February 16, 2017
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It’s that time of year again: Oscars season! Like usual, I’ll be making my predictions for which 2016 films I think will win which award. The ones that I think SHOULD win will be colored RED and the ones that I think WILL win will be colored BLUE. If they happen to be the same, then I’ll color them BOTH COLORS! Like usual, I’ll leave the top 6 awards (Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Animated Feature) for the end.
Last year, I had my best prediction score: 17 correct out of 24 categories! Can I beat that this year? Let’s see!
October 12, 2013
animated film, animated movie, animation, catherine keener, chris sanders, clark duke, cloris leachman, dreamworks animation, emma stone, film review, kirk demicco, movie review, nicolas cage, randy thom, ryan reynolds, the croods
I really wasn’t looking forward to any of Dreamworks Animation’s films that were coming out this year. “The Croods” seemed stupid and boring. “Turbo” seemed stupid and boring. And “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” (which was pushed back to a 2014 release) seemed…well….I had no interest in it, since I wasn’t familiar with the original show that it was based on. So all in all, I wasn’t looking forward to watching any of these.
But when you’re “The Animation Commendation”, it’s a sin not to watch these movies and even more a sin not to review them. With that said, I ended up watching “The Croods” when it came out on DVD. What’d I think? It was boring and I didn’t like it.
“Oh, that’s it? Right, we can go now!”
Ok, I’ll be more detailed about it. More
March 24, 2013
animated film, animated movie, animation, box office, cloris leachman, dreamworks animation, emma stone, nicolas cage, ryan reynolds, the croods
Dreamworks Animation’s first animated film of the year seems to be a hit with audiences after opening with a weekend gross of $44 million! Have you seen this movie? What did you think about it? Do you want to see this movie? Let me know in the comments!
I, for one, was not excited about this animated film, nor am I excited about Dreamworks Animation’s next animated film that’s planned for release this year!
A stupid premise with a stupid tagline, in my opinion!
But everybody’s saying to give this movie a chance! I’ll most likely watch this when it comes out on DVD!
January 10, 2013
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So yes folks, the Oscars nominations have been released and the five animated films nominated for “Best Animated Feature” are: More