Tag Archives: Don Bluth

The future looks bright

Talking about animated movies is one of the Things I Like To Do on this blog, and it’s been quite some time since I talked about Don Bluth. So let’s talk about Titan A.E. (2000), the movie that kinda sorta … Continue reading

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Russian history 101

It wouldn’t take much to cajole someone into thinking that Don Bluth’s* penultimate film (to date) Anastasia was just another 90s Disney film. In that sense, it can be considered an unqualified success, seeing as how 20th Century Fox’s desire … Continue reading

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Fievel revisited

A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed An American Tail and found it….mediocre. For whatever reason, I decided to give it a second chance, and I’m glad I did.

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America, what a place!

So it turns out that I was just hallucinating the availability of The Secret of NIMH 2 on Netflix. And, as the idea of shelling out actual money to see it was just too depressing, I decided to chronologically move … Continue reading

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A single mom

Don Bluth’s career has a rather tragic trajectory. Upon realizing that Disney, after its founder’s death, was a chicken running around without its head, the animator left the studio to found his own – Don Bluth Productions. And for much … Continue reading

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