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Description: "Dragons" explores the history of conflict between the scions of the Shimada clan: Hanzo and Genji. In this episode, we follow Hanzo as he returns to the siblings' family home in Hanamura once again to seek redemption . . . only this time, he finds himself confronted by the ghosts of the past.
Description: The letters KB refer to the official term `Keluarga Berencana’, i.e. `Family Planning’. This is a “Non KB” film. A spontaneous vision on the introduction of family planning.
Description: “Images of the life force welling up. This is a movie which depicts the visual dreams I had when I was only 12 years old. I made this movie in the same method that I paint.”
Description: Lloyd Daniels was one of the most gifted basketball users ever to emerge from Fresh York City. He was born in Brooklyn in 1967 and grew up in the poorest neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Queens. His mother died when he was three, and his father deserted the family, leaving Lloyd an orphan to be raised by his two grandmothers. Virtually unsupervised, Lloyd learned early-on how to hustle to survive. Hustling came simple for him because he was a charming and likable kid. He still hustles to this day.
Description: An incident from the early days of Québec's quiet revolution, tailor-made for the cartoonist. It is the storyline of a Montréal commuter train, a unilingual ticket collector and a bilingual passenger. The passenger appears on screen himself to describe his bid to have tickets requested in French as well as in English. What ensued, and how even the railway president became involved, is illustrated with wit and humor.
Description: Kalle Kran works high above our heads in one of those building cranes. He sees almost everything, is a really great guy and has a really powerful crane. When things are wrong, he puts them right. There's no limit to what Kalle can fix.
Description: From the infinitely tiny to the infinitely large, all things in the universe are tightly connected: they interact and restructure in a combination of movements and perpetual metamorphoses.
Description: Pablo Neruda’s life unfolds and becomes the basis for the symbolic representation of his poem “Barcarola”, intermixing live action, still footage, pc images, dance and poetry.
Description: From deep within the jungle comes a mighty roar...a roar that should only come from one monster the Giant Claw! When Mowgli s find of this legendary monster ends with an unexpected discovery, he gotta race vs time to thwart Shere Khans evil plan and rescue a friend!
Description: A number of telephones from the very first invention by Alexander Graham Bell to the present-day cellular and voice smartphones are morphed in an inventive choreographic video.
Description: A solitary man's mind, becomes a battlefield of overlapping photos and voices. As he spends the day in his house doing an assortment of domestic jobs: cooking, eating, reading, writing and bathing, photos of fight and death enter the man's mind. The anonymity of life can haunt you if you think on it too much.
Description: A house burns to the ground and the occupants perish. As the fire rages through the house, the family's efforts to escape are futile. Doors, walls, objects stand in the way. As the dying transform into spirits, the voices of the house resonate. Before they head to wherever it is spirits go, death decides to place on a great tiny vaudeville present to cheer up the recently dead. Only in death do we truly silence ourselves.
Description: On a town street, a boy rants about god, the devil and repentance. Nearby, folks sit in a crowded restaurant. Detached from those around them, they eat, mumble and fantasize without any passion or engagement. A waitress apathetic recites the specials. Two boys literally pass through every another near the toilets. These folks have shelter and food, but they aren't alive. The restaurant almost becomes a safety blanket, a zone to hide from their crazy, mundane and trapped existence. The angry road preacher is a lone voice of conviction and delusion.
Description: This absurdist dark comedy attempts to explain the phenomenon of karma using a tons of mediums. Through a stream-of-consciousness narrative, we follow the results of karma on the lives of few interconnected characters.
Description: Gathering their forces in the Mediterranean Sea, the World Alliance and Orb Union fleets open a second attack on the Minerva, and this time not even the Archangel's intervention can halt the fighting. While Shinn unleashes his anger vs the Orb fleet, Kira and Athrun confront every other in battle, and one of these lifelong mates falls in defeat. Back in the PLANT homeland, Chairman Durandal thinks back on his past and considers his plans for the future... plans which will require the removal of disruptive elements like Lacus and the Archangel crew. In the aftermath of the battle, Shinn reaches a fateful ecision. Stella, the opponent pilot he once promised to protect, is actually a captive aboard the Minerva. Stella's physical condition is rapidly deteriorating, and Shinn will have to betray everything he believes in order to save her life.
Description: The Minerva docks at a ZAFT base, where they are met by Chairman Durandal. Over a quiet dinner, he talks with Athrun, Shinn and another members of the crew. This conversation leads Shinn to reflect on the past, and the happenings that brought them to where they are now. But understanding does not bring peace, and after other argument with some of his shipmates, Shinn heads ashore to clear his head. There he meets a pretty girl, and watches her fall into the ocean. He dives in to rescue her, and in turn then gotta wait to be rescued. Meanwhile, the Alliance Forces gather, along with their Orb Allies, to open an attack on ZAFT. The Minerva scrambles and prepares for battle. But unknown to either side, far beneath the waves, other group is going to test to place an end to the fighting.
Description: The year is Cosmic Era 73. The Bloody Valentine War, fought between the PLANTS zone colonies and the nations of the Atlantic Federation, has ended and an uneasy truce has settled upon the World sphere. With the signing of the Junius Seven Treaty, the world's troops have left the battlefield and the grizzly sights of fight behind. Many who fought actually seek peace and refuge in the shelter of civilian life. But one boy, Shin Asuka, is finding that incredibly hard. A coordinator who lost his whole family during the War of Orb, he actually wars with ZAFT in one of their recent machines, the Impulse Gundam. Of course, ZAFT is only developing these machines for defensive apps - or so they claim - but when a group of Federation operatives steal some of these prototype machines, the globe is once again plunged towards war.
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Not a poor short by any means and certainly as other reviewer place it "no classic", but I wouldn't call this an terrible "relic". It's just uninspired. The animation, the concept, and the gags are all weak. In fact, many of the visuals and jokes are reused from earlier Silly Symphonies without any upping of the ante or reworking.It was not uncommon for Disney to reuse material from past work, as many of the Mickey Mouse shorts were essentially remakes of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons from the silent era (Building a Building (1933) is a makeover of Sky Scrappers (1928), Ye Olden Days (1933) a reworking of the idea of Oh What a Knight (1928)), but at least they added fresh material to shake things up and improve upon past work most of the time. Mother Goose Melodies (1931) is just plain dull, even for those not familiar with silent Disney or another Silly Symphonies.
Did you know that Humpty Dumpty fell off the wall because a goose hit him with Jack's and Jill's pail? This is one of the many interesting takes this Silly Symphony has on the nursery rhymes many of us have heard countless times. As in most Silly Symphonies, many of the jokes are dated, and it is all too obvious that this work comes from a time when simply cartoons place to melody itself was cool and funny. However, there is still plenty left for modern audiences to enjoy. Additionally, the melody is quite fun and takes you instantly to a childlike mind-set. As in many early Disney cartoons, half of the laughs come from noticing the absurdities and oddities. Before Monty Python place Lord Arthur on an imaginary horse and gave the lord a servant with the job of clicking together coconuts, Disney place Old Lord Cole's trumpeters on children's stick horses and gave the lord a servant with the job of holding up the king's enormous stomach. This animated piece is an perfect example of where a nice amount of our humor comes from; and it's still cute dang funny.
Mother Goose Melodies is truly perfect from begin to finish. The storyline is a very easy one, but doesn't feel like there isn't a storyline and more importantly doesn't feel like an excuse to string nursery rhymes and characters together. Mother Goose Melodies is fast-paced and very funny, with some nice gags and scenes(in a great mix of long and short in length) such as the Tiny Miss Muffet spider and the entire concept of the whole until the ending never falling out of the book, even when Jack and Jill fall down the hill, and the ending with its increasingly chaotic nature is a lot of fun. The animation is clean and smooth on the entire with the hero designs not looking too exaggerated, the melody is energetic and dynamic and now contains singing rather than just dancing to music. The dancing as ever is choreographed niftily, not in a routine manner. I loved the characters also, the cameo of Clarabelle, as well as Mother Goose, Old Lord Cole, Tiny Miss Muffet, Jack Horner and Jack and Jill. All in all, a Disney Silly Symphony classic. Two years later, Disney remade this as Old Lord Cole, except that one is nowhere near as inspired or as nice as Mother Goose Melodies, which for me remains one of the better very early Silly Symphonies. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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