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Tuesday, September 09, 2008

3 Wonderful Animation Films from Hollywood

This year I am delighted as an animation film lover that 3 really beautiful Hollywood animation features were released at the Kolkata multiplexes. 'Wall - E' surely tops the list with being the most 'out of the box' kind of Hollywood film. Though I am a great fan of the previous Pixar hits, 'Ratatouille' and 'Finding Nemo', this is surely a film that is a must-see for all film-buffs. Director Andrew Stanton has created a sublime, captivating animation adventure that is surely going to feature in the textbooks of cinema.

'Horton Hears a Who!' is the other film that charmed me early this year. The simple delight of Dr Seuss fantasy is unmistakably imprinted in this adaptation. It is touching and utterly entertaining for all ages. Jim Carrey, Steve Carell, Isla Fisher, Seth Rogen, Jesse McCartney, Carol Burnett are among the voice-cast members.

'Kung Fu Panda' is the third noteworthy animation offering from Hollywood. It has the Dreamworks magic working in its favour. The film is noteworthy, especially for its exquisite animation and the splendid ensemle voice-cast, which includes the likes of Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, Jackie Chan, Michael Clarke Duncan and Lucy Liu.


iman said...

hi buddy!!!

cool post, in fact i was waiting for the 'wall e' review from you, and itz such a pleasure to read the post. though i've only seen 'finding nemo' but now i'm eagerly waiting for Kungfu Panda & Wall E..... :)

sometimes itz feel like feather touch to read those wonderful post about animation film from you!!

i'm waiting for the complete review of Wall-E.......


surjasish said...

Wall-E is leagues ahead of other animation films from Hollywood. Only if the second half had not been predictable and wish-fulfilling, it would have been hailed as an all-time classic!

rajdeep said...

Kung Fu Panda was fulsome entertainment, bindaas..... as we commonly say, or paisa vasool... while Wall-E had a sombre tone hitherto unheard of (or should I say: unseen?)in animation films, but my vote would go to old-fashioned charmers like Horton Hears a Who!.... it hearkens back old memories, and nostalgia makes Dr Seuss's tales, and classic Hollywood animation, thrive.

pallavi agarwal said...

KUNG FU PANDA is thoroughly enjoyable! It is one of my favorite animation films!

ankush said...

'Wall-E' is one of my most favourite films of all time!