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11/04/2001 Entry: "Kitty!"
Monsters Inc. was cute, funny, well-animated, and sweet. Sure, you can guess the ending within the first 20 minutes, but it's a fun trip getting there. And did you really expect a revolutionary storyline in a Disney/Pixar animated film? I would have been surprised if it didn't. I might go see it again with the Boyfriend to see what the digital projection looks like by comparison. (A confession...I've never seen any of the other Pixar animated films in their entirety. No reason why not; it just never happened. I'll have to borrow the roommate's DVDs.) Actually, I think this may have been the first time I've ever seen a big studio movie on its opening weekend.
Oh, and there was some sort of teaser trailer for some Clone movie or something that everyone got all quiet for. I dunno, Star Something; it looked vaguely familiar. All told it was about 20 seconds of preview in about 45 seconds of moody instrumental music. Afterwards someone in the theater shouted out, "That's it?" We laughed. (Another confession: I've never seen any of the Star Whatchacallit movies in one sitting. I've seen all of Episode Four, but only a half at a time.)
And the Harry Potter movie looks really well art directed. I may have to see it for that alone.
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"looks really well art directed"
Was that English? :P
Posted by Satan's Little Proofreader... @ 11/04/2001 04:57 PM PST
if it wasn't before, it is now. When something has undergone art direction...?
Don't you have an exquisite corpse to work on or something?
Posted by Casey @ 11/04/2001 07:11 PM PST