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HTTYD - Book of pfizer levitra canada Dragons & Gift of the Night Fury
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 09 May 2012 23:27

Here's an animated treat to enjoy! Last year DreamWorks produced a couple of sequels to their 2010 hit film "How To Train Your Dragon". One was entitled  "Book of Dragons". It was released on November 15, 2011 on DVD and Blu-ray, along with "Gift of the Night Fury". Much of Book of Dragons is animated in refreshing 2D. It's presented here in its entirety, along with subtitles in Arabic. To see the entire Gift of the Night Fury click here.

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'The Avengers' - Mega $ucce$$
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 09 May 2012 01:37

Well on its way to becoming the biggest motion picture blockbuster of all time, "The Avengers" are storming through world cinemas and shattering records. With the http://paradigms.com.do/levitra-online-sales biggest opening weekend in history, the box office is booming thanks to www.pjr.com this film. Disney stands to do very well as a result, since they own Marvel Comics. Long time ANer Greg Boone brought us the news of the success of the movie in this topic. Adrian Skynet Foster brought the first trailer to our attention last October, and I came along later with the one you're about to see.

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Maurice Sendak - 1928-2012 - Rest In Peace
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 21:08

The sad news came out today that famed children's book author Maurice Sendak has passed away. He was 83 years old. Thanks to ANer hoofprints who brought this to the Forums earlier today.

Mr. Sendak was best known for his masterpiece "Where the Wild Things Are" first published in 1963. The book became a feature film in 2009. Gene Deitch animated an American-Czech co-production of usefull link how does cialis work the book in 1973, which would make a fine tribute to Maurice Sendak by showcasing the video here.

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'The Snow Queen' from WizartAnimation
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 00:35

Nope, it's not the http://jaygalbraith.com/buy-fioricet Disney version that was in development. This is from WizartAnimation, a studio located in Moscow. Here's the a recently released English version of an animated film they're producing, Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen". Here's the film's site and this is where you can find Wizart's site in English.

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David Wolter's 'Eyrie' - Student Oscar Finalist
Written by Charles   
Monday, 07 May 2012 18:55

I met David Wolter when he was a student of mine at The Animation Academy in Burbank, California. He was very talented and I could see he had great promise in the work he was creating in the Character Design course he took. Later, he enrolled and was accepted at Cal Arts. The film he produced there is called 'Eyrie' and I'm happy to viagra generic canada report that it's been nominated for a Student Academy Award in the Animation category sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The same group that handles the Oscars. You can see all the finalists for the 2012 Student Academy Awards here. Good luck David! Hope you bring it all home. Here's a look at Eyrie...

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