Movies, pixar, wall-e
I thought it was awfully good, too, Matt. Not sure I would call it the best ever, but the animation was simply spectacular. It was some kind of hybrid between reality and animation. Some of the “focus” “shots” in the animated sequences where they would blur the backgrounds were amazing. Very cute, I am sure you had a great time with your family there.
I did have one question, though, how could the owner of BnL be a real human and the other ones were animated? Did humans get not only fat, but also pixelated, in those 700 years?
I tend to agree with the reviews collected on The Disney Blog:
I like your question. Haven’t seen any interviews where they talk about why they used a real actor for the not-700-years-in-the-future video clips.
I fully expect this to become an Average Matt review on Cinebanter (especially if Michael and I decide not to make Wall • E the topic of our next episode).
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