I thought that was a pretty funny review for The Pebble and the Penguin. I did enjoy his reactions to the nonsensical songs, especially with the West Ice Story joke and the over the top reaction to the buddy song, the "I came to lose my virginity" line and the final image of the Penguin from Batman Returns staring with Pebbles from The Flintstones. Based on what I remember from seeing the whole movie and this review, I agreed with NC's statement that this is the least worst out of all of Don Bluth's bad films. Sure, it's pretty cliched, there are quite a few songs here and most of the characters don't seem that interesting, but I thought it was kind of cute and fun when I first saw it. There are better movies for kids out there, but I still think that this one is fairly decent at least. As for Anastasia, I never really understood the immense dislike for the movie that I've often heard about. After looking that Nostalgia Chick's review of it, the flaws are more visible, especially copying the Disney Princess kind of story, but I remember enjoying it whenever I watched it. I'm not sure if I watched it in theaters, but I definitely saw it a couple of times on Cartoon Network at least. It was a fun story and most of the songs were nice too. I actually enjoyed Todd's review for Hannha Montana the movie. His reaction and sarcastic tone made quite a few hilarious moments. I know that the blond wig is suppose to be like Clark Kent's glasses, but at least Clark and Superman don't act and possibly sound exactly the same. I didn't quite understand his hatred towards the actor who plays Oliver, especially since I like his voice acting work on Phineas and Ferb and I thought he did a pretty decent job in Hatching Pete, but I just went with it. My other favorite moments were when he complained that the mall would actually help their community financially, his reaction to that dance number, Lilly being able to pass herself as Hannah Montana with just the wig and realizing the psychological ramifications of leading this double life. I was also kind of surprised with the way they handled the ending. After going through an on-stage emotional break-down, revealing her secret to practically the world, given that there were reporters and probably the whole town there, and singing the song that she worked on, the whole community wanted Miley to keep being Hannah. That did feel like they valued her fake identity more than her true one. I'm sure it was just a way to keep the idea of a fourth season possible for the TV series since I don't think it was renewed before the movie came out, but that's still a pretty forced way to keep that possibility open. Besides, Miley having to deal with not having that secret life might have worked for a fourth season, but I've never watched much of the show, so I'm not completely sure about that.