Summer movie season has come and gone for 2015. Around this time of year people start looking forward to the primary Oscar competition, but we at LTBM would like to take a moment and reflect on the summer movies.
Review by Gene
Pixar Studios has one of the best reputations in the business for turning out original stories and endearing characters. They continue that trend with Inside Out, as the emotions of a young girl are brought to life and we watch the often hilarious, and sometimes heartwarming interactions between them. But does Inside Out hit the spot like so many other Pixar flicks? (Minor spoilers ahead)
Review by Amber
Once upon a time, there was a rat that loved to cook. Sounds plausible, right? But what appears to be an improbable premise is actually a moving story full of surprisingly deep life lessons. Place that in the hands of Pixar Animation studios and director Brad Bird, then add the illustrious voice talents of Ian Holm and Peter O’Toole, and the result is an award-winning animated gem for audience members of all ages.
I really love movies–from all different decades and genres and countries–so it was really tough (read “impossible and borderline painful”) to narrow this down from 50 to just 10. But here it goes: Continue Reading
Review by Elliott
Too much garbage in your face? There’s plenty of space out in space! BnL StarLiners leaving each day. We’ll clean up the mess while you’re away.
This is called farming! You kids are gonna grow all kinds of plants! Vegetable plants, pizza plants.
Back in 2008, Pixar put out it’s 9th feature film, about a lonely robot, left on earth to forever clean up garbage. After seeing this the first time, I sort of thought that the movie was trying to make some points about how man is destroying the earth, but I was wrong. Despite having some environmental themes, the goal of the director was to tell a story about a robot who, is left alone for hundreds of years, not knowing that it could stop doing what it was made to do.