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One of the best animated films ever
Pixar has produced many enjoyable animated features over the last few decades but in my opinion WALL.E is definitely in the top 5. Being able to achieve such an engaging opening act with next to no dialogue really is impressive, as is the storytelling throughout the film as a whole. The characters are wonderfully animated and the relationships throughout, especially that of WALL.E and EVE are both satisfying and fun to watch. Rarely do I feel such an emotional connection to animated characters however in WALL.E I do find my self invested in the well-being of the majority of the characters.
The scenes where WALL.E is showing EVE the different assortment of items he has collected is probably my favorite overall, every detail in this scene; from EVE solving the Rubik's cube to WALL.E presenting her with the plant is very well thought out and contains a nice sprinkle of humor throughout. I also love how to message presented in WALL.E is dealt with, it is clear and informative without being delivered in a forceful manner. Overall I believe that WALL.E is an amazing animated film that you should definitely watch if you somehow haven't already.
The Queen's Corgi (2019)
Worse than the Emoji Movie
As someone that prides themselves on being an expert on bad films, I can safely say this film isn't good. I initially went to see this film as a joke expecting it to be an average animated film that would be somewhat enjoyable however 15 minutes in I was already regretting my decision. The film starts with a 10 minute montage showing the arrival of the main character Rex and his quick succession to becoming 'top dog'. Despite this scene being too long and fairly boring it was arguably one of the best in the entire film, largely down the scene not containing any of the predominantly annoying dialogue. I did not enjoy the voice acting throughout the film, the voice of every character especially Rex annoyed me throughout and I couldn't wait for the whole experience to be finished. The most disturbing scene in the film was between the main corgi Rex and the corgi owned by Donald Trump (who was probably the funniest character in the film) Mitzi. It was a pretty disturbing scene where Mitzi romantically pursued Rex for at least 10 minutes, the joke was prolonged for too long and started to become a little inappropriate for a kids film.
This film can't even be redeemed by my usual saying 'it's so bad it's good', films such as the Emoji Movie for example a quite clearly bad films however the jokes were so horrendous I actually found my self laughing and somewhat enjoying film. The Queen's Corgi wasn't even on the that level, it was boring, unfunny and an overall waste of money. In conclusion I would not recommend seeing this film unless for some reason you wish to purposely see an awful film.