TV Posts Tagged as 'Best In Animate'
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Sofia the First (2013 -)
Beautiful innocence. Not for girls or kiddies only. It's for any soul that remembers magic and art. It tips its hat to Disney great with a timeless spin and a modern inclusiveness. Hello Mr. Baileywick. 19-Oct-2015
Alvin!!! And the Chipmunks (2015 -)
Creative reboot. Looks great and hits old and new notes. Love the pants, guys. 04-Nov-2015
Star Wars Rebels (2014 -2018)
It respected the original material, voiced it beautifully and the mythology added a punch to the Star Wars Universe. The geek points sum up "the force" where the films could only preach it. 08-Mar-2018
It delivers on the promise of throwback and mythology aside. You'll still believe. 18-Nov-2015
Teen Titans Go (2013 -)
Reconstructed and shortened with relentless naughty irony and humor; they lose none of the likability that make them iconic. 26-Dec-2015
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012)
They reprise and continue where they last left off. The art is more detailed and excels in imagination from episode to episode. The voice acting is impeccable. They always have the courage to reboot themselves within the series lest we get fatigued by some of the repetition. Good for us. 05-Feb-2016
Batman: The Animated Series (1992 - 1995)
#01. The one and only. 21-May-2016
Simpsons, The (1989 -)
Bright, endearing and colorful sabotaged by no end. 15-Feb-2017
A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)
The message millions of Americans will deliver but none will process.
I'm not a magic splatterer but when art transcends it, you'll believe whatever you have to believe to see peace. 01-Dec-2017
Frosty The Snowman (1969)
The zippiest of the Christmas jingles and it fits the most story in its 25 minutes. 12-Dec-2017