A few days ago, the final entry in the Netflix animated movie Godzilla trilogy, Planet Eater, was released, and to say it has disappointed more than impressed would be an understatement.
Quite frankly, the previous two entries in this film series were quite a slog for me to get through, mostly on account of the large amount of time spent on characters that had little to no depth and not entirely enough spent on Godzilla. Heck, the second movie, City on the Edge of Battle, didn’t even have Mecha Godzilla, a classic in the line of Godzilla foes. Just his head.
When Mecha G heard about this role, it was really excited… you could say it got ‘ahead’ of itself…
But what I truly disliked about the series come to fruition in the third movie, as me and a fellow fan of Godzilla came to realize: it is an absolute exercise in Nihilism, self entered in its own intelligence that humanity will kill itself off.
Warning, here there be spoilers.
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Hello everyone, and welcome to this long awaited fourth episode of the show where I go on about animated superheroes. Today’s episode focuses in on the 2009 DVD release of the animated Wonder Woman movie, and just what they did and did not screw up on.
I hope that everyone enjoyed it, and I got a bit wavering in the end there, mostly because I was coming with with some kind of ailment and recording took me close to 4 hours, even with how good I’ve been getting at recording myself. It takes a ton of practice to get things just right.
It also took me close to five hours of getting the footage from other shows, the pictures and artwork and music, and then beer slamming it together. I definitely end up putting the most work into my episodes of CCC.
Still, I can’t help but feel like I missed something with Steve Trevor and his idioctic speech, so if you’ve got an angle or opinion on it that I missed, please let me know.
Hello everyone and welcome to the third installment of this little series of mine.
Today, I take a look at the 2007 release of the animated movie from Marvel, the Invincible Iron Man.
More like rusty.
Enjoy, take care, and happy holidays to everyone!
Hello everyone and welcome to the ssecond episode of Capes, Cowls, & Cartoons! On today’s episode, I discuss the problematic Batman: Under the Red Hood. Why is it problematic?
The ending, of course!
However, you’ll have to watch to find out why, exactly.
Frankly, they should not allow Judd Winick to write anything, let alone animated features.