75-72 Killer Whales left in the Southern Resident!! All must be saved!!

2020 is a nightmare year because of not just the wildfires in Australia, as well as COVID-19, but the way that the weather can be faulty as well as how this is. Orcas becoming more and more endangered than ever before. Just recently, this came in.

A pregnant orca after so many years? (This isn’t the mother who lost her calf at sea)

A grieving mother orca had been out on the ocean, balancing her calf until it died all of a sudden at a young age. The calf was the first from an endangered British Columbia orca, born alive in the last 3 years.

After 17 days, the mother orca had to let her go, as researchers found out that the southern resident orca population of these killer whales are now down to 75-72. 75-72 killer whales left in the southern resident. It’s the lowest since the 1980’s which is pretty bad. And like for what people should do, orcas must be saved for sure.

Their population should grow more and more, and therefore, these killer whales wouldn’t be endangered species after all. Not, repeat NOT decrease their population. If this keeps up, on how we are dealing with threats, pandemics, and so much more, this future would be nothing that people has ever dreamed of. The way for how these orcas need to be saved along with polar bears, pandas tigers, cheetahs and etc, as they need much attention. Not the way for how people are addicted to too much technology, media too, as these endangered species are dying but need to be saved big time. Not after supper, not after breakfast, not tomorrow. NOW!!

Harriet (2019)

Everyone deserves freedom. Big time. No matter on how much they need it. Especially when we had faced COVID-19, as we were stuck at home for so many months. Which was why this came as it made me well entertained, as how it relates to what we faced as how “Joker” was, in these harsh times. And I wouldn’t be spending the rest of my days cooped up with some god awful grey haired woman, and her deaf-hearing, computer addicted, cranky tempered husband in Gatineau, Quebec who thinks I’m her precious, and she would be like Gollum from “The Lord of the Rings”. I would deserve freedom big time, like how she did in this, and everyone else today.

Rather than ending up like that two poor men when they fell out the rear window, and were found dead. Bloody terminated….

This movie was nominated for two Golden Globe Award nominations, and two Oscar award nominations. Both going for Best Actress and Best Original Song. Unfortunately, they lost those awards no thanks to Elton John on ‘I’m Gonna Love Me Again’ from the gay movie “Rocketman”, and Renee Zelleweger as Judy Garland in “Judy”.

Based on a true story on for what happened in history, this occurred near the 1850’s. Way before the American Civil War began. This showed the beginning of the Underground Railroad. African-American people hiding away from their owners, as they want their own freedom.

Cynthia Ervio was Harriet Tubman. A saviour for her people, as she rescued slaves to freedom, dozen by dozen. By making sure that they all escape together, and never look back at how their old homes were. Because of their nasty owners who were treating them badly.

She wasn’t just any woman. She can have dreams that can lead to the future. A believer in God too than how Joan or Arc was. She can sense things on what can happen, and then prevent that from happening. Even when someone she knows of dies. I can be like her who can have dreams as visions to the future. Not too much like that Danny boy from “The Shining” & “Doctor Sleep”. And as a saviour, she can be like Moses as she mentions him in her songs of what he did.

In the very end, she rescued over 70 slaves to freedom. During the Civil War, she was a spy for the Union Army. She lead 150 African-American soldiers in the Combahee River Raid, freeing over 750 slaves. That’s like getting many prisoners out of a P.O.W camp. Even if you would have to sacrifice yourself to save them. In a raid or a final conflict against a nasty battalion. So she lead her people to freedom. And for the remaining years of their lives, all were free.

Some of them in fact, migrated to St. Catherine’s, Ontario and Nova Scotia, far north of Canada during Canada’s confederation as they were glad to be in Canada as how Harriet did.

Harriet Tubman lived until she was 91 years old on March 10th, 1913. (A year after the Titanic disaster off the coast near Newfoundland, and a year before the First World War broke out). Her last words were…”I go to prepare a place for you”. Cynthia Ervio used that quote as the very last bit in her Oscar nominated song, “Stand Up”.

Kasi Lemmons, actress/film director (left)

For an amazing success, 10/10 stars is what I give. Thanks to actress/film director Kasi Lemmons. In which she was Ardelia Mapp. Her character pal to Jodie Foster’s character as Clarice Starling, in the Oscar winning psychological horror movie….

“Have the lambs stopped screaming?”

….”The Silence of the Lambs”.

Ben Mankiewicz, host of TV channel Turner Classic Movies.

Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz had mentioned about this, as I was glad I enjoyed it. He mentioned her and her film during Oscar award season as they showed “The Silence of the Lambs” for the first time on their TV channel.

The real Harriet Tubman.

Remember, everyone deserves freedom. Big time. No matter what the cost may be. As a lot of people need to be free. Just like Harriet Tubman, an amazing saviour.

“I do wish we could chat longer but, I’m having a foe for a ton of payback”.
“Bye”

(he hungs up the phone)

(End theme for “The Silence of the Lambs” plays)

Regina Spektor- While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Kubo and the Two Strings)

November 22nd, 1968 was the release of the original song, “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”. Written by George Harrison, the lead guitarist as the Beatles sang it. Since John Lennon’s assassination on December 18th, 1980 ate age 40, and George Harrison’s death on November 29th, 2001 at age 58, their song was inspirational. Not a fan of it, but I did find their song ‘Yesterday’ interesting since there was that 2019 movie, of the same name by the song, where the Beatles never existed.

Years after those two died, came a new singer, only a female this time.

Russian-born American singer Regina Spektor, came to North America in 1989 when she was 9 years old, as she went on to do some singing in her career not only as a singer, but as a songwriter and pianist. Then came her big chance in 2016….

Hired by Travis Knight, stop motion animator for Laika, for his directional debut “Kubo and the Two Strings”, she was the singer for her favourite song, “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”. By George Harrison himself. Used in the end credits of that stop motion animated film, she actually sang it, as how they showed on how they made the gigantic skeleton monster before the curtains were closed.

It was indeed a roller coaster ride on how they made this film, as I do felt sorry for them on how that movie was left out nominated for one Golden Globe Award, and two Oscar awards. (No thanks to the dark side that stole them).

So anyway as Regina Spektor sang this, they used both a flute, and a shamisen while recording this song. A Japanese guitar with only three strings as how the one was in the movie. Like for what Travis Knight told on in a few interviews, he had been inspired by Japanese culture a lot since childhood. Which was why this is the 2016 version of the hit George Harrison song, “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”.

Whenever I listen to this, I think of Japanese culture too. And how remarkable it can be. Just like “Kubo and the Two Strings”….

Gladiator (2000)

Nominated for 12 Oscar awards, and won five including Best Picture in the year 2000, this shows on how we should be aware of the Roman Empire. For how greedy people were at that time, and how they took too much control. Thanks to director Ridley Scott, he had an amazing cast. Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Richard Harris, Djimon Hounsou, and Derek Jacobi since “The Secret of NIMH”.

In the year 180 AD, a general lost his wife and kid during the dark times of how the Roman Empire was. Instead of getting arrested, he escaped and collapsed from his injuries. Until he was caught by slaves and was taken to Algeria. No longer a general, of a traitor, or a slave, but a gladiator. He and his friends were taken to Rome, Italy as they had their fights in the Coliseum. Where the emperor, Commodus would be there, watching them fight.

One of these fights was when he dealt with Tigris of Gaul, they used four Siberian tigers in the Coliseum. He did kill one, before it was gonna kill him. The other three, he gave mercy to them including Tigris. Didn’t decapitated him, thank god. But this was one of the reasons on why we should never use live animals to be killed in movies. Cause as you know, Siberian tigers are endangered species like the cheetahs, penguins, orcas, and all the animals on Earth that need to be saved. And we do not want to let them be extinct. No way José.

He did get his revenge on Commodus at climax. By tabbing him at the throat. And after he died of his wounds, all of Rome believed that he was truly a gladiator. He demonstrated not only as a warrior, as a real saviour for all of Rome than some lousy emperor named Commodus.

Film critic Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun Times gave this 2 out of 4 stars, criticizing the look of the film as “muddy, fuzzy & indistinct”. He also derided the writing, and he quoted… “It employs depression as a substitute for personality, and believes that if characters are bitter and morose enough, we won’t notice how dull they are”. He didn’t like it, but it does give me the truth on how the Roman Empire did went too far since Mt. Vesuvius destroyed Pompeii.

So for a straight 8/10 stars, I’ll call this one a success. And I did felt bad for Roger Ebert when he reviewed movies like this one, before he died near the mid 2010’s. Some he liked, the others were thumbs down. Since then and after his death, I was all OMG that years later, some of these cast members did became amazing in some movies. Two things related to this info.

1. Djimon Hounsou, Russell Crowe, & Joaquin Phoenix worked for the support of DC Comics on their superhero films. J. Phoenix was Arthur Fleck/Joker in the award winning film, “Joker”, Russell Crowe was Jor-El in “Man of Steel”, and Djimon Hounsou was the old wizard who gave a kid superpowers by his magic name in “Shazam”. By watching them, all were amazing and powerful.

2. Richard Harris was Prof. Dumbledore in the first two ‘Harry Potter’ movies before his death in late October of 2002. Michael Gambon took his place as Roger Ebert was pleased with a few of the movies. Except for ‘The Goblet of Fire’ & ‘The Half Blood Prince’ that he didn’t review, as I would agree with him that ‘The Order of the Phoenix’ was indeed, the sloppiest.

In conclusion, the next time a movie shows that take place during the Roman Empire, and doesn’t turn out great, it’s thumbs down for sure. Just like J. Phoenix’s character, and Roger Ebert too as how he would rate movies.

Panda! Go, Panda! (1972)

NOTE: I watched this online on the Internet. G-rated, so it’s suitable for all ages. And it definitely beats ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’.

Directed by Isao Takahata, and created by Hayao Miyazaki, I definitely give this 10/10 stars and an ‘A++’ like “The Castle of Cagliostro” and the rest of their anime masterpieces. Some they did in the early beginning like this one and for what I mentioned; the rest from Studio Ghibli.

I’ve seen a girl named Molly who owned a legendary Pokémon beast named Entei as she had Delia Ketchum to be her human mom in “Pokémon 3: The Movie”, but this is way, way before that occurred. Thanks to those two that did this, it would be a real fantasy story if a girl had a baby panda as her son, and the father panda as the daddy.

Set in Japan, after a grandmother left for Nagasaki for a funeral of her husband, her very responsible granddaughter took care of the house until she had two visitors. A baby panda and her father panda. Both the girl and the two pandas were like a real family while the grandmother was away. Next, while she was away, was that they rescued circus animals from a flash flood, and on a runaway train that went off the rails since the Titfield Thunderbolt.

All the circus animals became very kind friends to Mimiko and the two pandas as her family. And this is the real deal on their animation than the ones we see today. Crappy in North America, but remarkably beautiful thanks to Japan on such animator/directors such as Isao Takahata and Hayao Miyazaki.

My older brothers are addicted to rock climbing and tennis, as well as hanging out with girls, and being on the internet too much, but are very irresponsible as they don’t clean up after themselves. But Mimiko here is totally responsible for how she takes very good care of herself. In fact, she had done very good deeds on how she cares for animals such as pandas, tigers, elephants, giraffes, horses, and more. Which is why I give this 10/10 stars, and an ‘A++’.

Pokémon the Movie 2000- 20th anniversary

July 21st, 2000 was the release of this hit anime movie, as it became a success after “Pokémon: The First Movie”. Every single anime fan who loved the card game, toys, anime tv show and more, were all OMG as they loved this in movie theatres. I was one of them as I saw this in movie theatres before I got myself into “Digimon: The Movie” with my two brothers.

Before the movie began, how can we forget “Pikachu’s Rescue Adventure”? Cause that happened just before the movie started. While Ash, Misty and Tracey were taking a nap in the sun under a tree, Togepi went on a tumble down the hill near the campgrounds and disappeared. Pikachu, Marill, Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Venonat and Psyduck had follow for where Togepi went by going down a rabbit hole. By finding themselves at a big tree in a canyon, they found Togepi in a nest of Exeggcute. Just before they left to bring Togepi back, they met new friends including an Elekid, as how they had to save the rest of the nests when a storm struck. In conclusion, just before they said their goodbyes to them, one of the Exeggcute’s had evolved into that big egg head plant Exeggcutor by using a leaf stone. Pikachu and his friends got back just before sunset when Ash, Misty and Tracey woke up. After that, we get to the big story that thrills us….

Set in the second season in which Ash, Misty, and Tracey with their Pokémon were out at sea for where the Orange Islands are, Lawrence III was the bad guy causing mayhem. For he was a Pokémon collector, as he was capturing four legendary Pokémon. Articuno, Zaptos, Moltres, and Lugia.

For what he was doing was an absolute mistake. This was upsetting the balance of the three birds who control Fire, Lightning and Ice, as Lugia remains in the sea. Climate and weather went haywire, alerting countless Pokémon across their world. Only three unbreakable glass balls were to restore the balance, as a special song was for them. Ash Ketchum was chosen one as he met a talking Slowking to place the treasures. A girl named Melody did the song at the very end.

After his ship and technology were destroyed, Lawrence III disappeared as he never again did another collection of Legendary Pokémon.

However after the climax, the remarkable part was when Ash and Pikachu got to ride on Lugia all day. After peace had been restored all over the Earth, as Articuno, Zaptos and Moltres never fought as foes ever again. Delia Ketchum, Ash’s mom came at sunset with Prof. Oak from Pallet Town as she and Ash made a promise together.

What about his other friend, Brock that didn’t go with them? He was left at Prof. Ivy’s place cause he had a crush on her. He was doing the work for her until Ivy somehow broke up with him. Team Rocket were in this also, yes. Only helping out Ash by retrieving one of the treasures. They didn’t steal his Pikachu, no. And I did see that part in which Melody kissed Ash on his cheek. This made Misty jealous of her, until they made up later on.

Since that before “Digimon: The Movie” & Pokémon 3: The Movie”, the merchandise were amazing. The Topps trading cards that show scenes from the movie, coupon offers, the movie on videotapes and DVDs, and more. In fact during the movie, they had such amazing singers. Donna Summer, Weird Al Yankovic, The B-52’s, Youngstown, NSYNC, and Nobody’s Angel. Which was why they had those songs in a CD soundtrack weeks later. Oh yes, I was starting to like those singers like the All American Rejects, and Froggy Mix.

Just when the movie was released in North America, they had a special concert premiere in Hollywood, California, USA as they did movie special on TV in the mid-summer. A lot of children who were Pokémon fans were there to see the singers just before the movie. And it was the most best concert I’ve ever seen in my whole life as a youngster. The interviewed many kids and people during the TV special, including NBA basketball player Kobe Bryant. Although I do feel sorry for the people, NBA players, and Spike Lee when Kobe got into that helicopter accident. But to tell you the truth, when I first saw him in this, he was indeed magnificent. And I didn’t knew that he was that young and was a bit of a Pokémon fan.

Thus, 20 years have passed by since that glorious summer in mid 2000. I will not appreciate a new Pokémon movie with Lugia, but this whole phenomenon definitely needs to end immediately. The TV show was suppose to end after Johto, but kept ongoing. In honour of its anniversary, since I got a DVD copy from the early 2000’s rather than the new version from mid 2010’s, I gave it a shot once more on watching it.

Besides, I bought a few Topps trading cards that show scenes from the movie, a poster I kept in my room too, and last but not least, long lost merchandise as treasures themselves. But not too much.

And as I think of those new Pokémon that made their debut such as Elekid, Bellossom, Ledyba, Hoothoot, Dragonair, and some of those Legendary Pokémon like Articuno, Lugia is definitely my favourite. Especially when Ash and Pikachu got to ride on him all day.

So here’s to a 20th anniversary to this hit anime movie. I love how how remarkable Lugia sure is in his appearance.

Kyōto Animation studio…back in business!!

A year had passed since the arson attack on Kyoto Animation, no thanks to a maniac as worse as Charles Manson. They’ve arrested that person for good, as they described as one of the deadliest massacres at the end of the Second World War against Japan.

That person who did that Kyoto Animation fire, his name is Shinji Aoba. And when he did it, he was suffering from a mental illness. Just as how Charles Manson and his hippie weirdo’s did. When they murdered a pregnant Hollywood actress named Sharon Tate and her friends during a baby shower one late night in the mid summer of 1969.

As of 2020, he remains hospitalized after Shinji got burns from the fires as he got caught and arrested. Unable to stand or eat unassisted. Responsible for the deaths of Kyoto Animation directors, it made him give a life imprisonment. I wanted him to be executed and be as dead as Col. Hideki Tojo. But when he is in life imprisonment, he won’t come out of jail until he’s dead.

People in Kyoto mourned for what happened, as after giving flowers to those that have perished in that event, reconstruction began to clean up the mess. No films and artwork were destroyed, but only one was cancelled. They focussed on “Violet Evergarden: The Movie” to be released.

I don’t know who were the directors and people that have been killed in that fire, but it was a tragic day for what occurred. Nearly like the big fire that killed the loving couple of three children in a big mansion in that 2004 film, “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events” with Jim Carrey.

They have new animators joining in as of 2020. Trainee’s too as they are taking their time. In Japan as of 2020, while that occurs as well as a reconstruction for the studio, a monument too, it has been announced that due to the corona virus outbreak, the 2020 Summer Olympics has been postponed to the summer of 2021. Damn.

So all have been well, step by step as we anime fans are glad that the studio remains strong, and justice has accomplished the unexpected.

Top 10 Worst Animated Movies Ever Made

Since I did my ‘Top 10 Worst Movies Ever Made’ review, this is right now, the top 10 worst animated movies ever made. And like film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, thumbs down indeed. 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻

For not only they had bad singing and weird animation, but did not follow the storyline for how they were supposed to be. The trailers looked good, but in those animated movies, they are not my cups of coffee.

NOTE: NO PICTURES THIS TIME.

10. Mega-mind (2010). I’ve seen a fictional monster named Megamind in an TV animated cartoon called ‘Stickin Around’ that in an TV episode once, two kids snuck into a movie theatre to see a monster movie without paying. They were being like Pinocchio on telling lies, only having problems with their rear ends. But in this one, they didn’t talk about the inspiration, as how it relates to that cartoon episode I saw. Its all about superheroes and supervillains too much. Will Ferrell is the voice of a blue skinned big headed alien humanoid from another world, who became a supervillain as he made a big mess in a big city on Earth. Right after killing his arch enemy, Brad Pitt as the voice of a handsome looking super dude named Metro Man.

9. The Pirates! Band of Misfits (2012). Related to that, would be this also. At the time when Queen Victoria ruled Britain in 1837, the only issue with her was that she hated pirates. No matter how sexy, or how bad they were, she hated them all. She in fact, can be as mad and furious as a grinch whenever she deals with them. Out at sea, they were having a special event that brought along a band of pirate misfits, that aren’t so well as they are. And later, were being chased by the entire British navy in all of the seven seas, after a misfit pirate made a absolute mistake when he won himself an award. The issues in this were for how the misfit pirates were dressed as nitwitted girl scouts, how fat a parrot was, how they were robbing wrong ships, and how chubby Queen Victoria is.

8. Doogal (2006). From the creator of ‘The Fairly Oddparents’, he actually did this, as it turns out, we would never trust an irresponsible dog who is addicted to candy too much. By causing a big accident, he let out an evil jack in the box like creature to be set free. His mission was to find three magic stones, so he could annihilate the entire Earth. Like those galactic gemstones that I heard about, in that god awful Marvel Cinematic Universe that everyone were all greedy on, including Josh Brolin as an alien war lord. So that hairy irresponsible canine along with a few friends had to take a long journey for it was indeed, a bad one. For the way they travelled, how that dog was eating & licking, clumsy too, and how they went down the train tracks while being chased.

7. The King & I (1999). An animated musical romantic comedy film, that is not my cup of coffee. In 1862, from London, UK to Bangkok, a female social activist came as a bald headed king got into a relationship with her. The only issues in this movie were songs I didn’t like, that were not from the 1956 live action version with Yul Brynner, some characters that had bad teeth, a monkey too, as how one of the songs, at the end credits was sung by the dastardly Barbara Streisand. Don’t like that singer, but I was glad that Trey Parker & Matt Stone, the creators of ‘South Park’ showed on how totally evil she was. That in season one, episode 12, she wanted two magic triangles together, becoming herself a robotic monster like for what you see in those Godzilla movies.

6. My Life as a Zucchini (2016). Stop motion animated like “Wallace & Gromit”, and lousy throughout the whole film, this blue haired orphan boy after killing his drunk mom in the very beginning of the movie, who are always messy & wouldn’t care, was sent to an orphanage where other kids were like him. When they had trouble with their folks, and why they sent them to that place. The audio didn’t follow the way of how the characters on their lips were moving, as how they can be too much messy. Like if the audio and sound are both out of synchronization. Not good stars in this, as how this was made all the way from Switzerland. This story in fact, took place in Switzerland. And we would never name our kids after vegetables like zucchini’s, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, and more.

5. Luis & The Aliens (2018). Kooky, but obtuse, we would never trust a nutty professor who is totally addicted to UFO sightings, and extraterrestrials. Besides, we are better off alone in the universe after all. During his son’s birthday, what was bad of this, was how he paid no attention to his only son after his wife, the son’s mom died. While he slept throughout the day, the boy which is Luis dealt with three little aliens as they were avoiding trouble such as losing their house, as well as going to an orphanage if the father didn’t listen very much. They got into a big mess or two, as these three little aliens were totally dumb to be in disguised as humans. Especially when this was ripping off “E.T.- The Extraterrestrial”, and both versions of “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”.

4. The Nut Job (2014). In this computer animated movie, Brendan Fraser is a blue squirrel who is a hero on the outside, but a coward on the inside. However, Will Arnett comes along as a violet squirrel coward on the outside, but inside, he’s a real hero. Set in the autumn of a big city far away, some park animals get into stealing nuts from a local shop in town, as later on, they accidentally get into a bank heist by a crime boss after his release from jail. Stephen Lang was the voice of the crime boss, as Liam Neeson was the mean racoon with a red cardinal. Didn’t like this, but in the sequel a bit, I was all OMG and laughing a bit when legendary Jackie Chan joined in, as the voice of a super, duper serious white mouse who is furious like a killer rabbit. So don’t call him cute at all. Ever.

3. Happily N’Ever After (2006). The final movie appearance of George Carlin as the voice of a wizard, as he went on an overdue vacation to Scotland. Especially when he wants to play golf. During his absent, Sigourney Weaver as the voice of a bad stepmom takes over his business on causing the fairy tales to go off balance. By having herself an army of bad guys from every fairy tale including a god awful Rumpelstilskin, than three big bad wolfs, the wizard’s two assistants which are one orange pig & one violet cat, one errand boy and a fairy tale character were to stop that woman, before she could annihilate all fairy tales. The only likes for me were those big bad wolfs, and that purple cat. But to tell the truth, some bits of their animation is worse.

2. Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return (2013). Since the 1939 classic film, people have wondered on what would happen if they did a sequel to the story. On what happens when Dorothy Gale returns to the Land of Oz, to meet with her friends again. Only this time, not a wicked witch, but a jester took over. So after Dorothy returned, she met new friends that were all ‘what the-?’ on. A mistress made out of China clay, a big, clumsy but fabulous owl, and a marshmallow soldier named Marshal Mallow. The songs were very bad, but Martin Short as the jester, and Hugh Dancy as Marshal Mallow were not bad in this. Besides, that marshmallow character makes a good ideal joke to the kids. Even if he was like that gigantic marshmallow man from the “Ghostbusters” franchise.

1. Fly Me To The Moon (2008). Taking the 1# spot on the list, is indeed, the worst of the worst. An animated movie of the Apollo 11 mission, from the Earth to the moon in July of 1969. Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins were the right men, with the right stuff. The only issue in this were stowaways. Three nitwitted bad animated houseflies as kids, one chubby, one brainy, and one lean wanted to be adventurers. So they crept aboard the whole journey, and got the attention of Russian flies that wanted to stop this. However, just before the end credits, the real Buzz Aldrin came and told us, that there were no contaminants, no flies, on the Apollo 11 mission thank god. Cause a six legged freak cannot survive outer space cause for how dangerous it is. Besides, they can cause a mess on a historical event like so.

Do you agree with my picks? Which are the worst animated films you ever saw, as how you gave them a thumbs down? Like Gene Siskel & Roger Ebert? Cause when it comes to three nitwitted houseflies as kids, two supervillains, two super dudes, three cartoonish aliens, a few park animals, a band of misfit pirates, one prince charming, one nutty professor who never listens, irresponsible talking animals, and more, it’s all thumbs down indeed.

Good Golly Miss Molly (by Little Richard)

Dedicated for all you girls by the name of ‘Molly’, who are glamorous like these characters. And love Little Richard, the famous piano player.

(Early version, look above)

I was turning 25 when Little Richard passed away at age 87 in early 2020. Bone cancer. And after that came Jerry Stiller at age 92. Earlier ago, I was 18 years of age when I heard this song in the 1991 comedy movie, “King Ralph” with John Goodman and Peter O’Toole.

Recorded on October 15th, 1956 in New Orleans, and then released two years later, this was the very first rock and roll song that Little Richard had ever did in the beginning of his career as a musician. He did it again during the release of that 1991 comedy movie. Before his retirement in the early 2000’s.

I may have heard ‘Long Tall Sally’ several times from “Predator” that I already get it, but this is a really good one thanks to Little Richard.

(King Ralph version, sung by John Goodman)

(1991 music video for that comedy film)

Shallow- Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper (A Star is Born)

This song from this film deserved that Golden Globe Award and the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Thanks to Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper that were in “A Star is Born”. Last time they sang this, it was at the Oscars in which they did one last performance, and then they won the Academy Award.

Lady Gaga has been different since ‘Poker Face’ on how she changed her face by plastic surgery. Good thing she doesn’t have the look of Barbara Striesand. Cause by looking at the difference, Lady Gaga, I can rely on yes. Barbara Striesand, no way José. And like Trey Parker & Matt Stone, the creators of South Park, I do not like Barbara Striesand. Lamest Hollywood actress ever. In fact, thanks to those two, they showed on how Barbara can be completely evil, by finding two triangle treasures, as she turned into a 350ft tall robot monster and attacked South Park, Colorado, USA.

Bradley Cooper, since this and “American Sniper” has cared a lot for Clint Eastwood as recently, both were in the crime-drama film, “The Mule”. What about Sam Elliott? He got into one of those lousy live action movies by the dark side, while no one was looking. But I gotta check out his movie “Gettysburg” that he was in not long ago.

So in conclusion, both Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper were real partners in crime on how they deserve to make cinema history together. And I can tell you this. “Do you think Lady Gaga whoops the butt of Hillary Duff?”

Cause I’ll never forget the first Lady Gaga song I had ever listen to. This is how gambling and poker games, are born.