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Dragon Ball Z Resurrection F

Review: "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'" - New Uses For Old Toys

by Chad Boninon August 3, 2015
Decades ago, the fate of the Saiyans, ruthless planet-conquering mercenaries, was sealed. Their employer, the maleveolent Lord Frieza, had learned that their survival would lead to his ultimate downfall, and wiped out their planet and its entire population. A few survivors would work under him for a time, most notably Prince Vegeta of the Saiyans; […]
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New "Peanuts Movie" Trailer Released

by Ed Liuon June 17, 2015
20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios have released a new trailer for The Peanuts Movie, set for release on November 6, 2015. THE PEANUTS MOVIE 3D Animation Release: November 6, 2015 Director: Steve Martino Based upon the comic strip by Charles M. Schulz Producers: Craig Schulz, Bryan Schulz, Cornelius Uliano, Paul Feig, Michael J. […]

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The Simpsons Wants Your Attention Again

by Peter Paltridgeon June 10, 2015
In every news feed I’ve visited this morning, no matter what its focus or theme is, I’ve seen this headline: “HOMER AND MARGE ARE BREAKING UP IN THE NEXT SEASON OF THE SIMPSONS!!!” The actual article within, of course, is safe to point out “but everything will be back to normal in the next episode.” […]
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New Poster Revealed for "The Peanuts Movie"

by Ed Liuon June 5, 2015
Fandango has debuted the latest poster for The Peanuts Movie, the CGI animated feature from Blue Sky/20th Century Fox based on the famed newspaper comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. Click the image below to enlarge. In addition, the Huffington Post has posted a still featuring Fifi, the French poodle who catches Snoopy’s eye and […]

The Book of Life I Love You Too Much

Review: "The Book of Life" Blu-ray is a Delightful Feast of Excess

by Ed Liuon February 4, 2015
The Book of Life is an exuberant, almost overwhelming riot of a movie that is a blast of fresh air in the increasingly crowded field of kids’ animated feature films. It delivers a carefully calibrated measure of excess, overwhelming audiences with its visual flair and energy by drawing on Mexican folk art traditions, especially those […]
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Alien: Isolation Scares More than a Million Gamers

by Shawn Hopkinson January 22, 2015
People really, really like to be scared. And there aren’t many horror games scarier than Alien: Isolation. Gamers have flocked to the fear-fest, buying more than one million copies worldwide. ‚ÄúIt has been fantastic to watch the reviews come in and read of the reactions of players, hidden in the bowels of Sevastopol Station, terrified […]

The Book of Life Land of the Remembered

Entering the Land of the Remembered in "The Book of Life"

by Ed Liuon January 8, 2015
Animation Scoop has posted a brief interview and several video clips with director Jorge Gutierrez discussing the scene of Manolo entering the Land of the Remembered in the CGI animated feature film The Book of Life. Gutierrez discusses the many challenges of the scene (which received a very prominent place in the trailers for the […]
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2015 Golden Globe Animated Nominees: LEGO, Robots, Dragons, Boxtrolls, and Dead People

by Ed Liuon December 11, 2014
The 72nd annual Golden Globe nominations have been announced by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The nominees for Best Animated Feature Film are: The LEGO Movie (Warner Bros) Big Hero 6 (Disney) How to Train Your Dragon 2 (DreamWorks Animation) The Boxtrolls (LAIKA/Focus Features) The Book of Life (Reel FX Creative Studios/20th Century Fox) In […]