Tag: 2006

Top Ten: Animated Films Where a Voice Actor voiced at least two characters

Top Ten: Animated Films Where a Voice Actor voiced at least two characters

A lot of people who watch animated films will be surprised by my discoveries when it comes to voice acting. 10. Robin Williams in Happy Feet (2006): Williams voiced both Ramon and Lovelace in the classic. 9. Adam Sandler in Eight Crazy Nights (2002): Sandler provided the voices of five different characters. 8. Jim Cummings … Continue reading Top Ten: Animated Films Where a Voice Actor voiced at least two characters

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Top Ten: Video Game Tie-Ins To Films That Reveal A Lot

Top Ten: Video Game Tie-Ins To Films That Reveal A Lot

A lot of people skim over the tie-in media just to see the actual film but they actually fill in plot holes or add in interesting characters to the film's universe. They don't even adapt the plot of the film, which makes them unique. 10. Small Soldiers (1998) for the titular film: The video game … Continue reading Top Ten: Video Game Tie-Ins To Films That Reveal A Lot

Top Ten: Reasons why I prefer M. Night Shyamalan over Michael Bay

Top Ten: Reasons why I prefer M. Night Shyamalan over Michael Bay

I have nothing against Michael Bay, but I write and create with depth thanks to M. Night Shyamalan. 10. Accepts Multiculturalism: Mr. Shyamalan was born in India, so his films aren't afraid to use references to different cultures around the world. 9. Cameos In His Own Works: If you think Stan Lee is the only … Continue reading Top Ten: Reasons why I prefer M. Night Shyamalan over Michael Bay

Top Ten: Expanded Universe Villains that are Surprisingly Well-Written

Top Ten: Expanded Universe Villains that are Surprisingly Well-Written

A lot of people love films and television, but there are villains you may not have heard of that are in video games, web cartoons or miscellaneous media and not the original material that feel like they originated from the source material. 10. Agent White (The Matrix Comics/Path of Neo): My favorite of the list, … Continue reading Top Ten: Expanded Universe Villains that are Surprisingly Well-Written

Ways On Watching The X-Men Films How You Want

Ways On Watching The X-Men Films How You Want

What I love about the X-Men films compared to many other comic book films of the 2000s and 2010s is that they don't have to be connected and you can watch them the way you want. Deadpool has nothing to do with these timelines, because that film is strictly a comedy. Dystopian Timeline: X-Men (2000), … Continue reading Ways On Watching The X-Men Films How You Want

Top Ten: 2000s Films You Don’t Know Were Changed Due To Executive Issues

Top Ten: 2000s Films You Don’t Know Were Changed Due To Executive Issues

Directors and screenwriters can't always get what they want, and that is because of executive issues, usually to either prevent controversy or miscellaneous reasons. 10. Requiem for a Dream (2000): Darren Aronofsky and Hubert Selby Jr. originally wanted the film adaptation of Selby's hit 1978 book to have the three addicts be teenagers instead of … Continue reading Top Ten: 2000s Films You Don’t Know Were Changed Due To Executive Issues

Christian Frates’ Halloween Countdown Film Marathon

Christian Frates’ Halloween Countdown Film Marathon

This is Christian Frates and for the next six nights, I will watch ten vampire films to prepare myself for the holiday. 25: Twilight Eclipse (2010) 26: Twilight Breaking Dawn (2011-2012) 27: Underworld Rise of the Lycans (2009) &¬†Underworld Unrated Edition (2004) 28: Underworld Evolution (2006) & Underworld Awakening (2012) 29: Blade (1998) 30: Blade … Continue reading Christian Frates’ Halloween Countdown Film Marathon