A page in Rugrats’ history book that deserves to be torn into smithereens and be never seen from the face of this earth! Enjoy this review/rant and let me know your opinions as well.
Another installment in the Rugrats Tales from the Crib series and one that I actually like a lot more than its predecessor. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
While not my most favorite adaptation of the classic Grimm’s Brothers tale of Snow White, this was kind of decent. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
My tribute to one of the founding fathers of Nicktoons and what makes it one of the longest-running and most successful Nicktoons of all time.
This may not be a video game review, but I look back upon two of the many PS1 games that I played ever since I was a wee lad. Enjoy this lookback video and I would love to know your thoughts on Rugrats: In Search of Reptar and Rugrats: Studio Tour as well.
part 2… https://www.bitchute.com/video/rBd3za6SBNId/
here to help, or are they? https://www.bitchute.com/video/YfQsdDdDqzMA/
I’d also like to mention that Vice Principal Pangborne was voiced by the ever awesome Clancy Brown, known for his roles as Mr Krabs from Spongebob Squarepants, Wolf from Gargoyles and Lex Luthor in Superman the Animated Series and Justice League. He does a very good job in this role just like all the other voice actors despite this show being less than stellar.
Oh, Rugrats Go Wild. It’s no wonder why animated films like this pale extremely in comparison to the likes of Finding Nemo, Tokyo Godfathers, Triplets of Belleville, Pirates of the Carribean, Thirteen, Seabiscuit, Oldboy, The Animatrix and Brother Bear, which are some of the best films in 2003. This below mediocre piece of rhino-fodder has made some of my brain cells disintegrate despite some decent moments. Enjoy this review and let me know your opinions as well. Oh yeah, and even if Susie had a lot more to do in this film, it does not excuse the fact that I don’t care for it at all.
I forgot to mention in this review that Mr. Yamaguchi was voiced by the legendary Mako Iwamatsu or Mako for short, who you all know as Aku from Samurai Jack and Iroh from Avatar: The Last Airbender. He was able to make the best out of such a thanklessly minute character as he gave a solid performance. Enjoy this review and let me know your opinions as well.