Hello how's it going anything new with you
Pretty sure I'm fucked with pain
Lamby I'm bored
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You ever read chapter 1 of souboutei kowasu beshi. So rare to find a ongoing horror manga
I liked chapter 138
What choujin are you
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I actually haven't seen Raya or Onward yet, the promotional material for them didn't really sell it for me. I agree with you on Soul tho, masterpiece. Phenomenal direction, storyboard, music, everything really. Shoutout to the scene where's he's talking with his mom about how he wants to live his life, that was perfection. The way it was edited, how it went from 22 talking to him talking..... wow.
A bug's Life is a lot of fun, been a bit since I've seen it tho so my memories a bit hazy on it. Inside Out and Coco on the other hand are fantastic. They hit like an emotional truck. TBF to Coco, while it was Twist Villain, it was handled quite well, much better than Pixar's other twist villain's.... and that ending freaking breaks me lol.
I get what you mean about the other feelings being sidelined in Inside Out, but I think that worked to it's favor honesty. It's both a positive and downside. On one hand, yeah, you don't see much of the other emotions which is a point lost, but on the other hand, it gave Joy and Sadness significantly more screen time by focusing on them, which greatly worked to the film's favor since their dynamic was so well done that I'm glad it focused on them.
I keep saying to myself I'll watch Toy Story 4, but I keep putting it off lol. I'll let you know when I watch it. The Incredibles 2 tho was a good film. Does it come close to the first one? No, but it had great action sequences, gorgeous animation, and had a good sense of humor. The thing is, a good film doesn't compare to how incredible (no pun intended) the first one was.
Favorite films from western animation studios you mean? Kung Fu Panda 1 and 2, How to Train your Dragon 1 and 2 immediately come to mind as all being great films. Does the renaissance era count as classic Disney? If so, Aladdin, Lion King and Tarzan are all great films as well.
Sorry in advance that this post is a bit all over the place lol.
Interestingly enough, Pixar themselves wasn't happy that Luca was free.
Staff was not happy that both Soul and Luca didn't come with the premium $29.99 fee that other films such as Mulan and Raya came with. It also had a pretty decent writing team. It was written by Mike Jones and Jesse Andrews.
While Andrew's work doesn't seem the best, Jone's resume is pretty good I'd say.
I'm not sure what my favorite Pixar film is honestly, probably the Incredibles or Ratatouille (though its been a while since I've seen Ratatouille). What's your favorite?
I also don't follow much "modern" western animation. I havn't seen Gravity Falls or Steven Universe, and I've only seen a few episodes of Adventure Time.