CrappyMSPaintArt's Christmas Special CountdownHello everybody, Christmas is coming and I decided to celebrate it by watchingsome Holiday Specials/Episodes; some classics from the past, some currentlyaired this year. And go through the entire month by a special a day. I mightnot publish on every day due to personal circumstances, but I'll try to updateas much as I can. Now Enjoy!:-(December 1st) Ed Edd n'Eddy's Jingle Jingle Jangle (2004)This is just a classic, fun special that is one of its own. Despite being alittle mean spirited, it has general atmosphere of heartwarming feelings andgeneral feel of Christmas Cheer. Just watching Eddy changing the light on thetree in the middle of the park and learning the true meaning of Christmas justwarms me up inside. I've been watching this special since it premiered on Car-toon Network back in 2004, and I've been watching it every Christmas eversince.-(December 2nd) Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (1964)You know, I've have never watched the original Rudolph special until now. Y
Review: Angry Beavers' Halloween Special (1998)For the upcoming Halloween holiday, I've decided to make a brief review on aobscure special from an old Nickelodeon cartoon that practically nobody talksabout. I'm talking about "The Day The World Got Really Screwed Up" from theanimated series "Angry Beavers".Originally aired October 26th,1998, "The Day The World Got Really Screwed Up"stars our beaver duo as they go trick-or-treating the day before Halloween andcome across the home of their favorite B Movie actor,Oxnard Montalvo. As theymeet Oxnard and his associates, a giant inter-dimensional alien with a planto take over all realities and conquer the whole universe!As the alien awakens to begin his domination of all realms, he brings all themonster props used in Montalvo's movie to live, and they arise to assist him incapturing and brainwash the Beaver Brothers and their newly-met friends. But withthe use of intellect, brawn, and the use of stock footage; the heroes defeat thealien and save Halloween.This is pretty good
The World's End Movie Review( September 5th, 2013)For my 19th birthday, I've decided to the last installment of The Cornetto Trilogywith my family. The movie itself was simply fantastic, a perfect conclusion to thisseries of wonderfully hilarious films.It's basically the typical "Simon Pegg" protagonist trying to relive his glory dayswith his best friends,who all happened to grow up and moved on with their lives, bygoing on a beer run from 12 taverns all throughout his hometown, named "The GoldenMile". While on their trip of debauchery, they discover the town isn't what it seemsand has changed drastically since their youth.But, this time,instead of going the expected way by having the main guy become thissuper badass, they deconstruct the typical Edgar Wright protagonist by making himthis pathetic drunk bastard who desperately tries to relive his past, alienatinghis friends and making his life a complete waste in the process. That's a prettygood perspective on the formula in my book.I think my favorite part has to be the
Movie Review: Pacific Rim (2013)Sunday, I went with my brother to watch a movie on his birthday. And my family doesn'treally go to the movies on birthdays since we celebrated my 11th with a viewing ofFantastic Four so that makes this occasion really special.The movie in question was the Guillermo Del Toro film Pacific Rim, a action-packedgiant mecha movie that was freaking awesome! I mean it, it is just a completely funmovie that my brother and I enjoyed. Probably because it just includes stuff thatguys like me like. Badass action scenes and stunning technical visual scenes.I find this film to be one of the best of the year and I can't wait for it to arriveon Blu-Ray.Trailers: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (TV), The Seventh Son, Ender's Game, and The HungerGames: Catching Fire.
Movie Review: Monsters UniversityWell, I just came back from the theater after watching the latest offering from Pixar Animation Studios. I pretty much enjoyed it and the entire thing left a smile on my face. Its full of both callbacks to the original movie and new material that enticed me as a viewer. I really hope there is more of this from one of my favorite animation companies.Also, there was an innovative little short that aired before the movie called "The Blue Umbrella" It is kind of a nice combination of animated character actions and live-action visual shots of a bustling big city at the height of rush hour.Trailers: Despicable Me 2, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2, Turbo, Smurfs 2, and Planes