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Even though kids can deal with the shock of new animation or scary things, it's the parents who don't. And they control the money. When you are young enough to only see G and PG movies, you'll usually remember them with wondrous nostalgia.But I go back and re-watch the Dark Crystal or Beauty and the Beast, and I swear it is not just nostalgia coloring my view. I think it is just that adult's view of what kids like is different than what kids actually like.
Even though kids can deal with the shock of new animation or scary things, it's the parents who don't. And they control the money. When you are young enough to only see G and PG movies, you'll usually remember them with wondrous nostalgia.
:-P yourself. You just have bad taste in dubs.I'm not saying Phil hartman didn't radically change the character from what it was supposed to be. I'm just saying I liked his reinterpretation of Jiji better.
:-P yourself. You just have bad taste in dubs.
I still actually haven't seen Kiki dub or sub
The 2010 Seoul International Cartoon & Animation FestivalThe Seoul Int'l Cartoon & Animation Fest (2010) wraps this weekend, profiling inspirational and eclectic animation from the global cartoon community. The event has expanded but remains true to its mission. Screening indie and pro titles such as 'The Little Sun' (Taiwan; 2009), to short films 'Spring Comes" (Korea; 2009) and "En Agosto" (Colombia; 2008), to student films, such as "Lightmare" (France; 2009). Notably, the China feature project 'Da.Hai' (2012) looks to rival the best Asian animation has to offer (video available).In Da.Hai, viewers are acquainted with characters and deities who are charismatic, flippant, heartbroken, stoic, and all other manners appropriate for an epic fantasy about the emotional inclinations of gods and men. Eighty percent of the physical, animation production for Da.Hai is to be completed in-house by B&T; Studio, whose staff would blossom roughly threefold to 60 or 80 artists at full production. Planet Nemo Animation (Paris, France) is contributing as well, helping raise financial support outside of China.
They added dialogue for Kikki's delivery service dub and I thought that actually made it better :-p (Mainly with the cat)Oh God, that dub was so bad! Why did they do that to Jiji? Phil Hartman was totally miscast in my opinion. We all hate that dub in my house.
They added dialogue for Kikki's delivery service dub and I thought that actually made it better :-p (Mainly with the cat)
I just wanna say... I never found the Spirited Away dub to be bad or offensive. I actually liked it very much. I remember reading a magazine article in 2002 or something that stated that Lasseter had kept the dub very faithful, adding lines to silence only in instances such as having text on screen that American audiences couldn't read. Lasseter was also very enthusiastic about the film and I don't think he took the careless attitude toward it that we've seen in several past dubbings.I dunno, sometimes I think you guys are too harsh. I wish I could find a copy of that article I read. Can you give me examples of pointlessly changed or added lines?
We like the Totoro dub, however, both the Fox one and the Disney one.
I just wanna say... I never found the Spirited Away dub to be bad or offensive.
I think he used a lot of motion video reference
WHY DOES IT TAKE SO LONG FOR DVD'S TO COME OUT. Okay, it still has to air in theatres, but afterwards it'll still take a year before it's out.
Still waiting for someone to have the balls to release their content in every possible format to the entire world simultaneously, like Valve games.