Mimi’s Cafe Kids Menu

Posted on Mar 2, 2018

I got the pleasure to work with Tiffany McClain of Mimi’s Cafe to do the illustration work for their new kids menu and activity sheets to be used across their 84 restaurant locations.

I am excited to finally be able to share this work! Below is the press release with the PR image followed by a thumbnail grouping of the images I did for the menu and activity sheet that has been made public thus far.

Larger sized images can be viewed in the Painted Illustration Portfolio: QuietYell.com/portfolio/

One of the activity sheets that’s been made public can also be viewed on Mimi’s Cafe website: here through the kids section: http://www.mimiscafe.com/kids )


PR SOURCE:
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/mimis-promotes-healthier-choices-with-engaging-new-kids-menu-300603147.html

NEWS PROVIDED BY
Mimi’s
Feb 27, 2018, 07:17 ET

Mimi’s Promotes Healthier Choices With Engaging New Kids Menu

Flipbook-style menu lets kids select dishes while creating stories with furry French friends

DALLAS, Feb. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Mimi’s has launched a creative new kids menu that features healthy choices and an entertaining experience to make ordering fun for even the youngest diners.

The flipbook-style menu is a charming storybook starring Elle and Pierre, a cat-and-dog best-friend duo traveling through France together. The pair help kids select a main dish, side and drink, with each turn of the menu’s three-part pages creating a new scene in the French countryside or city, as Elle and Pierre enjoy picnics, riding trains, dancing – even parachuting.

“We wanted to create a new way for kids to engage with the dining experience and empower them to make their own choices,” said Mimi’s Senior Director of Marketing Tiffany McClain. “Our new kids menu is a fun and interactive way to help children review the menu. They can find the items they like and give their order to the server independently and even nonverbally.”

The menu features new items such as French Toast Dippers, freshly baked Kids Waffle, Kids Cheeseburger or Cheese Quesadillas, as well as longtime favorites Puppy Dog Griddle Cakes, Sliced Grilled Chicken Breast, crispy Chicken Tenders, and Kids Fettuccini with Pomodoro Sauce.

Along with their main dish, kids can also select new beverages with their meal, like Honest Kids Appley Ever After or Super Fruit Punch. Last, they can add healthier items to their meals, such as GoGo squeeZ Applesauce and Yoplait Go-Gurt Strawberry Yogurt, for $0.99 each.

“GoGo squeeZ is thrilled to partner with a fun and exciting brand such as Mimi’s. Our mission at GoGo squeeZ is to make it easier for families to be healthier and happier. We hope kids will be excited about this addition to the Mimi’s kids menu,” said GoGo squeeZ Chief Marketing Officer Helene Caillate.

The entire kids menu is available all day, for kids 12 years and younger. Mimi’s also offers all-day breakfast, every day. For a full menu, locations and hours of operation, go to www.mimiscafe.com/kids.

About Mimi’s 
Founded in 1978 by Arthur Simms, who was stationed in France during World War II, Mimi’s is a neighborhood cafe offering fresh, hand-prepared American-French comfort food and bistro classics for breakfast all day, lunch, dinner and special celebrations. Now owned by Dallas-based Le Duff America, Inc., the North American subsidiary of global bakery-cafe leader Groupe Le Duff, headquartered in Rennes, France, Mimi’s has 84 locations in 16 U.S. states. Mimi’s sources the freshest ingredients, inspiring its scratch-made French bistro classics and American comfort food. A full menu and more information is available at www.mimiscafe.com.

Media Contacts:
Sara Hundley or Curry Heard
SPM Communications
sh@spmcommunications.com or curry@spmcommunications.com
817-329-3257



Mimi’s Cafe


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Social Media Posts: Week of 02-26-2018

Posted on Mar 2, 2018

1) “Kool-Aid?! I love Kool-Aid!”

2) “Their neighbor was rough around the edges… and the insides too…”

3) “He was sad to retire from the pharmacy but did look forward to helping people in other ways.”

Keep up to date with posts at:
Instagram.com/Quietyell
Instagram.com/QuietyellSketches
Twitter.com/ScottMonaco
Facebook.com/QuietYell


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Painting Andy Estra’s Cat-Butt-Face Sketch

Posted on Feb 19, 2018

Original Sketch by @Andy_Estra (Instagram) : I always admire and am inspired by his work (Thanks, Andy!). This particular sketch amused me so much that I just had to do some painting practice on it! …Of course, there are many other sketches of his I want to paint (and wish I had sketched!). Hopefully, in painting this, I learned something from his work to improve my sketching (and hopefully I did right by your great work, Andy!)

Original Sketch Text:
“Don’t know why my cat always puts her ass in my face. Hope you all have a great weekend”

Original Sketch Permalink:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BcN0sEHAkzj/

Visit Instagram.com/Andy_Estra for a constant flow of great work!


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Archive of 6,000 Historical Children’s Books (Digitized and Free to Read!)

Posted on Feb 19, 2018

The archive of historical children’s books:
Baldwin Library of Historical Children’s Literature
http://ufdc.ufl.edu/baldwin/all/thumbs

From the OpenCulture.com article:
http://www.openculture.com/2016/08/enter-an-archive-of-6000-historical-childrens-books-all-digitized-and-free-to-read-online.html

We can learn much about how a historical period viewed the abilities of its children by studying its children’s literature. Occupying a space somewhere between the purely didactic and the nonsensical, most children’s books published in the past few hundred years have attempted to find a line between the two poles, seeking a balance between entertainment and instruction. However, that line seems to move closer to one pole or another depending on the prevailing cultural sentiments of the time. And the very fact that children’s books were hardly published at all before the early 18th century tells us a lot about when and how modern ideas of childhood as a separate category of existence began… Enter the Baldwin Library of Historical Children’s Literature here, where you can browse several categories, search for subjects, authors, titles, etc, see full-screen, zoomable images of book covers, download XML versions, and read all of the over 6,000 books in the collection with comfortable reader views. Find more classics in our collection, 800 Free eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices.


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Valentines & Chinese New Year 2018

Posted on Feb 14, 2018

May your Valentine’s Day be rich with love… and 新年快樂, 恭喜發財!


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The Frog Prince In Progress

Posted on Feb 12, 2018

Some in-progress images of The Frog Prince illustration:


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Kidlit411 2018 Banner Illustration

Posted on Feb 9, 2018

In January, Kidlit411.com offered the opportunity to illustrate the banner for their site, Facebook group, & Twitter Profile. Below is the banner I created for them. It focuses on the frequent interviews of children’s book authors & illustrators and the diversity found within the kidlit industry. Following is the full illustration in its non-branded form (Note the way the handling of the music notes correspond to the bird speaking them).

About Kidlit411:

Our goal is to organize relevant information about writing and illustrating for children in one handy spot, right here. Our site includes:

Topical Pages – links to articles and resources organized by topics
Author &

Illustrator Spotlights – each week, we feature an author and an illustrator, who share their experience with you

The Weekly 411 – each week, we compile the new links that were added during the week in an update post. You can receive this by email by subscribing to email updates (in the left hand sidebar)

Visit Kidlit411.com


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SCBWI.org Has Been Updated

Posted on Jan 25, 2018

As a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators, I love to see SCBWI’s growth & success, and I am enjoying the new site update. Go check it out! www.SCBWI.org

From SCBWI’s eNewsletter:

Dear Members,

Now scbwi.org has a new look and new navigation.

We’ve kept the warmth and friendliness you’ve come to associate with SCBWI, and now with a fresher look. What’s changed is an improved navigation that eliminates long drop-down menus and too many links on the nav bar. Information you need most is now where you can get to it the fastest – on the homepage. There’s a new FAQ as well as links to Member Benefits. As always you can renew your membership online with the click of a link on the homepage.

Login and take some time to browse the site and enjoy the new look made with all of you in mind. There will be more big changes coming this year, and new and refreshed content to help you maximize your SCBWI membership. The website is your primary touchpoint to all the news and information you need on your journey in children’s book publishing. We want to make that a better experience for you.

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LinkedIn
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Our Son Has Come!

Posted on Jan 16, 2018

On December 28, 2017, our son was born!

His original due date was 01/17/18, but due to medical concerns surrounding his small size, our doctors pushed up the delivery date (which was 37 weeks along). Following his birth, lab results confirmed that this was a good call by the doctors, and we are fortunate to have him with us.

He was 4 lbs 3 oz and came out strong; however, a couple hours later, he started breathing fast and his blood sugar dropped quite low. Truly, I thought I was going to lose my son. His body was so lethargic and looked like he didn’t have much longer to live. BUT they put him NICU and and over the course of those 6 days he got better. They released him from NICU on January 3rd to come home!

A couple days after his release, the pediatrician had him weighed at 4lbs 1oz. Seven days later, the pediatrician had him weighed at 4lbs 15oz!!!!!! Apparently, he has been growing 50% faster than average, and we are so happy he is growing so well! Everything else has continued to look good!

We are overjoyed at this blessing God has given us and are looking forward to the adventure to come!

Below are some images (he actually was/is a lot smaller than he looks in the photos)


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Movies Watched in 2017

Posted on Dec 27, 2017

This past year, I wanted to immerse myself into visual storytelling in movies, so we watched quite a few movies (88 to be precise). Hope I learned something, but at least I enjoyed this research!

While we rented some from GooglePlay and through our Amazon Prime Video, to our delight, we realized that we could check out many movies (even just released to dvd) through our local library! Nothing like watching movies for free!

As a side note & a little insight to me, I am not fond of watching movies at the movie theater as I find it inconvenient & discomforting (in fact, I can’t quite remember how many years ago it has been since watching a movie in the theater). Watching at home allows me to pause as needed (use restroom, get something to drink/eat, look something up, talk about what was shown, go do something and come back to the movie hours later, etc.), rewind (usually to clarify what was said/shown or re-listen/re-see if distracted when in natural play), and simply to relax (lay down, wear very casual clothes, talk & use smartphone more freely during the movie, sketch or do work during the movie, etc.). Oh, and it’s a whole lot cheaper!

…hmm… “Nothing like watching movies for free!”… “it’s a whole lot cheaper!”… Well, I sure sound like a cheapskate! — haha — I’m not, but if I can get something at a lesser cost (especially if I find the lesser cost version to be better), then why pay more?


FAVORITES & NOTES:

These movies get repeated in their category below; however, I wanted to call out some of my favorites. Since I’m not certain as to which order I would put them in, I listed them in alphabetical order:

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Ernest & Celestine (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

James and the Giant Peach (1996)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

My Life As A Zucchini (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Wadjda (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

NOTES:

I also enjoyed the Planet of the Apes Trilogy, the Star Wars movies, and The Spiderwick Chronicles; though, I’m not sure if they make it to the “Favorites” list. Similarly, I was pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed the mix of 3D, 2D, etc. in The Peanuts Movie; it was something I was skeptical & critical of before watching it but actually found it to be an appropriate and endearing approach.

Maybe I’ll make some people upset here, but I did have some unexpected disappointments with some movies that had a lot of critic, industry, and public “fanfare” (Note: This doesn’t mean that I disliked the movies all together, for in fact, there were various great things about them) : Logan — While I liked the gritty, dusty & somewhat realistic style of Logan, it was far too violent/angry/aggressive for me. Wonder Woman — This had fun action sequences & exciting special effects, but while it was nice to see the Wonder Woman character being physically strong as well as compassionate, I found her to make key decisions based off of emotion rather than thoughtful strategy & such; thus, I didn’t find her to be quite the best role model as the character was praised for being, particularly for encouraging STEM, leadership, etc. La La Land — This just seemed to have unending praise heaped upon it, but I found it quite forgettable; however, I must say that I very much so liked the color usage, sets/scenes & the compositions of them. The live action versions of The Jungle Book and Beauty & The Beast — Both of these were visually wonderful with great production quality; however, they not only didn’t live up to the original cartoon versions for me but seemed to be lacking something (perhaps it is just my own nostalgia).

I probably should spend more time writing down thoughts after watching movies, especially as I would love to be more thorough here on what I liked/disliked & why for all the movies. Maybe I’ll find some time to go back to ponder on all of these more, and maybe I’ll start writing down thoughts on movies going forward shortly after watching them…


THE LIST:

Here’s the list of movies watched in alphabetical order according to category (Children’s/Family, Drama, Fantasy/Sci-Fi) along with links to their pages on IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, Wikipedia, Amazon Video and DVD/Blu-Ray:

CHILDREN’S/FAMILY:

The Adventures of Tintin (2011)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Angry Birds Movie (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Bee Movie (2007)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Beauty and the Beast (2017, Live Action)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The BFG (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Big Hero 6 (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Book of Life (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Boxtrolls (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Brave (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Brother Bear (2003)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

A Cat in Paris (2010)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Cat Returns (2002)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Despicable Me (2010)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Despicable Me 2 (2013)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Despicable Me 3 (2017)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

(Despicable Me Franchise on Wikipedia | 3-Movie Blu-Ray)

Epic (2013)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Ernest & Celestine (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Finding Dory (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Frankenweenie (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Frozen (2013)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Hotel Transylvania (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

(Hotel Transylvania Franchise on Wikipedia)

How To Train Your Dragon (2010)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

How To Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

(How To Train Your Dragon Franchise on Wikipedia)

James and the Giant Peach (1996)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Jungle Book (2016, Live Action)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Madagascar (2005)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Madagascar 2: Escape Africa (2008)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

(The Madagascar Franchise on Wikipedia | 3-Movie Blu-Ray)

Minions (2015)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Moana (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Monsters, Inc. (2001)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Monsters University (2013)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

(The Monsters Inc. Franchise on Wikipedia | 2-Movie Blu-Ray)

My Life As A Zucchini (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Nim’s Island (2008)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Nocturna (2007)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Nut Job (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror (2009)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Paddington (2014, Live Action)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

ParaNorman (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Peanuts Movie (2015)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Princess and the Frog (2009)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Secret Life of Pets (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Shrek Forever After (2010)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Sing (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Tale of Despereaux (2008)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Tangled (2010)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Trolls (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Wreck-It Ralph (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Zootopia (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray


DRAMA:

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Chef (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Danish Girl (2015)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

La La Land (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Rushmore (1998)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

The Theory of Everything (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Wadjda (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray


FANTASY/SCI-FI:

10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Alien: Covenant (2017)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Doctor Strange (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Ghost In The Shell (2017, Live Action)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Godzilla (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Logan (2017)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Pacific Rim (2013)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Planet of the Apes (Rise of the, 2011)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Planet of the Apes (Dawn of the, 2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Planet of the Apes (War for the, 2017)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

(The Planet of the Apes Franchise on Wikipedia | 3-Movie Blu-Ray)

Prometheus (2012)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Star Trek: Beyond (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Suicide Squad (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

(The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Franchise on Wikipedia)

The Wolverine (2013)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

Wonder Woman (2017)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

X-Men: First Class (2011)
IMDb | Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia | Amazon Video | DVD/Blu-Ray

(The X-Men Brand on Wikipedia | The X-Men Film Series on Wikipedia)


I look forward to hopefully watching many more movies in 2018 & beyond (and continuing to read many more books too!) — Library time!


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