Top Ten Brainpop MoviesSome of these brainpop movies can be really funny and shocking sometimes. But they tend to be really educational. I felt like sharing my favorites.
This movie was funny. It did talk about the principles of fire, but it also had some exciting scenes, like Moby jumping into Tim's arms after he heard the word explosion. He also leaped into the air to put out the fire.
This was one of my favorites. It really helped me think about how to stand up for yourself in case a bully tries to attack you. But this movie was ironic too. Tim was talking about some kid named Craig bullying him, but Craig came up to him and said, "Hey, Tim."
This was a serious movie. I like how Tim mentioned that people from fifteen years ago are living longer and healthier.
It was a nice movie. It had all the information that my math teacher told my class. It was pretty funny how Moby saw an alien.
I usually watch this movie during Christmas time. The quiz is pretty easy if you've paid attention to the movie. It was ironic how Tim said that the holidays are not an excuse to play video games, but he was about to play.
This was both educational and impactful. Because of this movie, I have a lot of knowledge about the civil rights movement. In first grade, when I knew about Dr. King because of this, I became known as nerd boy.
Full of science fiction, it is awesome. Great movie if you want to learn and have fun.
I loved it, really fun!
This, to me, was impactful. I didn't know about all kinds of bridges until watching this movie. When I mention it to anyone, they will be tired.
I actually liked this movie because it conveyed the same information my teacher said. It was funny at the end when Moby was wearing a war mask to scare Tim.
Super funny, but I love the clefs and time signatures the most.
It's funny throughout the whole video. I recommend this movie to anybody with humor.
It was so funny, and Tim had control over Moby. That sounds good.
Loads of information and tons of tips. A great movie to watch!
This is the funniest movie of all.
At the end, Moby becomes a cowboy.
At the end, the pilot does a nosedive, and afterward, Tim throws up.
During the entire video, Moby had headphones on. It is revealed that Moby was listening to a ridiculous recording of Tim saying things like, "I have a giant rock in my head instead of a brain."
I liked this in two ways:
1. It is educational. We know how to get rid of hiccups: open a box of the powder of the remains of the Bolivian aquatic centipede.
2. It's that when you get hiccups, something inside is being irritated.
Awesomely funny how Moby made the robot.
This was new, actually. I watched this 3 days ago. You should check it out. If you're in 8th grade, you can see that it has the same words your history teacher covered.