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I have yet to see the final season of Korra but apparently they used it to make Korra a lesbian with some plot/easter egg machination.

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Not that there's anything wrong with that.

Of course, my only issue, and I'm not alone, is that it seemed awfully shoehorned into the narrative. Kind of like the old Lethal Weapon quip about the shirt being pretty farming thin.
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The Boxtrolls. Another fantastic film from Laika. It's gorgeous and more action than comedy compared to their previous work in Paranorman. It's just a beautiful sight to to behold. These guys are masters in the old school stop animation. I might even be more excited about their work than Pixar. The kid followed right along with the plot, figured out the bad guys, knew the good guys, and was blown away in the final scenes. Personally Paranorman is a bit more for me due to the subject but the Boxtrolls is still worth a blind buy for the visuals alone.
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The Boxtrolls. Another fantastic film from Laika. It's gorgeous and more action than comedy compared to their previous work in Paranorman. It's just a beautiful sight to to behold. These guys are masters in the old school stop animation. I might even be more excited about their work than Pixar. The kid followed right along with the plot, figured out the bad guys, knew the good guys, and was blown away in the final scenes. Personally Paranorman is a bit more for me due to the subject but the Boxtrolls is still worth a blind buy for the visuals alone.

Didn't mind BOXTROLLS and like yourself I enjoy the stop motion work.


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The Boxtrolls. Another fantastic film from Laika. It's gorgeous and more action than comedy compared to their previous work in Paranorman. It's just a beautiful sight to to behold. These guys are masters in the old school stop animation. I might even be more excited about their work than Pixar. The kid followed right along with the plot, figured out the bad guys, knew the good guys, and was blown away in the final scenes. Personally Paranorman is a bit more for me due to the subject but the Boxtrolls is still worth a blind buy for the visuals alone.
Very nice! This release kind of snuck up on me as I have been preoccupied with other endeavors for my youngest. Finally, noticed this at Target and almost blind bought it, but my youngest is nine and getting out of the multiple viewing stage. Used to be, darn near anything I bought she would watch a handful of times before moving on. I'd get a family viewing out of it, and then extended entertainment for her. But now she is mostly one and done and more into Minecraft for personal video entertainment. So, I am shifting more towards Netflix, unless we have a kids viewing party planned, or I know we have to have it.

Still, looking forward to this and Book of Life.

Last night we did Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Iconic, older movies can be hit and miss with my kids. Star Wars was surprisingly a miss but they enjoyed Indy!

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NF won't have The Boxtrolls until Feb. 18th. Book of Life looks really good to me. Anyone seen it? Wondering if it's worth a blind buy.

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Very nice! This release kind of snuck up on me as I have been preoccupied with other endeavors for my youngest. Finally, noticed this at Target and almost blind bought it, but my youngest is nine and getting out of the multiple viewing stage. Used to be, darn near anything I bought she would watch a handful of times before moving on. I'd get a family viewing out of it, and then extended entertainment for her. But now she is mostly one and done and more into Minecraft for personal video entertainment. So, I am shifting more towards Netflix, unless we have a kids viewing party planned, or I know we have to have it.

Still, looking forward to this and Book of Life.

Last night we did Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Iconic, older movies can be hit and miss with my kids. Star Wars was surprisingly a miss but they enjoyed Indy!
Lol. My kids are hooked on Clash of Clans and Madden Mobile. They're like zombies on their iPads. I'm so close to introducing their electronics to Mr. Hammer. And I don't mean MC.
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NF won't have The Boxtrolls until Feb. 18th. Book of Life looks really good to me. Anyone seen it? Wondering if it's worth a blind buy.
Bluray.com gave it four stars for movie rating...

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Very nice! This release kind of snuck up on me as I have been preoccupied with other endeavors for my youngest. Finally, noticed this at Target and almost blind bought it, but my youngest is nine and getting out of the multiple viewing stage. Used to be, darn near anything I bought she would watch a handful of times before moving on. I'd get a family viewing out of it, and then extended entertainment for her. But now she is mostly one and done and more into Minecraft for personal video entertainment. So, I am shifting more towards Netflix, unless we have a kids viewing party planned, or I know we have to have it.

Still, looking forward to this and Book of Life.

Last night we did Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Iconic, older movies can be hit and miss with my kids. Star Wars was surprisingly a miss but they enjoyed Indy!
Mine actually watched Temple of Doom with me last week. We've yet to do SW.
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Book Of Life looks awesome I will definitely blind buy it.


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Watched The Book of Life last night, amazing detailed animation. Cute story, nothing earth shaking but fully entertaining. Recommended.

Followed it up with The Mask of Zorro for a complete Hispanic themed evening.

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Watched The Book of Life last night, amazing detailed animation. Cute story, nothing earth shaking but fully entertaining. Recommended.

Followed it up with The Mask of Zorro for a complete Hispanic themed evening.
Good music choices and that art style is amazing.
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Sat down yesterday last night with the wee girl and fired up Disney's The Black Cauldron and Yellow Dog. Cauldron is one of those darker flicks Disney threw out on the 80's. It's really quite good and the kid was entertained enough to do a repeat today. I'd love for Disney to pick the series back up and cash in on the high fantasy wave but I know that won't happen. Yellow Dog is a boy vs wild story about a boy and his dog getting shipwrecked and having to survive. It's still a fantasy of mine to get lost like that. The kid was reasonably into the live action and had lots of questions. Both are really clean and portray mild peril with Cauldron being the more scary of the two with the skeleton zombie army thing.


It was a refreshing break from Super Why and Wonder Pets which are her current favorites. Luckily her favorites change about every two weeks.
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The Gruffalo and the sequel The Gruffalo's Child are two short but fantastic little stories. The three year old followed along and really liked them. The animation is gorgeous and the score is perfect. Highly recommended. Both are on Netflix Instant.


Let's add Room on the Broom for a trilogy of fantastic little shorts.

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In the last week or so we got in The Book of Life, Hero 6 and Boxtrolls. Interesting to me how similar in quality they were. My kids liked all three pretty evenly. Usually, one stands out from the rest but, this year, would be hard to point to a clear "best" movie.

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Put Zathura in last night and it kept the kid engaged. She would hide from the Zorgons and that robot. Good times. Sadly Jumanji did not grab her as fast. It's slower to start and doesn't really kick in until the boy starts turning into a monkey. Zathura gets right to it and grabbed the kid in the first 30 minutes.
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Disney's 1999 Tarzan has found its way into the last week or so. A first time view for me reveals stunning animation and the soundtrack is really good too. I'm not a huge Phil Collins fan but this work is great. The kid instantly picked up on the fact that gorillas were taking in a human because the "mean tiger" scared his mommy and daddy away. She even caught the tea set from Beauty and the Beast making a cameo in the human camp. For me I really liked it but it is marred by Rosie O'Donnell wrecking Tarzan's young ape friend Terk. She is a disgusting human and I couldn't tune her out. I should invent a way to remove audio and replace it with someone else.
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Song of the Sea is fantastic. As much as I liked all the Oscar noms in the animation dept some really great stuff was shafted.
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My girls (5.5 and just turned 3) loved "Dolphin Tale", an "inspired by a true story" movie about a rescued dolphin who they put a prosthetic tail on. It's a cute movie, starring some unknown kid actors, Harry Connick Jr, Morgan Freeman, and Ashley Judd.

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The last 2 weeks or so have been all about Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs and the sequel. Lots of fun and bright visuals in these batshirt crazy little movies. The art team on this flick went all out, it's overflowing with details and writing is decent as well. They "force feed" a lot puns about food and the kid loves that.
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Took a chance and rented The Great Bear and thought it was ok. Some slightly dark subject matter had me wondering if I was about to be questioned about death and such. It portrays a big bad hunter bent on destroying a giant bear in a slightly magical forest. So you have guns and shooting which I understand can be a trigger for some. The basic plot is two siblings get lost in the dark forest and befriend the bear and then need to save it from the evil terrible outdoorsman guy. I'd say it skews a bit older than my nearly 4 year old but she still watched it and was caught up in the story. The animation is pretty good and there are several beautiful scenes but the strong points were the sibling dialogue it was presented pretty realistically.
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