Animation Lookback Commentary: Walt Disney Animation Studios (Part 6)
AniMat talks about the story side of Animation Lookback and his thoughts on every single film that appears in this part.
Date And Time: 2012-10-10 19:17:55Comment:
The Rescuers; I agree that it drags at times, particularly in the depressing parts, well at least Don Bluth had to get start somewhere, this film was the first one without Disney's supervision. The Fox and the Hound; this film is good, but really sad, I was very surprised to learn from you that Tim Burton got his start here, you are right on the stupid midquel. The Black Cauldron;I'm going to give it a try, NEVER underestimate Disney's dark side, I find The Horned King is indeed underrated but not the most underrated Disney villain, in my opinion and yea it does have a Zelda vibe. The Great Mouse Detective; I'm just so amazed that this thing has so many different names, this is a FUN movie, Disney make a blue-ray of this darn thing.
Date And Time: 2012-05-10 23:13:51Comment:
@Jacob Your right. I am an annoying prick. But I am back and here to prove otherwise.
Date And Time: 2012-05-10 21:32:59Comment:
@Joseph Martinez I am Alex.
Date And Time: 2012-05-10 20:23:29Comment:
Mr. Coat has given back my access to this site.
I will not abuse this privilege in any way.
Date And Time: 2012-05-10 19:09:19Comment:
I do not agree with your opinion on The Rescuers.
I perfectly understand Down Under's importance as an animated film but the 1st one just struck a chord with me that Down Under never did.
It's also more nostalgic with me.
But, no points against you.
I respect your opinion and I encourage you to stay true to it.
I'll stay true to mine and state it just once.
Thank you for creating Animation Lookback and thanks for this commentary.
Date And Time: 2012-05-10 19:03:13Comment:
It is me Alex.
I have accessed this website through my parents computer.
I am honestly sorry for ever posting those messages.
I never wished to ever cause such a ruckus.
I just become so passionate when explaining my opinions on either of those films and I lose control.
I don't really know why. I don't really watch either films that much anyway.
That Fellow In The Coat, can you unblock my access to this site.
This is one of my favorite websites to visit and, since I have been blocked, I feel like a pert of me has been taken away.
I love your web show, Mr. Coat and if I can't access your website, than I become depressed.
I am truly and utterly sorry.
I am begging you, Mr. Coat.
I am begging you to unblock me.
This is the most honest apology that I have ever stated, whether it be written, typed (like now) or spoken.
Do you accept my apology?
Do you believe that I am sorry?
Name: Joseph Martinez
Date And Time: 2012-04-30 21:57:24Comment:
Who is Alex?
Date And Time: 2012-04-30 13:49:57Comment:
Huh, I never noticed that before about the hero and villain thing you did with studios in your Animation Lookbacks. That is pretty interesting. I'll definitely be on the lookout for more of that in your Pixar lookback!
Date And Time: 2012-04-29 17:18:33Comment:
Thank you Mr. C! He was such an annoying prick!
Name: Mr. Coat
Date And Time: 2012-04-29 16:24:12Comment:
Alex is gone now. I've officially blocked his access to the website and also cleaned up his mess.
Date And Time: 2012-04-27 03:28:46Comment:
I think that the Black Cauldron is kind of underatedly overrated if you know what I mean.
Date And Time: 2012-04-26 19:38:54Comment:
Interesting fact, John Lasseter, one of the founders of Pixar worked on animating the bear fighting sequence in The Fox and the Hound