What's your favorite animated movie and why? I'll go first "The Incredibles" hands down because I can relate the story to my own family minus the superpowers and Holly Hunter's voice was spot on for the mother. ok your turn.
you have no idea.....since I was 6, till I was 18, I lived in an uneicplicably stric house. By the time I was on my own, lots of people had already seen lots of movies and didnt want to see them again. soooo Ive been on my own trying to discover stuff...
Unfortunately in England it wasn't on normal TV, and we never had satellite, so I only had a few videos and the movie, I wonder if they're on YouTube now, will have to go check.
Little Old Lady: Oh, hello, there. Are you two heading for Las Vegas? Beavis: Yeah. We're gonna score. Little Old Lady: Oh, well, I hope to score big there, myself. I'm mostly gonna be doing the slots. Beavis: Yeah, yeah. I'm hoping to do some sluts, too. Yeah. Do they have a lot of sluts in Las Vegas? Little Old Lady: Oh, there are so many slots, you won't know where to begin.
It wasnt on normal tv here either. i sneaked out of bed late at night to watch it....I remeber when it was like, a 10 minute sketch on MTV 'frog baseball'...then it got to be its own show.. I know you can order a boxed set or something..maybe Amazon?.. http://www.mtv.com/ontv/dyn/beavis_and_ … ries.jhtml
maybe that has some episodes..cant watch clips on my computer..
Beauty and the Beast - loved Robbie Benson (who'd a thunk it!) and the supporting cast was to die for - David Ogden Steirs, Jerry Orbach, Angela Lansbury, Ruth Buzzie (sp?, lol) - but more particularly loved Belle. She is such a great character and such a departure for a Disney heroine. Finally, a girl who thinks, has a mind of her own, a sense of humor, and is more than a foil for the brave prince. I also loved that almost the whole movie is sung belle canto style. As well, the songs actually carry the action forward, not merely comment on the emotion of the moment.
Anastasia - The graphics were amazing. The fire on the speeding train scene, and the shots of Paris at night were so real. I loved the way the characters moved (especially in the scene when Dimitri and Vlad do a song and dance).
As some of you may know, "ParaNorman" was the first animated feature film geared towards families to ever have an openly gay character, in it's film (at least as far as i know). Not only was the film a...