Duckyworth's Thoughts: Bambi 2 ~ 2006Hello, my friends…. Here is my next Disney Sequel review for y’all.More Like This
Well, considering the fact that the last film I reviewed was so terrible, it had the villain saying stuff like – ‘ :iconicouldkissmeplz::iconsaysplz:I could… KISS me…. But I’d fall in love! ‘, I think I need some kind of much BETTER Disney sequel to help me to recover from that…. Atrocity… And I believe that I may have found just the Disney sequel to help me recover. So, this time, I will be reviewing one of the more obscure of the Disney sequels, that I only became aware of the existence of very recently – Bambi 2.
YES – I typed that correctly – in the same year that the horrid TRAVESTY that was The Wild came out, Disney made a sequel to the 1942 classic Bambi…. And let me say right now, while 2006 may have been a bit of a dark year for animation in my book (The Wild, The Reef, the mediocre Pixar film Ca
Duckyworth's Thoughts: Alpha and Omega ~ 2010More Like This
Well, let’s do this.... Ever since the beginning, a common thought of mine is that with all the films, shows and books being made, it’s becoming progressively harder to create truly original pieces of entertainment – certain plot threads and story elements are BOUND to be recycled. However, I personally feel that if a film (or any piece of media, for that matter), can add likeable aspects to these tried and tested stories, the repeated plot threads can have their lifespan extended. Rock and Rule added musical aspects to the popular post apocalyptic future story. Rio added beautiful Brazilian settings and music to an everyday romance. 9 gave great designs and steampunk imagery to a post-apocalyptic story. Hotel Transylvania used monsters to add to its over-protective father and liar revealed story. Even WRECK-IT RALPH is a tried and tested ‘villain wants to be good’ story, b