The nostalgia factor on this one is high. I, like many other children, grew up on Winnie the Pooh. I watched the full-length movies, the cartoons, and I’m pretty sure I had a stuffed Pooh […]
Like much of the Pixar canon, Coco is a universal film that reaches the hearts of both children and adults alike.
Your Name is really fun to watch, and takes more risks than I would have expected it to. I may not be blown away, but I am still very impressed.
Everything is… not so awesome this time around, I’m afraid.
Undoubtedly the best animated film of 2016 in the way it combines superlative stop-motion with an engaging, thoughtful story.
Tower documents the 96 minutes of utter hell that was unleashed on the University of Texas at Austin on August 1st, 1966.
I think 2016 was a good year for animated films, but if I had to pick just one to take with me to a desert island (sorry for the cliché), then I think Moana would be my choice.
I agree with everyone who says this is a gorgeously animated film. The movement of the train, the blowing snow, the gloriously detailed sky—exquisite work.