An American Pickle review by Harrison
In Cinemas 7/8/20 (12A) 4 Stars
Youth #Gottit View:
There’s something very special about this story. Its sort of a barmy concept – but very funny, works really well and has lots of heart. An American Pickle really feels like a classic Woody Allen movie. A great excuse to head back to the Cinema for some escapism!!!
Fast & Furious Crossroads – Harrison and Connor at the Drive-in Video Game Launch!!!
Harrison and Connor with the Fast & Furious Crossroads Sports car!!!
Harrison and Connor with Party Guest Tamer Hassan!!!
Fast & Furious Crossroads Gameplay Footage on the Big Screen!!!
Featuring the voice of Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto!!!
Movie Time – Fast & Furious 8!!!
Available on PlayStation 4, XBox One and PC 7/8/20!!!
Showcase Cinemas (Open Nationwide Now) “TOP END” 5 Stars
Youth #Gottit View:
It feels so good to be back in a Cinema. There are various new release movies out now as well any many classics for an incredible £5 per ticket. The experience is very well organised around the new ‘Social Distancing Rules’ with plenty of hand sanitize areas – plus it all feels very stress free. Highly Recommended!!!
Coming Soon To Showcase Cinemas!!!
Bugs Bunny’s 80th Birthday – Who is ‘Doc’? Harrison and Con talk to Looney Tunes Exec Producer/Showrunner Peter Browngardt!!!
What’s been the weirdest Looney Tunes Comedy idea you’ve been pitched for a Cartoon? Con age 13
Pete Browngardt – That’s a tough one. Maybe the weidest one was when Daffy and Bugs brains get exchanged. They get switched. So now they have their personalities in different bodies.
With Bugs Bunny being 80 years old – In what way is it easier to make the cartoons now and is there anything that’s harder to do with Bugs Bunny cartoons today? Harrison age 15
Pete Browngardt – It’s definitely not easier to do now. Any time you’re making a cartoon that there are classic cartoons out there from the past – it’s always very scary and challenging to try and make something that’s as good as those classics. The hardest thing is just trying to make them as good as the classics – with being able to draw the characters as well. And animate them as well and tell stories as well.
If Bugs Bunny lived in the real world what job do you think he would do? Con age 13
Pete Browngardt – That’s a good questions. The thing about Bugs is he’s so good – he would do so many jobs. So maybe he would be like a temp employee where he could work a different job every day.
Who is ‘Doc’? Harrison age 15
Pete Browngardt – I think ‘Doc’ is whoever Bugs is talking to. So it could be you, it could be me, it could be anybody if Bugs come up and talks to you. He’s referring to you as Doc!!!
Kidzcoolit: Bugs Bunny’s 80th Birthday Part 2: Con and Bex talk to the Birthday Boy Bugs Bunny CLICK HERE!!!
Kidzcoolit: Bugs Bunny’s 80th Birthday Part 1: Con and Bex talk life as Bugs with the voice of Bugs Bunny Eric Bauza CLICK HERE!!!
Catch the Birthday Boy ‘Bugs Bunny’ on Boomerang!!!
Break – Harrison talks to the stars at the World Premiere!!!
Harrison with the stars on the ‘Green’ Carpet!!!
Sam Gittins!!! (Spencer Pryde)
Sophie Stevens!!! (Shelley)
Terri Dwyer!!! (Cathy/Break Producer)
Adam Deacon!!! (Weasel)
Anna Danshina!!! (Alena)
Scott Peden!!! (Ginger)
Charlie Wernham!!! (Wallis)
Daniel O’Leary!!! (Jimbo)
Dylan Heath!!! (Young Spencer)
Micheal Elkin!!! (Break Writer/Director)
Dean Fisher!!! (Producer)
Break review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!
‘Break’ Screening at Drive-In Cinemas around the UK This Summer!!!
The Rifleman – Harrison Discusses The First World War, Russian Revolution and Wartime Parallels with Director Dzintars Dreibergs!!!
Do you consider ‘The Rifleman’ a World War 1 or Russian Revolution movie? Harrison age 15
Dzintars Dreibergs – There is no Russian Revolution without WW1. The great war was catalyst for people to realize the stupidity of the war in order to re-evaluate the need own rights and not living in delusional words of god like Kaisers and Czars. But foremost – I consider this to be movie of young boy during the war, the recognition how messy and unjust it has always been. At the age of 16 you have crazy jokes, need for love and the war is just some crazy background that makes you mature so much faster.
What was the most shocking fact that you learned while researching the film? Harrison age 15
Dzintars Dreibergs – How fast we forget things. I never felt how recent was WW2 – I have lived longer than its distance till my birthday, yet I never felt how close it was. We tend to forget tragic things but it brings very bad habits in not learning from our past mistakes.
None who experienced war in its core would ever consider it to be a solution to anything, however, somehow violence is still present.
And one more thing – you cannot defeat those who fight for their homes.
Have you ever heard stories from veterans from this period of the war/revolution and what was your opinion on their accounts of the hardship endured by the people of Latvia? Harrison age 15
Dzintars Dreibergs – Latvia was the battleground. There was no choice to decide – to fight or not to fight, it is just – which army will mobilize you. You fight for some ideas of crazy rulers while you just want to get back home, to family.
Riflemen met the next war after just 20 years of peace. After the Soviet occupation they never had chance to speak freely about the freedom fights during WW1 thus they were never properly honoured.
However I read all the possible memoirs, letters in order to understand them – to see how alike they were despite that they are photographed on black and white film.
When you made The Rifleman – did you expect it to have the appeal it’s had outside of Latvia? Harrison age 15
Dzintars Dreibergs – We all are same. We want to love and be loved. None of us want to experience the tragedies with our closest ones. There is no difference where the fighting occurs but I hoped that international audience would be interested to see how the war looks from the battleground.
We tried to make film – how it would feel from the first person’s view and I am happy that people around the world can associate with this young boy.
The worlds not a great place right now – what parallels can you see between now and during the period that the film is set? Harrison age 15
Dzintars Dreibergs – First, the world is in the great place now. We live better than ever. We fight for human values which is impossible mission during the war. Many memories of soldiers tell how hard it was to live with themselves after they discovered animals within themselves, we can do sad things when fight for survival becomes real.
However, the sad part is that still there are state leaders that can convince people to kill for some ideology, leaving other’s nothing else but to defend and then starting long and crazy circle of many tragedies. I hope the world can learn from the history and stop this nonsense.
The Rifleman in Showcase Cinemas 26/7/20 – Review CLICK HERE!!!
Nintendo Switch – Paper Mario The Origami King review by Connor
Available on Nintendo Switch 17/7/20 (PEGI 7) 5 Stars
Youth #Gottit View:
Its one of the must own games of 2020 for Nintendo fans and classic stuff from our Mario. Highly Recommended!!!
Showcase At Home – Becoming Rocky The Birth of a Classic review by Harrison
Available on Showcase At Home (E) 4 Stars
Youth #Gottit View:
This is a must see if you love the Rocky and Creed movies. Its like discovering buried treasure for Rocky fans. Highly Recommended!!!
Available Now on ‘Showcase at Home’!!!
Break review by Harrison
Screening at Drive-In Cinemas around the UK This Summer (15) 4 Stars
Youth #Gottit View:
Gritty tale of making the most of your talents to succeed in life. A mix of Blue Story, Karate Kid and Kingsman. Highly Recommended!!!
Break – Harrison talks to the stars at the World Premiere CLICK HERE!!!