Firebreather is a Cartoon Network Original Film, released this week.
It’s the typical teenage life-struggle story of a High School boy named Duncan. There’s bullying, girls, fitting in… and the fact that he’s half Kaiju, a sort of dragon-like beast. This makes for an action-packed movie – filled with typical school life, soul-searching, and plenty of epic Kaiju battle sequences. If you’re the Godzilla-type, this is for you!
The movie’s plot was not one of vast complexities… rather it contained the usual character development, and quick plot resolutions characteristic of a 67-minute, Cartoon Network-premiere film. Not to say it’s a bad thing – it all depends on what your cup of tea is.
Posted on 11/29/2010, in All-Things-Reviews, Movie Reviews, Uncategorized and tagged "Blitz" Barnes, 2010, Amy Davidson, Belloc Rosenblatt, Cartoon Network, CGI animated Film, Col. "Booshwa" Barnes, computer-generated imagery, Dana Delany, Dante Basco, Dragon, Duncan Rosenblatt, Firebreather, Godzilla, High school, Isabel, Jenna Shwartzendruber, Jesse Head, Kaiju, Ken Rogers, Kevin Michael Richardson, King of the Kaiju, Margaret Rosenblatt, New York Comic Con, Peter Chung, Phil Hester, Reed Diamond, Television, Tia Texada, Troy Adams. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.