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Genre Grandeur – The Congress (2013) – Sweet Archive

I have to admit that I saved this little fun entry for my Friday post. It’s June, and yet I’m going back to May 31st, when MovieRob was kind enough to let me partake in his awesome Genre Grandeur, and posted my movie review on The Congress. The topic was Animated Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Non-Disney/PIXAR) Movies chosen by S.G. Liput of Rhyme and Reason. So, here it is and I hope you enjoy my review and I hope you’ll watch the movie because of my review and I hope you’ll like it! Happy Friday everyone 🙂


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For this month’s next review for Genre Grandeur – Animated Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Non-Disney/PIXAR) Movies, here’s a review of The Congress (2013) by Reut of Sweet Archives

Thanks again to S.G. Liput of Rhyme and Reason for choosing this month’s genre.

Next month’s Genre has been chosen by Kim of Tranquil Dreams.  We will be reviewing our favorite teenage/high school romance movies. Please get me your submissions by 25th June by sending them to  Try to think out of the box! Great choice Kim!

Let’s see what Reut thought of this movie:


Here’s a film review from a happy Genre Grandeur participant. This month’s genre is Animated Sci-fi/fantasy (non Disney/Pixar) Movies chosen by S.G. of Rhyme and Reason. Thank you, S.G. for this very very cool pick and MovieRob for conducting this awesome blogging project and letting me be a part of it!


The Congress (2013)

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2 thoughts on “Genre Grandeur – The Congress (2013) – Sweet Archive

  1. I definitely appreciated this one. I like the way it preaches about the danger of dumbing our entertainment down to boring, repetitive clichés, and condemns society for the way it looks down on elderly people, ugliness, etc. Above all it teaches us the power of free will, I guess. It certainly gave me a lot to think about personally.

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