|fedex - 2014-12-08 |
featuring the voices of a bunch of duped 90s stars
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2014-12-08 |
I want to see the Plinkett review of this.
Just from the trailer..
Its seems as if the whole film is set in magical colour land, so what is the point of the whole set-up of little Billy going to bed in the real world?
It seems they have the ability to smoosh themselves against and leave some colour residue on uncoloured models of cars and stuff.. Does this actually accomplish anything!? That is not apparent. Where do those uncoloured things come from anyway?
The entire adventure takes 5 hours? Maybe this is artistically filmed in realtime!
I guess I'll have to watch it to discover the answers!
Why does a crayon color things? To give its existence meaning.
"Its seems as if the whole film is set in magical colour land, so what is the point of the whole set-up of little Billy going to bed in the real world?"
Because that's when they come alive. Fucking a, were you not paying attention???
Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
@Solro. So the crayons *must* colour or face an existential crisis? This *is* arty!
Every line made is one line closer to death. Holy shit.
I think they included that set-up so that children can better identify with the film. If it's just a magical color land that exists in it's own self-contained universe, then OK, that's nice and all, but who cares? However, if the film demonstrates that the crayons exist in both the real world AND the magical color world, then it will get children thinking, "hey, maybe MY crayons go on adventures in a magical color land, too!" This was one of the reasons why things like Toy Story, The Velveteen Rabbit, or even Narnia worked so well.
Leaving out the real world would also invalidate the five-hour time constraint placed upon the crayons, giving the action less of a sense of urgency, and drawing us even further out of the story.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Little Billy is actually watching all of this. He brought them to life, much like that little kid in the Twilight Zone. At the end he declares himself their god and tells them about the inevitability of existence as their color slowly fades along with their sentience.
I'll go with the urban myth doraemon method; little billy is actually mentally damaged.
|infinite zest - 2014-12-08 |
Wow. Magnolia must really be in the red. Poor, poor Mark Cuban. Do you know about Indoegogo Mark? If you're hungry, I can make you a sandwich honey.
They will never reattain those halcyon days of Hobo with a Shotgun
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2014-12-08 |
YOU MUST BELIEVE IN YOURSELF
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2014-12-08 |
Geez Chirstina Ricci, first Bucky Larson, now this?
The Rotten Tomatoes reviews for this film are pretty funny.
|BHWW - 2014-12-08 |
So it's like the "Foodfight" of crayons
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-12-08 |
Fear of a Black Crayon.
don't worry, it's not actually 'black'...notice the non-threatening blue Arian eyes!
|jreid - 2014-12-08 |
"Crayonimoooooooooooooo...HIT STOP. CLOSE BROWSER. DELETE COMPUTER. LIGHT HOUSE ON FIRE. STRIP NAKED AND JUMP INTO THE FLAME. FUCK THIS WORLD.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-12-09 |
Looks like shit. Colorful shit. Like you ate a whole box of fruity pebbles shit.
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