A place to put your crazy theories on Don Bluth and his work.
Pixar will hire Bluth to collaborate on a projectAnd will give him all the creative freedom he needs. This would be epic because Pixar and Bluth have many trademark characteristics in their films: tear jerking moments, mind screw scenes, strange story premises, pants wetting moments, and most of all, great story telling that appeals to all ages. Even better, it would have Bluth's style of animation in CGI. If Pixar does this, then the animation fans of the world will love both parties even more.
The reason why his films declined after All Dogs Go to Heaven was because he suffered depression after Judith Barsi was murdered.When this troper found out that Judith Barsi died before All Dogs Go To Heaven was released, he began to wonder if this may have affected Don Bluth as well.
Bluth sued both Universal and MGM for making sequels to his 1980s movies.He's had it with all this. He wanted to get the rights to his movies back from these studios.