THE FLICK FANATICS » Blog Archives

Tag Archives: John Cena

FLICKANALYSIS

DOLITTLE- The FlickFanatics (Karl S.)

Published by:

DOLITTLE 

Starring:

Robert Downey Jr- Dr. John Dolittle

Harry Collett- Tommy Stubbins

Emma Thompson- Poly (voice)

Tom Holland- Jip (Voice)

Robert Downey Jr. brings the quirky physician that talks to animals to the big screen in the new family film “Dolittle”.

Dr. John Dolittle (Downey Jr.) is a very unique physician, he treats animals and is able to communicate with them, he talks with animals. The Queen of England rewarded the doctor with an estate where he could live and treat his menagerie of patients. Dolittle doesn’t have an assistant per say, he has a parrot named Poly that helps him and keeps the animals in line.  John met his sole mate in a global explorer named Lily (Kasia Smutniak) whom he married and moved her into the estate.

Lily left for an around the word adventure only to have her ship capsize, but in the final moments she sends Poly back to John with her wedding ring. Dolittle gets the ring and knows Lily is gone. Dr. Dolittle becomes a recluse and shuts down his practice and only living with his animals and avoiding humans. That is until the Queen of England is stricken with a mysterious illness and Lady Rose (Carmel Laniado) seeks out the only doctor the Queen trusts…. Dolittle.

Continue reading

Interviews

BUMBLEBEE review

Published by:

Every Hero Has a Beginning

All I could think when a new “Transformers” movie was announced for Christmas 2018 was “oh no, here we go again!”  After the massively-successful “Kubo and the Two Strings”, Paramount placed Travis Knight at the helm; and man are they happy they did!  “Bumblebee” follows our titular hero (voiced by Dylan O’Brien) after escaping from Cybertron, being sent to Earth by Optimus Prime (voiced by Peter Cullen) as the only hope of the Autobots’ chance of survival.  Once on Earth, he encounters a sergeant (John Cena) and his platoon during a Continue reading

Tony's Take

BLOCKERS review

Published by:

Parents Can Be Such…

Back in 2007, “Superbad” made waves around the World for its inside-look at today’s youth and their Prom Night escapades; in its’ vulgar, sex-obsessed, booze-filled glory.  11 years later in “Blockers” (produced by the writers of Superbad, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg), we get another look into today’s youth’s Prom Night goals; only this time from the girls perspective.  With High School coming to an end, three best friends Julie (Kathryn Newton) Kayla (Geraldine Viswanathan), and Sam (Gideon Adlon) make a #SexPact2018 to lose their virginities on Prom Night.  As they Continue reading