Animation

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Reaper's Reviews: 'Cowboy Bebop'

A classic of the medium through and through, Cowboy Bebop merges an irresistible sense of style with nuanced characters, smooth animation and an unforgettable soundtrack to create one of anime's very best offerings.

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"The Critic" (TV Series) Review

The Critic is an underrated animated sitcom created by Simpsons showrunners Al Jean & Mike Reiss. Despite the show only lasting two seasons, and having aged a little, it left a cult following with a satirical passion for parodying movies, memorable episodes, and a talented voice cast.

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'Onward' (2020) A Magical Movie Review

Pixar has been knocking it out of the park since 1995 with their debut picture, 'Toy Story'. Can the legendary studio do it again with their latest flick 'Onward'? Why are we even asking? Let's just find out! BE WARNED: I talk about something sad in my life. And yes, there is context.

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5 Anime Like 'Darwin's Game'

Do you enjoy watching survival-themed anime shows like Darwin's Game? Hold on to your seat now because the anime recommendations listed here will knock you off your feet if you're not ready.

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Should I Watch..? 'Robin Hood' (1973)

With the launch Disney's much-anticipated streaming service in the UK, now is the time for families to come together and escape with some classic pieces of cinema. And for Benjamin Cox, a chance to get reacquainted with an old favourite of his...

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Should I Watch..? 'Hoodwinked!'

Pixar have faced many competitors in the CG animation market over the years and this post-modern retelling of Little Red Riding Hood offered something a little different. But was this a real challenge or a flash in the pan? Benjamin Cox investigates.

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Should I Watch..? 'Spirited Away'

Seeking refuge from these troubled times, what better than the wondrous imagination of Japanese animation sensei Hayao Miyazaki? And of all of his fantastic films, Benjamin Cox believes that there are none finer than this masterpiece.