Tag: 2010

Top Ten: Traits In Shrek Fans

Top Ten: Traits In Shrek Fans

Since 2001, the world has been captivated by everyone's favorite ogre, Shrek. Fans that highly admire the Shrek franchise are known as brogres. At Madison, Wisconsin, at every Labor Day weekend, there is a Shrekfest for worldwide fans of Shrek. 10. Hankering For Onions: Eating onions and onion rings are an important part of a … Continue reading Top Ten: Traits In Shrek Fans

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Top Ten: Futurama Episodes

Top Ten: Futurama Episodes

Since I love voice acting and the fact that all but one of the main cast members are legitimate voice actors, I am ranking my top ten personal favorite episodes of Futurama (1999-2013). The 2007-2009 direct-to-video films don't count. 10. The Sting (S4 E12): This particular episode had plenty of heart and dreams. 9. Decision … Continue reading Top Ten: Futurama Episodes

Alternative Ways To Watch the Films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Alternative Ways To Watch the Films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Even though I personally dislike the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are alternative ways of watching films set in the same universe through different sagas of the perspective of a character or concept. Captain America Saga:┬áCaptain America The First Avenger (2011), The Avengers (2012), Captain America The Winter Soldier (2014), Avengers Age of Ultron (2015), Captain … Continue reading Alternative Ways To Watch the Films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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: Cartoon Network Characters That Need A Spin-Off

Top Ten: Cartoon Network Characters That Need A Spin-Off

10. S.P.O.R.K. from Evil Con Carne (2000-2004): S.P.O.R.K. has a lot of potential rather than just segments such as "Go S.P.O.R.K." or the recurring appearances of Cod Commando and an unexplained Abraham Lincoln leading the group. 9. Hoss Delgado from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy (1999-2008): I am not a fan of the … Continue reading Top Ten: Cartoon Network Characters That Need A Spin-Off

Top Ten: Post-1990s Disney Animated Films That Aged Well

Top Ten: Post-1990s Disney Animated Films That Aged Well

Disney animated films have captivated children of generations since 1937, when Snow White and the Seven Dwarves arrived to theaters. After the second golden age known as the Disney Renaissance (1989-1999), there was a period between that and the current Disney Revival (2008-Present). Not all of the post-1990s Disney animated films are poor examples for … Continue reading Top Ten: Post-1990s Disney Animated Films That Aged Well

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