What if Kingdom Hearts III Was Made in Live-Action Animated Movie Based on Kingdom Hearts video Game?
Believing light and darkness must remain in balance, Master Xehanort seeks to spark war against the “tyranny of light” to restore equilibrium. (IMDb) (NOTE: Original Cast of Disney: Johnny Depp, John Goodman, Billy Crystal and Other Actors and Actresses Returns)
An young introvert teenager with high-functioning Autism who refuses to socialize with other people after being builled when he was a young kid and he just want to focus on his school stuff to get the hell out of here as he just want to be alone until he reunited with his old friends from his past who happens to be his imaginary friends and help him to regained his imagination or else they will be gone forever. Climax scene:
After learning about Raven, Luna and Roxy are gone forever because he was unable to regained his imagination, Vincent doesn’t …
The series presents a fictionalized version of the local government of New York City, and follows its Mayor Randall Winston and his staff as they run the city, although the main person in charge is Deputy Mayor Mike Flaherty. Mike is excellent at his job, dealing with spin and lies, but not so good with his personal life, which he often neglects.
In the Sequel of The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. Description Coming Soon MMPA Rated PG
NOTE: All characters are real people unless otherwise stated. Immediately after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the FBI rounds up suspects and interrogates them. Only problem is, all of the suspects claim someone else did it. The suspects are: Lee Harvey Oswald: Claims the CIA hired him to act as a fall-guy for the assassination. James Angleton (CIA agent): Claims Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Gary Bimmer (conspiracy theorist, fictional character): Claims Joe DiMaggio killed JFK as revenge for the murder of Marilyn Monroe. George Hickey (secret service agent): Claims the mafia put on a hit on JFK. Carlos …
What if Storks (2016) was Made in the 90s
What if Smallfoot was Made in the 90s (NOTE: Next is Storks)
Following Grim's reconciliation with Malaria, Billy and Mandy blame each other for their best friend leaving them, thinking they've forgotten them and their adventures together, and have since grown apart. Eight years later, their senior year of Endsville High School grows untimely disturbed by the return of the Boogeyman. Now it's up to Irwin and the Underfist team to help his best friends put their differences aside so they can help Grim for his final battle.
ENDING SCENE (a la Pretty in Pink): a nerdy girl is encouraged by her friends to ask Irwin to dance with her, which he …
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