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TwiView: Abominable (2019)

If you are looking for a heartwarming movie the whole family can watch then you have found it in DreamWorks Abominable. When a teenage girl, Yi (Chloe Bennet), finds a hurt young Yeti on her roof it sets her off on a magical adventure of a lifetime. Naming him Everest (Joseph Izzo), Yi decides to help get him home even though there are people, Mr. Burnish (Eddie Izzard) and Dr. Zara (Sarah Paulson) looking to capture him at all costs. Joining her quest to get Everest home are her neighbors Peng (Albert Tsai) and Jin (Tenzing Norgay Trainer). Their wild adventure teaches them about each other, the importance of family, and that maybe Everest wasn’t the only one who was lost. The story, music, and animation of Abominable are beautiful. While it does have a couple of slightly tense scenes humor is placed just right to relieve any tension almost immediately. The characters of Peng, Jin, and Nai Nai (Tzai Chin) are the standouts for this film and will have you laughing till the end. Abominable is rated PG, but it is a movie for all ages. I give Abominable a B+. Opens 9/27/2019. Whoop! (R. Barry)

(from left) – Jin (Tenzing Norgay Trainor), Peng (Albert Tsai) and Yi (Chloe Bennet) with the Yeti, Everest, in DreamWorks Animation and Pearl Studio’s Abominable, written and directed by Jill Culton.

TV News – Netflix brings “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” animated reboot

Variety is reporting that Netflix will be bring back Mr. Peabody and Sherman for a new 30-minute animated series. Set to debut on October 9, the 13-episode half-hour features picks up after the 2014 Dreamworks movie. In this iteration, Peabody and Sherman have a late-night talk show out of their Manhattan apartment and interview the greats of the past throughout history.


Mr. Peabody is voiced by SNL’s Chris Parnell (replacing Ty Burrell who voiced Mr. Peabody in the animated movie) while Max Charles returns to voice Sherman.

Review In The Round: Puss In Boots

Ever see a movie with a friend?  Of course you have.  Share your thoughts and see if you can come to a collective agreement on what you saw, how it flowed and how good it was?  Probably every night right.  We at Geek For E call that a ‘Review In The Round’ and this week it’s Puss In Boots with Rock & Alex.

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