Reviewed by Oscar Sweetman (age 7)
Hi guys, it’s me again, Oscar. Happy New Year and I hope you all have a great 2019! I’m going to review the Cate Blanchett and Jack Black movie, The House With A Clock In It Walls. I wrote a review of Jumanji recently and if you want to see that you can click on that link that’s under where I said ‘Jumanji’.
So, I didn’t promise you a review of this movie but I will tell you what will happen at the bottom in terms of new reviews.
Now, shall we get started…
So this movie is about a boy and his mother and father have passed away and at the beginning Jack Black is writing a letter to the boy and there’s a chocolate chip cookie there. And he says, “Please get a ticket on the train to our house and I’ll look forward to meeting you. Sorry about the day when your mum and dad passed away”.
He gets the ticket for the train and then he climbs up to get his bag from above and he almost slips and it’s like, ‘woah—woah….’ and then Jack Black comes. You see that he’s his uncle. Then he goes, ”Wow-wow-woah, don’t kill yourself before I get a chance to meet ya!”