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Your favorite animation studio?
Posted 6/14/13
Studio Ghibli for me, no questions asked. Pixar has been a large part of my childhood, but I've been getting more and more into Ghibli that they've now become my favorite animation studio. Their films are beautiful in every sense, character design visuals, storytelling, and especially music.
Posted 6/14/13
Walt Disney Animation Studios, nothing will ever beat their wonderful animation. While Studio Ghibli and the others listed are lovely nothing can compete with Disney's classic style.

I feel more towards Disney maybe cause I grew up watching their works, but they certainly possess a unique feel to them that I've never really gotten out of other animated works.

Walt Disney is in a class of its own.
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Posted 6/14/13
I'd like to choose both, buuuut since I have to pick
It's studio Ghibli, disney's great and i love the animations so far
But there's the other side of creativity with SG, as for the stories they're unique
And the art is one of it's kind too (:
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Posted 6/15/13
Considering where this poll is being posted, it's no surprise which one is the big winner. Sort of surprised no ones voted for Pixar yet.
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Posted 6/15/13

Pixar.



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Posted 6/16/13
Ghibli all the way!
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Posted 6/16/13
I vote Disney (specifically their 2D animation, not this 3D crap they've been putting out lately).
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Posted 6/16/13
Ghibli and Disney
Posted 6/17/13

Roxas4ever wrote:

I vote Disney (specifically their 2D animation, not this 3D crap they've been putting out lately).


But Tangled and Wreck-It Ralph were pretty great.
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Posted 6/17/13

Feelicks wrote:


Roxas4ever wrote:

I vote Disney (specifically their 2D animation, not this 3D crap they've been putting out lately).


But Tangled and Wreck-It Ralph were pretty great.


I didn't like Tangled

Wreck-It Ralph was okay, but I don't think it's on par with any of the movies from Disney's Golden Age (Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Lion King, etc.)
Posted 6/17/13

Roxas4ever wrote:


Feelicks wrote:


Roxas4ever wrote:

I vote Disney (specifically their 2D animation, not this 3D crap they've been putting out lately).


But Tangled and Wreck-It Ralph were pretty great.


I didn't like Tangled

Wreck-It Ralph was okay, but I don't think it's on par with any of the movies from Disney's Golden Age (Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Lion King, etc.)


Let's be honest, no post-Disney Renaissance movie other than possibly Emperor's New Groove or Lilo & Stitch has lived up to the Renaissance films.
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Posted 6/17/13

Feelicks wrote:


Roxas4ever wrote:


Feelicks wrote:


Roxas4ever wrote:

I vote Disney (specifically their 2D animation, not this 3D crap they've been putting out lately).


But Tangled and Wreck-It Ralph were pretty great.


I didn't like Tangled

Wreck-It Ralph was okay, but I don't think it's on par with any of the movies from Disney's Golden Age (Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Lion King, etc.)


Let's be honest, no post-Disney Renaissance movie other than possibly Emperor's New Groove or Lilo & Stitch has lived up to the Renaissance films.


That's true. (Although I would add The Princess and the Frog in there as well. I thought that was a strong film, both musically and character-wise).
Posted 6/17/13

Roxas4ever wrote:


Feelicks wrote:


Roxas4ever wrote:


Feelicks wrote:


Roxas4ever wrote:

I vote Disney (specifically their 2D animation, not this 3D crap they've been putting out lately).


But Tangled and Wreck-It Ralph were pretty great.


I didn't like Tangled

Wreck-It Ralph was okay, but I don't think it's on par with any of the movies from Disney's Golden Age (Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Lion King, etc.)


Let's be honest, no post-Disney Renaissance movie other than possibly Emperor's New Groove or Lilo & Stitch has lived up to the Renaissance films.


That's true. (Although I would add The Princess and the Frog in there as well. I thought that was a strong film, both musically and character-wise).


Oh yeah, I love Princess and the Frog. One of my favorite Disney films, excellent return-to-form.
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Posted 6/19/13
I personally like Studio Ghibli for My Neighbor Totoro and Ponyo.
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Posted 6/19/13
Studio Ghibli for sure, a number of Pixar films as of late have been mediocre in my opinion.
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