Never has my inner middle school-aged child been so excited to review a movie that is completely centered around poop and the taboo it brings along with it. Advertisements
It’s definitely nice to see that claymation films are still a thing. When you think of claymation, you think of Nick Park and the Wallace & Gromit series and now he is back, along with a great cast and a prehistoric setting that is surely ripe for comedy.
If you missed yesterday’s 100th movie trailer roundup, click here. Here’s #101 featuring trailers of Ready Player One, Pacific Rim: Uprising, Mary Magdalene, and Gringo.
If you would like to read my review of the last episode, click here.
After the original Incredibles back in 2004, it was unclear whether we’d ever return again. Much to my delight, a sequel was announced but not much had been unveiled until now. During tonight’s broadcast of the Olympics, a sneak peek of Incredibles 2 premiered which you can watch […]
The Visual Effects Society recently announced the winners for their 16th Annual VES Awards. (nominees here)