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Big Time’s Top 10 Simpsons Episodes

Everybody knows The Simpsons. The famous TV show rose to universal prominence in the early 90s, during a time when television was swarming with shallow, uninspired programming. With its mix of satire, humour and heart, The Simpsons was cynical yet sincere. Unlike the legions of

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Review: Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

Like plenty of others around my age, I grew up reading Captain Underpants. In many ways, Captain Underpants was a book designed for ten-year-olds. It was fast-paced, interactive, and best of all, it had a whole lot of toilet humour.

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Review: Bob the Ball

“Bob is a ball. He’s the best ball in the world!” If I’d only known the historical significance of these two lines when I first watched this short movie. With themes of homesickness and friendship, Bob the Ball merges its storybook presentation

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Review: Moana

There is something about the great blue sea that invigorates me. Whenever I write a fictional story, I always seem to come back to the sea. Watching sunshine shimmer softly along the waves of the ocean is so beautiful that

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Review: Kubo and the Two Strings

Kubo and the Two Strings is a modern hero’s myth. It reminds me of the Greek myth of Perseus, who also went on a quest to collect three treasures to defeat a terrifying monster. But unlike Perseus, Kubo is not a tale of

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Review: Sausage Party

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are known for making a particular genre of movies, one packed with drug humour, sex jokes and the occasional slapstick comedy. And for better or worse, their movies are an acquired taste; you either love or

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Review: Zootopia

Furries rejoice: Big Time actually likes Zootopia. And not just for its clever allegory on societal racism, but also for its incredibly fun story. Zootopia tells the story of Judy Hopps (voiced by Ginnifer Goodwin), a bright-eyed bunny cop (the first of her

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