Dreamworks Animation Club
New Post
Explore Fanpop
posted by onepiecefan59
5.Joseph, King of Dreams(never saw it)
4.Sinbad, Legend of the Seven Seas(it was okay I guess, but the 3D was terrible)
3.Spirit(I remember liking this movie, but I hardly remember it)
2.The Road to El Dorado(I know this probably isn't the best movie that dreamworks made but I've watched it since I was 4 or something and its so funny, if you expect to feel emotion during this movie, I wont get your hopes up its more of an adventure comedy like movie)
1.Prince of Eygpt(I just watched this film very recentley and it was really good, sometimes during this movie i want to bawl my eyes out and others times and get chills. The animation is also good especially in the scene about god and the thing with the nile.)
Good Is Not the Enemy of Perfect: In Defense of Dreamworks Animation

Posted June 20th, 2012 by Scott Mendelson Rewritten By PeterMWou

As the initial reviews for Disney/Pixar's Brave roll in (again, I'm waiting till opening day to take the kid), it's clear that the film is both pretty solid and somewhat disappointing considering the uber-high standards that Pixar has set for itself. I personally think it's almost dangerous to go into a Pixar film expecting each one to be as good as Up, but I digress. One of the running themes of said reviews is that the film is merely 'Dreamworks good'. If you...
continue reading...

Hi. I am elsafan1010. We all know the horror game FNAF (Five Nights At Freddy's Security Breach), right? The main villain was Freddy. He'll be Shrek instead, and the other scary robots are his family. Imagine our character. This character will be you! You're afraid.. Stop reading.. Because.. I.. I started to tremble.. The interesting part of the story is that you will make some decisions. You will change the story. The decisions you make will lead you to an end. If it's a bad ending, start over. If it's a good ending, you've won. Here we...
continue reading...
posted by deedragongirl
Deliver Us
Deliver Us
I was very fortunate to see this film and here is my wonderful review on this biblical event film.

The Story

Unlike previous adaptation of The Ten Commandment, the Prince of Egypt has more inspirational song and they are absolutely touching too, it teaches about sibling and being magnanimous.
It is also very sad that Rameses has turned against Moses after the latter petition the former to let the Jewish go, it was like they became sworn enemies at that point. It is consider one of my least favourite scene from the entire film.
The final scene was a very poignant and powerful, especially when...
continue reading...