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The Deets on Sing 2 Collector’s Edition!

3 Mar

34e492df 9b65 f013 c11d 2d08ce71f97cUniversal Studios Home Entertainment

Home Video Release:
March 29th, 2022

Available to digitally view or preorder on Amazon USA

Buster Moon and his crew are back preparing to launch their most dazzling extravaganza yet in Sing 2, now available to own digitally. Hailed as “the best animated feature this year” (FOX-TV Houston) and earning a 98% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, fans of all ages can now sing, dance and laugh more than ever with this collector’s edition, brimming with exclusive bonus content, including 2 never-before-seen mini movies with some of your favorite characters, sing-alongs to the hit songs from the film, a dance-along with renowned choreographer Sherrie Silver, outtakes with the star-studded cast and more interactive fun for the perfect family movie night.

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Can You “Sing” Me a Fortune? A Movie Review

5 Jan

sing

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

Illumination Entertainment has not had a massive hit outside of the Despicable Me franchise. The Secret Life of Pets (now available on Amazon) was kind of fun, but a lot of the good parts was given away in the trailer. Sing is their latest and it is so far not making the charts. While there’s a lengthy story to bring the lives of five anthropomorphic animals together to win a contest, there was not a lot of plot short of turning this film into the animated equivalent of Glee.

This film is more like a celebration of all those television shows that follow the America’s Got Talent mold, but this time it includes a bit of back story about the lives of the top five talents. Had this film been a television show, more drama could have been added and the lives could have been better explored.

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Can You Imagine Kubo and the Two Strings in a Heavy Metal Concert …

25 Aug

kuboBy Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

* Spoiler Alert

Technically, in the movie Kubo and the Two Strings, the protagonist is playing a three-stringed shamisen (a lute). This instrument was originally a Chinese creation and it was introduced in Japan in the 16th Century. There is a tonal quality which always gives me shivers upon hearing, and when this movie’s early trailers came out, just waiting for the final product had me in anticipation for a very long time. To get me into the mood, I was oddly humming along to AC/DC‘s “Hells Bells.”

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