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1398 days ago

This is an Italian cartoon and it's not so bad, but probably better for kids. It's a little like an anime.

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1568 days ago

I am so happy to be the first to write a review on Sid The Science Kid. I have to say I love how he has his little jokes at the begging of the show then it comes out to be something you learn about through out the show. I love how its so educational for the kids and very entertaining for parents as well. My favorite part is when mom drives him to school and sings I love my mom, my mom is cool :) and he has a very nice song for his friends when he gets to school, very catchy heehee!

When Sid get's to school and sees his friends that is when the science starts, I am telling you your child will love this show and you may even learn some neat things as well. The teacher shows diagrams and the kids learn about what ever it is on that day. There should be many more of these types of shows out there for our children.

It has also gave my child more interest in science and experiments. When my husband would come home from work on occasion he would let his dad know what he had learned in the morning and best of all he was able to do some of these experiments to show as well.

I highly recommend having your children watch this show, if it's not on TV anymore I am sure you can find it on youtube. My son is now a little older and following other shows at his age, but honestly if I were to put it on I am more than guaranteed that he would still watch it :)

Happy watching,

Happy Mom :)

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1748 days ago

I love this show and so does my older daughter. Its funny and the theme song will definitly get stuck in you head. The love Sanjay has for his pet snake craig is just sweet. I love that there adventures and how they share a love for a character named tough lip. who in there world is the most awsomest hero ever.

They also have their friends megan and Hector who also join in on their great adventures. Doesn't matter if you young or old, a boy or a girl this cartoon is one of the best new cartoons on Nickelodeon.

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1892 days ago

My kids love my little pony but I think flutter fly takes the cake on the best pony although they love dragon tales way more that was a favorite when I was a child too

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1928 days ago

Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Rarity, Twilight Sparkle, Applejack and Pinkie Pie would kick the flanks of the ponies in this version.

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1942 days ago

Betty Boop was the most Iconic, Sexy, Sassy, cartoon character ever drawn in my opinion.
Yes there's Jessica Rabbit from the, Who framed Roger Rabbit animated movie.
But she's too in your face for me Betty Boop how ever was demure but very hot with it.
She must have been popular as she is still around today & is still seen very much as the iconic character she was back in the 1930's.
80 +years isn't bad going to still be seen as popular as when you first started your career.

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2046 days ago

This series was great. Having watched it recently after not having seen it for several years, I can see where it was designed for kids. Ren fights was a broken sword that doesn't have much to it. Realitically he probably shouldn't have won all the battles with it that he did, but it was fun when I was younger. I hated that they never finished finding all the treasures of Rule.

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2154 days ago

Funny show. I used to watch this with my father and brother back in the 90s.

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2582 days ago

Gravity Falls is a brand new Disney Channel cartoon about two children who go to Oregon for the summer to live with their eccentric uncle who owns The Mystery Shack, a tourist trap filled with strange artifacts. The stars of the show, Dipper and Mabel, soon learn that there is more to Gravity Falls than meets the eye.
It’s no secret that Disney Channel has released at least one or two good shows in the past 10 years. That is basically the only reason I decided to take a chance on this new animated spectacle.
This new show is obviously an attempt to compete with Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network, who have both had such obvious success with shows of the same nature. However, I do not truly consider Gravity Falls to be a threat to either station, for reasons outlined below.
First of all, the animation was little more than what I’d expect from a modern cartoon. There was no distinct style to separate it from Adventure Time on Cartoon Network or even The Fairly OddParents on Nickelodeon. It was just another cast of round-eyed, round-headed characters with similar porportions. Obviously, the days of Mickey Mouse are long gone and Disney is making no attempt to stand out from the crowd.
Now on to the characters. The main character, Dipper, does not have a well-defined personality. We can hope, of course, that we will see some development in later episodes. His sister Mabel, on the other hand, has a more layered personality, the first layer containing more of a typical young girl persona and the next containing a distinct oddness that sparks interest within the audience. Mabel is a boy-crazy girly girl, but also more of a fighter than a lover. She protects herself nicely from the gnomes, throwing a lot of good punches and basically doing a good job defending herself. Dipper, however, plays only a small part in the battle until the very end with the leaf blower. This indicates that Mabel is more physically courageous (battiling her way out of the cluthes of the gnomes) and Dipper is more mentally courageous (coming to save his sister when he thinks her new boyfriend is a zombie). I honestly hope that the writers take the time to develop Dipper’s character more in later episodes, because even though he is obviously the main character, the entire episode focused more on his strange sister Mabel than him. I could almost call the constant narration an attempt to remind the audience that it is Dipper, not Mabel, that is the star of the show. Since this episode was clearly more of an introduction than anything else, we can assume that Grunkle Stan, who was presented as a minor character with no significant role except to provide brief comic relief and, at the very end, an air of mystery, will slowly move up the ladder until he finds himself in the same bracket as Mabel and Dipper. He looks to be an interesting person and the viewers are indisputably eager to find out more about his character. The same goes for Wendy, although we have a pretty good idea of her traits despite her only playing a role in two scenes. She seems to be a lazy teenage girl who enjoys reading magazines and, for whatever reason, shares Dipper’s and Mabel’s beliefs that there is more to Gravity Falls than meets the eye. The latter is implied by the fact that she does not question Dipper when he asks to borrow the golf cart because his sister is going to be eaten by a zombie.
The plot was evidently simple, but the entire episode ran on smoothly and every strand of the story wrapped up neatly into each other. First Mabel announces that she wants to find a boyfriend, followed by a montage of her flirting with different guys. This leads to her meeting a boy in the cemetery, whom Dipper mistakes as a zombie. He follows the two of them and finds video evidence, but rushes to the forest only to discover that the “zombie” is actually a bunch of gnomes standing on top of each other to give the illusion of a person in the hopes of persuading Mabel to marry all of them and become their queen. Putting aside that obvious reference to polygamy, the plot itself wasn’t bad. Even the classic lead-in had its charms. However, even if the plot was alright, the way it was carried out wasn’t. The jokes were half-hearted, consisting mostly of the cliché physical humor you can find in just about every cartoon these days and the occasional terrible pun. The only scene I found vaguely comedic was the gnome throwing up rainbows. Perhaps if the jokes had been more well-written, the plot wouldn’t have seemed like such a failure.
In general, this show should appeal to children ages 4-11, but will probably send older fans of Disney running in the other direction. I predict that they will get at least one season out of this, but I can’t imagine a season four or five. They obviously aren’t trying to appeal to both children and an older audience, and this will definitely dent the show’s popularity.

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2582 days ago

Generally I'd say she looked more satisfied than Wilma. I suspect Barney was the one with the real Yaba Daba Doo.

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