The Pixar Story

The Pixar Story

A look at the first years of Pixar Animation Studios - from the success of "Toy Story" and Pixar's promotion of talented people, to the building of its East Bay campus, the company's relationship with Disney, and its remarkable initial string of eight hits. The contributions of John Lasseter, Ed Catmull and Steve Jobs are profiled. The decline of two-dimensional animation is chronicled as three-dimensional animation rises. Hard work and creativity seem to share the screen in equal proportions.

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Annettes R (it) wrote: Lizzie Borden movie was boring so I couldn't watch to the end. The Lizzie Borden Chronicles on Netflix was full of drama. Someone was murdered in almost every episode. I would give that 4 stars. I didn't care for the loud music and it didn't seem right.

Kevin S (ag) wrote: One of the worst zombie movies ever! It looks like it was filmed on a camcorder and where was the special effects department? When the soldiers fire their weapons they make a "pwew pwew" sound. I don't know whether to laugh or cry. The plot involves 3 soldiers who have been seperated from their platoon, they manage to make their way to a house which is occupied by 3 scared women, one of whom refuses to speak to anyone! One of the soliders has long hair and wears eyeliner - he looks like a drummer from a rock band. And that's it really, they attempt to defend the house from the zombie platoon.Another zombie movie made for $70? This time I can believe it.

Chao X (jp) wrote: EM Forster and Brokeback Mountain in early 1900s England.

Michael W (it) wrote: Unique and delightful - even after 35 years

Tim S (ru) wrote: Captain Kronos: The Vampire Hunter was Hammer Studios' attempt at doing something different with their horror films. Looking back at that timeframe, there was everything starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, and then there was everything else that could either stink or rise above mediocre to bad. This movie manages to do the latter by mixing horror with swashbuckling, and pretty successfully. I can't call it a masterpiece by any means, but it's pretty engaging and the idea is pretty cool in and of itself. Most of the people in it are Hammer's minor alumni (as well as Amicus'), but they still give it their all. And, of course, there's the lovely Caroline Munro. Above all, it's a fun and well-made movie that's not quite perfect, but good enough.

Jeffrey A (ca) wrote: Decent yet story could have been better

Christopher B (gb) wrote: This just wasn't very funny.