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Discussion in 'Disney and Pixar Animated Films' started by mawnck, Jun 12, 2016.
We Know The Way.
Thank you for sharing those. I am looking forward to hopefully seeing Moana soon.
What can I say except, you're welcome! (Sorry, couldn't resist.)
How Far I'll Go.
Big Hero 6
Is this a 3rd golden age for Disney animation? Personally, I'd throw Frankenweenie & Bolt in there too, but that's not as defensible.
Yeah, someone will come in complaining about some of these films, but this is quite a run.
There were some clunkers in there too. Frankenweenie is a Tim Burton productions. Just distributed by Disney. Bolt is kind of boardline for me. I'd probably say the 3rd golden age started with The Princess and the Frog.
Chicken Little November 4, 2005 Walt Disney Animation Studios
Meet the Robinsons March 30, 2007 Walt Disney Animation Studios
Bolt November 28, 2008 Walt Disney Animation Studios
The Princess and the Frog December 11, 2009 Walt Disney Animation Studios
Tangled November 24, 2010 Walt Disney Animation Studios
Winnie the Pooh July 15, 2011 Walt Disney Animation Studios
Wreck-It Ralph November 2, 2012 Walt Disney Animation Studios
Frozen November 27, 2013 Walt Disney Animation Studios
Big Hero 6 November 7, 2014 Walt Disney Animation Studios
Zootopia March 4, 2016 Walt Disney Animation Studios
How Far I'll Go (Multilanguage)
I saw the movie yesterday and really enjoyed it. The shiny song reminded me of Tim Curry in Rocky Horror. The Rock did a great job a Maui. The movie was definitely better than Frozen. Disneyland needs to have some kind of story time in the old Tahitian Terrace about this movie.
<I saw the movie yesterday and really enjoyed it. The shiny song reminded me of Tim Curry in Rocky Horror. The Rock did a great job a Maui. The movie was definitely better than Frozen. Disneyland needs to have some kind of story time in the old Tahitian Terrace about this movie.>
That's a great idea. (Though bringing back the restaurant would be better still). Are they doing anything with that space currently?
The movie and music were fantasic. I loved it.
I watched Moana the other day and enjoyed it, but I didn't instantly fall in love with it like so many have. The first act was solid but not spectacular, the second act was just plain bad, but the third act was pretty great. The Mad Max coconuts seemed odd to me (and their vessel reminded me of something from Miyazaki), and the crab sequence was kind of terrible; I understand why they needed some smaller battles for the plot, but I didn't find them particularly compelling
The songs weren't as instantly-hummable as the Frozen songs, but they were used much better throughout the film. While there were plenty of weird parts, there were no gaping plot holes (*cough*Frozen*cough*). It was a lot of fun, but I'm not sure it lived up to some of the reactions I've heard; I'd give it a B+
I still stand by my opinion that it's better than Zootopia, but it looks like not too many people agree with me. The thing is, it's been a weak year ... definitely quantity over quality.
Moana and her high-sea adventures are heading back to theaters for more fanciful singing, but this time she wants audiences to join in.
Walt Disney Animation Studios announced Tuesday an all-new sing-along version of the critically-praised comedy will hit theaters Jan. 27, 2017 nationwide. A special engagement will be held at the historic El Capitan Theatre on Jan. 20, giving Los Angeles audiences an early viewing to sing the films’ original songs.
'Moana' Sing-Along Hitting Theaters
Exclusive images: Unseen 'Moana' characters, plus a bald Maui
EXCLUSIVE: This is a nice get — 16-year-old Moana star Auli’i Cravalho, who wowed the Oscar audiences with her performance of nominated song “How Far I’ll Go” last night, has been tapped for a lead role in NBC’s drama pilot Drama High, from Friday Night Lights executive producer/showrunner Jason Katims and Jeffrey Seller, producer of the smash Broadway hit Hamilton.
‘Moana’ Star Auli’i Cravalho Cast In NBC Pilot ‘Drama High’ From Jason Katims & Jeffrey Seller