My Top 10 Favorite Loud House Sisters

The Loud House has finally returned with new episodes after being delayed multiple times (I thought Steven Universe had it bad). I thought I’d do my top 10 favorite Loud House sisters. I will not let episodes likes Brawl in the Family or No Such Luck affect the list.

10. Lily: Honestly I’m not really a fan of baby characters and Lily is just your basic baby character. Cute but basic.

9. Lori: Going from youngest to oldest. Much like Lily, Lori is just your basic teenage sister character. I actually do relate to her because I spend a lot of time on my phone.

8. Lola: The D.W. of the Loud House and yes she’s a prick and a demon. No Place Like Homeschool did make me respect her more.

7. Lynn: Her ego can get annoying thanks to NSL but I do like her when she’s more energetic, playful, and tomboyish like in Space Invader.

6. Luan: The comedian who’s ironically more annoying than funny. She can be a bit too much with the pranking especially on April fool’s Day. Head Poet’s Anxiety did make me like her more.

Intermission: If I were to rank Lincoln he’d ironically since he’s the middle child go in the middle of the list. Lincoln is sort of your basic 11 year old kid which helps because of the sisters’ personalities.

5. Luna: A lot of people’s favorite sister. She was the first sister to have her own episode. The reveal in L is For Love was also interesting and I’d really like to see where takes that reveal from now.

4. Lisa: Lara Jill Miller’s voice matches perfectly with Lisa’s stoic personality. Smart but also crazy at the same time and she’s four, imagine when she’s older.

3. Lana: Out of all the sisters in those two bad episodes I mentioned I think Lana was the least bad. Tomboyish but also adorable. I’ll take Lana over Lola any day.

2. Lucy: Lucy has my favorite design of the sisters, so cute! Her deadpan monotone really fits thanks to Jessica DiCicco’s performance. I still await the day I get to see her eyes.

1. Leni: Kind of like Ed from Ed Edd n Eddy she may be stupid but she’s incredibly sweet and kindhearted. She’s also the funniest of the sisters (eat your heart out Luan) and also the most adorable (suck it Lola!). Leni is not only my favorite Loud House sister but also my favorite character of the show.




My Top 20 Favorite Characters of all Time

Happy Birthday to me again! I was originally going to post my favorite movies list but I didn’t have time to write it out so I decided to a list of my favorite characters of all time instead. These are the character that I either relate to, make me laugh, sympathize with, or are just so awesome. These are also my personal opinion. Enjoy!

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My Top 10 Favorite Movies of 2017

Here are my top 10 favorite movies of 2017. These are based on my opinions and what I think are the best movies of 2017. Feel free to say what your favorite movies of 2017 below in the comments.

Honorable Mention:
Hey Arnold the Jungle Movie:

Only because if this was a theatrical released movie than it would have been between 6 and 5 on my list. It was great to see this cartoon return with great animation that looks just like the show.

10. The Fate of the Furious:

Honestly this was here just to fill 10 movies but there’s stuff that I really enjoy. Cipher is one of those great villains you love to hate. Don’s reason for betraying his family is very understandable and his plan to defeat Cipher in the climax feels so satisfying and awesome.

9. Baby Driver:

I wasn’t planning on reviewing this after seeing it but after looking back it has stuff I really wanted to talk about like Buddy’s decent into madness which was great. It also has the best story of any movie I’ve seen this year because it has an interesting premise, gray characters, and unpredictable twists.

8. Kingsman: The Golden Circle:

It wasn’t as good as the first one but it was still fun. I liked that there was a gray morality in it. Poppy wants to legalize drugs while the President and Whiskey wants drug users to die. The actions scenes are fast, violent, and enjoyable and Harry and Eggsy are still great characters.

These next two movies are a tie because I couldn’t decide which was better and there both similar in genre and humor.

6/7. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie:

This felt more like a combination of the books than an adaptation of one of the books but in a good way. There’s not much drama but that’s not the focus anyway. The comedy is great and it stays faithful to the book series that I loved from my childhood.

6/7. The Lego Batman Movie:

A spinoff of The Lego Movie and Batman that surprisingly has a lot of heart. It’s full of many kinds of gags like references and ones in the background. Will Arnett is still funny as Batman though is it me or does this version of Batman seem similar to Bojack Horseman?

5. Spider-Man: Homecoming:

Tom Holland is still great as Spider Man and Michael Keaton is a great update of the vulture (Michael plays a lot of winged characters). While this is my least favorite MCU movie this year it was still a great Spider Man movie. Heck I might even say this is my favorite Spiderman movie.

4. Coco:

The land of the dead is well thought out, looks great, and reminds me a lot of Mexico without being too forced (FYI: I have vacationed there once). The songs are also good especially Remember Me which is cleverly important in the plot. The definite best animated movie of 2017 hands down.

3. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2:

There is a lot of character development between every character and each get their fair share of great moments especially Rocket and Yondu. It also has a very emotional climax and bittersweet goodbye to Yondu. A fun sequel to the best movie of 2014. Also this movie made me a fan of Mr. Blue Sky.

2. Thor: Ragnarok:

One of the funniest movies of the year, I might even say it’s the funniest MCU movie even though I would have expected a little more drama. It still drops some heavy stuff that changes the series forever like killing off Odin, destroying Asgard and Thor’s hammer. Also Sakaar and anything from that planet is awesome.

1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi:

Ironic since Force Awakens was my favorite movie of 2015 and now the sequel is my favorite movie of 2017. This managed to be sequel that was very different from Force Awakens and even Empire Strikes Back. The action and acting are what really stood out to me especially Mark Hamill, Adam Driver and Daisy Ripley. I don’t know what will happen in Episode XI but Episode VIII has made me excited to see where this wonderful series will take us. The movie that makes you excited for the next one has to take the place as the best movie of 2017.

My Top 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2018

Happy New Year!  Now that 2018 has begun here are my top 10 most anticipated movies of 2018 and my reasons why I’m excited for them.

10. Solo: A Star Wars Story– Why: It’s Star Wars so I’m game though it’s weird that there hasn’t been a trailer yet.

9. Mortal Engines– Why: Just found out about this recently. It looks like a steampunk version of Mad Max Fury Road which seems promising.

8. The Happytime Murders– Why: Another movie I found out about recently. Jim Henson’s company is involved and the premise feel like Who Framed Roger Rabbit (one of my favorite movies) with puppets.

7. Black Panther– Why: Black Panther was cool in Civil War and I think he’ll be cool in his own movie too.

6. Ant-Man and the Wasp– Why: I placed this over Black Panther because I know less about Ant Man 2. I think the less we know so far the more excited we are.

5. Deadpool 2– Why: It’s Deadpool, enough said.

4. Ready Player One– Why: It’s directed by my favorite director Steven Spielberg, has so many references like the Iron Giant in it, and it’s cool to see Steven direct fictional stories again.

3. Avengers: Infinity War– Why: I was worried due to there being so many superheroes in one movie. But after watching the trailer (which was awesome!) I got incredibly excited.

1/2. Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2– Why: We have not seen a Disney animated sequel since The Rescuers Down Under (unless Winnie the Pooh counts) and the fact there every Disney princess (and their original voices) are going to be in it.

1/2. Incredibles 2– Why: I don’t think I’ve ever been excited for the Pixar movie since Toy Story 3. I think I’m mostly excited because I want to know what the plot, new characters, and new villains are. The Incredibles feels like the Pixar movie that deserves a sequel the most.

Ranking the Star Wars movies

The Last Jedi has just released in theaters and I’m planning on seeing it tomorrow. For the last few months I have watched every movie in the series to get a fresh eye on them. I will also not be ranking the Clones Wars movie (which I did see in theaters) and even if I did it would’ve ranked last place anyway.

  1. Episode II – Attack of the Clones

Looking at the other Star Wars movie there was at least something special about each of them except for episode II. The characters are dull, the story is dull, and the action scenes are dull. Count Dooku is kind of cool but that’s mostly because Christopher Lee is a great actor. Was it ever George Lucas’s idea to have Boba Fett and the Stormtroopers have a connection? Episode II just felt like a generic Star Wars movie.

  1. Episode I – The Phantom Menace

The movie that made people realize that Star Wars can suck. It’s impossible to see Jack Lloyd playing who will become Darth Vader and he’s too young to be with Natalie Portman (I think Dipper and Wendy have a better chance than these guys). I guess I do like the climax of the movie because it combines all types of Star Wars battles like a space battle, an army battle, and a lightsaber battle. Also Jar Jar sucks.

  1. Episode III – Revenge of the Sith

Best prequel film though that doesn’t say much. Grievous felt unnecessary (Genndy Tartakovsky did him justice), too much politics and I don’t get Anakin’s reason for turning bad. There are still good stuff though. The movie feels much bigger and darker (though mostly in visuals than themes) than the other movies and I also like how everything reached its lowest point with the Jedi dying, the republic turning into the empire, and Anakin turning into Darth Vader.

  1. Episode VI – Return of the Jedi

I think my main problem was moving from the stuff with Jabba’s palace to Endor felt like two separate stories felt odd.  Another problem is the 2nd Death Star because it’s just another Death Star. The first thing you literally see is the 2nd Death Star and there was no build up to it. The best part about the movie is the stuff with Luke, Darth Vader and the Emperor. Return of the Jedi was a great conclusion to a great trilogy and for a while to a great series.

  1. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Ever heard of the movie that fixed an old plot hole? Rogue One is that movie. This was a very different Star Wars movie but it still has the feel as one. The movie took a lot of risks like killing off all the main characters. There’s so much stuff that’s awesome about Rogue One. K-2SO is awesome, Darth Vader is awesome, and the climax is one of the best in the series. For a stand-alone Star Wars movie, they still put there all into it.

  1. Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back

I know this is considered the best, I just like my top 2 more. The narrative is incredibly different and darker from the first one which makes it more like a continuation rather than a repeat. It wasn’t about destroying an evil weapon it felt more trying to escape from the villain and learning about the force. I like that the planets are different in terms of color and environment. The Father twist is great, Darth Vader is a great villain and everything else is great at progressing the characters, galaxy, and story.

  1. Episode VII – The Force Awakens

One of my favorite movie experiences was seeing The Force Awakens at Las Vegas with my Dad on opening day. Seeing The Force Awakens was like seeing the original back in 1977. It introduces new characters that are not killed off therefore we can see them develop later and I think it has the best use of balancing CGI with practical effects. Sure Episode VII did do the same story from A New Hope but I think the ideas was to remind us of how grand Star Wars was and that it can be grand again.

  1. Episode IV – A New Hope

The one that started it all. Why is it my favorite? Because Episode IV is one of the best examples of the Hero’s Journey. I think I also like this movie because it feels the most complete and most standalone from the others because there’s no cliffhangers and everything wraps up nicely. Though if that happened we wouldn’t have had such a wonderful movie series. Episode IV established great characters, a great setting (or galaxy), great music and great moments that we knew and loved for 40 years and more years to come which is why it’s my favorite Star Wars movie.

Where will The Last Jedi rank? I’ll just have to trust the force and see what happens.

My Top 10 favorite Nicktoons

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Hey Arnold the Jungle Movie will premiere on Nickelodeon one week from today, so what better time than now to list my top 10 favorite Nicktoons? Me personally I’ve been more of a Cartoon Network guy but Nickelodeon has had it’s great cartoons too. Also these are based on my personal opinion.

10. The Legend of Korra: I really like Korra’s character development, starting as tough and abrasive to more wiser. I think it’s summed in one line from the episode Enemy at the Gates “Fighting is something the old me would do. That always made things worse. Let me talk with Kuvira. Maybe I can reason with her”.

9. KaBlam!: An very underrated show. Kablam is a show with different segments with different animation and style. Segments like Promethius and Bob and Action League Now are creative. It’s a little dated but still has nostalgia. My favorite segment is with the hosts Henry and June.

8. The Loud House: I’ve already talked about this show so I keep it short. I kind of compare this to Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. Both can be mean spirited at times but still has charm and a cute animation style.

7. Danny Phantom: This is what happens if you mix Ghostbusters with Spider Man. Didn’t see much of season 3 but I really do like season 1 and 2. I really do like Butch Hartman’s animation style and the theme song is badass and catchy. Am I the only one who thinks The Fairy OddParents and Danny Phantom take place in the same universe?

6. The Fairly OddParents: I think this show went down harder than SpongeBob. Before it was stripped of it’s pride, Fairy OddParents was a fun show. It’s pretty much what if the fairy godmother from Cinderella was married and was a TV show. It even had some great TV movies such as Abra Catastrophe, Channel Chasers, and Wishology.

5. Rocko’s Modern Life: Rocko’s Modern Life a very fun, and very wacky cartoon. It has so many innuendos that both kids and adults can laugh at. Wacky Delly is a way better show than Teen Titans Go. Also I will review Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling when it airs in 2018.

4. The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius: A animated series based on an animated movie that I think is just as good if not better than the movie. The CGI for the time was really good and the ideas were creative. The show also introduced the great cartoon character ever, Bolbi! Slap Slap Slap Clap Clap Clap.

3. SpongeBob SquarePants: SpongeBob is sort of the Mickey Mouse of Nickelodeon. He’s practically there mascot. I know SpongeBob hasn’t been as good as it started but that doesn’t mean I can ignore the old episodes and boy were the old episodes wonderful. Who could forget Pinhead, chocolate! or Sweet Victory? Let’s face it old SpongeBob might be the great Nickelodeon show ever!

2. Avatar: the Last Airbender: Thank you so much Nostalgia Critic for getting me to watch this show. It’s one of the most cinematic cartoons I’ve ever seen and in my opinion this is the Star Wars of cartoons. It has a great story, great characters, great world-building, comedy, and drama. It’s pretty much the perfect cartoon! This was at one point my favorite Nickelodeon show but after thinking it over, there is one other show that fits my interest more.

And my number 1 favorite Nickelodeon cartoon is……………………..

1. Hey Arnold: This isn’t just because the Jungle Movie is coming out. I remember watching it as a kid and even seeing the movie in theaters. In 2012 I discovered NickSplat which showed reruns of old cartoons and Hey Arnold is the one I watch the most. There’s just something about Hey Arnold that feels very down to earth and laid back yet still fun. The characters surrounding the city get there moment to shine and the show has great music. SpongeBob may be more memorable and Avatar may be more perfect but personally Hey Arnold is the Nicktoon I love the most.

What are your favorite Nicktoons? Feel free to comment and I’ll see you next week when I’ll see you all in the jungle. 😉

My Top 20 Favorite Orlando Rides

The handsome fellow you see above is me. I’ve been to Orlando six times so far and I’ve enjoy every time I’ve been there. Fun Fact: we saw Terminater 2 3d on its last day. I decided after getting back to do a top 20 favorite rides from Orlando with pictures taken by myself. These rides are ranked in terms of nostalgia, theming, creativity, fun, and personal reasons. Have fun reading.

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Happy Birthday to Me!

It’s my birthday again and I’m here to celebrate it with a very personal list. I love Disneyland! I’ve been there so many times I haven’t kept track. There rides have some of the best theming of any ride I ever been on. I can’t wait to show you my top 10 favorite Disneyland rides.

Honorable Mention:
Indiana Jones Adventures: Great effects and a great queue too.
Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride: My favorite Fantasy dark ride.

10. California Screamin’: I used to be afraid of loop de loop roller coasters until I was 13, while California Screamin’ is your standard loop de loop roller coaster its still fun.

9. Splash Mountain: Back then I’d always covered my eyes at the final drop. I enjoy the scenery and atmosphere.

8. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad: I like the design of the mountain and the train vehicle a lot. Your standard roller coaster but the western theme helps.

7. The Haunted Mansion: The only reason it’s low is because compared to Disney world this version is underwhelming. The effects used are still amazing even now and atmosphere is great.

6. Toy Story Mania: Midways games but without the competitiveness. The games are really fun and engaging.

5. Radiator Springs Racers: Cars Land looks just like the movie. The effects are wonderful and the animatronics are really impressive. It may be like Test Track but it’s still great.

4. Star Tours – The Adventures Continue: The whole different destinations thing is creative and makes the it worth riding again and again. The theming also makes this one of the best simulator rides ever.

3. Soarin’ Over California: I know it’s now Soarin Around the World which I haven’t rode yet but it’s the same ride system so I’m counting it. The music is wonderful and the California scenery is great to look at.

2. Pirates of the Caribbean: I love this ride! This has some of the best ride atmosphere I’ve ever seen. The music, animatornics, and theming are also some of Disney’s best and still hold up today. Even after adding Jack Sparrow I still enjoy this ride.

1. Space Mountain: This was one of the very first rides that I wasn’t scared of after riding it. The most perfect roller coaster ever! Everything from the vehicles, music, theming, and the ride itself is perfect. Which makes it my favorite ride at Disneyland

Hope you enjoy the list and leave a comment saying what your favorite Disneyland rides are.


Top 10 Favorite Animated Romances

valentineHappy Valentine’s Day and in the spirit of this day I thought I would list my top 10 favorite animated romances. It was going to have live action romances but I could think of more animated ones then live action so I just stayed with that. Theses are the couples that I find so adorable when they are together and want to take down anyone who get’s in there way.

10. Star Butterfly and Marco: Come and get me Starco fans. Their friendship between the two is great and the episode Bon Bon the Birthday Clown dives deep into their relationship.

9. Ruby and Sapphire from Steven Universe: Their relationship is pretty much a character named Garnet. The twist was very well build up and didn’t feel forced.  Their scenes in Hit The Diamond are both sweet and hilarious.

8. Shrek and Fiona: I like how there relationship goes through a lot of obstacles that married couples go through like in-laws or children. Shrek 2 I think is where their relationship really shines because it shows how far he’s willing to go to get the approval of Fiona’s parents.

7. Aladdin and Jasmine: My favorite Disney canon couple. I liked how they are both different and the same. One’s a princess the other’s a street rat yet they both feel trap in there roles.

6. Wall-e and Eve: Pixar showed that robots can have romance. The define dancing scene is romantic and shows the most creative kiss ever seen on film.

5. Aang and Katara from Avatar the Last Airbender: Aang first vision after being frozen his her.Talk about love at first sight LOL. Aang pretty much tells Katara that there is still hope in the world and she will protect him.

4. Sly Cooper and Carmelita Fox: I know this is a video game couple but there are animated cutscenes so I’m counting it. Even if it’s kind of a one-sided romance its enjoyable when Sly flirts and fools around with her while she is constantly trying to arrest him.

Number 2 and 3 are both tied due to being very similar and I honestly couldn’t decide which was better.

2/3. Sora and Kairi from Kingdom Hearts: It’s not live action and has Disney so I’m counting it. I know there not really a couple just friends but I always thought they were cute together. The cave scene in the beginning  and end where they carved each of them eating the fruit is very sweet.

2/3. Steven Universe and Connie: The second Steven Universe relationship on this list. I like how there friendship grows throughout the show. Connie started off as a nerdy friend who Steven can share gem information with into a sword fighting protege that will fight beside Steven. Their friendship even created Stevonie.

1. Carl and Ellie from Up: I picked this not just because it’s my favorite Pixar movie but because there romance pretty much sets up a great story for a great movie. The married life scene is wonderful. Without any dialogue shows the life of this married couple in just a few minutes and it is emotionally beautiful. It makes it so heartbreaking when Ellie dies and Carl willing to fly his house to Paradise Falls to complete their dream. That’s why Carl and Ellie are my favorite animated romantic couple.

What are your favorite animated couples? Please leave a comment.

My Top 10 Favorite Movies of 2016

The year 2016 is over and now it’s time to do my top 10 favorite movies of 2016.

Honorable Mention: LA LA LAND
Didn’t see it until a few days ago. Great songs and music. I could listen to Another Day of Sun all day. Also congratulations of the Golden Globes wins and good luck at the Oscars.

10. Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them: A good return to the wizarding world of one of my favorite franchises of all time. It’s not the best due to unmemorable characters and weird story structure but it still has the magic of Harry Potter. Seeing Johnny Depp was pretty cool even if he does look a little odd.


9. Kung Fu Panda 3: I love all the Kung Fu Panda movies especially number two. The third was also great too though not as good as Kung Fu Panda 2. I like that it continues Po’s arc about finding his family while still being a fun movie. Does anyone notice there’s a lot of green through out the movie?


8. Doctor Strange: In terms of special effects this has some of the best in any Marvel movie. Though the story does feel similar to a lot of other Marvel movies. The visual effects help make the action scenes epic, fun, and strange at the same time. I can see why his name is Doctor Strange. LOL


7. Deadpool: The opening credits pretty much seal the fact that this is the funniest movie on this list. Ryan Reynolds redeems his character from that other movie. The movie doesn’t take itself serious though it does have that love story that slows down the movie. Still Deadpool is incredibly hilarious and fun.

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6. Moana: It was hard to choose this of Zootopia because there both good movies. Songs like How Far I’ll Go or You’re Welcome are great and the main protagonists Moana and Maui are a lot of fun. Even the ocean and Maui’s tattoo feel like characters and there fun too.


5. Zootopia: Zootopia is better then Moana because it deals with adult themes like racism or prejudice. The story is one of Disney’s most complex and it has a really good mystery that kind of shocks you in the end. The city of Zootopia is also a great setting because it takes every opportunity with ideas, jokes and design in each district.


4. Captain America Civil War: They should have just called this how to a better Batman vs Superman movie. This manage to make sure every Marvel hero got a fair share of screen time. Each side has there reasons for why they fighting and there reasons that make them both right and wrong. The airport scene is amazing and probably the best action scene of 2016. Also Spiderman is the best.


3. Rogue One a Star Wars Story: Didn’t expect to have this movie high on this list. While I think this a better written movie then Force Awakens I still find that movie more enjoyable. The climax is the highlight and took a lot of risks with it’s characters. Who could forget Darth Vader? This movie managed to make him the badass and threatening villain we knew and love back in the original trilogy.


2. Kubo and the Two Strings: My most anticipated movie of 2016 and it managed to not disappoint me. A great animated movie from the studio located in my home state. This has some of the best visuals in any stop motion movie I’ve ever seen. It’s hard to believe that the giant skeleton is incredibly huge. Trust me I’ve seen the puppet at Universal Hollywood. I like how this movie deals with the troubles and lost in family yet still being a heartwarming movie.


1. Finding Dory: I expected to like it but I didn’t expect to love it even more then the first one. This has my favorite movie score of this year. It’s just so beautiful to listen to and gives the emotional moments a lot of atmosphere. Finding Dory can be very emotional like Dory’s panic attack scene or hilarious like the truck scene at the end. Interesting trivia: I saw this while on a trip to Hawaii and now whenever I think of that trip I think of this movie and that’s why it’s my favorite movie of 2016.

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Now here are my top 10 most anticipated movies of 2017.
10.Justice League
9.Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie (it counts)
8.Beauty and the Beast
6.My Little Pony: The Movie
5.Thor: Ragnarok
4.Kingsman: The Golden Circle
3.Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
2.Spider-Man: Homecoming
1. Star Wars: Episode VIII

So those were my favorite movies of the year. Please leave and comment below on what your favorite movies of 2016 were and I’ll see you in 2017. Take care