Sunday, October 28, 2012

Let's All Go To The Lobby

Yesterday and today I watched many movies. Here are the reviews:

Knock Knock (Woody Woodpecker cartoon, 1940)

Yes, I know this isn't a movie, but it was shown in a theater at the time so it counts. This is the very first Woody Woodpecker cartoon where a panda named Papa Panda and his son Andy try to get rid of a pesky woodpecker named Woody (duh) voiced by MEL BLANC!!!

Rating: 10 stars (out of a possible 10). This is part of what toons used to be like, my friend, before they became slightly more realistic.

Reccomended For: All toon lovers!

Looney Tunes! Back In Action (2003)

They're back and looney (a word blogger doesn't have in their spelling dictionary) as ever! The evil company Acme wants to find the rare Blue Monkey diamond, a jewel capable of turning people into simians, while Daffy Duck has just been fired by Warner Bros and Bugs Bunny convinces them to get him back. But Daffy and his new pal DJ are searching for the Blue Monkey! A tale of Chaos with all the lovable characters (and an old guy that Taz eats).

Rating: 9 stars. It's a very good movie, but the plot is slightly ripped off from "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". Originality takes away a point. (Sorry, guys.)

Reccomended For: Everybody who grew up with Bugs and Daffy, especially those who would like to see Daffy finally save Bugs and the rest of the world. 

UHF (1989)

"Weird Al" Yankovic writes and stars in this hilarious comedy as George Newman, and imaginative man who keeps getting fired from every job he has. But when he gets the deed to UHF TV channel U62, will he keep it running or will the evil RJ Fletcher of rival channel 8 ruin his job?

Rating: 8 Stars! This superb movie is awesome! The only reason I'm putting eight stars down is because I'm afraid if I put more the people who get offended by this movie will stop reading my blog.

Reccomended For: Slapstick comedy lovers and Weird Al fanatics alike.

Shredderman Rules! (2007)

Based on the book "Shredderman" which I read when I was young. This is how the movie caught my eye in the first place a few years ago. Nolan Byrd is fed up with bully Bubba Bixby's cruel antics, so he decides to put a website against him up using the alias "Shredderman". But this website soon starts havoc when Nolan decides to take a jab at more powerful people, and they want to know who Shredderman is! Will he remain safe or be busted?

Rating: 7 stars. Great movie! It has a cast of multiple celebrities.

Reccomended For: Everybody who has been bullied and even slightly understands technology.

The Adventures Of Rocky And Bullwinkle (2000)

Yes, the old show......BUT IT'S A MOVIE NOW!!! It's a really big shame that no one watched it; it's a GREAT movie for Rocky and Bullwinkle fans. Rocky and Bullwinkle's enemies, Boris, Natasha, and Fearless Leader, escape from their cartoon home Frostbite Falls and try to take over the world. Naturally, Rocky, Bullwinkle, and the narrator from the old cartoons get sucked into the real world and attempt to stop them with the help of FBI agent Sympathy. (Yes, that's her last name. "Sympathy".)

Rating: 9 stars. It would have been even better if Sherman and Peabody (their co-stars) made a cameo.

Reccomended For: Rocky and Bullwinkle fans of all ages!

He's A Bully, Charlie Brown (2006)

When I was six years old, I tuned in to see the WORLD PREMIERE of "He's A Bully, Charlie Brown" on TV. I taped it, of course. Today I was watching this tape, and it was AWESOME. When Charlie Brown and friends go to summer camp, they run into a bully named Joe Agate. He steals all of Rerun's (Linus and Lucy's brother) marbles, and Charlie Brown vows to win them back. Will he do it? Yes. Sorry if that ruined anything....

Rating: 10 stars! Peanuts will always be the master of cartoons.

Reccomended For: Peanuts lovers. Duh.