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Storks is the second animated feature of Warner Brothers’ animation studio, their first being the creative and peppy The LEGO Movie and their future project being even more LEGO movies. By comparison, Storks doesn’t have as strong of a premise or a message, but it certainly matches the quality of zippy animation and clever zingers. ... Read full review »
As I write this review, I’m looking at the action figure design for the witch in 2016’s Blair Witch. It’s a skeletal creature with long hair and tattered loincloth, wielding an axe. This is a very generic design that could easily blend into the multitudes forgettable movie monsters. You don’t exactly see this character in the movie; only from a distance as her presence is muddled in blurs and darkness. It’s a little reminder about what can make a great horror movie and primarily what made the first Blair Witch movie so popular: less is more. ... Read full review »