Post Tagged with: "animation"

UK Classic Animation May End U.S. CGI

July 14, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
UK Classic Animation May End U.S. CGI

Buzz about “Song of the Sea”, a new hand drawn animated film resonant of the heyday of Disney, may signal a death blow to CGI produced animated movies in the U.S. The film is being heralded as a cinematic masterpiece. The studio is Irish owned and again distinguishes European moviemaking […]

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Major Stores Reveal Frozen Toy Shortages

February 16, 2015 5:39 pm0 comments
Major Stores Reveal Frozen Toy Shortages

A Disney representative verified over the summertime that they were prepared to fulfill the demand for Frozen toys this Christmas, though current reports say that popular toys like the Snow Glow Elsa doll, and the Frozen Cool Tunes Sing Along Boombox could be hard to find in some US shops. […]

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FILM REVIEW: Monsters University

July 28, 2013 1:06 pm0 comments
FILM REVIEW: Monsters University

Back in 2001, Pixar worked their magic on Monsters Inc. and delivered a cute, thought-provoking, hilarious film which has since remained one of the most beloved family films ever. Following its success and worldwide fame, a sequel had been rumored. However, Pixar go down a different route and instead produced […]

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FILM REVIEW: Despicable Me 2

July 23, 2013 7:31 pm0 comments
FILM REVIEW: Despicable Me 2

If there is any genre that either succeeds or fails with sequels, it is animation. While the majority deliver, usually at an even higher level of visual effects, many lack the emotional warmth with imagination and meaning from their predecessors. In 2010, Illumination Entertainment made their feature animation debut with […]

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Epic the Movie Review

May 29, 2013 1:23 pm0 comments
Epic the Movie Review

Amanda Seyfried and Josh Hutcherson star in Blue Sky’s new animated movie Epic, telling the story of a teenage girl who discovers a magical, miniature world on her doorstep. M. K. (Seyfried) goes to live with her eccentric father after the death of her mother. When the father-daughter relationship is at […]

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The Croods Reviewed.

March 30, 2013 6:00 pm0 comments
The Croods Reviewed.

I may have a slight bias simply because, despite my twenty-six years of age, I still adore cartoons and animated movies.  When I heard Finding Nemo was coming out again in 3D at the cinema, I squealed with delight.  But…The Croods! What a delightful film! Though I struggled NOT to see […]

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Worst Episode Ever: Is it time the Simpsons left our screens?

February 18, 2013 1:25 pm0 comments
Worst Episode Ever: Is it time the Simpsons left our screens?

The Simpsons: One of our greatest every sitcoms: “Kids, you tried your best and you’ve failed miserably. The lesson is never try!” – Homer Simpson Above is possibly one of my favourite quotes in television comedy history. Goodness knows how many times I have sat in the pub or a restaurant and had […]

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