Davyyyyy, Davy Crockett. When you hear that name, does it not make you want to just sing the song? I can never hear his name without singing that first line. Disney’s Davy Crockett first premiered as three separate episodes of Disney’s Disneyland television series. Then Disney comprised the episodes into a movie and released it in color. This was the first time seeing the movie for either of us ad adults and it was fun to finally see the show that produced the much loved song of the hero that is Davy Crockett. A must see for any Disney fan.
As all tweens and teens of the early 2000’s can attest, Lizzie McGuire is the best! So a DCOM that stars the one and only Hilary Duff can only be a plus. Now, this movie definitely has it’s cheesy moments. I know that the dance sequence at the end is supposed to be totally awesome, but it actually wasn’t that impressive. But overall, it’s a fun movie. The back and forth between Hilary’s character and Evan Stevens alum, Christy Carlson Romano’s character is always entertaining. I wonder how close it actually comes to Military School. Do cadets have as much free time as this movie makes it seem? I feel like they don’t.
The girl from The OC can communicate with dolphins telepathically. Alrighty then. This movie isn’t the greatest, but it has Dean in it! Other Gilmore Girls fans will appreciate that and laugh at the fact that in this movie, he is once again part of a love triangle where eventually the girl chooses the other boy. Poor Dean.
Oh no, time to watch G-Force. Let’s hurry and watch this and get it over with. I mean, how did an idea of a team of guinea pig spies get green lit? And how did it attract a surprisingly strong cast? But watching it, I found it was better than I thought. I did laugh a few times thanks to Tracy Morgan. But here is my question: there is a scene where the scientist reveals to his guinea pigs that they aren’t genetically engineered guinea pigs, but just normal rodents that they found in different places and trained. All of the guinea pigs are bummed at first. But why don’t they remember these places they were from and found and adopted by the scientist? Is it supposed to be like how we don’t remember being babies? I guess, but then mole reveals that he has this certain memory from his life and family before…so why don’t the guinea pigs remember? Oh well, I guess we just accept that they don’t. What is the memory span of a guinea pig? Hmm.