Alfonso Soriano homers in style.
Will never understand why the Cubs traded him.
justplaindan asked: Nice to see DWA get some love. So if you don't mind me asking, what's your favorite film from that studio?
Absolute favorite? That’s a tough decision. Rise of the Guardians is probably up there, along with HTTYD and Kung Fu Panda. They really helped DWA get out of their pop culture heavy phase. I also always liked the Madagascar films because of their looks and design. They made the idea of cartoony CG popular, which I have to give a lot of thanks for. Monsters vs Aliens gets an honorable mention for both Susan and the 50’s monster movie themes.
urvy1a asked: Is it fair to compare the Dreamworks of today to the Dreamworks of 10 years ago with the overusage of Pop Culture jokes that labeled them the Family Guy/Robot Chicken of CGI film?
Absolutely not. Comparing Robot Chicken to the toxic spill known as Family Guy is bad enough, but DreamWorks has come a long way since their early CG days. They still have their signature irreverence, but they’ve cut down on pop culture jokes quite a bit. Just look at Kung Fu Panda, Dragons, Croods, and Guardians, then compare them to Shrek, Shark Tale, Over the Hedge, and Bee Movie. HUGE difference. Sure, there are still some pop culture joke in a few movies every now and then, like Turbo, Mr. Peabody and Sherman, or sequels to Shrek and Madagascar, but even those movies make those jokes work much better than those older films.
DreamWorks Animation Studios has announced the addition of a black female heroine (gasp!) to its repertoire of white dogs, green ogres, snails, Neanderthals, pandas, white people and Antz. In doing so, it joins an elite club consisting of … well, nobody.
Not one major Hollywood studio has released a computer animated feature starring a black character.
I’m more surprised that they’re making a movie out of that short. Did they like it that much?
It was actually based on the book The True Meaning Of Smekday.
Nope, it’s a real thing.
We always talk about the Bee Movie, and Shrek, but why the hell don’t we talk about the animated film ‘Food Fight’.
This thing had a $75,000,000 budget (That’s 3x more then Spirited Away).
The concept was created in 1999. It was commissioned in 2002 (scheduled to come out 2003) and it came out in 2012.
This thing took 10 years to make!
THIS IS A FEATURE LENGTH MOVIE! IT HAS A 90 MINUTE RUN TIME
It features the voice talents of
Charlie Sheen, Hilary Duff and Christopher Lloyd.
"This is the most complex digitally animated film ever undertaken, with thousands of different characters and hundreds of sets. After auditioning dozens of workstations we’ve found the perfect technology"
Says George Johnsen
I study animation in university.
I give up on life.
PLEASE TELL ME IT’S A JOKE
Well done society.
I swear if this gets any more notes then I fear for the next generation.
like how much more obvious does this need to be made for people to get it?
this isnt even an exaggeration
like at all
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