Title: Home Director: Tim Johnson Screenwriter: Tom J. Astle (screenplay), Matt Ember (screenplay), and Adam Rex (book “The True Meaning of Smekday”) Principal Cast: Jim Parsons, Rihanna, Steve Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Matt Jones, and Brian Stepanek Summary: Oh, an alien on the run from his own people, lands on Earth and makes friends with the […]
In an effort to round out the coverage around here, I’m taking it upon myself to become the TV show guru and bring you reviews, editorials, and news from the world of the small screen. In this regard, I’d like to humbly submit to you a list of shows that you should be on the […]
DreamWorks Animation’s Penguins of Madagascar is a hilariously funny comedy featuring those four adorable, lovable penguins we grew to love in DreamWorks 2005 feature – Madagascar. Filled with slapstick humor and witty one-liners, this movie is sure to have you rolling with laughter. Follow Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private as they join forces with the North Wind, an elite […]
Not being one to mince words when it comes to posts that are heavily video based, enjoy the first five minutes of the hotly anticipated sequel (at least here at WPR, our kids are going nuts for this) thanks to DreamWorks Animation. The movie opens on June 13 and continues the story of Hiccup and […]
Turbo, the DreamWorks film about a snail that is fast enough to race in the Indy 500, is adorable, and highly enjoyable, if you are old enough to get the jokes.
For those of you threatening to cancel your accounts, hold off until you hear about the actual good news coming from Netflix this week.
Say what you will about Dreamworks and their animated movies. At least they don’t try to hide behind their fans when they announce that sequels are in the works…I’m looking at you Disney Pixar Cars 2.
I wrote about it some time ago about how this movie became a daddy/daughter moment, and it really was one of the best animated movies that I had seen since Wall-E. If Dreamworks Animation can keep up the quality with the sequel, I’m game.
I’m going to catch holy hell for this, but I’ve become a bigger fan for Dreamworks Animation projects over those from Pixar. That’s not to say that I don’t love Pixar, but to me, they’re #2.
Mr. del Toro and the animation studio best known for movies like Shrek, Kung-Fu Panda, and How to Train a Dragon, have been courting each other for some time now…but have only recently decided to taken their relationship to the next level. This is all thanks to the deal that he signed with DreamWorks Animation […]
Avert your eyes if you don’t want to know the fate of Brad Pitt’s character Metro Man in the new Dreamworks Animation movie Megamind.