I am pretty surprised that I haven’t done this list yet. I am a huge Pixar fanboy. I love almost all of their films, so how fitting would it be to list my least to best favorite Pixar films? Why not! Let’s take a look.
EDIT (6/23/15): I added Inside Out to the list! Yay!
So Dr. Seuss Summer has come to a close. What have we learned this past month?
Despite the new additions to the Dr. Seuss canon, I’m still glad people enjoy his stories to this day. The new movies completely destroying the original morals, they’re still there. They are still there for kids to see, though not exactly the ones I remember learning when I was a kid.
The old animated shorts are very different than the newer movies. I do prefer the original shorts than the movies. They channel Dr. Seuss’s original intentions because, well, he worked on them! His insight brought us these wonderful little cartoons. As much as I hate the new ones, I always have the old ones to come back to.
See you later, Animators!
I watched this in the theater when it came out. I knew about the bad movies that have been made around the Dr. Seuss books. I almost died when I heard The Lorax was being made into the movie. I sat down and braced myself for the crap that I was going to watch. And to my surprise…well, let’s take a look.
This one is weird. I mean that in all the ways possible. I watch this movie practically every year for Christmas alongside the original short. I’m not saying I exactly hate this movie. I don’t. I just…let’s take a look.
Remember when I said that I’d be reporting some animation news? Yeah…so do I. Sorry about not doing any of that for an…extremely long time….OH LOOK! A movie we’ve been waiting for for a long time!
Now we’re getting into the live action Seuss films. These films are known to be not as good adaptations of the original shorts and books, and I was crazy enough to watch them. These reviews will not be like the past few Seuss reviews I’ve done, with these going more in depth on why this film fails as both an adaptation and as a movie by itself.
So let’s get started with my favorite story: The Lorax!