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- June 2nd, 2009, 11:19 pm
- Forum: At the Movies
- Topic: The Princess and the Frog
- Replies: 1171
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On the other hand, Walt was a merchandising genius. Games in general were very popular with his characters.Ben wrote:Well, they didn't have video games around in 1937, so I doubt Walt intended for there to be one.
FWIW, Coraline is a deserving contender for the Best Animated Feature Oscar, as well. IMHO, Coraline 's story-telling is actually a bit stronger than Up 's (though, both movies are excellent). I can't comment on The Princess and the Frog , since I haven't yet seen it .. but the trailer does look sp...
I just saw Up last night and both my wife and I loved it. I teared up at the two appropriate moments. Overall, it was an excellent movie and a heartwarming adventure story. The dog is really the comedic highlight of the movie and provided most of the laughs. The comedic timing of the gangs was perfe...
I watched it this week and I enjoyed it. I didn't love is as much as say, Terminator 2, but it was definitely miles better than Terminator 3. I would go see a sequel. Fans of actions and sci-fi should enjoy it. It was cool to have the plot advance to the future.
Not bad. It looks good, but am I the only one afraid this will be campy? I hope they play it seriously, but with the right amount of humor that is in the series. I don't want an Aang that is too serious.
- May 18th, 2009, 8:43 pm
- Forum: Outside the Lines
- Topic: Disney should try to tackle an adult animated feature
- Replies: 25
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Anytime they do an adult film, it's under their other labels - Touchstone, Hollywood, Miramax, etc... All that is Disney as well, technically. They will keep their "Disney" brand strictly for family fare.
I watched A&D this weekend. It was definitely better than the first movie. I always preferred A&D over TDVC mainly because I just liked the story better. The new movie has a much quicker pace than TDVC which was appreciated.