Thursday, October 29, 2015

My Top 20 Favorite Animated Movie Villains Part 1

 Well, it's Halloween again. Last year I did a countdown of my favorite Twilight Zone episodes This year I decided to do something a little different. So here it is--My favorite Animated Movie Villains Part 1! 

There are a lot of awful people in the world of cinema. And some of the worst are, funny enough, in animated films. So today, I am going to be counting down my favorite villains from some classic animated movies we all watched as a kid or as an adult.

First, a few disclaimers. These are not necessarily the baddest or most terrifying of all the villains. These are just the ones I thought were interesting. I originally was going to include Walt Disney Animated Film villains, but while making this list, I realized it is really hard to make a list of variety if including Disney. A lot of the ones were Disney, cause we all know Disney has some of the best villains. So instead I am not going to include them, and make another list later of just Disney villains. Now, I am including Pixar, simply because I do not view them as "Disney" but instead as their own separate studio. 

Also, some of these will including me talking about the endings due to some villains only being revealed in the end. If you haven't seen a particular movie, either skip it, or read it if you don't care about spoilers. Thank you.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Goosebumps Review

First of all, just look at how awesome that poster is. Just look at it!!

I've been a huge fan of the Goosebumps franchise for quite some time. Though I was a bit late to the party, I still began reading with the first book "Welcome to Dead House." And of course, I also grew up watching the TV series. When I heard that there would be a movie come out, I was beyond excited. So did it meet my expectations, or should I just have kept on reading?

Monday, October 12, 2015

War Room Review

War Room is still out in theaters right now, so I won't spoil it for those who haven't seen it. Here is the basic plot: Realtor agent Elizabeth Jordan meets an elderly woman named Clara who is selling her long time house to live with her son. Clara begins to witness to Elizabeth, telling her that she needs to rely on Jesus and pray for the situations in her life. Soon Elizabeth confides in Clara about her failing marriage and broken relationship with her daughter. Through Clara's encouragement, and the power of prayer, Elizabeth's life could change forever. But she will she choose to rely on Christ?

War Room was created by the Kendrick Brother who also made such wonderful movies as Courageous, Fireproof, Facing the Giants, and Flywheel. They have an impression track record in making hit Christian films that not only encourage Christians to rely on God, but also to help non-believers to understand the life of a Christian and how rewarding and difficult it can be.