The Animation Show
A collection of the best short, animated films from across the world curated by Mike Judge and Don Hertzfeldt. This collection contains the shorts: Welcome to the Show - by Don Hertzfeldt, Mt Head (Atama Yama) - by Koji Yamamura, Brother - by Adam Elliot, Parking - by Bill Plympton, The Adventures of Ricardo - by Corky Quakenbush, Moving Illustrations of Machines - by Jeremy Solterbeck, La Course A L'Abime - by Georges Schwizgebel, Billy's Balloon - by Don Hertzfeldt, Cousin - by Adam Elliot, Cathedral (Katedra) - by Tomek Baginski, Intermission in the 3rd Dimension - by Don Hertzfeldt, Fifty Percent Grey - by Ruari Robinson, Uncle - by Adam Elliot, Early Pencil Tests and Other Experiments - by Mike Judge, Aria - by Pjotr Sapegin, Bathtime in Clerkenwell - by Aleksy Budovski, The Rocks (Das Rad) - by Chris Stenner and Heidi Wittlinger, The End of the Show - by Don Hertzfeldt
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(ru) wrote: InSight is a thriller in similar vein as iconic Alfred Hitchcock films, or the classic Twilight Zone TV episodes. However; InSight very much has it's own unique approach to unraveling it's perplexing mysteries. The film boasts an impressive cast, all of whom certainly do not disappoint. Kaitlyn, an ER nurse who is tending to a stabbing victim by the name of Allison Parks (Angeline-Rose Troy), gets accidentally electrocuted by the defibrillator that is used in an effort to save the woman's life. Almost immediately Kaitlyn starts to experience the victim's memories. Kaitlyn turns to family, friends, and the police, but no one takes her claims seriously. She decides that she must take it upon herself to try to solve the crime. Natalie Zea (Justified, Dirty Sexy Money) plays the resolute and distressed Kaitlyn. Zea realistically conveys the characters emotions and actions. It's easy to enjoy Zea's noteworthy performance in this film. Kaitlyn not only takes on the task of solving who murdered Alison Parks, but she also provides in home care to her cancer stricken mother Patricia (Veronica Cartwright). Kaitlyn winds up partnering up with Detective Peter Rafferty who is assigned to investigate Allison Park's murder. Detective Peter Rafferty is played by the talented Sean Patrick Flanery of Powder and Boondock Saints I & II fame. Flanery gives a solid performance as the over-worked, yet compassionate Detective Rafferty. Rafferty gets to show his tough side as well when he "questions" Allison's stalker-esque ex-boyfriend Stephen Geiger who is played by actor-musician Thomas Ian Nicholas of the T.I.N Men. Detective Rafferty's offbeat and tactless partner Detective Canto (Max Perlich) is against Rafferty's use of Kaitlyn's visions to solve the case and makes what seems to be a spiteful action by reporting him to their superiors. Max Perlich happened to have one bloodshot eye during filming, giving the Canto character an even more peculiar vibe about him. Christopher Lloyd plays Shep, Allison's creepy neighbor with such proficiency; I definitely can no longer think of him solely as the guy who played the bumbling scientist in the Back To The Future trilogy. Equally suspicious is the unsavory psychiatrist character of Dr. Graham Barrett played by Adam Baldwin. Barrett turns out to be more than just Allison Park's former psychiatrist as they were having an illicit affair with one another. As an aside to my readers who are fans of director Joss Whedon's works ... it was sort of like a mini Joss Whedon-verse reunion, with Juliet Landu who played the vampire Drusilla and Max Perlich who played Whistler (for two episodes) on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and Adam Baldwin who was in episodes of both Joss' series Angel and Firefly. InSight's pace doesn't let up for a single moment and even speeds up as the film goes into it's final stretch. As I followed each twist and turn in an attempt to piece together Kaitlyn's visions, I still was left guessing who was Allison Park's murderer. The script is craftily devised to keep people on the edge of their seats guessing until the end, and even then the ending is a surprising twist with it being "open to some interpretation". I won't give away any hints as to what the surprise ending is, you'll definitely have to go see the film for yourself. It is next to impossible to believe that InSight was filmed in a mere fifteen days. Richard Gabai and his camera, sound and lighting crews adeptly and efficiently utilized their extensive collaborative experiences to bring this thought-provoking thriller to life. InSight's production values are highly exceptional for an independent film. Without a doubt, InSight stands as a solid model of what independent films should be in regards to a quality end product that viewers will be satisfied watching.
(mx) wrote: This is yet another unique and fun animated film by Blue Sky Studios (Ice Age, Rio). I grew up enjoying it enough during my elementary years and I would still consider it a pretty good one that features a mechanical world with the classic style of toy robots. For it??s theme especially, it has a good story about an individual that never gives up on his dream. With unique fun characters featuring some top actors (especially Williams and Brooks) fun visuals, and a decent plot, this one is a pretty good keeper for kids and adults that love that kooky animation.
(it) wrote: Great follow up but the first was better
(ag) wrote: Pretty good John Wayne disaster movie. One of the early films of this genre, and it William Wellman does a great job telling it. Great cinematography.
(ca) wrote: Amid the slew of great sci-fi that's come out in the last few years, this little gem seems to have gotten lost in the shuffle. Europa Report manages to blend hard science fiction with the thrills of a haunted house adventure, often brilliantly. Europa Report is a found-footage film, which doesn't usually bode well. But the technique makes sense in this film, even if the reason is not apparent at the very beginning. This combined with the nonlinear narrative and some innovative scene transitions manages to keep you engaged the whole time. It allows some of the common tropes of the horror genre to be used effectively, without asking the audience to shut their brains off. In fact, this movie very much wants the audience to think. Rather than fantastical scientific jargon that's muttered quickly, this movie is about scientists talking science. Europa Report asks some very intriguing questions about a galaxy not so far away. The explanations, the convincing performances and the breathtaking terrain lead to a film that feels very real, which only adds to the thrill. The only complaint I would launch at this flick is that sometimes it doesn't know what it wants to be. The two genres of hard sci-fi and horror blend together very well, but occasionally the story gets lost in the lab and gives us too much time to calm down from the last big moment. And it could be said that the found footage doesn't give the audience enough chances to feel the fear of these overconfident astronauts. But none of that is enough to ruin Europa Report. The premise is exciting, the execution is original and the ending pays off. Space is terrifying again.
(us) wrote: Recommend as this is a precursor to the religious wars of today, what goes around comes around. History now repeating itself after mankind not having learned it's lesson. Great story of a man who lived his faith & laid his life down in aid of his arab brothers & sisters in the face of greedy & selfish pols & crazy fanatics. Sir Larry gives a credible performance as the Mahdi & the rest a stellar cast w/Heston as our hero, guess no English actor up to the task!
(nl) wrote: The story of this episode is, although sad, really beautiful. I strongly recommend this film. They did a good job in telling how and why the young Anakin became Darth Vader. The movie is able to make you feel empathy for Vader, feel his pain, understand the road he eventually took.
(mx) wrote: A great big plodder, Joffe's quasi religious biopic-cum-war epic is unfocused and undercooked. Sure, we have an all star cast, solid production values and a moving score, but the attempt to balance these two sides just doesn't work. What does it say when the life of a religious icon, the main plot no less, is less interesting than the time and nation it's set in?
(mx) wrote: to all the teachers who changed each one of our lives.