Looks like someone got together some Korean animators from the 80s and some correspondence school 3D graphics students from the early 90s and put them into a room with no food or water for 3 weeks and this is the result. One star for this still being better than the live action D&D movie.
I don't know if you quite understand the purpose of this website, tenten.
-1 star because it doesn't look as gloriously awful as the live action movie.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Why does Toonz use a flying poop as their mascot? I know there is an obvious joke to make about that, but I want to know if there is a serious answer.
It even had little flies buzzing around it.
The D&D cartoon from the 80's looked like it had more fluidity to it. What's the budget, Ramen and d20's?
|Dr Dim |
Screw you guys, wings are hard, OK?
The book was confusing and unreadable. This looks confusing and, at the very least, bad for your eyes.
IMDB says it's a direct-to-video movie:
Alitheia is so psyched for this.
The flaw is not in the animation. The flaw is the concept of Dragonlance itself
Damn it, I was just now getting over Sturm's death!
Thanks for opening old wounds, Paramount!
|Goofy Gorilla |
Looks like the appropriate treatment for the material.
I had to google Michael Rosenbaum, no wonder Lucy Lawless gets top billing.
He's Lex Luthor from Smallville. A show that's still running, so he must loooooove Dargonlance to do this.
I admit it... I grew up on Dragonlance and it still holds a special place in the dark corners of my nerd soul.
This, however, looks awful. WHY do people combine CG and traditional animation? Did they send a time machine out to snag a few dozen early 90's animators?
Bah, at least there's no Wayans involved.
I'd have been all OVER this when I was in sixth grade. Sixth grade me had really low standards. I hate that kid.
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