Acclaimed animator who created Roger Rabbit dies aged 86
Richard Williams, who worked on hit films such as The Pink Panther, won three Oscars and three Baftas
"I must admit that when Pocahontas was first released, I was very disappointed in the film for a variety of reasons but primarily because of some story related elements. I don’t think I have ever run into a Disney fan who claims it is his favorite Disney animated feature or even in the top five even though just about every Disney animated feature is someone’s sentimental favorite. "
The entire Shrek movie but it's a gif
The First Fleischer Superman
A great, in-depth article from Larry Larson on some the finest animated shorts ever committed to celluloid.
And if you're looking for short films, then you're spoiled for choice. Here's a playlist of some of the best.
The Troubled Birth of Roger Rabbit
This a great insight into the background of how the film managed to get off the ground.
I rarely go for the psychological thrillers but can 100% recommend 'Perfect Blue' by Satoshi Kon.
Shout! Factory were nice and sent a review copy of the upcoming DVD and Blu-Ray and I'm very glad they did.
If like me, you have not seen it, then check it out because it is a must-have for any animation fan's collection.
Just finished watching 'Liz and the Blue Bird' and its a great film.
Visually it's amazing and a sure sign that digital tools can make traditional animation really shine. Musically, you will need your ears tuned since its forms a major element of the plot.
Yet it's the story and the characters that stand out. This is not your average film, and takes its time exploring the incredibly complex entity that is a personal relationship between friends.
‘The Lego Movie 2’ Is an Entertaining and Worthy Sequel
The Trippy Columbia Logo Art in “Spider-Man Into The Spiderverse”
I'm on the fence about this post on Cartoon Brew. On the one hand I agree with the points, but no the arguments that support them.
Industry observer for The Animation Anomaly
Producer of Space Base 8 and in-production Mount Lowe.
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