earthstarmoon: (zel blush)
Okay, here's the third and final installment of my Fluppy Dogs review. As before if anyone wanted to use these screencaps or anything feel free.

FLUPPIES! )

All in all, this special actually hasn't aged that badly. Yeah, it's cheesy in part and you can so tell in was made in the 80s. However, you can tell a lot of creativity went into this, I am sad that this wasn't made in to a full series. I was also surprised and delighted to realize that the voice of Ozzie was actually Lorenzo Music. He was the voice actor for Tummi in Gummi Bears, Peter in the Real Ghostbusters and for many years Garfield the cat for he passed away in 2001. I've always liked him, so that was a pleasant surprise.

I wish they would give this a DVD release because it really deserves one. Even if this was only a one time special, that fact that A LOT of people still remember it today really does say something.
earthstarmoon: (zel blush)
Okay, here's the third and final installment of my Fluppy Dogs review. As before if anyone wanted to use these screencaps or anything feel free.

FLUPPIES! )

All in all, this special actually hasn't aged that badly. Yeah, it's cheesy in part and you can so tell in was made in the 80s. However, you can tell a lot of creativity went into this, I am sad that this wasn't made in to a full series. I was also surprised and delighted to realize that the voice of Ozzie was actually Lorenzo Music. He was the voice actor for Tummi in Gummi Bears, Peter in the Real Ghostbusters and for many years Garfield the cat for he passed away in 2001. I've always liked him, so that was a pleasant surprise.

I wish they would give this a DVD release because it really deserves one. Even if this was only a one time special, that fact that A LOT of people still remember it today really does say something.
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Alright, so to continue from last time, here's part 2 of my abridged review of the Fluppy Dogs.

Like before, there a lots of images ahead so it may take a minute to load. Again, if anyone wants to uses these screencaps for anything, feel free.

Fluppy Dogs images ahead )
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Alright, so to continue from last time, here's part 2 of my abridged review of the Fluppy Dogs.

Like before, there a lots of images ahead so it may take a minute to load. Again, if anyone wants to uses these screencaps for anything, feel free.

Fluppy Dogs images ahead )
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After my recent fanart of Fluppy Dogs and I got the idea for a abridged review, I figured why not. Since the special is an hour long I'm going to divide it into either 2 or 3 parts depending on how many screencaps I get.

So, here's Fluppy Dogs, Part 1. (By the way, if anyone wanted to use this screencaps for anything like icons or something, feel free.) Be warned, there are lots of images ahead.

Photobucket

Lots of Screencaps ahead )
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After my recent fanart of Fluppy Dogs and I got the idea for a abridged review, I figured why not. Since the special is an hour long I'm going to divide it into either 2 or 3 parts depending on how many screencaps I get.

So, here's Fluppy Dogs, Part 1. (By the way, if anyone wanted to use this screencaps for anything like icons or something, feel free.) Be warned, there are lots of images ahead.

Photobucket

Lots of Screencaps ahead )
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Okay, there's a bit of a story here. For the next cake class, I need to bring in an image of something that I can trace onto parchment paper and thus transfer that onto the cake. So, I've been debating and searching online for ideas. When I started searching for "dogs" the Disney Fluppy Dogs popped up and decided that would be perfect.

For those who don't know, the Fluppy Dogs was suppose to be a Disney cartoon produced back in 80s. There was even a ton of merchandise for it, including colouring books and a stuffed animals of which I had owned. However, the series never came to be, but they aired what was suppose to be the pilot as a hour special.

The special while is cheesy at times, is still good and hasn't aged too badly. It only aired on tv a few times, but for some strange reason Disney never released it on VHS or DVD. However, to this day people still remember it and has thankfully can be watched various places on the internet.

Here's part one for those curious:


Anyway, I took a screencap and sketched out an image for my cake and I decided to colour it too.

Fluppy Dog )

And, since clearly I have too much time on my hands, I ended up drawing a Fluppy Dog version of Warrick. Is it strange to say that I think I draw cute animals better than I draw people. XP

Warrick Fluppy )

I've been thinking I might do an abridged screencap review like I did back when Slayers Evolution-R was airing because this special is just begging to be at part.
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I've uploaded these to tumblr, but I figured I needed to share these here too.

Disney World Ahead )
earthstarmoon: (rapunzel)
Some of you may remember when there was talk of a Disney animated version of the Snow Queen, but it got shelved?

Well, I was on wiki and just read this: In December 2011, Disney announced a new title for the film, Frozen, and a release date, November 27, 2013.

Now, I know it's wiki and I have to take this info with a grain of salt. However, I really, REALLY hope this is true. A Disney version of The Snow Queen would just be awesome! *crosses fingers*

EDIT:

I stand corrected, I just found an article that does confirm this: Frozen article
earthstarmoon: (rapunzel)
Some of you may remember when there was talk of a Disney animated version of the Snow Queen, but it got shelved?

Well, I was on wiki and just read this: In December 2011, Disney announced a new title for the film, Frozen, and a release date, November 27, 2013.

Now, I know it's wiki and I have to take this info with a grain of salt. However, I really, REALLY hope this is true. A Disney version of The Snow Queen would just be awesome! *crosses fingers*

EDIT:

I stand corrected, I just found an article that does confirm this: Frozen article
earthstarmoon: (zel blush)
So instead of going to see Harry Potter yesterday, I decided to go see the new Winnie The Pooh movie instead. XD (I will see HP at some point, probably once the crowds die down.)

Overall, it's quite entertaining. It doesn't exactly have a deep plot, but it's Winnie the Pooh. I will say the writers had fun with this movie and you can tell they put a lot of effort to make the movie fun for both the kids and parents. There are a lot of puns and jokes that a kid wouldn't get, but would make any adult chuckle.

Also, the start of the movie had a short cartoon called the Ballad of Nessie, which was about Nessie trying to find a new home after she got kicked out of her old one. It was really cute and I really liked the message it gave to kids for it. The moral basically was that it's okay for a person to cry when things go wrong. (This makes more sense in the short, trust me.)

And here's a clip just to show how fun this movie was:



earthstarmoon: (Home horo)
And here's the last one. *drumroll please*

Day #30: Your favorite theme park show Changed to: Your Favorite Live Action Disney Film

Bedknobs and Broomsticks. I love this movie as a kid and still do. As kids, the scene when the armour in the museum comes to life to fight to fight the Nazis was our favorite scene for my brother and I. And my dad loved this too. ^_~



Also, I love the Portobello Road scene as well. It's great to see all the different nationalities of soldiers during the song.



The Other Days )
earthstarmoon: (Home horo)
And here's the last one. *drumroll please*

Day #30: Your favorite theme park show Changed to: Your Favorite Live Action Disney Film

Bedknobs and Broomsticks. I love this movie as a kid and still do. As kids, the scene when the armour in the museum comes to life to fight to fight the Nazis was our favorite scene for my brother and I. And my dad loved this too. ^_~



Also, I love the Portobello Road scene as well. It's great to see all the different nationalities of soldiers during the song.



The Other Days )
earthstarmoon: (weird)
Day #29: Your favorite theme attraction Changed to: Your Least Favorite Disney animated TV Series

This was another post I had to think about, but when it came down to it.



The Replacements. Maybe I'm being too hard on this show because it's suppose to be a goofy show, just like how you can't take Phineas and Ferb too seriously, but here's the difference. The Replacements just become so predictable, while you can tell the writers of Phineas and Ferb try to be different. You can only do the "replace this person and disaster happens" plot so many times.

I really thought the writers were running out of ideas when the character Riley lost her brother's hamster so she called to have it replaced...Seriously? You want to call a company to bother and replace a little hamster when you could have just gone down to the store? Granted, they did some different things with this cliche plot, but still, I really got tired of this show.

The Other Days )
earthstarmoon: (weird)
Day #29: Your favorite theme attraction Changed to: Your Least Favorite Disney animated TV Series

This was another post I had to think about, but when it came down to it.



The Replacements. Maybe I'm being too hard on this show because it's suppose to be a goofy show, just like how you can't take Phineas and Ferb too seriously, but here's the difference. The Replacements just become so predictable, while you can tell the writers of Phineas and Ferb try to be different. You can only do the "replace this person and disaster happens" plot so many times.

I really thought the writers were running out of ideas when the character Riley lost her brother's hamster so she called to have it replaced...Seriously? You want to call a company to bother and replace a little hamster when you could have just gone down to the store? Granted, they did some different things with this cliche plot, but still, I really got tired of this show.

The Other Days )
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Note, the last three on this list are questions about the Disney parks and since I've never been there, I decided to change them.

Day #28: Your favorite theme park Changed to: Favorite Disney animated TV Series

This was really hard to narrow down, but I decided to narrow it down to two. The first choice being:

Gummi Bears

What's interesting about the Gummi Bears is that, according to wiki it's The series was the first animated production by Walt Disney Animation Television You can argue it's too similar to the Care Bears or something, but this series had a lot more action than the Care Bears did. Also, I like the fact that the Gummis are considered to be a myth in this series and there's a lot of ancient technology and magic regarding them too. It's just a fun show and it's quite original too. Who would have thought a show would be inspired by candy. XD

And for number two:

Tale Spin

Tale Spin is the ultimate AU done right. We have just about every Jungle Book character (except Kaa the snake, but maybe the animators thought that would be too hard to do). Baloo is a pilot, Louie is a bar tender and my favorite choice they made, making Shere Khan a businessman, which really impresses me because they easily could have made him a villain. There's also a lot of good original characters in this series too, like Wild Cat, Kit and Rebbecca. It also love the fact that this series is suppose to be taking place during the 1930s.

Finally, the sky pirates have a very catchy song. XD





The Other Days )
earthstarmoon: (Default)
Note, the last three on this list are questions about the Disney parks and since I've never been there, I decided to change them.

Day #28: Your favorite theme park Changed to: Favorite Disney animated TV Series

This was really hard to narrow down, but I decided to narrow it down to two. The first choice being:

Gummi Bears

What's interesting about the Gummi Bears is that, according to wiki it's The series was the first animated production by Walt Disney Animation Television You can argue it's too similar to the Care Bears or something, but this series had a lot more action than the Care Bears did. Also, I like the fact that the Gummis are considered to be a myth in this series and there's a lot of ancient technology and magic regarding them too. It's just a fun show and it's quite original too. Who would have thought a show would be inspired by candy. XD

And for number two:

Tale Spin

Tale Spin is the ultimate AU done right. We have just about every Jungle Book character (except Kaa the snake, but maybe the animators thought that would be too hard to do). Baloo is a pilot, Louie is a bar tender and my favorite choice they made, making Shere Khan a businessman, which really impresses me because they easily could have made him a villain. There's also a lot of good original characters in this series too, like Wild Cat, Kit and Rebbecca. It also love the fact that this series is suppose to be taking place during the 1930s.

Finally, the sky pirates have a very catchy song. XD





The Other Days )
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Day #27: Your favorite quote

I have a few favorite quotes but here are my top three.

First of all from Mulan the advice from the Emperor:



Ohana from Lilo and Stitch:


And the last one from the Lion King, the past can hurt:




The Other Days )
earthstarmoon: (book)
Day #27: Your favorite quote

I have a few favorite quotes but here are my top three.

First of all from Mulan the advice from the Emperor:



Ohana from Lilo and Stitch:


And the last one from the Lion King, the past can hurt:




The Other Days )
earthstarmoon: (kratos heal)
Day #26: Saddest death

Ray

I know there are more "classic" deaths, but I picked Ray because I don't understand why so many people were shocked or surprised by his death? It's not the first time a Disney character has died and considering he was the only person, besides Mama Oldie, that was holding his own against the shadows, it's not surprising the Dr. Facilier killed him.

Anyway, I love Ray who was also voice by Jim Cummings the well known voice actor who did a lot our our favorite characters growing up. (Darkwing Duck, Zummi Gummi, Winnie the pooh, Tiger, etc). Ray was just the little ever hopeful bug the movie needed and I was happy he got to be with his Evangeline in the end and also proved that Timon was right all along.

Timon: They're fireflies, stuck up in that big blueish black thing.

The Other Days )

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