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KF Animation Editor
Location: Meridian, MS
Birthday: April 6
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About me:

I'm a 32 year old male and my tastes in animation are broad and varied but they mainly include Disney movies. However, I like watching movies and shows that are different and seem to stand out to me.


Animation, Acting, Singing, Dancing

Animation that I love:

The Fox and the Hound, Bambi, Lady and the Tramp, Avatar: The Last Airbender

Reviews by animation type
TV Series (134)
Reviews by star rating
4 stars
15% of reviews had a rating of 4 stars
3.5 stars
25% of reviews had a rating of 3.5 stars
3 stars
22% of reviews had a rating of 3 stars
2.5 stars
14% of reviews had a rating of 2.5 stars
2 stars
11% of reviews had a rating of 2 stars
1.5 stars
4% of reviews had a rating of 1.5 stars
1 stars
8% of reviews had a rating of 1 stars
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animated series Captain Planet and the Planeteers © Hanna-Barbera / DIC (us) / Fil Cartoons Inc. / Turner Broadcasting System
Captain Planet and the Planeteers
Rated it: 1
posted: Sep 07, 2012
There are no words to describe how horrible this show was, although I'm sure I've seen worse. I was actually convinced this was an 80s show just because of how heavy-handed and cutesy it was. Somewhat like Voltron, only worse. You can just imagine what was going on in the brains of the suits while conceptualizing this show.

"Hey! Let's capitalize on this whole save the environment kick people on to appeal to kids! And we'll make them caring and well-rounded while we're at it, just like those good shows of the 80s! And let's make the planet a superhero!"

Hey Michael Bay. Want something to butcher besides robots and turtles? Here you go.

short film The Snails © SOFAC
The Snails
Rated it: 1
posted: Jan 02, 2012
I've got no words for this. I can't suss out the meaning behind this short's "plot" for lack of a better word. I can't see myself enjoying it on an artistic level because its paper doll style of movement barely qualifies as animation. Its music is incongruous to the destruction on the screen. This mess almost put me to sleep, and it's only 10 minutes long.
animated movie A Troll in Central Park © Don Bluth
A Troll in Central Park
Rated it: 1
posted: Jun 10, 2010
It's been years since I've seen this film. I was much younger and not as picky. I still felt like I needed to apply paint thinner to my eyeballs. I don't care to watch this film again. There are only two Don Bluth films terrible enough that I would call "toxic". This is one of them.
animated movie The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie © Nickelodeon / United Plankton Pictures
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
Rated it: 1
posted: Sep 30, 2009
It takes a lot to get me to stop watching a movie not even halfway through, but whatever it is that this movie has, it has it in spades. It probably could be said that a person should be a fan of the tv series in order to like the movie, but that defense doesn't fly when considering that the movie Rugrats Go Wild was a pleasant surprise, and I like neither Rugrats nor the Wild Thornberrys. The Powerpuff Girls Movie has a better brand of silliness, and both it and Rugrats Go Wild have superior animation. In Spongebob Squarepants Movie, I can't find anything to distinguish it from the regular tv animation. The only difference is that it's about an hour too long. Unfortunately this is part of my family's dvd collection, so I occasionally have to suffer through this film.
animated series The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! © DIC Entertainment / Saban / Nintendo Co Ltd
The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!
Rated it: 1
posted: Sep 23, 2009
Wow. What a tedious show. If there's anything worse than a movie based on a video game, it's a tv show based on a video game. This cartoon makes My Little Pony and Care Bears seem like masterpieces. Terrible animation and a lot of corny acting. This cartoon usually starts out with some schtick about a "plumber's log" as in a parody of Star Trek. The rest of the show recycles the themes and music ripped straight from the video game series. Then you're treated to an ugly live action version of Super Mario as an ender.
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