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My Take On… #294: Did Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie Give Fans The Closure They Wanted?

Since we’re coming up to the 1 year anniversary of it, let’s talk about last year’s Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie: Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie is a 2017 American animated television film based on the Nickelodeon series Hey Arnold!,

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My Take On… #293: Why The Conjuring Cinematic Universe Is Better For WB Than The DC Cinematic Universe

So, Warner Bros. has been trying for years to copy the formula and the success of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe with the DC Cinematic Universe, the Monsterverse, the Lego Cinematic Universe, they’re even trying to put together a cinematic universe

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My Take On… #292: Why Is Bambi My Favorite Movie Of All Time?

For anybody who has been following my stuff over the years, they know that my favorite movie of all time is an odd choice to say the least but you know what, I can’t help it, it’s Bambi: Bambi is

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My Take On… #291: What Happened To Old School Teaser Trailers?

So, if you remember back in the summertime, I did a post about 10 more great teaser trailers, and while looking up those trailers and others, I really came to the conclusion that old school teaser trailers from the 70s,

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My Take On… #290: Why Can’t VHS Make A Comeback?

We’ve seem to gotten back on this kick of reviving old things from the past, from reviving TV shows and movies from the past to things like fanny packs, vinyl records, and even Polaroid cameras making a comeback in the

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My Take On… #289: Why Venom Is Doomed To Fail

Well, seeing as how I’m going to be away in Orlando the week this movie is coming out, let’s go ahead and talk about Venom…and why it’s doomed to fail: Well, that’s one place to start with, the marketing for

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My Take On… #288: Was Anastasia One Of The Better Disney Knockoffs?

During the second golden age of animation in the 1990s, Disney was the king of animation at the time, with new animated classics coming nearly every year with Rescuers Down Under, Beauty & The Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, as

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