Hey look! A traditionally animated film is #1 in the box office again… so much for the “hand-drawn animation is dead!” logic eh?

I’ve seen it in 3D twice and I must say it looks GREAT! It’s the first time in many many years that I’ve seen it on the big screen (I was five when it came out…) and the film is absolutely beautiful. I was in awe the whole time.

If I had one complaint, it’s that the 3D glasses severely darkened the image… which is my complaint with 3D films in general. I took off my glasses several time to compare the colors and they were much MUCH brighter and richer without the glasses.

Some theaters around where I live are doing some 2D showings as well. I may go see it in 2D again so I can see the true colors again.

Go see it and support Disney giving us more traditional animation the big screen! It’s well worth the money!


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James Nethery

James Nethery

James knew that he wanted to do animation from a very early age thanks to his father being an animator at the Walt Disney Studio. When he was in his teens, he took a serious interest in the art of animation and then, finally, in the year 2011 James graduated from Animation Mentor: The Online Animation School with a diploma in Advanced Character Animation Studies. James is currently working for Floyd County Productions on Archer.

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  1. mewtwo
    October 9, 2011 at 6:35 am — Reply

    i love your blog, i have it in my rss reader and always like new things coming up from it.

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