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    Hey, guys. Cloverfield Monster here with an interesting discovery I wanted to share with you guys. It's pretty well known Hollywood is in the middle of a Kaiju monster revival era. With Pacific Rim, Godzilla 2014, Shin Godzilla, and Kong: Skull Island all making huge amounts of money and winning over audiences. I actually once called it the, "Disney Revival Era of Kaiju Movies". However, I actually found something very interesting you guys might want to know. And since this is a Disney Wiki, it'll fit right in at home: I saw on a Facebook post that Disney almost made a Kaiju movie. 

    Disney at one point actually planned to make a movie that was a throwback to the old giant monster movies called, Calling All Robots! It was going to be written by the d…

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    Hello, everyone. Cloverfield Monster here back again with a new blog. We all love good movies. Everyone does. Whenever we walk into a movie, we go in hoping it's good in one way or another. But, sometimes, it is possible to enjoy a bad movie. Especially when a movie is so bad that it ends up becoming incredibly hilarious and entertaining to watch because of how utterly inept and awful it is. This is what today's topic is about. I will present to you my list of "so-bad-it's-good" movies.


    This movie is considered by many to be, to date, the worst Batman movie of all time. A movie so bad that it killed the Batman movie franchise until Christopher Nolan brought it back to life with Batman Begins. But, it's badness is precisely why I kind of enj…


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    Hello, everyone. Cloverfield Monster here back against with today's topic. Well, it seems as though the American Ghost in the Shell adaptation has bombed big time at the box office. Hollywood seems to really love taking Japanese properties and Americanizing them, with varying results. Some good like Godzilla 2014, Edge of Tomorrow and The Ring, and some truly AWFUL, like Dragonball Evolution, One Missed Call and The Guyver. But, taking something of a different country and remaking it for another country's consumption is not something only America does. Far from it. Japan has had a history of taking American media and adapting it, also with varying results. This list highlights some of the strangest Japanese adaptations of American media, whe…

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    Super Mario Bros: The Series ​is a 2018 American animated television series on Disney XD based on Nintendo's video game franchise of the same name. The idea came about after hearing that Mario will be appearing in Wreck-it Ralph 2. The series stars 2 Brooklyn plumbers who accidentally get transported to another dimension known as The Mushroom Kingdom, where they defend the land from the evil tyrant Bowser. It would air on March 17th, 2018 on Disney XD.



    Jack Black as Mario, the main protagonist of the series. Mario is a plumber who lived in Brookyln and ran a struggling plumbing business alongside his brother Luigi. He is compassionate, kind and will stop at nothing to ensure his friends and the kingdom are safe. In the Mushroom Kingdom dimen…




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    Hello, everyone. After a long hiatus, Cloverfield monster here back again to bring you a new subject. It's BEYOND LATE, but hey, better late than never. Today, I am going to be talking about animated films for the rest of 2017 that I look very much forward to, whether they come from Disney, Dreamworks or Warner Bros, or any animation studio for that matter. 


    I was originally going to put LEGO Batman Movie on this list (if you haven't seen it, GO SEE IT! It's AWESOME!), but due to my hiatus, I couldn't. But, I can put LEGO Ninjago Movie on this list, since I look forward to that, too. Now, I honestly have no special love for the LEGO Ninjago series. I never bought the sets, watched the show or anything. But, yet, I am actually quite excited …


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