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24 September 2005 @ 09:40 pm
A tale of a murder most foul.  
Tonight I saw The Corpse Bride. It looked gorgeous; it's hard to believe but it is so far ahead of Nightmare Before Christmas in the animation. It looks like 3-d computer animation; it's amazing how smooth it is. Although there were some oops! jerky moments where the animation didn't flow properly. The story was predictable but still quite enjoyable - as proof of the point, the movie felt quite short. Granted, at only an hour and a half it certainly wasn't long but it never dragged or even slowed down. Very tight.

On a completely different subject, Planet Feedback is still down and that's too bad. I am oddly fond of entertaining myself by reading customer complaints about Bath & Body Works. I may have a fantasy going about reading about myself someday.
capturedcapuu on September 25th, 2005 06:33 am (UTC)
How was the music, though? It's befuddling that they keep using Nightmare Before Christmas's music in the commercials, kinda like they used Requiem for a Dream in LotR ads.
Suzik00kaburra on September 25th, 2005 02:40 pm (UTC)
The music was...okay, I guess. It never did anything good for the movie. One of the songs, about halfway through the movie, was very similar to the 'Augustus Gloop' song in Charlie in that you could easily substitute the words from one song to the other with no problem. None of the songs did anything to move the plot alongl; they were just sort of there. :-/ Movie could've done without them and been fine, which is probably why they use Nightmare music - the Corpse Bride'sM/i> music didn't cut it.
captured: The exact feeling.[Fallen by aido]capuu on September 25th, 2005 06:46 pm (UTC)
I had a feeling the music wouldn't be that mentionable with the Nightmare coating. Darn. ._.