Don Bluth/20th Century Fox/Blue Sky Studios review: Introduction

Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve done this. First, I want to wish you all a Happy New Years, and hopefully 2018 will be better. I think a year and half, and I have to say that it’s a nice return (16 months to be precise). For the last few years, I have posted my Best and Worst Animated Films of said year, but because I have not seen all of the films yet, it will have to be postponed. I have had this in the back of my mind since 2016, since knew that 2017 was going to be a break year, and there are no other studios that had a large enough quantity of work for me to review for a decent period of time. This is why I am combining three of them, which they are all attached to one another anyways, so it makes sense. The films I will be reviewing are:

  • The Secret of NIMH
  • An American Tail
  • The Land Before Time
  • All Dogs Go to Heaven
  • Rock-a-Doodle
  • Thumbelina
  • A Troll in Central Park
  • The Pebble and the Penguin
  • Anastasia
  • Titan A.E.
  • Ice Age
  • Robots
  • Ice Age: The Meltdown
  • Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who!
  • Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
  • Rio
  • Ice Age: Continental Drift
  • Epic

This should last until early May, and will be posted every Sunday. Over the years, I have heard so much about these films, so I generally know the reception of them all, but you cannot really judge anything until you experience or view it yourself. There have been two or three companies that most of the animation fans tend to focus on, and I want this blog to be about the other ones as well, so the combination thread of these studios were the next way to go. I actually have never seen most of these films, so to get a fresh opinion on them will be fun.

The review for The Secret of NIMH will be posted next Sunday for sure.

3 thoughts on “Don Bluth/20th Century Fox/Blue Sky Studios review: Introduction

  1. Awesome. I can’t wait to hear your thoughts in Anastasia, which is my favorite movie of the “canon”. And this is very timely taking into account the Disney/Fox deal.

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