Post Reply Is anyone else very quickly becoming a Dreamworks fan?
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Posted 5/11/15
It seems to like I'm the only one lol. Ever since I saw Rise of the Guardians and How to Train Your Dragon I seem to be buying whatever DreamWorks titles I can get my hands on. I've even gone as far as buying the entire Dragons TV series (can't wait for the new season to be on Netflix next month!).
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Posted 5/11/15
Meh, not really. I very rarely watch anything Dreamworks related. (Dreamworks Animation that is.)
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Posted 5/11/15 , edited 5/11/15
I'm not really a fan, but I've enjoyed all their movies.
Posted 5/11/15
there movies are...ummm...ok...

Posted 5/26/15


I'm becoming as much of a Dreamworks fan as I am of Disney, to be honest! They have put out some fantastically great works; the detail has been simply incredible and the voices are great! What amazes me is the work and detail and artistry they take. Dreamworks is really starting to take pride in their works although Shrek, I admit without shame, is still one of my favorites (all of them ^_^ )
Posted 6/20/15 , edited 6/20/15
I've always been a big fan of the Dreamworks animated films

My personal favourites are The Prince Of Egypt, Puss In Boots and Rise Of The Guardians

The Road To El Dorado is also such a laugh!!! And Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron is lovely!!!
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Posted 6/22/15
Dreamworks does make enjoyable films with the occasional gem "How to Train Your Dragon 2" however their films are mostly hit and miss for me.
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