Im a cinephile who has a deep love for faith, family, films & Disney.
Jaw dropping gorgeous animation. Raya has a deeply human story at its core about trusting in one another and finding our commonality.
What I Liked:
1) A visual feast for the eyes. Each land with its distinct features gives the animators new opportunities to show off their skills.
2) The story about bringing different people together and finding what connects us is a much needed one in this day and age.
3) The voice cast is stellar and deserves to…
Tracy & Hepburn are, Sam & Tess, reporters who work on entirely different beats. Sam is a sportswriter who loves what he does , and falls hard for Tess who covers the sophisticated world news stories.
Sam is clearly in awe of such q challenging match, but things get dicey when Tess’ career becomes overwhelmingly hectic. A classic romance.
What I liked:
1) Tracy & Hepburn. Do I even need to mention that chemistry?
2) While some of the relationships may seem old…
I was really looking forward to this one. I like a lot of Robert Altman's films (my favorite being "The Player"). Out of my remaining AFI films there were 3 in particular that I just have no desire to see, so after watching one I thought this may be a good palate cleanser.
I started to worry about half way through if I had not made the right choice. I'm glad that I stuck it out. Once the pieces started…
A cute movoe about finding your place in the world.
Although I enjoyed this flick, it did not live up to all the expectations. It certianly did not feel like the best animated film of the year.
It was a movie that would be fun on a Saturday afternoon with kids of a certian age. It did have some remarkable sequences, some well done sight gags, and some suspense filled moments.
Knowing how painstaking of a process movies like this…