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    Just watched TS 2 again

    I am a big kid , I really enjoy these films
    Music , fills the gaps between silence !

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    I like them too even though I don't usually like that sort of thing. They are very well done.
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    Indeed, plus the sound and visual effects are great, reproduced through a good home-cinema system!

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    Big kid me. I really enjoy many of the 'kiddies' films - Toy story, Frozen, Moana, Rio, Captain Underpants, Beauty and the Beast etc, etc.

    I'm not one for black and white films with subtitles or anything which stresses me out.

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    Watched loads with my son. Toy story Is good, but my favourites are Megamind, Monsters vs Aliens, big Hero 6 and Astro Boy.

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    I cried during the third one when it looked like they were all going down that big crusher thing

    Mind you, I blubbed like a baby when Ariel got married in The Little Mermaid too.
    And when little Elizabeth got locked in a trunk in an abandoned shack in The Waltons.

    Doesn't take much for me when I'm involved in a movie or TV show - just a sudden burst of strings can set me off
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigger67 View Post
    I cried during the third one when it looked like they were all going down that big crusher thing

    Mind you, I blubbed like a baby when Ariel got married in The Little Mermaid too.
    And when little Elizabeth got locked in a trunk in an abandoned shack in The Waltons.

    Doesn't take much for me when I'm involved in a movie or TV show - just a sudden burst of strings can set me off
    You must have been devastated when Bambi's mother was shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    You must have be devistated when Bambi's mother was shot.
    I've avoided that movie my entire life.

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    They are extremely good in pretty much every way. The amount of work that goes into each film is mind-boggling. I watched the directors commentary on The Incredibles (not quite the same kind of animation as TS) but they mentioned a 5 minute scene with complicated facial expressions taking months to get right

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifi_dave View Post
    Big kid me. I really enjoy many of the 'kiddies' films - Toy story, Frozen, Moana, Rio, Captain Underpants, Beauty and the Beast etc, etc.
    Me too, but not so much the modern variety. I've not even heard of the ones in bold... Toy Story is one of the few exceptions, and for me that's mainly because of the superb technical [visual] effects and standards of animation.

    Otherwise, give me originals such as 101 Dalmatians, Dumbo, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Cinderella, Mary Poppins, etc [anything from Walt Disney, especially], any day, where the standard of acting and story lines were generally superior to that found in today's childrens films...

    Cartoons also come into that category, as absolutely *nothing* produced today touches classics such as Tom and Jerry, Bugs Bunny, Woody Woodpecker, Daffy Duck, Roadrunner, etc... I could watch that stuff for hours!

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