Olivia’s Catastrophe ~ Oh my Sequels!
time it is not going to be about sequels of books, but sequels of movies
instead! I bet you never saw that one coming 😉
loved Kung Fu Panda, loved Madagascar, and loved Night at the Museum.
were pretty bad. Especially Night at the Museum!
comes to his acting skills I dislike them for some reason, so I usually steer
clear of his movies. But in this movie he did a great job, and even though this
sort of had a Toy Story theme going on, I loved the concept of these creatures
coming to life. The monkey that continuously slapped him had me laughing, and
there was also a serious plot that made me interested in how the movie was
going to end out! I loved Robin Williams role in this movie as well. The
characters were well done and in the end of this movie I knew I was going to
watch it again. And again.
certain things that they tried to put into this movie again to make it link up and
seem just as good as before. There were scenes with the monkey and slapping
involved, but it was boring this time around. I felt like they had just reused
the same relationship and moment for the sake of being funny, and then suddenly
it wasn’t anymore.
fulfill the role Robin Williams had done before as well, which made it seem
like another recycled plot line. I can’t remember everything that happened in
the second movie simply because it wasn’t a memorable story. I felt like they
were trying too hard with jokes and it turned out to fall flat for me.
at the Museum 3. I am not looking forward to watching that one at all (but
knowing me, I probably will end up watching it).
because they want to earn some more money, and that is why they are so similar
to the first one. So that they can be equally as successful. When companies do
that it bothers me a lot.
They had a new villain, a completely unique plot line. There were the same
relationships and characters but they were tested again, and there was
something new Po had to discover about himself instead of the same storyline as
before. Everything was different, but some themes were carried through to keep
the connection between the two movies alive. That is what makes a good sequel.
and trilogies soon, so make sure you look out for that one 😉
New Video! Book review of Order of the Dimensions by Irene Helenowski!
have ever seen?