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Apologies for the week’s break. Swamped schedule and I needed way more time to prep myself for this entry. Last year, DreamWorks Animation celebrated its 20th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Callum Petch has been going through their entire animated canon, one film a week for the next 30 weeks, and giving them a full-on… Read More DreamWorks Animation Television, Part 2
Apologies for the delay, this week, folks. I needed extra time to be able to crack this one, and I’d rather be late than turn in a sub-par entry. Anyways… Last year, DreamWorks Animation celebrated its 20th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Callum Petch has been going through their entire animated canon, one film a… Read More Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
The Hobbit sorta loses its battle against its five prior armies, the sun sorta came out today for Annie, sorta not many people wanted to spend one last Night At The Museum… it’s a weekend of qualifiers is what I’m getting at, and Other Box Office News.
The people were rather unmoved by Exodus: Gods And Kings, Top Five thankfully makes the top five, Inherent Vice has the worst opening of anything ever, Wild runs wild on you, brother, and Other Box Office News.
It’s Reviewmageddon this week on Screen 1 as no less than SIX new release films go under the microscope! Callum and Lucy take on DreamWorks Animation’s third 2014 film Penguins Of Madagascar, the Bill Murray-starring St. Vincent, the submarine thriller Black Sea, the Christopher Smith-directed (of all sodding people) Get Santa, the dreadful horror film… Read More Screen 1 (08/12/2014)
Self-fulfilling prophecy comes true as nothing really makes money or switches places since nothing came out, and Other Box Office News.
Very funny, ludicrous amounts of fun, and with a surprising injection of just the right amount of heart, Penguins Of Madagascar does right by its title characters.
Mockingjay insults the rest of the chart, Penguins Of Madagascar smile and wave goodbye to a lot of money, nobody particularly like Horrible Bosses now, and Other Box Office News.
This year, DreamWorks Animation celebrates its 20th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Callum Petch is going through their entire animated canon, one film a week for the next 30 weeks, and giving them a full-on retrospective treatment. Prior entries can be found here, should you desire.