Tag Archives: Dreamworks

“Abominable” – come for the cute, stay for the adventure

“Woop!” Story: Young Yi (Chloe Bennet) is still grieving the loss of her father, even though her mother and Nai Nai have tried to console her. Yi keeps herself constantly busy, and secretly plays her father’s violin on the rooftop … Continue reading

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TrailerWatch: get a big dose of cute from “Abominable!”!

OMGOMGOMG how cuuuuute!  I just love big fuzzy animated things, don’t you? Synopsis! When teenage Yi (Chloe Bennet, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) encounters a young Yeti on the roof of her apartment building in Shanghai, she and her mischievous friends, Jin … Continue reading

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TrailerWatch: “HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HIDDEN WORLD” brings beards, love and a new Big Bad

OMGOMGOMG y’all – I love the HtTYD movies. Love them. Toothless is Best Dragon ever (all apologies, Puff, Smaug and Drogon.) But with this new trailer, there’s another adorable feline-esque flyer, the Light Fury. Look at her. LOOK AT HER. … Continue reading

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TrailerWatch: “The Boss Baby” tries to say “I Love You” for Valentine’s Day

Alec Baldwin as a Glengarry Glen…Baby?  Hey, stranger things have happened…cue Howard the Duck.  Still, it’s Dreamworks, so it’s gonna be gorgeous.  And Baldwin has been killing it as Trump on SNL. Synopsis! DreamWorks Animation and the director of Madagascar … Continue reading

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Baltimore Screening Pass-palooza Part 2: Home!

Okay y’all.  Loved you some Home passes?  Well, because you guys are awesome and stuff, the Powers That Be (picture superheroes without capes because No Capes, but still BAMF) have given me the temporary superpower of giving out passes for … Continue reading

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Movie Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2

Nutshell: I’d give How To Train Your Dragon 2 an A. An intelligent film that not only entertains without pandering to it’s audience, but manages the Empire Strikes Back-like superpower of being better than it’s already fabulous predecessor.  Grab some popcorn, swoon … Continue reading

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