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A Man Undercover

I’m an Autistic-Conservative-Christian who loves to write, act, paint, and so much more, with so many ideas in my head it’s hard to make them stay put. I also have quite an unusual sense of humor.

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    My Movie Review on Hercules (1997)

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    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

    Today, I'm gonna give you guys my take of Disney's "Hercules".

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    My Movie Review on Braveheart

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    Sound the trumpets! Play the drums! Light the fireworks! And wave the American flag! Because it's once again the time of year to celebrate American becoming its own country.

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    My Movie Review on Madagascar (2005)

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    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

    Today, for my 165th film analysis, I'm gonna give you guys my take of Dreamworks's "Madagascar".

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    My Movie Review/Extreme Rant on Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House

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    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

    Today, for the second installment of this year's "Christmas in July" saga, and following my previous analysis...

    Well, I'm not going to sugarcoat it. This review is on one of the worst Christmas films and sequels of all-time:

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  • 6 days
    My Movie Review on Home Alone 3

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    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

    Today, for the first installment of this year's "Christmas in July" series, I'm gonna give you guys my take of "Home Alone 3".

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Spies in Disguise Trailer Review · 1:23pm Apr 24th, 2019

My 5th trailer review.

Golly, it’s also my second review on a trailer promoting an animated film, especially since my first three were on live-action films and my last one was the first to be on an animated film.

Anyway, today I have decided to make my latest review on the first trailer of Blue Sky Studios’s upcoming film “Spies in Disguise”, which is also set to be the first film to be distributed by Disney since their parent company, Fox, was bought a little while back.

First, I’m gonna let you guys have a look at this:

Now, it’s onto my thoughts:

This trailer is total awesomeness!!!

Ever since I first saw this teaser, I found myself completely interested in seeing this film. It looks really fun!

I couldn’t help but laugh at the reaction Will Smith’s character had at suddenly being a pigeon and the gags used with him. I also felt astounded by the action it depicted, because it gave off an action-y feeling that I don’t think has been seen in animation since...well, probably since “The Incredibles”. The animation that the film has additionally looks absolutely splendid, like it is made to be used for a spy film. The fact that both Will Smith and Tom Holland are starring in this film is also something that excites me all the more, and I feel awfully excited to see it because of the rest of the film’s ensemble too, such as Karen Gillan (The Marvel Cinematic Universe and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle).

It actually occurred to me just recently that there have been little to no animated films about secret agents, really. And, in a time where the Spy genre itself seems to be becoming a bit rare with only the James Bond series to hold it up, this film looks like it’ll be something that could give new life to it, kind of like what the Pirates of the Caribbean series did for the Pirate genre itself.

All in all, in contrast to those who have given mixed or negative responses to this trailer, especially at the part where Smith’s character gets turned into a pigeon, I’m really excited to see this film soon and I think it’s going to be something totally entertaining.

What do you guys think?

Comments ( 15 )

Totally forgot that Blue Sky was a part of Fox.

Man, if Disney keeps going at this rate, they'll have a monopoly on the whole media industry.

I could tell from the thumbnail that it was going to be a Will Smith movie. The artists drew the character SO similar to him.

And thank gawd it doesn't look like Oscar from Shark Tale 😅


I suppose the next thing that could happen someday is Warner Brothers buying MGM and merging with them.

Visually the movie looks impressive and I can see a bit of potential with this feature if it's done right. My biggest worry with this feature is if due to spending some time as a pigeon, there's going to be a ton of 'unwanted' jokes involving these kind of birds thereby risking what could essentially be the heart of the story. Otherwise, I am sincerely hoping that this feature is promising enough to prove that 'Blue Sky' is more than just the 'Ice Age' company.

Or Disney buying Warner Bros.


Although Warner Bros. is a pretty strong company and competitor, so any offer to buy them would likely be refused. Same with Universal.

I'm not really interested in watching this movie because I hate Spy Movies.

If Warner Bros. purchases Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the company will have its pre-1986 library restored if Warner permits it.


Along with that, much of MGM’s properties, such as Tom and Jerry, were later sold to Warner Brothers anyway. It seems to say that they’d be a great mix.

Good thing that Anticompetitive Monopolization is illegal.

What’s Anticompetitive Monopolization?

An Anticompetitive Monopolization is a Monopoly achieved through Anticompetitive practices including activities like price fixing, group boycotts, and exclusionary exclusive dealing contracts or trade association rules, and are generally grouped into two types: agreements between competitors, also referred to as horizontal conduct.

The more competitors a company takes over without fully absorbing them, the greater the Parent Company's aptitude for Anticompetitive practices becomes.
If you effectively control the lion's share of the market by having bought out or merged with most other businesses in the field, you are in a position to starve the remaining competition.

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