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 30, 2015
Pixar-Forgotten/Minor Characters 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 10 Comments
January 26, 2015
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?
January 26, 2015
My review of Secretariat is up and can be found here.
January 23, 2015
My friend, smilingldsgirl, started a thing called A Personal Film Festival wherein she did her own “film festival” and listed her favorite movie of every year that she’s been alive. I liked the idea so much that I decided to do it too and make it into a tag. So, after showing my picks, I’m gonna tag 3 of you and you all havta do this tag too! Basically, just go through each year of your existence and list your favorite film. If you want, you can list Honorable Mentions as well.
Sounds fun? Great! So, here are the results of my Personal Film Festival:
January 20, 2015
January 18, 2015
My Thoughts billy crystal, blythe danner, christian bale, disney, emily mortimer, hayao miyazaki, howl's moving castle, jean simmons, josh hutcherson, lauren bacall, miyazaki, studio ghibli, walt disney 29 Comments
I was a guy who up until late 2013/early 2014 never watched anything that had to do with anime. It just never interested me and I couldn’t stand the way anime characters move (I’m weird)! Thankfully, I decided to relent and watch a film from this Studio Ghibli which was apparently the Walt Disney of Japan. And I’m glad I made that decision!
If I didn’t, I wouldn’t have been introduced to the great storytelling, colorful animation, and just inventive premises and characters that Studio Ghibli films have to offer. And the film of today’s review provides all of the above! Let’s talk about Howl’s Moving Castle.
January 15, 2015