I can't say I'm surprised Klaus didn't win best picture, since money is power and all, though I am surprised it was Toy Story 4 that won instead of Frozen 2. Not that 4 was bad by any means, but compared to other films it's not that spectacular. But again... $$$
Ever heard the expressions "The less you know the more you sleep at night?" Well apperantly that's pretty much the antithesis of my prediciment since I started clases again, and watched the new season of Young Justice, the more I know the less I sleep :/
https://youtu.be/OGaZr1-0O7o Hey if Wolverine can be rated-R, and if Harley Quinn can get an R-rated animated series, plus if John Bloddy Constantine can be in Justice League Action, I can't see why Deadpool can't be PG-13.
There's no such thing as a "Kids Movie." Sure there are animated movies that are intended to entertain kids, hence the phrase, but for the most part at least it's actually the adults that get a kick out of them, they just don't know that.
You know it's usually said that art is subjective, or at least it's suppose to be subjective, but that's not really true; it's people that are subjective, since each individual one of us expresses our own preferences or opinions on art.
If there is any subjectiveness from art, it's usually out of how an artist interprets their work, and how the general spectator perceives said work.
I just realized something regarding the original Planet of the Apes films. In those movies, so far we've only seen what use to the northeastern United States (apply New York) and "The Forbidden Zone." So we never really got to see what the whole, actual planet itself was like! What was it like beyond The Forbidden Zone? Like what about the southeastern or the western US, or what about Canada or the rest of the world
Bella/Big from Polly Pocket reminds me of Big Barda from DC Superhero Girls 2015, being a physically strong character who's initially antagonistic before becoming a friend to the main characters, and showing a softer side. Rhona Rees even seems to channel a voice similar to Misty Lee. I know Shea Fontana developed both shows, but still.