Love or hate high tech

Mabelle 2022-04-20 09:01:40

The downside of 3D is that everything has been said,
and I always feel that no matter how perfect the technical support and the finer details are, it is no match for the sincere, clumsy but naive hand-painted heart. So I have to say that those few Horton's fantasy clips are what piqued my interest. As for the rest copying traditional texts and deliberately laughing at the end, I am afraid that they can only win the applause of children (in fact, this is not bad),
but the times No one can refuse the progress,
cheers helpless or sad? I can't tell the truth,
maybe 'Horton' is not worthy of this evaluation, but the few 3D movies I watched recently were not satisfactory, let's just give a general feeling.
PS The "nameless city" has satisfied most people's fantasies, including mine.

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Extended Reading
  • Amelia 2021-11-19 08:01:29

    At least I can't find any flaws, the whole is quite happy. But is it faintly comparing the different ways of thinking between science and religion? I think there is actually quite a lot of philosophy in it, and the western children's literature has already seen its depth.

  • Hoyt 2022-04-24 07:01:05

    It's hilarious and creative!

Horton Hears a Who! quotes

  • The Mayor of Who-ville: Horton is a giant elephant in the sky!

    [Everyone looks up]

    The Mayor of Who-ville: . Don't bother looking, he's invisible.

  • Heather: Horton! We've all got our own little clovers with worlds on them!

    Jessica: Mine is called Jessica-Land and everyone worships Queen Jessica because Jessica is so beautiful!

    Katie: In my world,everyone's a pony nad they all eat rainbows-and poop butterflies!