This year’s Olympic Games might be hard to find and when you do, they might not be what you are expecting – which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Just in time for Disneyland’s 66th Birthday, one of the park’s oldest attractions, Jungle Cruise is reopening with new adventures, an expanded storyline and more humor as skippers take guests on a tongue-in-cheek journey.
The plot is strange, the film is overly long and you can’t really identify with the characters – animated or not. But at the same time, after the film finds its rhythm, I found myself enjoying it.
While the subject matter will be upsetting for some, it should all be taken with a grain of salt. It’s all in good fun and this show is actually very funny.
With the exception to such shows like the original “Flintstones”, “Monsters at Work” is one of the rare TV shows with a clever storyline, great animation and squeaky clean humor that is actually funny.
This week, DreamWorks is releasing the sequel, “The Boss Baby: Family Business,” into theaters and streaming on Peacock and with a message for parents. Though as well-intentioned as this follow up is, it misses the mark and overstays its welcome.
I fell in love with this new show within just the first few minutes. After watching the first episode on Disney+, I’m hooked and can’t wait to see what happens next.
Now streaming on Apple TV+, Who Are You, Charlie Brown? is sort of a hybrid of an animated classic Peanuts TV special and a classic documentary.