Vaulting: The Last Unicorn
And the big one that has been waiting to be unleashed. Morgan reviews a movie that everyone loves (even on other galaxies), but he doesn't? Under the forceful will of an intergallactic creature, will he survive over one little opinion?
Date And Time: 2012-07-22 17:47:42Comment:
I'm fine that you don't like the film, but like "Howard the Duck." About the whole "like-what-people-hate" and "hate-what-people-like" thing, I've through that same problem (even though it was about 2 certain spin-offs of Looney Tunes).
Date And Time: 2012-07-17 00:24:33Comment:
Name: Master of Insanity
Date And Time: 2012-07-17 00:24:08Comment:
Morgan, I understand what you meant in your response to me, and hopefully you understand what i meant. Rereading my note, I realize that mine had a loop hole in it, meaning that I didn't realize that you were doing (one of them) what I was suggesting. I am more of a fan than MartialHorror is. Your show is still entertaining enough to make me forget that I have to fight a radioactive King Kong every so often in this country that I master. You don't need to know that countries name, since you probably don't believe anything I'm saying, since I am an insane cartoon character.
Date And Time: 2012-07-16 12:33:06Comment:
@Bree - I've seen Flight of the Dragons and I can confirm that I have a heart for it. When it will be looked at...probably next season. Too tight considering the amount of time I lost
Date And Time: 2012-07-15 19:39:45Comment:
I'm not gonna be mad, or shoot you down. Everyone has their opinions. I still love the movie and started to read the book itself. I even managed to meet Peter S. Beagle himself he's really nice person. If you ever get around I say try giving Flight of Dragons you won;t be sorry.
Date And Time: 2012-07-14 19:53:21Comment:
I would love to see you talk about Flight of the Dragons! I love that movie, to this day it's only dragon based movie that come close to what I think a dragon movie should be about!
The fictional documentary form Animal Planet/BBC Dragon's World?
is a close second.
Date And Time: 2012-07-14 12:58:42Comment:
Funny... Nobody ever seems to mention Basil.
Name: Hewy Toonmore
Date And Time: 2012-07-11 14:46:45Comment:
Lady Dryer: Ouch! That was...extreme.
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 18:50:16Comment:
If I were you, I would have done the lightning redirection thing from Avatar. That, and you should consider checking out The Greatest Movie EVER Podcast, and their opinion on this film. I cannot force you, so I merely suggest.
Name: Lady Dryer
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 17:53:00Comment:
Screw that sissy alien reviewing this! I remember seeing this film and now that I think about it, I actually hate this film!
Thank Pete I'm NOT the only one who never enjoy this film and say The Last Unicorn deserves to be underrated.
No wonder this film is a fluke! The unicorn herself is a MORON! And the ending sucks galls!
Name: Nic Kramer
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 17:39:03Comment:
I mean, "worth a look'.
Name: Nic Kramer
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 17:37:13Comment:
Presonally, I'm not sure doing "Raggedy Ann and Andy" would be a good idea. Yeah, I know it's not the best animated film, but it's the work and effort done by the two different generations of animators that makes it worth a work. You got to remember that this film was done at the time that animation was at dark age when the television parent code wounded the media and most projects were done over seas. Plus, I thought some of Raposo songs were good and one was even sung on "The Muppet Show", which he had connection with the characters.
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 15:58:01Comment:
@Jacob: I never saw Secret of the Kells, so I really don't have a view on it yet. @Master of Insanity: Honestly, the science fiction episode was a colelge project. I just posted it because I didn't have anything else uploaded in a while and wanted something for people to view in the meantime. As far as "changing the name," I think it still fits. This series about looking at the forgotten side of nostalgia. Films that were in their prime and yet either aren't remembered as well or upon box office debut didn't do well. I switched from the whole "topic discussion" as I felt I wasn't coming across as entertaining and the ad-libbing was really detereating the series in quesion. If that's the case, why is it Vaulting you ask and nothing else? Well, your mind is always like a vault that has memories of certain things. And there are always certain aspects of it we want to foget or wish we didn't. This same case goes for films and this is where this series comes in. Its the nostalgia we want to remember but can't at times or the nostalgia we wish to forget. Hence, mind is like a "Vault" and how hard it is at remember "ing" things. Take it for what it is, but that's my view.
Name: Master of Insanity
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 15:29:05Comment:
Wait a moment that new alien sounds different in this episode then in that cliffhanger. By the way, your title of this series Vaulting, doesn't really fit anymore. It made more sense with your older episodes, where you discussed a topic. Though, I can see that there would be hard things to find that qualify. Your earlier episodes defined you as different than others. Now you are almost one and the same league as other reviewers. That science-fiction of the 80's special was the most recent of your episodes that seemed different. To be different, have more episodes like that. I am not trying to discourage you or troll, just analyzing.
A topic to discuss would be: video definition/quality or a film that has been unseen for years since it was in a 'vault'. Maybe do something on animation. Though if you aren't into the history of given topics in media, continue being a normal reviewer. And go scare MartialHorror, he's creepy and bald. I'm insane!
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 15:07:38Comment:
Very creative conclusion and yeah, the stuff with the butterfly,the skeleton, the female tree with HUGE boobs and the pirate cat is kind of questionable for a movie like this. Just one question and don't take this as a request. What are your thoughts on another acclaimed fantasy animated movie called The Secret of Kells? Personally, I bloody (no I'm not british, I just love that term)love it.
Name: Andrew Shepard
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 14:51:17Comment:
I'm afraid I can't agree with you on the "The Last Unicorn". As a big fan of animation, fantasy and science fiction, I love this movie with a big passion. I never even watched it as a kid. I saw it during my junior year of High School and even then I wasn't embarrassed to have seen it. It just feels so unique among movies of the genre and I think the casting, story and songs(including Bridges and Farrows solos) all work really well. However; I can allow you to present your own opinion and as usual Morgan I'm impressed by your writing and humor skills.
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 14:13:56Comment:
Having understood what went into this episode and been part of the writing process (proofreading), I say this episode turned out pretty good. A bit length, but it's always good to watch at the right time. Your opinions are your own and you should never be afraid to voice them.
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 13:24:29Comment:
I'm wouldn't be shot if you did raggedy ann and andy a musical adventure.
Name: Hewy Toonmore
Date And Time: 2012-07-10 10:35:16Comment:
I've already voiced my thoughts on this movie, twice, so I have nothing else to say about it. I loved it as a kid, I love today, and I will love it till the day I day. I won't attack you and I'm not gonna try to convince you to like it. As a fellow reviewer, I respect your opinion. Besides, I fulfilled one of my lifelong dreams and got an interview with Peter S. Beagle himself, so I'm good!