Time now for another vintage movie review. I am about to review Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Ruth saw it a lot of times. Let’s go ahead and get started. I have watched Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone at Mayan Palace 14 in San Antonio which owns by Santikos Theaters in 2001 with my sister Ruth and Lillian. I can say that the first Harry Potter movie is not a bad movie. It is about how Harry Potter started going to Hogwarts. Harry have met Ron and Hermione when they are on their way to Hogwarts. He also wanted to be a wizard as well and becoming a seeker for the Gryffindor Quidditch team. His adventure begins at the Dursley’s. Harry have received a letter from Hogwarts. Harry Potter is the best student in Hogwarts. Because of him, Gryffindor have won the house cup defeating Slytherin. It was the only that I saw Harry Potter in theaters. That is my review for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. I hope you enjoyed my review. That includes you, Ruth.
Eh, I feel like this section hasn’t gotten much attention, so why not? 😛
Original Airdate: October 15, 2004 (Disney Channel)
Starring: Christy Carlson Romano, Will Friedle, Tahj Mowry, John DiMaggio, Nicole Sullivan
Kim Possible has been one of Disney Channel’s most successful shows of all time and for good reason. It had brilliant action sequences, humorous and witty dialogue, eye-popping animation, and memorable characters. It became so popular that it spawned a ringtone (Heard on Kim’s Kimmunicator, my sis has that.) and broke Disney’s infamous 65-episode rule back then! Right now, I’ll be taking a look as what appears to be the favorite episode of the series by many (excluding episodes that premiered after “So The Drama”) as evidenced by Disney Channel’s “Kim Possible Click it to Pick It: So the Kountdown”, “Emotion Sickness”.
NOTE: Knowing that I will discuss important plot points, the rest of the review will contain spoilers. Watch the episode right now on Disney+ (It’s presented in widescreen HD.) before reading the rest of this review if you wish not to get spoiled.
Time now for another vintage movie review. Without further ado, let’s go ahead and get started. Speed Racer: The Movie had two episodes in which they are The Car Hater and Race Against the Mammoth Car making into a feature-length film and briefly released in theaters back in 1993. The movie released on VHS and DVD. It includes several old commercials and Colonel Bleep cartoon The Treacherous Pirate. I rented the movie on VHS at Blockbuster in Mesa, Arizona back in either 2000 or 2001. I remember renting Speed Racer VHS tapes at Blockbuster in Mesa, Arizona. When I first watched it, I say the movie wasn’t that bad especially with the commercials. When the movie was released on VHS in 1994, there was a sweepstakes for the Speed Racer Fan Club. Unfortunately, the tape that I rented doesn’t have a for it. It is been a long time to watch the movie. That is my review for Speed Racer: The Movie. I hope you enjoyed my review.
Now it’s time to do another vintage review. This time I will be doing a video game review. It will be about the Nintendo 64. Without any further ado, let’s get started. The Nintendo 64 console was released on June 23, 1996. The same day as that year’s King of the Ring. The first game that was released for the Nintendo 64 was Super Mario 64. There are some other games besides Mario such as Kirby, Star Fox, The Legend of Zelda and Pokémon. I also played some sports games for the N64 such as the NFL and NBA. I have yet to played MLB for the N64 since I don’t have their games yet. I usually played Mario when I have free time. Dad and Ruth haven’t played it for a long time. Hopefully I will give Ruth the Nintendo 64 as an extra since she doesn’t have one at her house yet. I also played WWE games for the N64 which was known as WWF at the time. There are also some games that required the Expansion Pak. It is the one that keeps frozen while playing with it. The N64 was discontinued in 2002 after Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 was released. That is my review for the Nintendo 64. I hope you’ll liked it.
It’s now time for another vintage movie review. I will be doing a movie review for Pokémon: The First Movie. I am doing a review for this movie because Detective Pikachu is coming to theaters this May. Without any further ado, let’s start this review. First off, my sister Ruth likes watching Pokémon a lot. Second, she began watching around the time when program debut in 1998. Third, the program airs on Kids WB starting in 1999. We first saw Pokémon: The First Movie at Harkins Theatres Superstition Springs 25 in Mesa, Arizona. The same theater as we saw Toy Story 2. If you want to go check out the latter film, I post a review of that film. On my review for the movie, I say said the movie didn’t look good at all. We didn’t get to see the humans in Pikachu’s Vacation as it is about Pikachu and the rest of the Pokémon are having fun with their trainers are away. In the actual movie, it is about Mew battles off against Mewtwo. On the actual film, I don’t think a Pokémon trainer will stop the battle since it is not safe. I will say that is not a good since they lack storyline and such. That will be my review for Pokémon: The First Movie. Ruth, if you were commenting this post, you would’ve liked it.
This will be a vintage movie review that I will be going for tonight. Toy Story is a 1999 computer animated film made by Disney and Pixar. I first saw this movie with my dad and Ruth at Harkins Theatres Superstition Springs 25 in Mesa, Arizona. It was a great movie. It was about where Woody was kidnapped by a man named Al who wants Woody and his roundup to take them to a museum in Tokyo which is in Japan. However, Woody wants to come to his owner Andy. Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the toys were about to find him at Al’s Toy Barn but no success until they come to his apartment to meet Woody’s roundup gang. But as they get to the airport to rescue Woody from going to Japan. The toys were fighting the film’s antagonist named Stinky Pete. He ended being putting up on a Barbie backpack. When Woody rescues Jessie from the plane, they attended to escape from the flight to Japan before it departs to Tokyo. Then, they freed themselves and the plane departs. Finally, when Andy comes home the Cowboy camp, he realized that Woody was fixed. Al was upset that his plan to take Woody to Japan failed. He should never bring toys that was not for sale. That was the vintage movie review for Toy Story 2. I will review the other Toy Story movies soon as the new movie is about to come soon.
Here is another vintage review that I am going to do. I haven’t done this for a long time. This is going to be about a fitness room. It is about where I usually exercised weekdays. The Marcy Performance Equipment is the one that I lift weights on Monday through Fridays. I have also been using the punching bag once. I used it for about three minutes. I have once used the Gold Gym one. It is a tough one for me but I did it though. There is also a push up station. I usually do push ups sometimes and I do that twice. I will always be using the Fitness Room when I decided to go exercise. I could try to lose weight while I’m exercising. That is my vintage review for fitness room.
El Principe – Dos is a song by El Morro and the album of the same name was released in 1998. I remember hearing El Principe by Limite. It was a good song and I heard it a lot of times. I began watching the El Principe – Dos music video in 1999 when me and my family were in Arizona at the time. I have not seen the full music video since it’s not on YouTube as of yet. I could have the characters talking in a special that I could make one day. The music video will turn 20 in 2019 in which it is exciting to hear that. The characters including El Morro himself could be interview on a Spanish talk show such as ¡Despierta América! and they could be interview in English such as Good Morning America, Today, CBS This Morning, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Live with Kelly and Ryan and such. I would say that El Principe – Dos is a good song to hear. Hope we can see them on TV in the future. Be sure to watch the music video and review it.