Barbie and Her Sisters in a Puppy Chase

It isn’t super high quality, but I watched it the day I got a wart frozen off my foot. My foot hurt really bad and this medium-paced movie relaxed me and distracted me from the pain. So, snaps to Puppy Chase!  Subject Summary Barbie (Erica Lindbeck) and her sisters take a trip to Hawaii for Chelsea’s dance competition, but get lost and separated from their puppies while visiting a dancing horse show. Characters We have Barbie and her sisters. Her sisters are, in order by age, Skipper (Kazumi Evans), Stacy (Claire Corlett), and Chelsea (Alyssya Swales). I am really glad … Continue reading Barbie and Her Sisters in a Puppy Chase

Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper

If anyone thinks that Barbie movies have always been cheap marketing tools with stories that only appeal to little girls, this moving movie musical will change your mind.

Description

(Based on Mark Twain’s The Prince and the Pauper)

Princess Anneliese (Kelly Sheridan) and indentured servant Erika (also Kelly Sheridan), two girls who are miraculously identical, switch positions in a twist of fate that requires perseverance, intelligence, and love to save their kingdom.

Themes

Destiny is written in your heart – This theme is a line in a song and quoted by Continue reading Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper

The Case For Christ

For the record, I haven’t read the book, so I walked in with no expectations except what I had gotten from the trailer I saw and a couple online movie reviews. Just saying, I was really proud that it got a higher rating on Rotten Tomatoes than Beauty and the Beast (2017), which I will be writing a review on…probably…eventually…but maybe not, since my opinion can be summed up with, “It was good, but not as good as the original which didn’t need a reboot.” Subject Summary After a profound atheist’s wife becomes a Christian, he sets out to prove with … Continue reading The Case For Christ

Barbie & Her Sisters in a Puppy Chase – Live Reaction

Ok. Watching this even though my friend said it was bad and Skipper was afraid of everything in it. Ah, that familiar Universal opening. What is that I can be anything thing w/ 5th harmony song? Bad giggle. Otherwise, acting looks okay! Whoa. Kathleen Barr as a Hawaiian greeter? Awwwww! The puppies are so cute! I take it back. What’s-her-face is so bad as Barbie! What’s-her-face has her good points, but for the most part is a FART BOMB actress. Again. PUPPIES SO CUTE! Ooh! Love Skipper’s highlights! PSC! (Puppies so cute!) Ha, love Stacy! Thanks, Barbie. You almost lost us … Continue reading Barbie & Her Sisters in a Puppy Chase – Live Reaction

Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Season 1: Rise of the Snakes Ninjago is one of my favorite TV show (in case you haven’t noticed, I love kid’s shows)! I am so attached to the characters. I only like the first two seasons, though, and have to adapt all further seasons to meet my liking. Subject As most stories are, this one is intriguing and full of promise. It is very rare for artists to create a bad story, actually, but if they do, critics are there to rat on them! Basic synopsis: Four elementally powered ninja trained in the martial art of Spinjitzu protect the world of Ninjago from … Continue reading Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Lego Elves: Unite the Magic

Hmm. No. Basic Synopsis A girl named Emily Jones (Ashleigh Ball) gets accidentally teleported to a magical elf world and has to unite the four elf elements, fire, earth, wind, and water, to find her way back home. Themes Love, friendship, teamwork “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” – John 15:13 Comments This mini-movie was pretty low quality. They used, like, three actors for six or seven characters and tried to squish a bunch of serious, sentimental stuff into thirty minutes, which only succeeded in making it totally funny. However, the … Continue reading Lego Elves: Unite the Magic

Dagur (Dreamworks Dragons: Race to the Edge)

Dagur the Deranged of the Berserker Tribe is one of the best characters in Dreamworks Dragons: Race to the Edge. The best part about him? He understands Hiccup’s inferiority. Dagur is the comic relief villain long-lost sibling crazy guy. Despite how the other characters don’t trust or understand him, Dagur is truly shown to be caring, loyal, and the only one in the show with consistent common sense. Dagur is caring–that’s not a statement any characters in the show would make, not in their sane minds, anyway. It is understandable; Dagur portrays himself as a bloodthirsty, merciless villain. It is … Continue reading Dagur (Dreamworks Dragons: Race to the Edge)