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#49 - Yo mate are you getting Dark Souls 3 for PC?  [+] (1 new reply) 03/25/2016 on Insightful Reading Ep. 1 0
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#70 - hankhillofthe (03/25/2016) [-]
I don't have the money for it :'(
#35 - The **** are you talking about? You don't "flex" wit…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/22/2016 on Tornado vs School gym +1
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#45 - SirMartin (03/22/2016) [-]
flexibility > solid
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#38 - cdsams (03/22/2016) [-]
That's what flex means; you need to bend not resist.
#21 - Just watched it this afternoon. Good, would've liked the p…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/20/2016 on How does she knoooow +9
#25 - karroll (03/20/2016) [-]
I like the original plot conceptually, and I think it adds more charm to the actual plot, but I trust Disney to make to the right choice when it comes to a good movie.

As result, Zootopia, from an analytical standpoint is now my favorite movie, and I haven't changed my favorite movie in over 6 years.
Also the animation was absolutely mindfuckingly incredible.

I'm also biased towards this movie, because I grew up a Disney kid, with Disneyland being my figurative backyard. Lion King and Jungle Book were my two favorite movies as a kid and I watched them on repeat for a long time.

I felt that Zootopia was a great call back to that style with a modern edge, both in terms of the movie's setting and actual writing style and thematic elements.

And Damn, just the sheer amount of fucking detail. I'm still finding new things and hearing new jokes. Even the details, such as the fact that both Nick and Judy both have black fur on the tips of their ears makes me squee with delight. Attention to detail that can only be accomplished by the geniuses at Disney.

Fuuuck, I love this movie.
#51 - anon (03/20/2016) [-]
Something I loved about zootopia was the polished detail on the animation. When they are in the limo with the polar bears, I could see the street light reflection go off the bear's ring as the light went by their car.
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#55 - karroll (03/20/2016) [-]
Yeah, the lighting was incredible!

I haven't been able to find a good quality video or even gif of it yet, but when they first enter the Rainforest district and they cross the bridge at Tjunga, there are water droplets all over the soaking bridge. With the moonlight reflecting off each individual drop separately, and the water falling off of the bridge, it must have taken hours to render that second long shot. It was fucking beautiful.

I also payed note to the use of depth of field in some scenes. I'm aware it''s a common practice in movies but I couldn't help but notice the genius in its uses during the movie. I feel like the more I study this movie the more I learn about the process involved in such a large and polished production.

For years I've considered working into an imagineer position somewhere in Disney, because I just love all of the creative critical thinking involved. I'm not sure I could be happier at any other job, were I to get it.

Dreams will only continue to be dreams as long as I don't act though, and I feel that I'm passionate enough about that field that I can really make some effective steps into that field.

(continues to ramble)
#43 - anon (03/20/2016) [-]
What was your favourite movie before Zootopia?
#47 - karroll (03/20/2016) [-]
It'll sound dumb, but soley because of the world, it was Avatar (James Cameron). While I know most people really don't care for it, the world of pandora and the sci fi aspects really inspired me and helped me learn what kind of fantasy elements I really enjoyed. While it was never the best movie I had ever seen, it was a landmark for me and it helped shape my tastes for the future.

It's stupid, I know but I did place value in it, and I still study it on occasion due to it's success, because James Cameron is incredible as a director. The story is basically just a sci fi Pocahontas though. So I totally understand why some people hate it.

In the end, Zootopia is perfectly entertaining in every way to me, and I love the movie in all its being. With Avatar it helped develop my tastes, but Zootopia spoke to my preferences instead.

I can't wait to get the Blu-ray and I've already ordered the soundtrack and art book.

(I may be obsessed at this point)
#56 - anon (03/20/2016) [-]
That's cool, man I enjoy Avatar too
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#180 - I got to deal with my folks coming out of a colonoscopy the ot…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/09/2016 on Zootopia 0
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#181 - totallytito (03/09/2016) [-]
PFFFFF that's mentally scarring and hilarious!
#50 - It will never go away 03/08/2016 on Zootopia +2
#6 - This is basically traced from that Pecos Bill musical number t… 03/08/2016 on Lethal Weapon +1
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