If you get nostalgic for Anastasia, All Dogs Go to Heaven, and Secret of NIMH, this is the podcast for you! Join three animation geeks/artists as they discuss the ten signature films of renegade animator Don Bluth! We talk about the history, art, music, and cultural impact of each film and discuss: does it hold up after all these years?
Learn about framing and shot language this week as Dee, Carrie, and Havana talk about how incorrect cinematography and character design undermines Pebble and this Penguin. Carrie rants about damsels in distress in film and Dee analyzes the operatic angle of this movie. Also, Hubie is a dick.
Making $71,368 in the box office, Troll in Central Park is Bluth’s lowest grossing film to date. This week, Carrie, Dee, and Havana reluctantly watch this train wreck and bounce ideas on how they would re-write the movie. Troll is a testament to what happens when your creative ego gets too...
Is Prince Cornelious the G.O.A.T? Carrie, Havana, and Dee discuss. The ladies get technical today as we talk about storytelling mechanisms and debate whether or not the character arcs and story structure work well in this film and become Cornelious stans along the way.