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Review: "Batman '66" Blu-ray Limited Edition - The Bright Knight Returns

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In broad strokes, Batman ’66 follows the same pattern as the grimmer, modern-day version: Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder sidekick battle crime, with everyone dressed in outlandishly colorful outfits and where everyone’s got a gimmick. However, it wasn’t until now that I realized how much Batman owes its lineage to TV sitcoms as much as […]

Review: "Road To Ninja: Naruto the Movie" - The Road to a Vital Shonen Film

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Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie is the ninth theatrical film depicting the characters of the Naruto franchise. It’s hard to believe, considering the diminishing returns of the theatrical films since the beginning of the Shippuden films. The last two movies, The Lost Tower and Blood Prison, didn’t even earn back their budgets in Japan. […]

CLIP: The Future of Hand-Drawn Animation in the Making of Glen Keane's "Duet"

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CLIP: KT Tunstall Lights Up Pixie Hollow in "Legend of the NeverBeast" Coming March 3, 2015

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"Adventure Time: Finn the Human" Clips Conquer Cuteness but Fumble the Red Throne

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Review: "Naruto Triple Feature" - Sharp Visuals, Dull Plotting

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The Naruto manga has come to a close and the anime adaptation probably won’t continue forever, but it is still hard to believe that the franchise has existed for this long. Over the decade-plus run since the manga and anime premiered, many theatrical films based on the universe have been manufactured. With the older, Shippuden-era incarnations […]

Glen Keane's "Duet" Animated Short Launches Globally on Moto X Devices

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GLEN KEANE’S “DUET” LAUNCHES GLOBALLY TODAY ON MOTO X DEVICES A celebration of life through the hand-drawn line, DUET is the latest in a series of Google ATAP’s Spotlight Stories, interactive short films made exclusively for mobile devices. Acclaimed animator Glen Keane’s highly anticipated short film, DUET is now available globally to millions of users […]

"The Boxtrolls" Comes to Digital HD December 23, 2014; Blu-ray/DVD on January 20, 2015

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FROM THE CREATORS OF ACADEMY AWARD®-NOMINATED FILMS CORALINE AND PARANORMAN COMES THE MAGICALLY ANIMATED MOVIE EVENT OF THE SEASON! THE BOXTROLLS ON DIGITAL HD DECEMBER 23, 2014 AND ON BLU-RAY™ COMBO PACK AND DVD JANUARY 20, 2015 FROM UNIVERSAL PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT Universal City, California, November 18, 2014 – Heroes come in all shapes and […]

Adam West on Not Being Adam West

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For most comic book superhero fans, Adam West is an actor who needs no introduction. The native of Walla Walla, WA, moved to Hollywood in 1959, appearing on stage and screens large and small, with a number of roles in Westerns and police procedurals and a guest spot on The Outer Limits. His career changed […]

Review: "The Wind Rises" Blu-ray - A Beautiful Mind

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When he was young, Hayao Miyazaki would spend his childhood days in his father’s factory, a manufacturer of war plane parts. Fascinated by the intricate design of the flying machines, Miyazaki would carry his lifelong obsession with them for decades to come, tellingly incorporating flight prominently into his films. The Wind Rises feels like a […]

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