Finding Nemo is a great film and you should rush out to see it this weekend whether you like 3D or not.Read more "Film Review: Finding Nemo 3D"
Pixar’s latest entry, Brave, is a reimagining of the damsel driven fairy tale and Brave finds success outside its title not making a whole lot of sense and the connective tissues of the plot not being terribly well earned.Read more "Film Review: Brave"
Hello internet perusers! We are back with round 2 of the four part year break down of things to come. Between April and June, the writers on HST have plenty that we are looking forward to in movies, music, and games,, and we want to share them with you. No, none of these are April […]Read more "Looking Ahead to 2012: Quarter 2 (April – June)"
In my first post on this site I stated that I there are only 5 movie sequels that I love. Well, I saw Predators the other night…and that didn’t change the count, in fact Predators was bad. But the following night I got the kid some snacks and we saddled up Toy Story 3. I […]Read more "Reflections with Toy Story 3"
Cars 2 is fun, funny, fast paced, and an exciting spy movie that improves upon the original Cars and has fun with the genre its playing in; while turning in some quality set pieces that a lot of action movies wish they had. Check out my review of the Toy Story Toons short in front […]Read more "Review: Cars 2"
The Toy Story gang is back in the first of three short ‘Toy Story Toons’ and after this I can not wait for more.Read more "Review: Toy Story Toons: Hawaiian Vacation"
I am just going to go ahead and apologize now cuz things are about to get sentimental. As I am sure many people will admit to, when I was little I seriously wondered if my toys could come to life when I wasn’t around. Then Toy Story was released, and though I was a very […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Toy Story 3"
The toys that made Pixar who they are today are back for their third (and final?) film and the results are on par with the stellar previous entries; especially the fantastic third act. The third film in this trilogy takes place eight years after the events of the second film and the toys are dying […]Read more "Review: Toy Story 3"
Up proves itself to be another hit for Disney-Pixar, to the enjoyment of children of all ages. Towards the latter part of Carl Fredricksen’s life he decides to take a very unconventional trip to Paradise Falls, South America in order to fulfill a promise he made to his late wife. However, this sentimental trip inside […]Read more "Rental Review – Up"
Pete Docter’s – Monster’s, Inc. (2001) Pete Docter’s Pixar debut was a heartfelt and hilarious look into the world of monsters and what they do on the other side of our closet doors. Sully, a tall and furry blue monster, is the leading scarer at Monsters Inc., a company that harvests children’s screams to power […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – Monsters, Inc. (2001)"