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AudreyFreak said …
I got to see The Book of Life a few days ago. It was all right. not as good as it looked, considering Guillermo del Toro is a producer and he's one of my two favorite directors. I admit, I mostly saw it for La Muerte. who Maria ends up with is very cliche and predictable. I am glad they didn't make Joaquin a stereotypical jock jerk, though. he was rather arrogant but he was a good guy at heart. Maria I didn't care for, just as I predicted. she loves animals, but she's another... (continued) Posted 5 days ago
AudreyFreak commented…
anachronistic heroine who is weirdly ahead of her time and reminds me of Belle in a bad way (especially with the Mexican "bimbettes" who are presented as dumb for thinking Maria reading for fun is weird and loving Joaquin) and how she acts like a second wave feminist in 19th century Mexico. I wish she was less stereotypical.her pig is adorable though. Xibalba was all right too. I mostly just liked that Ron Perlman played him though ;) 5 days ago
uploaded900 commented…
I watched The Book of Life and I thought it was beautiful! Whos Xibalba though? I forgot :P 5 days ago
ZeldaFanForever commented…
I´m sorry, but judging "a book by it´s cover" will get you nowhere, ever. Some of the movies i never watched because i didn´t like the style , have turned into my fav. movies. Having such a point of view in life is extremely shitty. How about getting to know something before judging it? 2 days ago
Tygers_Eye said …
Sometimes I find myself thinking, "Maybe I'm being too hard on CGI animation. After all, 2D is fading out and 3D is the future whether I like it or not. It's also getting much prettier from when I was little. Maybe I should start appreciating it more...?" Then I watched Tumbelina's Let Me Be Your Wings, and Don Bluth's stunning hand-drawn animation made me go, "Nope. Don't care. Hand-drawn animation is far superior and I don't care what anyone says." *sigh* Posted 8 days ago
KataraLover commented…
AMEN! I don't think we should get rid of 3D completely because in some films: like Wreck-It Ralph, the Shrek films, Rise of The Guardians and the Pixar films. But not all films that are computer animated should have been that. It all depends on the story, the style, and character designs. Tangled and Frozen are basically 2D films in 3D film's clothing. The designs, stories, and styles are 2D films to a T. Hand drawn animation is a dying art that needs to be saved. The problem is, like Doug Walker said, is that people are prejudice against 2D animation because they think 3D is more adult and will have more adult jokes. It's really sad and disappointing. 8 days ago
Tygers_Eye commented…
I strongly agree. Everything you said. Spot on. Believe it or not, despite my constant whining, I don't mind the existence of 3D. Back in the 1990's, I didn't care for it, but I didn't dislike it either. There were 2D films around, so I went to see them and shrugged when people mentioned 3D films. When 3D overshadowed and replaced 2D, that's when I got angry. That's when I started to dislike 3D, and have only disliked it more as time has gone on and more 2D films have been reskinned as 3D (like Frozen and Moana). 8 days ago
cruella commented…
I completely agree! I've always thought 2D was a lot pretty than 3D. But like you guys said I think some movies, depending on the style, do better with 3D. So I don't see a reason to get rid of either type of animation. 5 days ago
Tygers_Eye said …
I'm not going to lie, I've been thinking about The Dark Chrystal lately and have been wanting to discuss Kira (the Eve to main hero Jen's Adam, as they're the last of their kind) because I really like her, but I'm not sure whether she "counts."

My child brain wants to call it animation since it's an all-puppet, all-artistically constructed world (like an all hand-drawn and/or CGI film), but it's filmed in real-time live-action, so I guess she doesn't count... Posted 23 days ago
cruella commented…
I know how you feel. I love the Muppets, Miss Piggy is one of my favorite heroines, so I wish I could talk about her here too. 22 days ago
Tygers_Eye commented…
Yeah, they're kind of in an awkward place. I don't know about you, but I feel I can't talk about them in live-action forums since they're not real-live people, but can't talk about them in animation forums since they're filmed in live-action. =/ 22 days ago
cruella commented…
Yeah, I agree. It's almost like they're a weird mix live-action and animation, that doesn't really fit anywhere. 21 days ago
KataraLover commented…
Hmmm...... That's a good question.... 20 days ago