Netflix and Nickelodeon just announced a partnership that will include original programming. This had to be a response to Disney Plus.
I have a soft spot for IM2. Even if it's not good, I still enjoy it on rewatch. The only MCU movie that I haven't been able to enjoy on rewatch is The Incredible Hulk, but that mostly has to do with my inability to see Ed Norton as any character other than Derek Vinyard, no matter what role he's playing.New-New-New England Order said:I've started my MCU watch through. These movies have been talked to death but it has to be reiterated how bad Iron Man 2 is. It reminded me way too much of Spider Man 3 in the scattershot plot, unlikable main character (but at least you could understand why Stark is acting that way) and multiple uninteresting villains. I checked out about an hour in.
My daughter loves Forky, so we've been watching all of them. They're so cute, only about 5 minutes long, and well worth watching. We have to watch this one, but I loved What is Art.The Amazing Rando said:Forky asking "What Is Love" is probably my favorite thing on the whole platform.
You're right, Lion King didn't deserve its praise. A kid named Macintosh living in a mansion in a pure 90s movie named Blank Check? Genius! Blank Check was one of the more memorable movies of my early 90s kid movies when I was a kid.The Valeyard said:Did they ever fix the aspect ratio on the Simpsons, by chance?
Apparently I watched Blank Check and the Lion King (animated real version) last night in a bit of a chemical haze. Wrong one got the praise, I can tell you that.