Klaus was the perfect film to watch for the holidays but I have a feeling that this will become my picker upper any time of the year. Its just sparks a feel good feeling that was a result of all the elements fof the film coming together — the great story, the beautiful artwork, the seamless animation and great direction from Sergio Pablos. It was just great. Kudos to everyone involved.
In this edition of See it or Skip it, I check out the trailers of Pinoy comedy films, horror sequels, animated gems, rom coms and thrillers which will open this week. Get you popcorns ready […]
All in all, The Lion King Live Action was a pretty strong movie in its own right barring comparison from the animated original. It deserves credit for that. However, the real magic of the of the film lies with sharing this experience with your young ones and bonding over your common love for this classic story’s enduring message of love, family, friendship and destiny
I would have to say kudos to Netflix for funding this type of project to give chances for short film writers and directors to get their work out there for wide distribution. Creators Joshua Donen, David Fincher, Jennifer Miller, and Tim Miller did an excellent job running the show. Its exciting to watch these amazing ideas come to life, especially ones that push the envelope and mainstream boundaries. To say that I’m impressed would be an understatement.
All in all, I was well and truly impressed by how Coco managed to celebrate Mexican culture and tradition with the wonderful details of the animation. The film really came to life in a unique and different way. The OST was also one of the best that Disney Pixel had to offer and really stepped up the emotional level of the movie. In my opinion, the purity of the voice acting also played a major factor in the film’s success.The film also had a very moving message — that while families won’t always understand one another, love will overcome every obstacle. Congratulations to director John Lasseter for pulling another memorable film.
After sorting through my blogs (yes, I have tried to blog before, not quite successfully), I managed to unearth one in 2009 about one of my favorite animated movies ever Disney-Pixar’s UP. Disney-Pixar scored yet […]
I don’t know, but for some reason, How to Train Your Dragon really didn’t click with me, so when I found out they were doing a sequel, I was like: “Why?” But then, I decided […]
After Flint Lockwood and his friends save Swallow Falls from the flood of giant food produced by his invention, the Flint Lockwood Diatonic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator or FLDSMDFR, his childhood idol, scientist and […]
Turbo is yet underdog animated flick, this time about a snail named Theo (Ryan Reynolds) who dreams of competing in the Indy 500, the world’s most prestigious and most competitive racing event. Problem is a) […]
Following the success of the first Despicable Me movie by Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment in 2010, Steve Carell returns to the big screen as the voice of Gru, now a reformed villain and and […]