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Registered: ‎01-20-2009

Re: Favorite Animated Film?

I really like A Bug's Life and Toy Story----classic originals...go pixar!
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Re: Favorite Animated Film?

Hi!

 

I watched Wall-E three times last weekend. It just amazes me how giving human emotions and characteristics to a little robot, could make it so adorable. I must say I almost cried a few times during the film but I also laughed at the little humorous details like the Apple computer startup sound when he charged his power. Wall-E’s robot friend and “love interest” EVE, with her slick white design, reminded me of a Mac Book as well. This is a movie that almost anyone can enjoy and everyone should have in their movie library. Wall-E captivated me and for now it is my favorite animated movie.

 

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Re: Favorite Animated Film?

Lady and the Tramp for an old one and The Incredibles, Cars and Wall E for some of the newer ones. I also really liked Finding Nemo. My wife loved Nemo.

 

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Re: Favorite Animated Film?

I dont want to sound dirty or anything but Im surprised Disney chose the word "Tramp" for part of the name of its movie title. While the name in the films title does not suggest anything sexual, Tramp is usually an "Adult" term were as Disney is a "Family Friendly" Company

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(We wont go there with Mystery Alaska, which was distributed by disney despite the adult content and the R rating)

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Re: Favorite Animated Film?

Coraline anyone?  I saw it this week in 3D and highly recommend it.

 

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Re: Favorite Animated Film?

Could you elaborate on this 3D Technology? Is this the same technology now that they are integrating into newer DLP sets?
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Re: Favorite Animated Film?

Gotta love Toy Story and Hm... It's been a while.




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Re: Favorite Animated Film?

Well, hockeycanuckjc,  3D technology has progressed quite a bit over the years.  In the past, displaying a 3D movie required two projectors, each displaying what one eye should see.  Now, using technology that is in fact using DLP, the images come from the same projector.  This is done by alternating the left image and right image at a very fast rate.  Even better, the images are polarized circularly instead of horizontally, which means tilting your head sideways does not result in double vision like previous 3D movies may have done.

 

Stereoscopic vision is an amazing part of human anatomy.

 

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Re: Favorite Animated Film?

I must have to admit that I am a big Animated Film fan, but if I have to choose one that I can watch over and over again.

 

It would have to be Happy Feet! Something about the movie that wants me to get up and dance!

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Re: Favorite Animated Film?

I think Toy Story, Bugs Life and Ants are the best animated films ever.  The Pixar animation group are some of the most talented peeps in all of the land!  I don't care what it is they put out - I'm watching it.