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The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid, released in 1989 and directed by Ron Clements and John Musker is the film that kickstarts the Disney Renaissance, a golden period for Disney where all their films were quite simply, amazing. 318 more words



Anastasia was released in 1997 and directed by Don Bluth (again, he has made some pretty good films) and Gary Goldman (who actually working on An American Tail and The Land Before Time with Bluth). 332 more words


The Land Before Time

The Land Before Time was release in 1988 and once again was directed by Don Bluth. This film however does not follow mice on their journey to America but instead Dinosaurs in an effort to reach ‘The Great Valley’, a safe haven for all dinosaurs during a drought. 274 more words


An American Tail

An American Tail was released in 1986 and directed by Don Bluth follows the journey of a family of mice moving from Russia to America. Along the way the youngest son of the family, Fievel, gets lost at sea and he must track down his family in New York City. 253 more words


Animated Films That Won Live-Action Movie Awards

Since the early 2000s,  more and more film award shows and committees have been introducing awards for animated films. The Oscars now have the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, an award which was later replicated by the Golden Globes, the BAFTAs and the Japan Academy Prize (Japanese Academy Awards). 1,217 more words

Animated Films

The End Of Evangelion

The End Of Evangelion. I seriously debated with myself over whether I was willing to even attempt to talk about this film. I even considered just doing ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion 1.11 You Are (Not) Alone’ because as a retread of the first six episodes of the series it’s so much simpler to talk about. 507 more words


Why Is Rihanna’s Adorable Character Missing From The ‘Home’ Advertisements?

Hey DreamWorks, we got a little question for ya…why isn’t Rihanna, or actually her character Tip, featured in the posters for the film Home… 372 more words