Tagged with stop-motion films

Review: Kubo and the Two Strings, 2016, dir. Travis Knight

Review: Kubo and the Two Strings, 2016, dir. Travis Knight


Laika can do no wrong. Mostly. I didn’t love┬áParaNorman, but that’s a minor sin made up of a handful of minor grievances, and besides, four years on, I might love it if I revisited it. The real proof of Laika’s excellence is that they haven’t yet made a really bad film, the repugnant, inexcusable kind … Continue reading

The Absent Mr. Anderson


I’m not a Hollywood insider. I’m not even a film insider. I have no contacts that exist in any realm of the cinematic world. I have never visited a set, or been given the opportunity to interview an actor or a director in regards to their latest anticipated film. So maybe my opinion on Wes … Continue reading