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Pixar’s first feature film was “Toy Story” because their then-groundbreaking computer animation technology could only create characters who were stiff and smooth. Plastic toys were ideal characters. Each film since has shown exponential technological progress — the furry creatures of […]

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Roger Ebert famously declared that a video game could not be art, giving rise to howls of protest. I believe that videogames, like movies, can and will rise to the level of art. But movies like “Ratchet & Clank” will […]

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“Finding Dory” writer/director Andrew Staunton says that we’ve been missing the ultimate Pixar secret hiding in every one of their movies.

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Easter always makes me think of this Disney classic.

This looks SO much better than “Batman v. Superman.”

From DreamWorks Animation comes season 3 of VeggieTales in the House, only on Netflix. The faith‐based adventures of Bob, Larry, and their veggie housemates continue in season 3, only on Netflix, debuting March 25, 2016. The Veggies learn important lessons […]

“Love — the only reason that we’re alive.”

I can’t wait for this!

Simmer down, out there. In this, the craziest of all political moments in US history, some people are going to tell you that Disney’s adorable “Zootopia” is full of subtext about issues like immigration and terrorism and the role of […]

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