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The Shortest Tree in The Park – Coog Cinema Shorts
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  • 1 month ago

A professional tree is conflicted with his identity and his personal life. Starring Alec White Gabe Theis Written by : Willis Maritz Directed & Edited

Ralph Breaks the Internet. Should Disney make more sequels? – Coog Cinema Reviews
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  • 2 months ago

Written by, Diane Baumann

 
Smallfoot: Warner Brothers Animation Better Than Disney? – Coog Cinema Reviews
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  • 4 months ago

Hosted by: Kiyan Badkoubeh and Diane Baumann
Bad Dreams – Coog Cinema Shorts
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  • 5 months ago

A young woman deals with a reoccurring nightmare which proves to take more of a toll than she

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation – Coog Cinema Reviews
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  • 6 months ago

Written by, Kiyan Badkoubeh

Hosted & Edited by: Kiyan Badkoubeh
ALL Pixar Sequels Ranked from Worst to Best – Coog Cinema Reviews
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  • 7 months ago

With the release of Incredibles 2, there are now 7 Pixar

Incredibles 2! Better Than The Original? – Coog Cinema Reviews
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  • 7 months ago

Written By, Kiyan Badkoubeh

Hosted & Edited by: Kiyan Badkoubeh Directed by: Eduardo Flores Crew: Madeleine Willars

EMMA – Coog Cinema Shorts
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  • 8 months ago

EMMA chronicles an agoraphobic woman who is too afraid to leave her front door. Confronted by her frustrated an

HR 2: “Octopuses” – Coog Cinema Shorts
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  • 11 months ago

A followup to 2017’s Human Resources, we continue the story of the student-run HR department led by the aloof

BEST & WORST Animated Movies 2017 – Coog Cinema Reviews
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  • 12 months ago

In a year where nothing in the world was stable and everything from politics, weather, and the entertainment world

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