Nothing will ever top the Muppet Christmas Carol as the best version of the classic Dickens tale, but I’m pretty intrigued by this one. It’s the third film in Robert Zemekis’ fascination with computer animated films created with Motion Capture technology. His Polar Express was well done, but could have been a lot better, had the characters actually matched their descriptions or had expressions to match the situations. Hopefully this one is better than his boring and atrocious Beowulf.
My favorites of 2004: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King :: Best Picture of 2003 :: 11 Academy Awards Movies: Finding Neverland Harry Potter and the Prizoner of Azkaban The Incredibles […]
This month, Pixar is finally re-releasing Toy Story in 3D. It’s the first wave in the re-introduction of the characters in a new format, as well as the promotional push for Toy Story 3, which […]
My Most Anticipated Movies of May 2009: X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Terminator Salvation, Night at the Museum 2, Up
This is the start of the summer movie season, and it begins today with the origin of Wolverine. This month also features a couple of sequels that many would probably consider to be unnecessary: Terminator […]