The Beach Boys vs. The Beatles – My Take

Is it a decades-old question? Is it the debate to end all debates in the world of music? One thing is for certain... I haven't heard the end of it for years, and I'm not very old. I'm, in fact, a 25-year-old music lover. Who am I to talk about the music of the 1960s, … Continue reading The Beach Boys vs. The Beatles – My Take

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‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ – An Animation Thesis…

My next pick for animation thesis isn't an all-animated film, but it contains a lot of animation... Pure animation, too. Not VFX trickery and lifelike creations. Who Framed Roger Rabbit... A Walt Disney Pictures/Amblin Entertainment film released under Disney's Touchstone banner, spearheaded by Back to the Future trilogy¬†director Robert Zemeckis and executive producer Steven Spielberg, … Continue reading ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ – An Animation Thesis…

The Odd Parallels Between Disney’s Animation and The Beach Boys…

Maybe I'm totally reaching with this, but I'm gonna go for it... Disney Animation and The Beach Boys are very similar to each other... Like, really similar. Both are American, both have hailed from California, and both are as iconic as baseball, apple pie, and the red, white, and blue. Both also are more than … Continue reading The Odd Parallels Between Disney’s Animation and The Beach Boys…

‘The Thief and the Cobbler’ – Another Animation Thesis

Weeks back, I wrote about how Walt Disney's 75-year-old animated feature film Bambi not only holds up, but is an animation thesis that argues why animation is an incredible medium. Some of animation's most special qualities are rather ignored today in the world of American mainstream animation, as we are pelted year after year with … Continue reading ‘The Thief and the Cobbler’ – Another Animation Thesis