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The list isn´t in any particular order, and it is NOT complete. Note: In case you are wondering why some hated titles (Like for example, The Problem Solverz) weren´t included on this list, is because I haven´t seem them yet.
Anyway, like I said before the list is not complete and probably would be subject to changes in the future.
A before' and an after' in the history of South Park
It was thanks to this movie that "South Park" passed from being a "cult-classic" series to a mainstream success similar to The Simpsons.
It was fun, and cleverly written, with some genuinely brilliant songs. But the surreal wackiness from the first two seasons is still present here, giving the film a certain nostalgic charm.
South Park is so different now, but its humble beginnings never fail to amuse me. The movie marked the end of that early stage prior to the third season.
To think that we could have had "Hellboy 3" instead of this
There are a couple of interesting visuals there and there, but the overall result is just meh.
The main problem this movie has is Hellboy himself, in this version the character feels way too whiny and annoying, and all the characters (Excpet for Alice) are portrayed as unlikeable jerks, so so it's hard to root for them.
Annabelle Comes Home (2019)
The first "Annabelle" movie wasn't good, but it wasn't that bad either.
The second was an improvement, being creepier, but it left me feeling that there wasn't anything else to say in the story of the doll Annabelle.
This sequel proved these impressions right, by adding anything absolutely anything new, and instead it keeps rehashing the same jumpscares from the previous two films in the dullest, most unimaginative way.
These "Conjuring" spin-offs have become completely redundant by this point. This is a complete soulless cash grab with very little entertainment value.
An atipical, underrated animation
This is a very atypical animation. It was atypical back then in the 2006, and it could be still considered as an unusual work 14 years later.
In certain ways, it could be said "Princess" was ahead of its time, predating the equally impressive and atypical "Waltz with Bashir" in which the animation allows the possibility of handling a story that hypothetically could have been done in live action from a complete different perspective. Said plot is very harsh and bitter, with a blatant contrast between such kind of bleakness and the cartoonish, "friendly-looking" designs, but there is also room for moments of poetical beauty which honestly wouldn't have been the same in a more conventional revenge film.
I do see a certain influence of Ralph Bakshi's works, particularly in the way the movie alternates animation with a couple of scenes done in live action. Its symbolic, completely unexpected ending could be compared with the final scene of "Heavy Traffic", but done in a much more tragic way.
The result is frankly impressive, in my view.
The best live-action Transformer film
This movie was a pleasant surprise.
Simple, but entertaining, and much truer to the characters and the spirit of the 80s cartoon than the Michael Bay films. The CGI is nice, and there is a good balance between the serious and comical moments.
Without being a masterpiece, this movie is a decent-watch for the whole family.
I hope the future "Transformers" movie keep a similar tone to this (Or at least, to the initial scene on planet Cybertron, which is easily the highest point from this feature)
An underwhelming conclusion
Wow, it seems somebody at Nickelodeon watched "Logan".
And while "Logan" is an excellent movie, trying to do a kid-friendly version of that film as a conclusion for the rather light-hearted 2012 version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles just doesn't work for me.
Not to mention, there is no resolution for some loose ends from the previous episodes, and doesn't even bothers to do any mention of the ultimate fate of the main characters besides of the Ninja Turtles themselves: April and Karai are completely ignored here, despite their important role in several chapters from the rest of the series.
The 2012 version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles had everything to be the best iteration of the franchise, and started very well, but these final episodes (And this finale TV special in particular) were frankly lackluster and disappointing.
A decent conclusion for Transformers Prime
This TV movie was as a decent epilogue for the Transformers Prime series.
This is the kind of satisfying conclusion I would wanted for the 2012 version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles instead of what we got.
A very promising pilot
This pilot looked much better than a large majority of animated series from the last years.
The animation was good, and the premise seems fun, resembling some sort of mixture of "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and "Adventure Time".
I hope this eventually becomes and actual series.
Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)
A so-so sequel
It had its moments, but it wasn't as good and charming as the first movie.
A good sequel
The first Lego movie was surprisingly good, despite its bizarre premise.
This sequel, while not as great as the first film, managed to be a fun follow-up.
Mike Mitchell directed plenty of bad movies in the past ( Such as Deuce Bigalow, Sky High and the third part of Alvin and the Chipmunks) but this is (for me, at least) the best thing he had ever done.
Shame the movie wasn't very succesful, since these Lego movies were charming and fun. In terms of quality it was much better and not as dissapointing as "Ralph Breaks the Internet".
A sastisfying epilogue for the original Full Metal Alchemist series
I remember this movie was widely criticized back then: The fans of the original manga which disliked the plot changes of the original "Full Metal Alchemist" anime considered this movie made the ending even "worse", and those who liked the ending of the original television series considered this movie "ruined" a perfectly satisfying conclusion.
I personally liked a lot the final episodes of the original Full Metal Alchemist show, to the point I prefer it to the super-happy conclusion of "Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood", but I liked this movie too.
Maybe the fans were expecting a "Happily-ever-after" perfect type of ending with Edward reuniting with Al and Winry, but such type of resolution would feel totally out of place in comparison with the rest of the series.
My only complaint is that the antagonist was a little bit underwhelming, and the final confrontation lacked the epic feel a story of this kind should have.
But other than that, this movie does a good job adding some closure to certain loose ends frm the original television series, not "ruining" it as some fans claimed, but fullfilling it instead.
The sad reality of our world (2017)
"Are You Lost In The World Like Me?" with a different audio
This is just the music video of Moby's song "Are You Lost In The World Like Me?", just with a different background music.
The alternate audio is so melodramatic that ends being ridiculous, almost as if it was some sort of sarcastic parody. If you believe the original music video was way too heavy-handed, the cheesy sad music used here takes the heavy-handed aspect to a whole new level.
A good introduction to this character
I don't know very much about Shazam/Captain Marvel, but this short serves perfectly wall as a nice introduction to the character, and I would totally recommend it to any casual viewer., with a nice animation and a entertaining plot.
The 2019 movie was okay too.
South Park: Pinkeye (1997)
My first South Park episode
This episode was the very first time when I had the chance of seeing South Park: I was still a kid back then, but i immediately loved it: It was so radically different to any other cartoon I had seen before, being far wackier and far more unpredictable than series like The Simpsons or The Critic (The only "adult" cartoons I had the chance to see prior to this)
And while the humor of those early episode might seem a little bit too "simple" in comparison of the satirical elements of later episodes, I think those episodes are still fun to watch, having a certain surreal charm which sadly the series seem to lack nowadays.
Superman 75 (2013)
A nice Superman tribute
Inspiring and fun to watch, this quick look into the evolution of this character is worth every second.
A must-see for every Superman fan and also one of Bruce Timm finest works.
The Lion King (2019)
A tolerable, but ultimately pointless remake
I got the feeling this movie will suffer the same fate than James Cameron's Avatar: A major success at the box office praised as a technical marvel destined to be forgotten, while the original film will continue to be remembered as a timeless classic.
My favorite Spiderman film
This is probably the most enjoyable Spiderman related-media I have seen in a long time.
The hype and all these good reviews were totally justified this time, since "Into the Spider-Verse" manages to be a highly entertaining blockbuster which balances perfectly well the fun and excitement with an engaging plot and impressive visuals.
Definitely, one of the best releases of the year. Much better than the dull and uninspired Homecoming movie.
It was cute
This was a charming Christmas-themed movie. And personally enjoyed it more than most of the recent Holiday films and specials from the recent years, mostly thanks to its animation style, with simple but appealing designs, which reminded of the Disney animations from the 80s and early 90s.
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight (2018)
Victorian Age Batman deserves more appreciation
Iconic characters are perfectly able to work well in many different kind of settings without losing their essence, and this movie is a perfect example of that , adapting quite well the Batman mythos to the Victorian era.
My only complaint is the reveal that happens near the end of the movie, which felt a bit rushed and it could it have been foreshadowed in a much better manner, instead of seeming the result of a decision taken at the last moment in order to take the audience by surprise.
Still, it is another solid Batman animation and personally I wouldn't mind to see more adventures involving this particular incarnation of the character.
Oh, and just like it happened with "Justice League Dark", I'm still not sure why this got an "R" rating since most of its content was relatively tamed, despite the mature premise.
Thir13en Ghosts (2001)
Cool ghosts, average movie
The most solid aspect from this movie were the visuals, with some nice effects and very cool-looking ghosts. The premise was interesting too, but sadly doesn't live up to its full potential, relying too much in its flashy imagery rather than in a proper development of the plot and the characters.
But at least it was somewhat entertaining to watch, unlike "Ghost Ship", the second film directed by Steve Beck which was absolutely awful from beginning to end and had no reedeming features, being very poor both visually and narratively speaking.
Thir13en Ghosts is a masterpiece in comparison with that movie.
An underrated superhero flick
I honestly enjoyed Venom much more than most of those ridiculously overhyped superhero films from the recent years, which despite being inspid and formulaic tend to have raving reviews, while this movie got plenty of hate from the critics.
But at least I am glad to see audiences genuinely enjoyed this movie, because, despite having a couple of awkward moments, this was genuinely interesting to watch, instead of merely being the same regurgitated crap of always: This must be the result of the inclusion of horror elements in this story, and while I wish this movie had been rated R as it was originally planned, the result is still satisfying anyway.
I'm still not entirely sure about this whole "Spider-verse" idea (Why all the movies have to be part of a "serialized universe" these days?) but at least Venom was step in the right direction in my opinion.
Shuten Douji (1989)
Nasty but somewhat fun to watch
I always had some mixed feelings about this OVA series: This was one of the very first horror animes I ever watched, having the chance to see it way before seeing any of the Devilman animations, and it was impressed by how gratuitous it was, having plenty of graphic violence and constant nudity.
The first episode was particularly nasty and creepy, but I think the atmosphere was good and I liked the stylish designs. On the other side, the plot was rather flat, being a typical battle of good vs evil, but just with more extreme content.
But at least, it wasn't boring to watch, so that's something.
Justice League Dark (2017)
A decent watch
Justice League Dark didn't disappoint any of my expectations, being another good entry for the DC animated universe.
It was entertaining to watch and it had a nice animation and designs. It was also nice to see some often overlooked characters from DC comics (Such as Deadman) getting some spotlight, and honestly more of these lesser know characters deserve their own opportunity to shine.
And honestly I don't know why this got an "R", taking into consideration how The Flashpoint Paradox got only a PG-13 rating despite being far more violent than this movie.
At least it tried to be slightly more original than the other sequels
Not a big fan of this particular entry of the franchise, but I appreciate that it tried to do something somewhat different with the plot instead of the repeating the same formula of the previous sequels (Which were basically rehashes of the first film, but with different characters)
Chavo the chihuahua dog is still the best character of the whole series.
Tuck me In?
This seems to be another adaptation of the same story that inspired the short "Tuck Me In".
Well, there isn't much else that could be said about it besides that, but at least it's nice to see how that story seemed to have a certain universal appeal that made it being adapted several times by different filmmakers from different parts of the world.