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Times Staff WriterPrepare to be astonished by "Spirited Away." Written and directed by one of the world's master animators, Japan's Hayao Miyazaki, this visual wonder is the product of a fierce and fearless imagination whose creations are unlike any you've seen before....
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWe've suspected it for some time, but "Finding Nemo" all but makes it official: With five successes out of five attempts, Pixar Animation Studios is now the most reliable creative force in Hollywood. Perhaps not since Preston Sturges made seven classic...
Baltimore Sun Movie CriticOnly an "m" separates Neo, the hero of The Matrix Reloaded, and Nemo, the hero of Finding Nemo, but an ocean of vitality and exuberance divides the Matrix sequel from the Pixar studio's latest work of computer-animation genius. Finding Nemo marks the...
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The Hartford CourantBetween the end of summer and the edge of winter and the holiday season, the movies shrink. The budgets are lower; the weekend totals dip. As young acolytes await the second coming of Harry Potter on Nov. 15 and older fans count the days until Pierce...
Times Staff WriterSix for six and counting. The streak goes on. In an unparalleled run powered by sheer inventiveness and a special kind of skill, Pixar Animation Studios, an organization that has yet to come up short with either the public or the critics, has done it one...
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Los Angeles TimesIn the beginning, there was Snow White. Walt Disney's lovely songbird made history in 1937, debuting in Hollywood's first movie-length cartoon. It was an instant creative and financial sensation. Today, 65 years later, her legacy will take center stage...
Tags: Sony Corp., Movies, Cartoons, Entertainment, Tom Hanks
Times Film CriticWho doesn't remember the scary monster in the closet, the heartless beast who terrorized us when we were small and very much alone? But where did it come from, how did it pass the time during off hours, and what was it doing in our closet in the first...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday November 22, 1995 Guilt. Envy. Nervous breakdowns and rampant neuroses. If you've ever thought that toys had an easy life, "Toy Story" will set you straight. Although its computer-generated imagery is impressive, the major surprise...
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