Let’s Review: Incredibles 2

Better late than never right?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Movie Review: Kung Fu Panda 3

 

If you don’t believe a CGI, comical, martial artist bear can’t be entertaining for a third time – then you don’t know Jack… uh, Black.

Trailer-Rama: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2

 

Now people I didn’t have anything against  Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, I actually enjoyed it to a degree. Its story was rather complete, it tied up all the loose ends and all the characters more or less played their parts well. Now there is going to be a sequel: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. I’ll be honest, I didn’t see this one coming because the ending of the first movie was, again, rather complete. Also from the trailer something’s a bit off from the first flick, maybe it’s the voice actors, maybe it’s the premise, maybe it’s the fact that the sequel is four years apart. I don’t know, but the first movie was good despite my doubts so I’m willing to give Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 a chance.  And hey, if its bad then it would make a good review to listen to.

 

 

 

Trailer- Rama – Wreck-It Ralph

 

 

Well that didn’t take long did it? Seriously it was only weeks ago that I wrote about this up coming movie and then they crank out a pretty good trailer. Now I know what you all are saying: “Zangief’s not a bad guy!’ But I think we should overlook this because they managed to get some pretty famous video game villains sitting down on steel folding chairs and talking about how being a bad guy is just a ‘label’ – meanwhile while their actual 9 to 5 is stealing souls, eating brains, and committing various other  crimes. I’d pay extra just to watch the ‘bad-anon’ meeting for an hour and a half. Never the less Wreck-It Ralph continues to impress.

 

 

 

Future Flicks – Wreck-It Ralph

 

You know people, I have a soft spot in my heart of video games (natch) but also have a fondness of fictional villains as well. Think about it, what really makes a movie, book, show, and yes, video games great; the villain (or the antagonist) – of course. They’re the ones who make you stand on the edge of your seat, they’re the ones make you feel like the world’s coming to an end at the climax, and the best ones are the ones that you love and hate at the same time. In fact the popularity of certain villains are so great that they actually graduated to hero status (or at least become antiheroes) in their relative works. In this very interesting upcoming move from Disney (though not from Pixar), Wreck-It Ralph (the name for both the movie and the main character), stars a villain who’s tired of being the villain in the game he’s in. So like a boss, he breaks reality in half (he’s 9-foot-tall, 643-pound after all) and escapes into other games to find his destiny  – maybe even become a hero himself. Now before you all poo-poo this, please take note that they’re making a concerted effort to make this as legit as possible. So much so that they’re including the legacy video game villains that helped paved the way including Doctor Ivo Robotnik (and if you think I’m going to call him ‘Eggman’ then you got another thing coming). Now there’s very little information about the film, not even a website yet, but once we find out more you can bet Video Game Armada will bring it to you.