Re: No Spoilers: Talking about THE INCREDIBLES?
- Steve Sloan wrote:
> > There's still time for them to slap together a car movie,Alberto Monteiro wrote:
> > before Pixar's car movie comes out next year. That would
> > fit a pattern, where Dreamworks only copies *every other*
> > Pixar movie.
> > Pixar Dreamworks
> > ----- ----------
> > A Bug's Life Antz
> > Monsters, Inc. [skipped]
> Couldn't _Shrek_ count as the homolog of _Monsters, Inc._ ?I hadn't thought about it, but it's possible. I don't think MI
and Shrek are as similar to each other as the examples I gave,
but they do have things in common. Both present a story from
the sympathetic monster's viewpoint, and both feature a big
guy and his perky little sidekick. I probably didn't think of
Shrek as an example because, unlike the other Dreamworks movies
I listed, I really like Shrek. I don't *want* it to be just
another possible ripoff of a Pixar movie -- even if all that
means is that they heard about Monsters, Inc., then chose to
adapt Shrek from the original book because it was kinda similar.
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- On Jan 1, 2005, at 5:17 PM, Steve Sloan wrote:
> I probably didn't think ofWell, possibly because it's about the only Dreamworks hack that didn't
> Shrek as an example because, unlike the other Dreamworks movies
> I listed, I really like Shrek.
suck. It was legitimately entertaining. It was clever, it presented a
common idea from a new perspective, and it had some genuinely emotional
moments as well.
Shrek II, on the other hand, was a stanky a dog turd as any what was
ever squeezed from the sphincter of a manged mutt.
Warren Ockrassa, Publisher/Editor, nightwares Books
Current work in progress "The Seven-Year Mirror"
- This should have gone out last time...
> Warren Ockrassa <warren@...> wrote:<snip>
> Deborah Harrell wrote:
> > Saw it this week - loved it!...Vhen can ve dhoo lunch...? ;)
> > And where can I get such a versatile,
> >well-tailored suit?! ;}
> From E, dahling, vhere else?
What a hoot this character is!
who got to put on a fake British accent twice last
week, for costumed horse rides (Darby's contribution
to the 'show' was flying lead changes every stride for
a while - oh, he was strutting his stuff!) :D
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