This low price must have something to do with Monsters University hitting US cinemas today. That or a typo.
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Young man tries to scar his mother, deeply.
Dreamworks gave Disney/Pixar a pretty solid drubbing at last night’s Annie Awards, the “toon Oscars” that have, for 38 years, recognised the brightest and best in animation. This is actually not an isolated incident (Kung Fu Panda beat Wall-E quite roundly a couple of years back), and neither is it without reason. Disney last year announced […]
Disney/Pixar are very aggressively campaigning for Toy Story 3 this awards season. The dream is to get the film a Best Picture win. I have to say I’d be happy with that – it’s not the best picture of the year, but I doubt the Academy is about to recognise a better one. Nonetheless, there’s […]
I have great respect and admiration for a well-written screenplay, and I’ve read a good number of them in my time – and you can add to that a whole heap of mediocre ones and several landfill sites worth of dreadful ones. I’ve been fascinated by how true, or not, a film might be to […]
There’s a long history of animators using live action reference footage, and anybody who has ever drilled their way through a Disney DVD’s special features will have seen the admission of this. Here’s a nice, specific example that shows how Pixar can bypass the need for having a choreographer on the payroll when putting together […]
The next Pixar feature is to be Cars 2, and that’s going to play with a short Toy Story film, not an original little left-field treat as we’ve come to expect from For the Birds, One Man Band, Lifted and all. I’m especially disappointed as Day & Night, the short that plays before Toy Story […]
I finally saw Toy Story 3 today. It’s out in the UK from next Monday and… well, it comes highly recommended. Review to follow. During the press events for the film earlier this year, Dave Sztypuljak of Hey U Guys took part in a roundtable chat with the film’s stereoscopic imaging supervisor, Bob Whitehill. As […]