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Trailer Tuesday - Planes, blimps and monstermobiles

Published March 19, 2013

Trailer Tuesday - Planes, blimps and monstermobiles

This first one looks like your traditional action movie fodder, but there are heaps of famous people in there! Olympus has Fallen I hadn’t heard of this spin off from Cars that Disney are making, called Planes (or if I had heard of it, I’d forgotten!). It does what it says on the tin, and even has a bonus appearance from one David Croft! Lofty Crofty, the blimp! Amazing. Is it wrong to be a bit judgemental about this though, because it looks like it has the potential to be great but I feel like it won’t be due to the lack of Pixar input?

Monsters University - a prequel that might be good!

Published June 21, 2012

Monsters University - a prequel that might be good!

I turned my nose up when I heard about the Monsters Inc sequel idea. Not a sequel at all, but a prequel looking back at the monsters when they were at university together. Bah! What nonsense. What cashing in. But a teaser trailer is out, and I laughed out loud. Twice! I forgot how much I love Mike.

Links for 2008-03-22

Published March 22, 2008

Links for 2008-03-22

WALL•E trailer The newest film from Disney Pixar… to be honest, it doesn’t grab me as much as I’d hoped. Showbiz - News - Beckhams preferred to Brown in Downing St - Digital Spy I pray that this isn’t true.

DVD Day #8

Published March 22, 2005

DVD Day #8

I was expecting Secret Window to be a slasher horror type, which is why I didn’t watch it with Mr C, and I was mystified as to why Johnny Depp would star in such a film. But of course, this is no such film. It’s actually a really intense, clever, psychological thriller with a huge twist at the end. I did not see it coming. Followed by The Incredibles which was up to Pixar’s usual brilliant standard and doesn’t really need me to sing it’s praises, it does that by itself.

Branching out

Published January 31, 2004

Branching out

There’s some very interesting work going on at Pixar: The Incredibles looks very good, and the cute lamb in Bounding is especially sweet. I’m glad that Pixar are splitting from Disney after the next couple of films, because it seems completely unfair that Disney get to do whatever they like - as long as they pay the right money. The right to make sequel after sequel even if Pixar don’t want them to is pushing their luck a bit.