Tag Archive "animation"

Toy Story 4

Movie Review: Toy Story 4 won’t soon be forgotten

There was understandable caution when Toy Story 4 was announced a few years ago, and even more leading up to this weekend’s release. I’m here to report you have no reason to worry, and better ...

NSERC

NSERC CCI Program gives $149K to Sheridan

Sheridan College will receive $149,331 in research funding through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada’s (NSERC) College and Community Innovation (CCI) Program to fuel digital human visualization and animation development.

pets 2

Movie Review: There’s More than 2 Secret Lives of Pets

Illumination’s The Secret Life of Pets 2 offers a simple, pleasant kind of movie. Sure, it’s another animated sequel. But the good-natured simplicity and earnestness it offers makes it hard to dislike. And it’s also, ...

Uglydolls

Movie Review: The UglyDolls have a little beauty

UglyDolls, as an animated family film, is such a pleasant surprise. It’s easy to make a tepid movie with bright, colourful weirdos and have them belt annoying pop music every ten minutes. While UglyDolls is ...

Missing Link

Movie Review: Missing Link is a Lovely Little Masterpiece

Only once a year or so is an animated movie appropriately praised for its worth. It’s a genre that rarely is charming, beautiful, entertaining and enjoyable for all ages – and all at the same ...

Movie Review: Wonder Park is Woefully Plain

Don’t let the amusing title and bright lights fool you. Wonder Park is a massive missed opportunity to create a shameless and joyful movie. What should have been colourful escapism is instead a boring, creepy ...

Animation Day Mike the Knight

Animation Day: a 50 year celebration at Sheridan

To mark a half-century of teaching animation at Sheridan, the college is hosting an Animation Day on Campus this Thursday, February 7th.

Spider-Verse

Movie Review: The Spider-Verse soars with a new Spider-Man

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a magnificent movie that’s full of surprises. From an inventive screenplay to its top-notch production design, it’s the best animated film of the year. And in an ocean of sequels, ...

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Movie Review: New Ideas in Ralph Breaks the Internet

Animated sequels are a tough bet. While most kids are excited to see the further adventures of favourite brands, adults get lost or bored instead. Ralph Breaks the Internet, however, moves from the video arcade ...

Movie Review: The Grinch is a Mean, Green, Adorable Machine

With the holiday season unofficially starting, the annual sludge of holiday movies is also upon us. Thankfully, Universal’s The Grinch has something charming to offer.

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