Friday, June 17, 2016

Annoucement: PotU on Hold, New Project Coming to your Way soon.

Hey, Guys, it’s me again.

Listen closely, I always wanted to start something big for Movies InDepth with an analysis of some of the worst animated films that were ever made with a 2 part pilot I called it Portrait of the Ugly, I knew that in frustration that this one is going to be a little tricky at hand.

I Have announced that the writing of the transcript is on hold to focus on something different for a change before handling the tricky stuff just to finish writing for the rest of the transcript.

In the meantime, I have another announcement to make. And this will be sure that this one would be the one idea that I would be interested to make.

Have you remember the multimedia magazines with the video and audio content on a cd-rom with the goodies in it?

Well, I’m going to revive the multimedia mag format with the one that some gamers remember, while the gamers does not.

I would like to introduce to this mag with a logo.

This is Interactive Entertainment, a multimedia gaming magazine that brings reviews of classic games and the latest hits, bringing you hints and tips on the game if you are stuck, and more.

If you don’t know about the magazine in pacticular, here are examples of some the games the IE has covered in the past:

I have planned to launch the mag this summer with Episode 0 available for download free.

After the episode is out, I have planned for subscription cost for IE that will be available in Digital copies first, then Physical Copies second.

The cost for IE Subscription per mouth is $5.99 CAD/$4.69 USD, per Five Months is $12.50 CAD/$9.70 USD and per Year is $24.44 CAD/$18.98 USD.

The Engine that I am going to use for the episodes is Macromedia Director to practice on making software (and possibly, making games.)

I do not had any plans on the date of Episode 0 yet, but I will keep you updated on the progress on the episode as time moves on.

For now, I hope you would be relaxed and being comfortable for the incoming return of IE.

Til then, I will see you later, Maniac Gamers and I will see you on the Bunker Shack and Episode 0 of the new IE.

I have a confession to say about the incident.

About 1 day ago I had heard the news that a toddler was eaten by an alligator at a Disney hotel in Florida.

That new is stupid and I wish that the stupid parents would pay attention to the son more closely.

However just recently, a mom has written about the quote-on-quote "Blamers and Shamers".

She Stated that:

Yesterday, a two year old boy, splashing in the magical lakefront waters of a Disney Resort, succumbed to the wilds of mother nature. An aggressive alligator scooped him out of the water, right under the watch of his father, who attempted to fight with the alligator to free his baby son. Pure horror. Sheer Terror. Parents who actually had to watch their baby be taken from them, as if they were in some African nature documentary.
A tragic and unforeseeable accident. An accident.
I weep for this mother and father. I am sick with anguish for the pain, agony, misery, and regret pulsating through their viens this very second. And I bet you are too.
But not everyone is.
You see, we now live in a time where accidents are not allowed happen. You heard me. Accidents, of any form, in any way, and at any time, well, they just don’t happen anymore.
Why? Because BLAME and SHAME.
Because we have become a nation of BLAMERS and SHAMERS.
And how are accidents allowed to happen if we can’t blame someone? Surly, they can’t, right? I mean, random acts of nature, unpreventable tragedies, and fateful life changing events that take place in a matter of nanoseconds cannot possibly take place if everyone is being a responsible parent, right? NOPE.
They can’t, because this country and its population of perfect pitchfork carrying mothers and fathers sitting behind keyboards needs to accuse. They NEED TO BLAME, to disparage, to criticize in every damn way and at every damn corner, the parenting of another.
And when do they really get to lick their blaming chops? When a tragic accident happens. That’s when the pouncing is at its freshest, when raw emotion and ignorance collide, and they dig their word claws in, and take hold of whatever grace these grieving mothers and fathers have left in their souls.
And then they tear it out.
Listen to me very clearly perfect parents, VERY CLEARLY.
I’ve had enough of scrolling through comment threads and seeing over and over again questions like “Where were the parents?” and thoughts like, “This is what happens when you don’t watch your kids.”
I have simply HAD ENOUGH.
I have one question for the blaming and shaming moms and dads. You know the ones who immediately blame the parents, the ones who go on the internet and type comments like, “This is nothing but neglect by the parents,” and “They should have known better. Who was watching that little boy?” and my favorite, “I would never let that happen to my kid.”
Here is my question,
Have you ever been to a child’s funeral before?
I have.
The funeral of a child is an event in life that you never, ever want to experience.
Now let me ask you another question.
In the coming week these parents will fly back to their home in Nebraska without one of their children. They will leave a vacation resort, packing up his Buzz Lightyear pajamas and his favorite blanket, and they will make an excruciatingly difficult journey home. A journey that they never in a million years thought they would be making.
They will meet with a funeral director, pick out a tiny casket, a tiny burial suit, and surrounded by family, they will bury their baby boy.
And they will suffer every single day for the rest of their life.
At the funeral for this two year boy who died in front of his parents, can you do me a favor? Can you walk up to the mother and say the words that you just typed out last week? Can you? Can you greet her, hug her, shake the father’s hand and then say, “ Who was watching that little boy? You should have known better. I would never let that happen to MY child.”
Can you do that for me? I mean, you felt those words so deeply in your heart and soul that you typed them for a million people to read. Certainly you can say it straight to the faces of the people you meant it for, right?
Here, let me help you.
Put away your pitchfork for a moment and try this.
To the mother and father who went for a walk on vacation for the last time with their little boy yesterday, I am deeply sorry that you had to experience the worst kind of tragedy possible, an accident. I grieve with you. Your baby was my baby. Your son was my son. I have nothing but love for you, love to help you get though the pain yesterday, today, and for what is gonna seem like a thousand tomorrows. I wrap my thoughts and prayers around your aching heart and soul. May the God of this universe in some miraculous way bring peace to you and your family.
That is what you say. THAT. And just THAT.
I still think that incident is not an accident, so I wrote to her on facebook in a short statement:
No, you're lying. It's still the boy's parents fault that they had left the boy to get snatched and eaten by the alligator. Now you will be sued by Disney for what you have done wrong to that incident. 
You left the boy on purpose just because the parents are just too stupid to notice the son is in danger of getting eaten.

I want to say that you're going to be arrested for neglecting your son and not paying attention.

I'm sorry for being mean here, I'm sorry for your lost. But you did it on purpose here because that tragedy is one of those stories of leaving your child neglected and unprotected.

And that was just wrong, there's no way that you had left your child to get eaten by a gator.

I want to say that you're going to be arrested for neglecting your son and not paying attention.
I'm sorry for being mean here, I'm sorry for your lost. But you did it on purpose here because that tragedy is one of those stories of leaving your child neglected and unprotected.
And that was just wrong, there's no way that you had left your child to get eaten by a gator.
I hope that any incidents like that would never happen again in a long time.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Huh, Ghostbusters '16 is pushed to July 15.

Guess Sony is afraid of the little fishes in the ocean. Oh well, guess they will throw a Hiroshima-Sized Pixels nuke in the form of the female ghostbusters.

I Have No Words...

...Because the Parents were completely idiotic enough to let a toddler get snatch and eaten to death by an alligator at a Disney hotel!

In other words, the parents could get sued by Disney for being a complete fucking moron to let a toddler be an alligator's snack.

#ParentsAreMorons #DisneyGatorAttack

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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

The One Flaw of Finding Dory: A Short Explaination

Why would you make a sequel of a beloved movie completely screw up the continuity?

No, really, why would you screw up a sequel to Finding Nemo (which it is releasing to theaters this week) that completely makes a continuity problem out of it?

If the movie takes place 1 year after Finding Nemo, it should have been released in 2006, or better, it would have been released in 2011 if Cars 2 was canceled because it was a stupid idea anyway and would have instead would take place 6 years after Nemo.

If you are going to release the movie this year, it would have been interesting if it takes place 13 years after Nemo, we would have been seeing the characters grown up like Nemo as a teenager with the same voice actor from the first movie.

Sure you got the characters from Nemo returning for the sequel and also you got new characters here in the sequel, but what's important here is continuity, and that's the issue for the sequel.

Making a movie 1 Year after Nemo for a sequel that was released in 2016 sounds like if the executives did something to Andrew Santon very hard that they don't want to take place 13 years the movie but instead take place 1 year after it, because obviously they want to make Nemo stay as a kid for the sequel for merchandise reasons. (Like literally, there were many merch out there in stores that they have Nemo as kid as seen in the previous promos for the first one photoshopped in for obvious and rename the merch from the first movie's title to the sequel title to give Dory a shot of it's merchandise medicine in the package of many FD merchandises out there.)

It's just wrong for a sequel and it could screw the continuity up a notch just because Disney was so greedy enough to turn Nemo into a cash cow.

Congratulations, Disney. You made Nemo the Anakin Skywalker of Pixar Films, you've been prepping up for a big disappointment in Animation History.

To celebrate your disappointment, here's a quote from Angry Joe here, it means that "You have done f*cked it up!"

And thank god I have avoided the trailers, if I have seen the trailers for the film, it could give away the entire film from beginning to end.

If I said it clear to you, let me sum it up, if you have seen the trailers for Finding Dory or Ghostbusters '16 (Yes, the one that made the internet was freak out that was also releasing this week.), then you have seen the entire movie. As in the trailers has given you away the surprises, hints, and plotlines here.

If I have to analyze the sequel even further here, I will wait for the sequel to come out on Blu-Ray combo pack to come out.

In that way, I've been sure that I will completely explain what would the sequel do right or wrong here, you know.

I got an announcement to tell you about a new multimedia gaming mag that surely will make the maniac gamers feel home from here.

As always, I will see you in the bunker shack and thank you for your patience,

-Andrew Lewis

Thursday, June 9, 2016

I Like to leave you with the first thing in mind.

A Gif Animation of the start of one of the most Depressing Scenes in Film History

I was Using Dreamscape to make a deep dream for the first frames of that depressing scene that cinema has ever suffered while compiling all the frames to make a gif animation using gimp.

Don't worry, the blog's not dead yet, I'm going to drop one last peek of the transcript with the first entry of the 1st pilot idea. 

(And please note: I'm also revising the transcript due to grammar errors, so I am upgrading the draft to 2.5. Expect my revised intro to come in the blog. In the meantime, once I'm done writing the first entry in this one, I will open for editors to help revise the errors in my transcript of my first pilot idea.)

Friday, June 3, 2016

Here it is: I have written the intro of the First Pilot Idea.

Well people, I would like to update you with the status of the first pilot idea, I have finished the Intro of this Transcript and I have started writing on the first entry of my first pilot idea, I do not want to spoil what the first entry would be, well let me say I would leave you a hint or two at the end of the post.

So without further to do here, here it is.

When I think about animation, I think about the good ones that animation has to offer.

Then, when I think about Films, I think the best things that ever accomplished to mankind.

After that, I think about Animated Films, the ones that helped represent animation as an art form.

When I looked into Animated Films, I remember such moments that represented how great and memorable could these ones be.

In some moments, it could make us laugh, some make us cry, in other kinds, it makes our hearts move, in some kinds, makes it beautiful and breathtaking; even in moments that make us cheer or some that makes us heartbroken and feel bad about the good guys that we rooted for; and also don’t forget in moments like these could make us fear for our wits in our childhood.

(Cue clip of Ludwig from Watership Down killing a rabbit while audio for Monty Python and the Quest of the Holy Grail was heard, then cut to the clip of the same film.)

Yeah those are the moments that makes us smile (or maybe some moments could make us scared in some cases) and enjoy those times that makes it more memorable and fun to watch, of course even for the decent, yet weak, films that didn’t live up to become one of the greats, could be considered watchable or go “Meh, no thank you.”

However, when there was a side of great strengths that made an animated film so great and memorable, then there was some animated films that has a dark and ugly side.

And those films made the scar-marks of animation that leaves behind such treacherous trauma in that medium.

Leaving behind some of the most awful, cringe-worthy, pieces of that terrible, no-good godawful wastes of trash to ever reign terror in animation history; Waiting to attempt brainwashing to the audience like alien pods from those bad cheesy science fiction movies.

Well let me clear it up easily, I am talking about the horrendous, most cringe-worthy, wastes of such godawful trash that has ever exist to man; And we are going to look face-to-face on some of the worst animated films that where ever made by analyzing some of the infamously bad animated films that was hated by the critics and audiences by discovering the flaws and how would it been more better if they don’t make those mistakes, meddling the films to death, or if they didn’t screw up in this two-part pilot episode of Movies In-Depth

I’m Andrew Lewis, and this is Portrait of the Ugly: A Look to the Worst Animated Movies Ever Made.

(Cue a montage of clips from the critically panned animated films, along with others clips as the song “Not One of Us” from The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride plays.)

So what did you think about my Intro?

Doe it have problems to my grammar? Does it make sense? Who knows, just go to the comments section below and type to your thoughts about my intro.

Before I go, I would give you a hint about the first one in this painful road to the worst animated films; What animated film that was not only it was considered bad but it was also it is "Annoying. UNGODLY ANNOYING. Just when you think it needs to take a break from being annoying, that's when it gets even MORE ANNOYING!"
What quote belongs to?

And also, let me bring this review of a very crappy fighter from a multimedia gaming mag, which provides a hint for something  that would be intresting.