Directed by Pete Docter — Screenplay by Pete Docter, Mike Jones, and Kemp Powers.
For years, critics all over the world have praised Pixar for their storytellers’ ability to make animated films that appeal to people of all ages. Often animated films will only reserve a couple of jokes to please parents and other adults, but Pixar tends to go the extra mile and provide us with films that enthrall both children and adults such as Coco, Up, and the Toy Story-films. However, with their latest film, Pete Doctor’s Soul, I think that Pixar has made an animated film that actually appeals more to adults than children. I have even had conversations with friends, who agree that Pixar’s latest great animated film actually feels like a film designed primarily for a grown-up audience. However, even though that could be true, Pete Docter’s Soul is yet another home run from an exceptional animation studio that is as good as it has ever been. Continue reading “REVIEW: Soul (2020)”→
Does the Academy have a plan B? I’m not sure. After the Kevin Hart fiasco, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences now find themselves without the host that they had originally selected. Some are suggesting that they should have no host this year, but I don’t like that idea — there has to be a host at the Oscars. So, let’s help the Academy out. Here are my top ten Oscar host suggestions. Continue reading “Next Oscar Host – Special Features #37”→
The following is a review of the fifth episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Expect some spoilers in the review.
Troll the respawn, Jeremy! – the fifth episode was instantly quotable, and featured some great hidden gems of comedy. In what was a surprisingly strong episode for all the main characters, drama and plot-movement were the key ingredients to a fun 23 minutes.
The following is a review of the fourth episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Expect some spoilers in the review.
Don’t cover up your problems. One of the biggest responsibilities of a sitcom is to be a stern moral guide, every single sitcom has those moments wherein they teach you about life. In the fourth episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt we’re taught how to deal with our problems, how we shouldn’t run from them – but fight through them.
The following is a review of the third episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Expect some spoilers in the review.
It’s been a mixed road so far for the new Netflix comedy. After a less-than-stellar second outing, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt still needs to find its footing.
This was a better episode than the last two, as it managed to make good use of every side of Kimmy – as well as have an entertaining B-plot. If you’ve read my reviews, you should know that I am very critical of the Titus character, but he really does a good job in this episode, as he teams up with Lillian – the landlord. Continue reading “REVIEW: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – “Kimmy Goes on a Date!””→
The following is a review of the second episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Expect some spoilers in the review.
Heads up, binge-watchers – Netflix has released a new comedy series! After a good opening episode we’ll have to see if the Netflix Original Series can live up to its potential. As Kimmy is trying to resecure her job at the Voorheess, Titus is trying to get a refund on his Iron Man-lookalike suit.
The following is a review of the first episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Expect some spoilers in the review.
Now that Netflix is going all-in on original programming, they’ve planned out 2015 as their biggest year yet – having already released the third season of House of Cards, they, today (6th of March 2015), premiered the very first season of a Tina Fey comedy. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is a Netflix Original Series.
So, you probably saw the trailer – but if not, let’s quickly open with the premise. Kimmy Schmidt was a member of an Apocalypse-Cult, and she is freed from an underground bunker in Durnsville, Indiana along with the rest of her female members. Then, the hilarity truly begins – opening with a little homage to the Schmoyoho-generation of autotuners. Oh and good news trailer-haters, I believe the trailer only contains scenes from the first episode. Continue reading “REVIEW: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – “Kimmy Goes Outside!””→