This is a million miles away from the garish and crude cartoons that American studios often churn out, and serves as a reminder that animated films can be imaginative, enchanting and exciting while still telling a sweet, good-hearted story.
Okay, we get it. It's brilliantly traditionally animated, and I'm pretty sure the industry still understands about great animation. So it's not like it's dying out- it's just in a minority, of sorts.Incidentally, it may be sweet and good-hearted, but it's also boring as hell for anyone above the age of 5.
Jul 13 - 03:20 PM