This is a familiar tale. A relatable one. One that involved you and the fellas going for a nice ride through the neighborhood, getting chased by a food cart cook, wheeling on over to a rooftop party and meeting a unicycle gang.
“Jacob and the Giraffe” makes no sense. And yet, it also makes perfect sense. Come for the weirdness, stay for the incredible animation, twist ending and general visual storytelling excellence from Cool 3D World.
Video essayist Mikey Neumann breaks down the characters and drama at the heart of the early 2000s animation industry that allowed the story of “Shrek” to be told. Like onions and ogres, this tale has a lot of layers.
It’s been nine years since we saw Woody, Buzz and the gang in a tear-jerking end to the “Toy Story” trilogy. The fourth installment is premised on the toys pondering the nature of their existence — does it justify its own? Here’s what the reviews have to say.
It started with “Aladdin” and Robin Williams. Or, more accurately, it started with the Walt Disney Company screwing over Robin Williams by going against his wishes to market the movie around his star power.
“‘Primal’ features a caveman at the dawn of evolution. A dinosaur on the brink of extinction. Bonded by tragedy, this unlikely friendship becomes the only hope of survival in a violent, primordial world.”
We know that most public transportation maps are meant to be schematic illustrations rather than geographically truthful renderings, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t in awe when we see comparisons like this.
DreamWorks has made a trilogy-ender for what might be its best franchise yet — does it wrap things up nicely, or is this one of those movies where the door’s left open for more dragons (and dollars) to come? Here’s what the reviews have to say.