if a plant is sad do other plants photosympathize with it?
”i chlorofeel you man”
Jack Nicholson preparing for the famous ax scene.
proof that The Beatles were sassy motherfuckers
Cheeky bastards <3
"Ringo isn’t even the best drummer in the Beatles."
It’s funny because it’s true tho.
You have to love Christmas music
I want you to
slowly crawl between
speak your tongue into
all of the
neighbors know your name
sometimes i casually hit on my best friend oops
“The problem with American animation in 2013 is that the studios are all emulating the Pixar formula that turned CGI animation into billion-dollar business and respectable art. In some respects, this is a great problem to have. At its best, Pixar has consistently pushed the boundaries of what CGI can do, pioneering new technical breakthroughs every year. And it’s similarly pushed the narrative boundaries of American animation, both in terms of challenging content and in terms of reaching out to adult viewers with sophisticated plots, rather than just lobbing the occasional joke at them, over their children’s heads. Its focus on unusual settings and original stories has given its films much more texture and range than the Disney model. Its attention to complicated emotions, and the sometimes intense situations that provoke them, has pushed American films away from a classical Disney pastel palette. Other studios have gradually come around to Pixar’s base model, with DreamWorks in particular producing films as visually and textually sophisticated as Pixar’s, and Walt Disney Animation Studios (under the wing of Pixar exec John Lasseter) jumping from the thin, forgettable Chicken Little to the winning Tangled in just five years.”
Our Year In Review continues with Tasha Robinson surveying the field of animation in 2013 and finding a maturing medium that’s nonetheless stuck in a rut. [Read more…]