Year: 2005
Rated: PG

Only in cartoon can a zebra and a lion becomes friends ... that's part of the comedy of this animation. The zebra pursued his dream of a better life outside the zoo which then turns into a nightmare.  
The roar man, the roar!
Wow! I've never heard that one before!
Yeah go wild man, come on!
Bring up the wild!
Aarrhh! Excuse me, you're biting my butt!
No, I'm not.
Yes, you are.
Alex, what did you do?
He bit me on the butt!
No. I didn't. Did I?
You kind of did.
You just bit me on the butt! What the hack is wrong with you? Why did you bite me?
Man, that's because you are his dinner.
What? Excuse me?
That's dumb. Dumb, dumb, Maurice. What is the simple bite on the buttocks among friends?
The party is over, Julian. Your brilliant plan has failed.
What are you talking about?
Your friend here is what we call a deluxe model hunting and eating machine. And he eats stake. Which is you.
Get out of here.
Okey dokey, Maurice. I admit it, the plan failed. All is lost! We're all doomed. The Foosas will come back and gobble us with their mouths! Because we are all stakes.
I'm stake! Me, me, me, me!
Mr. Alex cannot stay here. He belongs with his own kind. On the Foosa side of the island.
By the power invested in me, by the law of the jungle, bla, bla, bla, bla. Be gone!
What? Come on.
Do I look like a stake to you?
See, I told you I don't look like...
Wait, wait, what did you say?
Oh, yeah!
He's going savage. Run for your lives!

Fun With Dick And Jane

Year: 2005
Rated: PG-13

This movie is hilarious! In a way it is based on the demised of Enron Corporation.


I have something of an announcement to make.

It turns out that a very wonderful opportunity has just presented itself... in the form of me...
...not necessarily working at Globodyne anymore.

Were you fired?

I wasn't fired. Globodyne tanked.

Dick! Jeez. "Fired."

What do you mean? How could that happen? They just gave you a promotion. And...

There is nothing to worry about. I'll get my severance... money from my pension. We're fine. I am a winner. Billy, tell your father he's a winner.

The Prince of Egypt

Year: 1998
Rated: PG

Based on Biblical story of Exodus, this animated film is powerful and moving.
- Rameses?
Oh! Let me guess. You want me to... let your people go.
- I hoped I would find you here.
Get out!
- Rameses, we must bring this to an end. Rameses, please, talk to me. We could always talk here. This place. So many memories. I remember the time you... switched the heads of the gods of the temple of Ra.
If I recall correctly, you were there switching heads right along with me.
- No, it was you. I didn't do that.
Yes, you did. You put the hippo on the crocodile, and the crocodile...
- On the falcon. Yes! The priest thought it was an omen and fasted for two months.
Father was furious. You were always getting me into trouble! But then... you were always there to... get me out of trouble again.
- Hmph.
Why can't things be the way they were before?
Father... It's so dark. I'm frightened. Why is he here? Isn't that the man who did all this?
Yes. But one must wonder... why?
- Because no kingdom should be made on the backs of slaves. Rameses, your stubbornness is bringing this misery upon Egypt. It would cease if only you would let the Hebrews go.
I will not be dictated to. I will not be threatened. I am the morning and the evening star. I am Pharaoh.
- Something else is coming. Something much worse than anything before. Please, let go of your contempt for life before it destroys everything you hold dear. Think of your son!
I do. You Hebrews have been nothing but trouble. My father had the right idea about how to deal with your people.
- Rameses...
And it's time I finished the job!
- Rameses!
There shall be a great cry in Egypt such as never has been or ever will be again!
- Rameses, you bring this upon yourself.
When You Believe