Re: Fantastic Planet
- I love this film! I just got a commercial copy
during KatsuCon and was thinking of offering it up too.
<tips hat to Eric><br><br>Imagine a Heironamous
Bosch (sp?) painting come to life. It's a very cerebral
film and definitely takes some patience to
watch.<br><br>Aaaahhhh....I remember when USA Network ran "Night Flight" late
nights on the weekends. Every show they'd do a
'Take-Off' to a particular subject and every couple of
months they'd focus on animation. That's how I came
across Fantastic Planet, Rock & Rule, other classic
animated shorts and other oddities I can only describe
face-to-face. Sigh...those were the days. :)<br><br>I, for one,
will heartily throw in my vote for "Fantastic Planet"
but I'd recommend it fall at the end of the viewing
night. Some people might not wanna sit through it. Their
loss though.<br><br>And since we're offering up
UNUSUAL suggestions, I'd like to recommend another rarely
seen piece by the name of "Twice Upon A Time". It's a
uniquely stylized movie that was produced by Lucasfilms in
the early 80's. Very funny and rather
bizzare.<br><br>Enough ranting...FOR NOW!!! BWAAAA HAAA HAAA
HAAA!!!<br><br>Till then, be seeing you...<br>Brian &
Malak<br><br>p.s.: Hey Craig! Could you clarify your last message?
You kinda lost me. Thanks.
- hey Hazen and Adam, can you guys e-mail me at
winno3@...<br>I need to get all the details for Katsucon and the
hotel room. <br>And I also need to get a ride, can
anybody give me a ride? I'll be at UD, so it's on the
way. I can give directions on how to get to my dorm.
<br><br>1 More thing, the UD anime club is starting up, i'm
the VP, and there is a very good chance that we may
be holding screenings of FUNimation's new releases,
FUNimation is the company that released the Dragon Ball
series, and some new releases are: Lupin, Fruits Basket,
and Yu Yu Hakusho. <br>Are we still having the club
meeting next weekend? I sure hope so. If not, i'll see
you guys at Katsucon!