By Scooba Wang (Pseudonym)
If you don’t like Star Wars then stop reading this right now, go to your parents wherever they are, hand your father a belt with the buckle side facing up and tell him to teach you a lesson. If you love Star Wars or your Dad just gave you the whipping of a lifetime, welcome to an article that will leave you wanting more. I have been a Star Wars fan since I was born because my mom “ forced” me out. The only franchise that comes close or stands equal to that of Star Wars is the amazing work of J.R.R Tolkien with the Lord of the Rings films. But I’m not here to talk about him because his stuff was amazing and didn’t get screwed up like Star Wars did. Marvel, I’ve seen your movies, they are good, but lick my butt, you aren’t even close to these franchises. Throw in a brother and sister kissing and then we'll talk.
By Dawson Martin
In 1994, Disney released an absolute masterpiece. The Lion King (1994) is one of the best films ever made. It’s a film that is admired and beloved all over the world. They really struck gold, and everything came into place to make such a great movie. It’s essentially Disney’s take on Hamlet, and the story feels very Shakespearean and just epic. That story element with award winning music, great hand drawn animation, and perfect voice acting makes for a masterwork. It’ll make you laugh, cry, cheer, and all of the above. It’s as close to perfection a film can get.
By Dawson Martin
9 years ago, we watched a perfect “conclusion” to an amazing trilogy of animated films. I guess Disney/Pixar just wanted to make more money on this franchise because Toy Story 4 need not exist. Toy Story 3 had such a perfect ending and in my opinion, it should have been the way to close the book on this story. This movie was a possible cash grab. Nonetheless, I was so excited to see Buzz and Woody on the big screen again. Pixar Animation has made countless hits over the years and you probably loved several as a kid or even now as an adult. How could we not want another Toy Story?
By Quinn Eaton
You know how you would go to an amusement park as a kid and it would be the greatest day of your life? Then you go back a second time and it was still okay, but not as good as the first time? Then fast forward to that third time going, and you're like "you know this sucks, I wish I was at an Arby's sucking down a beef n' cheddar?"
The trilogy of Stranger Things seasons has had the exact opposite effect.