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David A

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« Reply #120 on: 10-17-2003 22:49 »

 
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Originally posted by starone:
   
Also I think The Black Calduron is ignored too much. That movie was great!

Best animated Disney film ever.   cool
Nurdbot

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« Reply #121 on: 10-18-2003 02:30 »

 
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Originally posted by TheLastGreatDon:
 Agreed......Dinosaur blew ass.... only decent animated movie ever, besides 1979's Fritz The Cat, and the Felix the cat movie. (meaning a cartoon pic... not cg like shrek which kicked ass) is possibly Mulan because it was very japenese which kind of hit a serious cord and kicked ass even with that lantern sliding crap.

I've always wanted to meet an uncultured idiot.

Also, Bettyboop has cheap animation, being mainly made in the 1920's and all.

canned eggs

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« Reply #122 on: 10-18-2003 02:41 »

I don't like Ralph Bakshi.  So his movies all rank pretty low with me.  Even though you'd think I'd like Heavy Metal.  Meh.
ZombieJesus

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« Reply #123 on: 10-19-2003 07:58 »

I hate that Disney movie with the sword in the stone, also that Robin Hood one with the fox, Snow white, and Bambi.
M Jackson
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« Reply #124 on: 10-19-2003 10:54 »

Lot's of people seem to hate Dinosaur, making it out to be a piece of total shite! This is being a bit cruel. Sure it's not great. The story is....well there isn't one, and the characters aren't too likeable. But Kids will probably enjoy it. But the reason I remember it is the truely stunning CGI. If this movie works only as a showcase for outstanding special FX it's worth watching. I urge anybody interested in special FX (i'm a special FX and animation student) to see Dinosaur. It's not worth buying, but find a friend with young children who's got a copy. I borrowed the special edition DVD the features are excellent.
I also think that the opening sequence is one of the best in cinema history. OK so the rest of the film falls flat with a poor structure and weak plot, but like I said, just look at the effects!

X Ray

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« Reply #125 on: 10-19-2003 21:23 »

the affects in dinosaur i admit are cool, but just like you said mjacson, there is barely no plot and the characters suck. that's why this soul hates dinosaur.
starone

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« Reply #126 on: 10-21-2003 23:56 »

Fantasia 2000 SUCKED! The first Fantasia was better.
boingo2000

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« Reply #127 on: 10-22-2003 14:37 »

 
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Originally posted by canned eggs:
I don't like Ralph Bakshi.  So his movies all rank pretty low with me.  Even though you'd think I'd like Heavy Metal.  Meh.

Heavy Metal isn't Bakshi.  It's some guy named Gerald Potterton.

However, that does not discredit your point that it's not great.
Evil Fox Exec

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« Reply #128 on: 10-22-2003 20:06 »

Such a shame that Dinosaur had a weak plot and characters.  All that good animation gone to waste.  However, this helps show why Pixar rocks.  Pixar doesn't rock just because of their kickass computer animation technology.  It's the stories and the characters that are wonderful.  Dinosaur has proved this to be true.

Also, I hate the original Fantasia, and I haven't seen Fantasia 2000.  I just find it to be really boring. 
Ky12wng

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« Reply #129 on: 10-23-2003 20:16 »

both of my bros find Fantasia to be interesting. Me, on the other hand, think it just plain sucked.
X Ray

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« Reply #130 on: 10-23-2003 20:26 »
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Pixar does suck. They are shooting out weaker and poorer scripts every time they make a movie. (I HATE SPELLING)
boingo2000

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« Reply #131 on: 10-25-2003 08:12 »

 
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Originally posted by Evil Fox Exec:
Also, I hate the original Fantasia, and I haven't seen Fantasia 2000.  I just find it to be really boring. 

I'll half-agree with you.  I like bits of the original Fantasia, and I like bis of Fantasia 2000, but there are segments in both I could do without.  Given the chance, I'd edit the bits I like into one uber-Fantasia (but what are the odds I'll get the chance?).  Original Fantasia especially, I appreciate it more for the technique and historic importance then from any actual enjoyment of the film.
Evil Fox Exec

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« Reply #132 on: 10-25-2003 15:30 »

See, I could care less about the technique.  I need to have a story and something to keep my attention, and not just look at a bunch of pretty pictures.
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