Spirited Away is annoying!
The little girl needs to get hit with a spoon and pranked and for some reason, I want to kill her but that's not nice!
The animation is gorgeous and the film is beautiful to look at.
The film is probably best to watch at about 11-16.
Sorry, find this film not worth watching. Watched it at a special screening and felt like running out! Chihiro cries too much, whimpers, and sobs throughout the whole movie
Amy Rose and Cream are better!
End of funny rant.
I was expecting Pixar to continue getting better and better with their films after their slump with "Cars 2" (something I haven't seen but have heard bad things about) but this one was just worse and less interesting than Inside Out. Though, Inside Out was fine, The Good Dinosaur was just mediocre and uninspired.
A small dinosaur named Arlo hatches from eggs along with his brother and sister, Buck and Libby. When the children grow up, their dad promises that Arlo will be brave even though he's scared of everything lurking in the wild. But if the children do something big, they will make their mark.
Arlo is probably the most uninspired character I've ever seen. The boy is afraid of everything and is too cutesy. Though, he's not entirely bad but just annoying. I cannot give my two cents to the supporting characters since they were not developed nor on-screen enough for me to even care about. But I really like no character. The best one is probably Spot, he's the main character but he was just okay, he was a clichéd feral child in a boy-and-his-dog reversed story. The characters were too cartoonish.
The background is realistic, almost like it was shot on camera and that it was the real world. The animation is also pretty good for some parts but the dinosaur designs were cartoonish and they didn't fit the background.
But why would Pixar show characters hallucinating from fruit? I like how the film managed to have a lot of tension, though it's probably not for sensitive children under 12. I don't think it's that dark, if an 8-year- old is mature enough to go, then I suggest they'd try it. This uninspired movie is too childish for my taste. The movie scared me, though.
Even they didn't do much with the premise of the asteroid destroying the dinosaurs, the beginning was rushed. But there is little development throughout this, like why are humans acting like dogs?
Overall, this movie is safe and uncreative, a disappointment from Pixar.
This movie did not follow the old version at times. The little girl sings and acts well but had some missteps. The girl that played 14-year- old Pepper was too cynical and aloof. The acting from the other kids in foster care are cringe-worthy, and so was Jamie Foxx's, Miss Hannigan, and the woman that adopted Annie.
It had good singing in it but there was too many of them.
I wonder why Annie and Mr. Stacks became celebrities.
The foster lady was too mean by spraying the bottle in the kids' faces. Even Annie bumps into somebody and almost gets hit by a car.
This Annie was just too playful.
The movie that they we're watching was too romantic.
This movie was too silly and the ending was not emotional! I did not care if Annie was in trouble. There seemed to be too many dreamy sequences in it.