Saturday, May 22, 2010


Travelling to Cuba recently I saw this recent Disney film, meaning that everyone in the world has now seen it. I was a bit surprised by how much the film puts the viewer through the emotional wringer. I mean, I knew there was a kid and an old man in it, so when it started with a kid I assumed the old man would be showing up soon, but of course this kid becomes the old man. Fair enough, but all the stuff about his wife not being able to have babies and then dying had me bawling. The rest of the film is maybe a bit of an anti-climax, but it does have a lot of roffles. I particularly liked the talking dogs. And any film with zeppelins in it is fine by me.

An inuit panda production

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