Hey guys. I have just returned from yet another awesome trip from Florida for a wedding, Universal Studios and, you guessed it-Disney World! I stayed in the Finding Nemo section of Art of Animation and two of my souvenirs were sketches of Robin Hood and The Rescuers. And speaking of The Rescuers, there is something that often occurred in my head. Whenever you guys have ridden a thrill ride, do you dread a drop like Bernard has when riding Albatross Airlines? I know I have in the past when I was forced to ride Thunder Mountain (and recently that Hagrid motorbike ride which BTW was not worth it). Even in the first film, Bianca said riding Albatross Airlines was just like being on a roller coaster. So imagine of Bianca and Bernard went to Dis…Read more >
Hi guys. Ratigan6688 (that’s me) is back, so are the emotions of Inside Out. I recommended Riley Anderson that she watch Beauty and the Beast, and she personally loved it! But what about the emotions inside her head? What were there thoughts? Let’s find out. After all, this tale as old as time has so emotionally beloved, it was nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars- Ugghhh!
Huh? What? Who just said that?
I did! Disgust!
Disgust, your part of this blog hasn’t come up yet! What’s the problem?
Look! The fact that this film was nominated for Best Picture has been talked about SO many times! I’m sick of it!
Well, er, maybe it kinda sorta has-but you need to be respectful to the Beauty and the Beast fan base. Let them enjoy their beloved classic! B…
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Hey guys. I have observed a lot of Disney moments in the past, a lot of which often remind me of other moments in Disney movies. Here are a few that I have noticed, or at least look like homages to me. Like....
Someone in a cartoon short touching a sharp tip
Someone Hanging for dear life on a cliff and falling back
On a similar note, I haven’t been able to get exact homage-like images for this one, but these two unfortunate death scenes looked pretty similar to me.
But hey, I’ll end it on a lighter homage-ish, picture.
I wasn’t sure if these are considered re-used animation or homages, so I thought I’d post them here in this blog. Do you think these look like homages?Read more >
Hey guys. Frozen 2 has finally settled in my head long enough for a new blog. Now, if you are familiar with my opinions on these Disney films, I have ranked Wreck-It-Ralph and Frozen as my top 2 favorite films of the Disney Revival-or as I like to call it the "Compromising Era". I love both films in their own different ways; Wreck-It-Ralph for being a modern arcade game with an emotional "Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover" themed message and Frozen for being a fairy tale that blends classic Disney with new computer animated cliches. So naturally, I refused to choose between just one film or the other. The sequels on the other hand tell a different story....both figuratively and literally. One was a disappointment and the other was a fair imp…Read more >
Hey guys. As you know, Frozen 2 has hit theaters this Thanksgiving. I have been anticipating it like most of you, but not too much otherwise I would have gotten too disappointed like what happened with films like The Good Dinosaur, Incredibles 2, and last year's Ralph Breaks The Internet. So only 2 questions popped up in my head as I was anticipating this film. Would this be one of those sequels that are just as good or even better than the first? Would it take a disappointing step backwards like Ralph Breaks The Internet? I saw this film yesterday with prepaid tickets with my friends. And for now at least my answer is...um, somewhere in the middle. I'll explain more during the review itself. (WARNING: This review contains a few spoilers! …Read more >