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Comedy Blogs

DAY & NIGHT (2010) (****)

This endlessly clever short is one of the best produced by Pixar. Teddy Newton’s film features two 2D characters with a CG world alive in their bodies. One represents day and the other night. When Night sees the beautiful women sunbathing by the pool inside Day, a howl of jealousy bellows from him. He tries to take what day has, but every attempt shows that things that go on in the light are not the same in the dark.

Comedy Blogs

TOY STORY 3 (2010) (****)

Director Lee Unkrich and the entire Pixar team have found a fitting conclusion to the TOY STORY trilogy. It is worthy to stand by the masterpieces that came before it. The story deals with many of the same issues the previous films did, but extends them organically. The first film was Woody dealing with the possibility of being replaced as owner Andy's favorite. The second film was about what it means to be a toy. Now the third film deals with the existential question of what does it mean to be the toy of a child who has outgrown toys.

Imax Headline News

Green Hornet to be Released in IMAX 3D on Jan. 14, 2011

IMAX Corporation (Nasdaq:IMAX) (TSX:IMX) and Sony Pictures Releasing announced today that The Green Hornet, the highly anticipated adaptation of the radio and television masked superhero character will be released to IMAX theatres, simultaneously with the film's wide domestic 2D and 3D release on January 14, 2011.

Mattel Headline News

Green Lantern Merchandise Strategy Announced

Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) announced today a landmark year ahead for DC Comics and master toy licensee Mattel, led by programs in support of summer 2011's Green Lantern from Warner Bros. Pictures.

Effects Headline News

Cinesite brings Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time to Life

Cinesite, one of the leading film visual effects houses, has completed more than 280 shots on the new Walt Disney Pictures/Jerry Bruckheimer Films movie, /Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time/

Blogs

Where are the standards? How come the film industry is always behind in adopting and creating new developments?

How come that every cheapo 100-Dollar point-and-shoot digital still camera automatically records EXIF data (metadata) about lens size, F-Stop, etc., and I can put any autofocus lens on every 500-Dollar SLR camera out there, and it does the same, but the 20/50/180,000-Dollar (or the I'm-so-expensive-you-can-only-rent-me) digital film cameras don't have that?

Million Headline News

Alice In Wonderland Reaches Exclusive $1B Global Box Office Club

Tim Burton’s epic fantasy adventure “Disney’s Alice in Wonderland” reached a historic milestone today, passing the $1 billion dollar mark in global box office.

Dreamworks Headline News

HP Technology Helps DreamWorks Bring Shrek Forever After in 3-D to Life

The power of HP technology and the creativity of DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. (Nasdaq: DWA) fuse once again as the studio’s final chapter to the Shrek film series, “Shrek Forever After,” hits theatres Friday in 3-D.

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