Actor Martin Landau Dies At 89!

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The actor, Martin Landau, has died today at the age of 89. Mr. Landau (1928-2017) was known for his appearances in the TV series, Mission: Impossible, as well as in the films, North by Northwest, Cleopatra, The Greatest Story Ever Told, Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Crimes and Misdemeanors, and Ed Wood.

The actor also lent his voice to the characters of 2 in the animated film, 9,

as well as to Mr. Rzykruski in the 2012 Disney/Tim Burton film, Frankenweenie.

He shall be missed!

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My Thoughts: FRANKENWEENIE (2012)

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Tim Burton movies are always…well, most of the time…enjoyable!

"They call me Tim Most-Of-The-Time-Enjoyable Burton!"

“They call me Tim Most-Of-The-Time-Enjoyable Burton!”

And this is no exception! It’s a wonderfully made stop-motion animated remake of an earlier short of the same name directed by Tim Burton.

I had completely forgotten that it was a live-action short!

I had completely forgotten that it was a live-action short!

The film received positive reviews, critical praise, and was even nominated for the “Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film”! And now, I have something very controversial to say! More

85th Academy Award Nominations for “Best Animated Feature”

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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

Disney Canon-Forgotten/Minor Characters #11: Mr. Winky

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Yes! We’re finally at Disney’s last package film and probably my personal favorite amongst them! Applause, people, applause!

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Released in 1949, we have Disney’s 11th feature, “The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad”! The film is similar to “Fun and Fancy Free”┬áin the fact that it only consists of 2 segments: “The Wind and the Willows” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”. More