Price’s influential spirit inhabits some small or large part in almost everything Tim Burton has ever made.
My Dad’s Canadian,” said Kricfalusi.
“Its core message is not about trying to exploit power differences between the haves and have-nots. It says that real power is what you have between your ears.”
Even The Beatles, who were descending into bitter dissolution and didn’t even record their voices for the film, were ultimately swayed by its animated ambition. And they weren’t alone.
A psychokinetic steampunk upgrade with a fearless female hero leading the charge.
Think the original series, plus Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke, and you’re probably there.
Payback is a shiny metal ass, fully bitten.
Infamously risky but rewarding animator Peter Chung has finally made a film for everyone.
The monstrosity rams its entire body down your throat, where its tentacles overtake your body while its crustacean-inspired head lodges inside your mouth.
Cartoon brainiac Genndy Tartakovsky revitalized American animation with anime-inspired knockouts like Samurai Jack and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Now he’s crashing mecha convention.
David Lynch and Mark Frost’s indispensably surreal soap opera ripped apart television tradition as it riveted viewers with a ceaseless mix of dream-noir intrigue and persistent humor.
M. Night Shyamalan’s compression of Nickelodeon’s stunning animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender has serious boots to fill. And it needs much more time to fill them.
A fitting distillation of the filmmaker’s ecological awareness.
The Iron Giant is beyond naivete or political correctness. It’s a hilarious, tear-jerking and sci-fantastic analysis.
Mrs. Manface, who sports a five o’clock shadow while kissing her (his?) cherubic hubby.
Wonder Woman is an ancient goddess with a sexualized back story.
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It takes nerve to craft a horror story about children in this day and age.
The actual band that performed Little Tibia and the Fibias’ most excellent “The Mummy” has yet to be identified.
you gotta have the yang with the yin. Miyazaki’s films always have both, and Spirited Away is one of his finest.