TV Posts Tagged as 'Animate'
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Love, Death & Robots (2019)
It doesn't allow you much prep time. It dives right into the action (with mixed results) but the eye is warped to the land of innovative technical wizardry and it magnetizes. 26-Mar-2019
Sometimes we need to take a trip to the land of fantastic in order for reality to sink in. The balls are unbreakable. 19-Dec-2018
A Christmas gift that explodes. 16-Dec-2018
It's high on a drug that doesn't exist. Nothing/everything makes sense. I stick with it because I want to see the child saved and because messy daddy keeps it angry and moving riotously. 27-Nov-2018
Frosty The Snowman (1969)
He was the adult our parents didn't want to be. 11-Dec-2018
The zippiest of the Christmas jingles and it fits the most story in its 25 minutes. 12-Dec-2017
Star Wars Rebels (2014 -2018)
It respected the original material, voiced it beautifully and the mythology added a punch to the Star Wars Universe. The geek points sum up "the force" where the films could only preach it. 08-Mar-2018
It delivers on the promise of throwback and mythology aside. You'll still believe. 18-Nov-2015
I can respect the progress by shifting the roles of the sexes but I can't follow the story because I'm too aware its a cartoon. Its strictly for the kiddies.
I duh’d myself. 21-Feb-2018
Mariah Carey: All I Want For Christmas Is You (2017)
I never pictured Mariah singing about a dog and the virtue in which its presented wafts of ridiculousness but the art is pretty damn cute. 26-Dec-2017
Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer (1964)
This one was specifically made for us unwanted misfit toys. 10-Dec-2017
A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)
The message millions of Americans will deliver but none will process.
I'm not a magic splatterer but when art transcends it, you'll believe whatever you have to believe to see peace. 01-Dec-2017
SNL: David S. Pumpkins Animated Halloween Special (2017)
If you can make us lose patience with a Tom Hanks character, you are doing it wrong.
You can't diffuse the voices of actors we like to hear, it mutes the point.
It's bad even by a 70's standard. 31-Oct-2017
Michael Jackson's Halloween (2017)
The only reason for this exploitation is to celebrate the man's legacy of talent and help us forget the tortured soul who lived by controversy. It fails.
As much as we would like to, his reputation pronounced him short of a hero. 31-Oct-2017
It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966)
Snoopy's "Red Baron" has always seemed like an interruption to me and my feelings will never change. It's an adult's personal reference in a show devoid of any.
What still kicks in is a child's inscrutable magical belief system, when life is not offering any, that keeps him plugged in. Well served. 23-Oct-2017
Marvel: Spider-Man (2017-)
I believe I have seen almost every iteration of Spiderman animate now. This reboot has calmed the bombast, bringing it heart, cool throwback art and youthful strife. I dig. 20-Oct-2017
DC Superhero Girls: Hero of the Year (2016)
This is where DC usually supersedes Marvel, in the animate dept. It seems even this division needs to add refresh to their reboot. The only part that remains from the running title is the girl part. No super, no familiarity to the iconic counterpart and the heart of which anyone can stomp on. 21-Feb-2017
Simpsons, The (1989-)
Bright, endearing and colorful sabotaged by no end. 15-Feb-2017
It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown (1992)
Still cute and still inspirits a more innocent generation but the impression is that these talkative tykes already said everything they were going to say on this subject. 28-Dec-2016