February 27, 2015
atlantis the lost empire, leonard nimoy, LLAP, mr. spock, star trek, transformers, transformers 3, transformers: dark of the moon, zambezia
Beloved actor, Leonard Nimoy, has passed away at the age of 83. Mr. Nimoy (1931-2015) was best known for his portrayal of Mr. Spock in the Star Trek franchise.
But, he has played many other roles besides including a few voice roles! These include the Atlantean king in Disney’s Atlantis: The Lost Empire,
Sentinel Prime in Transformers: Dark of the Moon,
and Sekhuru in Zambezia.
He shall be missed!
February 26, 2015
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Well, it’s the review that you all have been waiting for: my review of the 54th Disney Canon film that won the Best Animated Feature Film Oscar in the 87th Academy Awards, Big Hero 6!
“Uh…we really weren’t waiting for this review, to be honest.”
Too bad. Here’s my review!
February 23, 2015
academy awards, american sniper, big hero 6, birdman, boyhood, disney, disney animation, disney canon, feast, oscars, selma, the grand budapest hotel, the imitation game, the sound of music, the theory of everything
Well, the 87th Academy Awards were yesterday and you can check the list of winners here. In terms of animation, Disney won the Best Animated Short and Best Animated Film Oscars for Feast and Big Hero 6, respectively.
I congratulate Disney on this, although I was sure that How to Train Your Dragon 2 was going to win. In the end, I only correctly predicted 12 Oscars this year and couldn’t beat my high score last year of 14. Oh well, there’s always next year, God-willing!
To see my predictions again, click here.
February 1, 2015
animated film, animated movie, animation, annie awards, disney, dreamworks, how to train your dragon, httyd
Yesterday, the 42nd Annie Awards ceremony took place. How to Train Your Dragon 2 won the award for Best Animated Feature. For a list of all the other winners, check here.
How do you feel about the winners? Did you watch the live webcast? Let me know in the comments!
January 30, 2015
animated film, animated movie, animation, brad bird, brian dennehy, disney, forgotten characters, ian holm, janeane garofalo, minor characters, patton oswalt, peter o'toole, pixar, ratatouille, walt disney
Pixar’s 8th feature film is one hailed by many as a perfect film, not just one of their favorite animated films, but a film that deserved a Best Picture nomination at the Academy Awards. I personally don’t love this film all that much, but I definitely do like it. Which film is that? Ratatouille, of course!
January 26, 2015
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So,that secret project from Lucasfilm that nobody knew about until like a month ago, Strange Magic, to nobody’s surprise, flopped at the weekend box office. The film opened up in 7th place grossing a mere $5.5 million, the WORST opening for an animated film that was shown in over 3000 locations! It’s a good thing Disney decided to release this through their Touchstone Pictures division.
Have you seen it? What did you think? If you haven’t seen it, will you?