Rob-Bert wrote:^ PIXAR isn't making this. Disney is. .
Esrever wrote:I think it's more an issue of the TF2 Heavy, Ralph, and various Pixar characters all tapping into the same base "lummox character" design and movement that animators have been using for 70 years or so. I love (LOVE) TF2's character design, but there's very little about it that is original... by intent they are all hyper-distilled archtypes.
Popcorn wrote:I know Valve were kind of ripping off Pixar in the first place,
Rob-Bert wrote:The same department that made Chicken Little, Bolt, and Meet the Robinsons.
Tsuyoshi-kun wrote:If we're going to talk about Pixar, let's talk about Brave, shall we? 2 weeks until it comes out. I'm excited for it.
Rob-Bert wrote:Popcorn wrote:I know Valve were kind of ripping off Pixar in the first place,
^ What is that implying?
Popcorn wrote:It clearly means "I know Valve didn't invent this style, so I'm not giving them the credit for it", you mental midget!
Crisis wrote:People seemed surprised to learn that Brave has a female protagonist, and that the plot synopsis has vague messages of female empowerment, but if this was any other studio would it seriously be considered noteworthy? It just serves to highlight how strangely restrained Pixar's recent movies have been.
contains a few minutes of actual movie (most of which is in the trailer anyway), which is apparently all it took to convert me completely.
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