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...
We never got to see these canceled DreamWorks projects. For this list, we’ll be looking at films that were in development at this animation studio, but ultimately never made it to the screen as intended.
In the new action comedy from DreamWorks Animation, based on the New York Times best-selling book series, a crackerjack criminal crew of animal outlaws are about to attempt their most challenging con yet—becoming model citizens