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Bebe's Kids review
Umm... Is this supposed to be funny? Because some people I have seen laughed at this for no reason whatsoever. I have laughed at many comedies, but not ones like this. It's a complete borefest for me.
This movie is an animated movie based on the late Robin Harris' stand-up comedy sketch about a very naughty gang of kids. It's about Robin Harris (voiced by Faizon Love) marrying a hot woman named Jamika and babysitting a horribly misbehaved trio of children named Bebe's Kids. The trio includes LaShawn, a brat with ponytails, Kahlil, a hoodie and Pee-Wee, what you get when you cross Tommy Pickles from Rugrats with a Southern Baby Herman from Roger Rabbit. The kids are taken to a theme park that was supposed to be Disneyland but ended up being Fun World. The kids totally wreck the place so much, the other kids, even Robin's innocent son Leon, seem to catch their immaturity disease and they start to face some living robots for some reason. And their rapping sucks ass. There are
Speed Racer film review
Hey, people! Was Iron Man too much of an understandable sight for sore eyes? Then have an eye-bleedingly good time with Speed Racer, because no-one cares about plots or epilepsy!
Speed Racer, based on the retro anime, wasn't that bad, but wasn't that good either. There are many people who aren't real critics who say this film is fun. Sure it may be fun, but guess what had to ruin it?
In a much-too-cartoonishly-colourful world where racing is a big thing and human names are just made up of words (mostly), Speed Racer is the fastest racer of all. Ever since he was a kid, Speed wanted to be a racer. When he was old enough, his dream came true. Now, well, I don't understand what the hell actually goes on in this movie. The film 's length doesn't help at all. All I remember is that the Racer family goes to a factory where Speed meets someone who is one of the villains of the story, he starts racing again, he goes to Asia, he competes with Racer X, he stays in a new home, he rac
Raggedy Ann + Andy film review
Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure was a real weird film. Weirder than Rock-a-Doodle and Cool World and Michael Jackson's Moonwalker. But better. It was a film Richard Williams did while producing The Thief and the Cobbler and before he animated Who Framed Roger Rabbit. It was based on two popular ragdolls and is kinda like Disney meets Dr. Seuss.
The film begins with a live-action sequence of a young girl coming home from school and going up to her room. But when she goes away, the whole thing turns animated as her favourite ragdoll Raggedy Ann turns from creepy to cutesy and vice versa for the other toys. It's kinda like Toy Story of the 70's. After doing a their first musical number, they find Raggedy Andy who's been trapped under a box from France and claims himself to be "No girl's toy" in song. Hey, the title of the film says it all! But what's in the box? It's a big doll house including a spoilt new doll named Buzz Ligh- uh, I mean Babette. In a snow globe up a
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