|Rodents of Unusual Size |
Somewhat informative, but annoying Yahtzee wannabe presentation.
"B-b-b-b-but one does video games and this one doesn't!" *snot bubble*
You realize this style predates Yahtzee by years, right?
How did I never notice the Kimba connection?
|Caminante Nocturno |
Hearing about misfortune falling upon the head of someone like Eisner makes me happy.
No amount of money is going to completely wash away the sting of having a group of people get together and, in a professional and official way, tell you that they hate you and that you're terrible at your job.
For .6 million a year I would go through that humiliation daily. The boards could even use tomatoes.
Less blank screen time would be nice. Better narration, too. Some pretty good info, but the twenty years from 1984-2004 are given less time than 2005 to date.
|Menudo con queso |
I don't quite get it: why does this mean we can't have nice things?
|Frank Rizzo |
funny, but why the title?
I don't know, I was just submitting it under the same name the creator used. I'd have just called it "Disney history 1984-2008" otherwise.
4 for Ted Turner's intro slide alone...not 5 due to all the blanks and pointless repeats..oh, and not much color.
I would give this five stars, but tired weeaboo Kimba reference = -2 star, lack of mention of successes after Lion King -1 star, and complete lack of mention of the fact that Disney has reopened it's 2D animation department (The Princess and the Frog, scheduled for next year, will be a 2D musical, and written/directed by the same two guys as The Little Mermaid and Aladdin) = -1 star.
I dunno about you, but I'm pumped for FOUR TINKERBELL MOVIES
also, you don't have to be a weeaboo to see the similarities between Kimba and Simba, seriously:
The Kimba/Lion King thing is obvious to anyone who knows what either are. If you want weeaboo bullshit of the highest order, try the whole Nadia/Atlantis thing.
|Dinkin Flicka |
Dreamworks Animation seriously sucks, and now I know why - retard from retard camp A moved over to retard camp B.
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