The Brave Little Toaster GGI remake.:

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51 Shota2nd Oct 2012 06:08:45 AM , Relationship Status: Dancing with myself
[up][up]That would have been a long title.

[up]All the cartoons have no reason to be in this special aside from popularity, really.
52 Sijo2nd Oct 2012 07:50:02 AM from Puerto Rico
Hmm...
Man, you people got to see fun films at school! All we got here were boring edutainment stuff, like one with talking vitamins... -_-
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We watched a lot of edutainment, too, but most of it was cool edutainment, like Magic School Bus, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and Newtons Apple.
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54 DiurnalBrocolli2nd Oct 2012 02:47:17 PM from The Sunken Wawanakwa Island (SEND HELP!) , Relationship Status: Seeking boyfriend-free girl
Er, what?
Now that I think about it, a remake of All Stars to the Rescue would host various popular toons, like the peeps from Gravity Falls, Phineas and Ferb, ONE of the characters from Total Drama that ISN'T Duncan... Um... Rigby and Mordecai, Finn and Jake...

Anyways, BACK TO TOPIC!

...I wonder how they'll handle that nightmare firefighter clown?
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55 Shota2nd Oct 2012 03:53:49 PM , Relationship Status: Dancing with myself
[up][up]My science teacher showed us both of those and more! Fun times!
56 QuarterDollar19th Oct 2012 09:01:37 AM from The Unknown , Relationship Status: watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
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If this is a real thing, I am going to MURDER EVERY SINGLE MEMBER OF THIS MOVIE'S TEAM. RIP. THEM. TO. BITS.

My childhood is in severe danger of being ruined forever. Just...why? Why would you do something like this? sad
58 LostAnarchist19th Oct 2012 11:39:27 AM from Neo Arcadia Itself
Violence Is Necessary!
[up][up]I'm holding you to that, then - if only to show ME there is justice in the world... As for alll due seriousness on this, I couldn't care less - as long as it's not relaeased in theatres, I'll stick to tracking down these movies and watching them myself.

Besides, I usually avoid most CGI stuff, unless I hear nothing but goosd shit about it, anyway - this sounds like another inevitable failure, not "because it's CGI and CGI is evil"(whcih is BS, IMO), but mainly due to NOT striking when the property was iron hot...

But seriously, I almost don't blame you... ALMOST.

edited 19th Oct '12 11:42:19 AM by LostAnarchist

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59 NapoleonDeCheese19th Oct 2012 11:44:36 AM from Valencia, Venezuela
Happy 75th Birthday!
I have no problems with CGI itself, but with how the studios and audiences only focus on it kicking traditional animation into a well. Both types of animation should coexist fairly, but the world is stupid.
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60 LostAnarchist19th Oct 2012 12:04:21 PM from Neo Arcadia Itself
Violence Is Necessary!
[up]It's like someone I listen to elsewhere when it comes to animation - It would take a 2D success at the box office or two for the issue of film equality in this regard to get back into gear. Trust me...
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I am a bit late about this. I am not happy about hearing this. This is one of my favorite animated movies, and to see it bastardized for the modern audiences.

If people saw Winnie the pooh over the smurfs this wouldn't have happened. To all the people who saw the smurfs over pooh, fuck you. Your one of the many reasons why 2D animation has its foot in the grave. I will be avoiding this like the plaque once this is released. I wont be surprised if they take out the moral of the original story in this.
Harry Potter (the LAST Harry Potter) was released on the same day as Winnie-The-Pooh. As said here before: Disney marketers are monkeys.
63 DiurnalBrocolli19th Oct 2012 02:40:44 PM from The Sunken Wawanakwa Island (SEND HELP!) , Relationship Status: Seeking boyfriend-free girl
Er, what?
You bet... Take a wild guess when Wreck It Ralph is coming out...

Yeah, I highly doubt Ralph can wreck a lame-o vampire, however, even on his baddest day.
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64 Mort0819th Oct 2012 02:46:29 PM from Oklahoma , Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
Pirate AND writer!
We should take the different demographics into account. Twilight isn't being marketed to kids as much as things like Avatar, Chipmunks and HP were, and it's certainly not being marketed to video game fans.

Heck, I think Bolt got released against the first movie, and I'm pretty sure it did okay. -does research-

It had to deal with Quantum of Solace, too? My God, how stupid are these people?

edited 19th Oct '12 2:49:40 PM by Mort08

65 PippingFool19th Oct 2012 03:44:15 PM from Sydney, The Vivid City , Relationship Status: Getting away with murder
HIL to stop worring an- HONK
Again

Monkeys in the advertising Department
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66 QuarterDollar19th Oct 2012 04:03:26 PM from The Unknown , Relationship Status: watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
One Quarter of a Dollar
Why release this in CGI, anyways? It wasn't all that popular to begin with. Just, what's going through people's heads when they decide that it's a good idea to do stuff like this?

Still mourning the death of my childhood.
[up] Maybe they're thinking that they'll break new ground and become the next Pixar. Hey, it probably won't happen, but we all have our dreams! grin

I have to admit that I'm curious to see what the characters would look like in CGI. smile
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68 Shota20th Oct 2012 09:14:22 AM , Relationship Status: Dancing with myself
Wreck-It Ralph is up against......... Hotel Transylvania? I do not consider that a strong competitor. For one thing, it's already been out in theaters for 4 weeks.

Now, if they had released it against a Twilight movie...
69 DiurnalBrocolli20th Oct 2012 04:48:38 PM from The Sunken Wawanakwa Island (SEND HELP!) , Relationship Status: Seeking boyfriend-free girl
Er, what?
The next Twilight is scheduled for November...
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70 Shota20th Oct 2012 07:42:37 PM , Relationship Status: Dancing with myself
November when?
71 0dd120th Oct 2012 08:24:39 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
As mentioned, though, they both have very different audiences, so I don't think Disney needs to worry about that at least.
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72 LostAnarchist20th Oct 2012 08:31:27 PM from Neo Arcadia Itself
Violence Is Necessary!
[up] Yes. They. DO! Trust me.
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73 0dd120th Oct 2012 08:33:08 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
[up]Why. The. SHATNERIAN! Speech there?

edited 20th Oct '12 8:33:43 PM by 0dd1

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74 NapoleonDeCheese20th Oct 2012 08:37:26 PM from Valencia, Venezuela
Happy 75th Birthday!
Ralph has the cameo appeal going for it, plus I'd say videogames are a bigger hook for kids nowadays than classic movie monsters.
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75 0dd120th Oct 2012 08:39:42 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
classic movie monsters.
*snort*
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