS NANNY IN DISNEY JUNIOR’S HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED ANIMATED SERIES, ‘MUPPET BABIES,’ PREMIERING THIS MARCH ON DISNEY CHANNEL Jenny Slate (Disney’s Academy Award(R)-winning Zootopia) will voice the iconic role of Miss Nanny in Disney Junior’s reimagined Muppet Babies, premiering this March on Disney Channel. Slate will bring to life the […]
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Review: “Ferdinand” – Are Those Flowers I Smell or Something Else?

by Ed Liuon December 14, 2017
The Story of Ferdinand easily earns its place in the canon of classic children’s literature, due to Munro Leaf’s gentle, unobtrusive message mated to Robert Lawson’s delightfully expressive illustrations. The book is wonderful but exceptionally short (and was already successfully adapted as an animated short film by no less than Walt Disney two years after […]

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Review: “Cars 3” Blu-ray Reaches the Front of the Pack

by Classic Speedyon November 20, 2017
Cars 3, much like the main character in it, did some soul-searching. The first Cars, while a fairly predictable film in its storytelling, worked due to its main character’s development, the large and varied cast, the re-imagining of an ordinarily human world as a cars-only world, and its worthwhile moral. The second film went in […]
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Pixar’s Coco Sets All-Time Box Office Record In Mexico

by Peter Paltridgeon November 15, 2017
How will Pixar’s latest film Coco do at the US box office this Thanksgiving? It’s already out somewhere else…what do the results tell us? Coco won’t open in the US for another week, but it premiered in Mexico first — and they ate it up. One Wednesday the animated feature earned over 827 million pesos, […]