Kazu wrote:Seeing the hand drawn animation blown up that big was a bit distracting.
Yeah, that was one that didn't hold up very well in the large format. Also saw Beauty and the Beast on IMAX and it suffered similarly.
Kazu wrote:Sarah > I need to check out Fantasia 2000 again. I saw it on an IMAX screen and I think that may have been a mistake. Seeing the hand drawn animation blown up that big was a bit distracting. I remember I really enjoyed "Rhapsody in Blue" though.
Kazu wrote:Man, John Carpenter was one of the few filmmakers who really understood what it meant to make genre films. He would grab simple, exploitative concepts and run with them full steam ahead, layering it all with pathos where others would scoff. When he was strong, he was among the best the medium ever saw, and I think he really paved the way for filmmakers like Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez. He did make some clunkers, though. The Fog was okay, but it would be hard to defend Prince of Darkness or Village of the Damned. Heheh.
2. Ikiru- My favorite Kurosawa so far.
Kazu wrote:Elara, that's a great list of films. I saw The Sting and Dirty Pretty Things for the first time about a year ago, and they both became immediate favorites.
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