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Movie Review: Happy Feet Two (2011)

In 2006 George Miller, Warren Coleman, Judy Morris, and John Collee brought us “Happy Feet,” which proved that despite being confined to the barren, icy wasteland of Antarctica, penguins can have fun too (usually by singing radio hits). Despite mild controversy over the film’s environmentalist stance and its supposed polar reconstruction of an urban environment…

Movie Trailer #2: Happy Feet Two (2011)

A second trailer for Happy Feet Two has been made available by Warner Bros, giving us more of the same — singing and dancing penguins. Animation-wise the movie gets high marks but from a watchabilty standpoint, this one looks like a bitterer pill to swallow than its predecessor. Children, however, will gobble this up like…

Movie Trailer: Happy Feet Two (2011)

You can’t keep a good penguin down (especially one that saved the Emperor penguin population and made Warner Bros. Pictures a lot of money in the process). In Happy Feet Two the savior in “Happy Feet,” Mumbles, is all grown up with a wife and son. The issue at hand this time around isn’t that…

Movie Review: Certifiably Jonathan (2007)

Comedy is subjective. Everyone has their own things that they find hilarious, whether it be a kick in the groin, a pie in the face or a well-placed pause. To add to that, comedy depends on your understanding; what you’ve experienced, the things you’ve seen, heard, and learned will determine whether or not you will…

Movie Review: License to Wed (2007)

For all intents and purposes, License to Wed should have been just one of many romantic comedies released to little fanfare this summer. Nothing spectacular about it. But someone (maybe the director, Ken Kwapis) got the bright idea to cast Robin Williams in a lead role. “Why?,” I plead, “What have I done to deserve…

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