A friend told me the other day that she likes my blog but it's so sad she can't always read through. This took me back a bit, because while Caleb's is a sad situation, he is one of the funniest people I know. His therapist tells me humor is a sign of deep intelligence, and that Caleb couldn't be so funny if there wasn't a lot going on in his head. Let me share a few of my favorite Caleb stories.
The source of my ire began on a recent Friday when I was charged with renting a movie suitable for 11-year-old viewing. Translation? Something void of gratuitous sex, nonstop profanity or Jason Statham. Monsters University fit the bill.
The film, which was co-written and directed by Dan Scanlon, focuses on the relationship "Monsters Inc." best pals Mike and
"I thought what I really want the film to be, for me, is a love declaration to the rain," Unseld, who is from Hamburg, Germany
Animation and simulation brings life to the characters. Everything from background characters to hair on the monsters will
All of this shuffling might seem insignificant, but it could further deepen the field of Best Animated Feature contenders
American movies suck. Make that mainstream American movies circa the summer of 2013... suck. Of course, there are exceptions. If you want to say that animated movies are doing pretty well right now, I can't really argue.
The critical success of "Finding Nemo" follow-up "Finding Dory" won't be seen until November 2015. In the meantime, no other
“Claire is kind of like a gothic monster,” she added. “She tries to act like she doesn’t care about scaring people, but she
Is the Brad Pitt-starring zombie thriller a top-notch popcorn movie with well-staged action, gripping suspense, and an amazing global scope? Is it an unfortunate misfire, with good ambitions and notable high-points, undone by a tortured production history?