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REVIEW: BUBBLE & A CHRISTMAS CLASSIC

BBN Film Critic Latae Green provides holiday film recommendations, including a new Netflix release

 

By: Latae Green

December 5, 2022


Guys Christmas is literally in 20 days! And just because it’s the merriest time of year I will recommend 2 movies every week till Christmas. Of course, I have my Christmas movie lovers out there so I must feed you guys with Christmas joy, but I know I have my anime and regular movie lovers out there too so I will also recommend some movies for you guys as well.

Furthermore, let's get into my Christmas spirit and recommend one of the classics, How The Grinch Stole Christmas. I have never met anyone that has not watched this movie during Christmas, but if you have not watched this movie, I would rate it 10/10 because this movie is a must!! How The Grinch Stole Christmas dates all the way back to 2000 so it is older than us, but it feels like it's been growing with us over the years. However, if you are more of an animation person and you still want to try this movie out then there is an animated version that came out in 2018.


It is also a nice version you can watch while you’re in your room or living room with family and friends. This is one of the hundreds of Christmas movies that can make you laugh and keep you interested. So, make sure if you haven’t watched it, go and watch it and make it part of your Christmas traditions.


As I said at the beginning, I have prepared a second movie recommendation and today it is an anime movie for my anime fans that want some help with where to start or what to watch at the moment. This new animated movie just came out this year and the name of it is Bubble.

The name itself is cute so I thought it was going to be an all cute movie but... anyways when I first saw it, I hesitated to press on it, but when I did it was great.


The beginning to end really indulges the viewers interest and even made me want to stay until it finished because of how great the animation was. One thing that stood out the most was the characters. The designer, Takeshi Obata really made the characters stand out during this film and I feel like it made it 10 times better because of the realistic point of view it portrayed to their audience. So, anime watchers out there, be sure to not hesitate like I did and watch this beautiful movie; Bubble.

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