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Up - Movie Review

Rated PG (for action and peril). Comedy Starring Ed Asner, Jordan Nagai, Christopher Plummer, John Ratzenberger. Directed by Pete Docter.
Ed Asner lends voice talent to the wistful and occasionally melancholy tale of an old man's efforts to float his home to a remote South American cliff on a bouquet of helium-filled party balloons. Along the way, he meets a young scout looking to earn the final good-deed badge on his uniform, a giant presumed-to-be-extinct bird, and a band of dogs with electronic speech-enabled collars that grant them the ability to speak to humans as well as to each other.


Bee Movie (2007) Review

I love animated films, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that I liked Bee Movie. What did come as a surprise were the plot twists, great voice acting and unrelenting humor that permeated this film.

Bee Your Best                                   
This movie follows the young Barry B. Benson (Jerry Seinfeld) as he tries to find his place in the world after graduating from Bee University. His travels take him out of the hive and into the world of humans, where he meets Vanessa Bloome (Renee Zellweger), a human florist, Ken (Patrick Warburton), a constantly angry tennis player, and Mooseblood (Chris Rock), a traveling mosquito. Each of his new acquaintances give him a new perspective on life as he discovers the greatest threat to bees: humans are stealing their honey!  

Ice Age—A Movie Should Watch

If we're to believe that Ice Age, twenty thousand years ago, life on earth hasn't been way too good, my friend. We in the 21st century want to live dangerously as well, otherwise what is with cigarettes, cholesterol and alcohol, huh? However, whatever the case maybe, at least we don't need to deal with manage sabre toothed tigers on the prowl and the environment is not really the only thing that low. So folks, lend these 3 heroes on the latest movie animated generation your sympathy.

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