• Mario Movie: Nintendo’s Recent Animated Short Gives Us An Idea Of What To Expect From Their Upcoming Film

    
 The marathon of Mario-related news just keeps on coming. Nintendo has pulled out all the stops to make their mascot’s 35th anniversary one to remember, despite the affects of the ongoing worldwide pandemic. Indeed, while many of Nintendo’s plans for their plucky plumber have been delayed, like the opening of Super Nintendo World at […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 7 Months ago
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  • Ranking The Best (And Worst) Of Super Mario 3D All-Stars

    
 Video game aficionados around the globe may not always see eye to eye, but they can all agree on one thing: Mario is a gaming icon. The plucky plumber made his debut in the arcade before fully transitioning to more expansive 2D side-scrolling platformers. By now he’s branched out to nearly every genre of […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 7 Months ago
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  • ‘Mulan’ Movie Review: Disney Needs To Do Some Reflection, Dishonors Animated Classic With Live-Action Remake

    
 Full disclosure: I am an avid fan of Disney’s 1998 animated classic Mulan. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve watched and rewatched the movie over the course of my life – perhaps a thousand times if not more. My sisters and I memorized every line of dialogue and every lyric to every […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 7 Months ago
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  • Nintendo Shocks Fans With Surprise Super Mario Announcement

    
 For months, Nintendo fans have speculated that the Japan-based gaming giant would announce Super Mario-related news. With the opening of Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan and the year marking Mario’s 35th anniversary, it seemed like a foregone conclusion that the plumber would receive a big celebration in his name. The main rumor going […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 8 Months ago
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  • Movie Review: ‘The Secret Garden’ Blossoms In A Bleak Year For Cinema

    
 The Secret Garden is one of the most frequently revisited novels of all time. Written by Frances Hodgson Burnett and originally published in 1911, the book has gone one to receive several film, television, and even stage adaptations. I remember watching the 1993 film adaptation a long time ago, but I was a child […]
    • by Jeff Bennett
    • 9 Months ago
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  • Crash Bandicoot 4 Just Keeps Getting Better

    
 Crash Bandicoot fans are being downright spoiled this year. Not only is their favorite video game mascot getting his own mobile game, but now it’s been confirmed that the long-awaited Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time on PS4 and XBox One will boast over 100 levels. That’s right, Crash 4 is expected to contain […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months ago
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  • Kathleen Kennedy Is Likely Stepping Down From ‘Star Wars’

    
 Star Wars fans (and just fans of good storytelling in general) will probably be happy to hear that Kathleen Kennedy is rumored to soon be resigning from her role as the president of Lucasfilm. The alleged revelation comes from Overlord DVD, a YouTube Channel that often covers Star Wars-related news. YouTube rumors aren’t usually […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months ago
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  • Mattel Kicks Off New ‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Toy Line With Awesome Indominus Rex Figures

    
 Jurassic World fans have a lot to look forward to this year. With the upcoming release of the Camp Cretaceous animated spin-off series set to debut on Netflix, confirmation that the original Jurassic Park cast will not only return in Jurassic World: Dominion but will also have bigger roles than mere cameos, and the […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 9 Months ago
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  • Sam Neill Confirms: Original ‘Jurassic Park’ Cast Are In ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ For The Whole Movie

    
 Many Jurassic Park fans were excited to hear that Jeff Goldblum would return in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The actor’s appearance was even prominently used in teasers and trailers for the film. Sadly, with only a brief cameo he had about as much screen time in the actual movie as he did in the […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 10 Months ago
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  • A.I. Robot Passes Audition, Cast In Lead Role of Upcoming Sci-Fi Film

    
 While many Hollywood studios have delayed and rescheduled productions and releases of major blockbuster movies due to COVID-19, one film’s shooting hasn’t been affected by the pandemic for a very special reason: its lead actress isn’t human. She’s an A.I. robot. Her name is Erica, and she’s been trying to break into the film […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 10 Months ago
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