Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Review of Neutrino Project at ComedySportz. November 2008.

I didn't like the puppet because he was too scary. He was kind of going silly around. And it was so hilarious when the hand pretended it still had the puppet on.

It was funny when they said Rats! Rats! Rats!

I liked the drink we got there. It was sparkly and looked like sparkly pink lemonade.

I wanted them to be on stage instead of on a movie. It would have been gooder because it would be closer and I could say hi to Lillie.

Lillie was pretty funny. Drinking out of the beer so fast was really hilarious.

I thought it was really funny when they took the objects and played with them in the scenes.

It is good for kids and grownups. Kids should watch out for the parts where they are yelling so much.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Review of Muppet History 101 with David Rudman at Siskel Film Center November 2008

I got a picture with Cookie Monster! I felt a little nervous and shy. We had a little conversation. "First you should eat your good stuff before you eat your sweets." Baby Bear said "I've got typical bag ear." I thought that that was really hilarious.

In the movie he says "What was that all about" says Kermit the Frog. And something else funny he says: "And our special guest Johnny Cash." It was kind of like Monsters, Inc. because it was kind of like this [thwack] and they bashed their heads against the curtain.

There was something really funny: the chocolate bacon. It was so hilarious when the reporters said "From New York" and "From Washington."

What do you think I am laughing about? "Typical bag ear."

What was interesting was I saw a poster for House Made Out of Wax. Spooky and dramatic.

David Rudman was interesting because how could he talk like Cookie Monster or Baby Bear without him even sounding like his own voice? It's so different his voice.

I asked David Rudman a question about Mary's hair on Jack's Big Music Show. He said Mary's hair was made out of feathers, ostrich feathers. A lady is playing a puppet she.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Ada's Review of Bill Peet: An Autobiography

Bill Peet's Autobiography.

When his aunt dies was a kind of sad part. Because if you yell too loud that means that you will die. It was scary about him working through the war.

He worked for Disney and says Walt Disney. It was a hard job and fun. I liked the Jungle book part because I have it. I liked Sleeping Beauty because I liked her dress and her hair. And also when they worked on Tinkerbell I liked her hair and her dress. It was really pretty.

It was so funny when he said "NO MORE DUCKS!"

If I was Bill Peet's kid I would say "What do you think, Dad?" if I colored Bill Peet's painting. He should have asked his dad first.

Other kids should read it because it is a really good book and has maybe some of their favorite characters.