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A Veggie Burger from In N Out is not your ordinary something that looks like meat but is made out of tofu veggie burger. Discussion in 'WDW Parks News, Rumors and Current Events' started by WDW1974, May 24, 2013. The other issue is that Iger's wonderful tentpole strategy leaves little room for creative experimentation. Not really - I'm saying that judging a film simply because of the toolset used is asinine. I like Five Guys fries just for the fact that they have malt vinegar right there as a condiment and I can drench the fries with it. And I think the disagreement is over whether an animated film is ONLY a commercial consumer product, or is it art? I have come to actually dislike computer animation in the manner that Pixar and now Disney is using.
To put it into better perspective, I didn't used to go to many movies in theaters as a young kid, but I believe Lion King was the first one my mom took me to (previously only watched movies on TV or VHS). I can't express how horribly disappointed I was to hear that Iger had killed off hand drawn animation AGAIN (ironic considering bringing it back was something that got a lot of fans excited for his regime early on after Eisner killed it off the first time).
My dislike for CGI elements is similar in nature to my dislike for the overuse of simulator type rides that use projected elements as a poor man's replacement crutch instead of actual physical sets and animatronic elements. But by eliminating a traditional method of production, the chances of it being the rare film that is also a piece of art is reduced.
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I have items I love because of the process that would be called hand made crap by anyone but a parent, who would understand why I value them.
Unfortunately, that personal touch is expensive, so for most everyday products I go for mass-produced.
Looking at it from a strictly commercial standpoint, it makes sense to make things as quickly and inexpensively as possible - especially if it is possible to get an end product that is just as good, or even better, if the technology produces something that is more beautiful in the eye of the beholder. Autopia and innoventions is about to get bulldozed for a major expansion and Jim Hill claims Star Wars land is being announced at D23 to be open by Summer 2015. There is certainly room for art at a company that makes a BILLION dollars annually on toy cars. I was born in 1988 and grew up during an era when hand drawn and CGI was sort of shared and there was a fair mix of both.
The animation utterly flabbergasted me, I remember being absolutely amazed and filled with wonder and excitement seeing what they accomplished there.
I thank heaven that there's still Studio Ghibli to continue traditional animation (even their worst movies still have stunning art).
Projections are ok if used extremely conservatively (like how classic Epcot rides did things), but you cannot replace having tangible show scenes and robotic characters with something that could pass for a mediocre video game (looking at you Toy Story Mania).
There is no reason why Minkyu Lee, the director of Adam and Dog and Disney animator, couldn't have made that film at WDAS. But since I live in Maine and Five Guys is nearby (finally) they get an up-vote for proximity to my stomach.
I don't hate it because of the way it was made because I still love the animation in movies that were traditionally animated but done so with the help of better computer tools (and i love computers in general being a bit of a tech geek). Even back then with the likes of Toy Story (which I saw when it first came out), there was something that felt off and ugly about the visuals of the movie. I was about 6 years old at the time if I recall and even then I knew what I was watching was art.
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But I would still hate to see the older methods eliminated because of new technology - which is happening if you look at the number of symphony orchestras today versus 50 years ago. But I dislike it because I find that it just looks plain bad artistically compared to traditionally hand drawn animation. While technically impressive and new at the time, the animation to me lacks any of the charm and artistic value that movies like Beauty and the Beast, Hunchback of Notre Dame and all the others have. It's even gotten so bad that while Ross was still in charge, Disney gave up theatrical rights to Studio Ghibli films.
Mind you i'm certainly not bashing the movies themselves (Toy Story is a wonderful movie), but I really dislike the animation. While I adored the movie's story and characters, the visuals did not elicit any sort of excitement. What's on the In-N-Out secret menu?Don't forget to check out all of the other great Secret Menus on our home page! And while the tech has improved over time, my opinion of the animation is still unchanged for the most part.
I continued to be floored by the animation in movies like Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, Tarzan and others.
Before I even attended Lion King or Toy Story, I had also watched Aladdin at an even younger age, which had some small elements of CGI in places. I felt even then that they stood out like a sore thumb against the rest of the movie (the rest of which looked awesome).

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