Sunday, May 18, 2008

Big Fish...


On this day...

Five years ago "Wall-E" director Andrew Stanton's "Finding Nemo" premieres. It will go on to make massive amounts of cash for Disney and give the Lamp much greater leverage in contract negotiations. The success of this film adds fuel to the fire for Eisner's ouster...

3 comments:

Bob & Rob "Professional American Writers" said...

What a great film...really so many positive messages packed in to one movie. Hopefully one of those messages wasn't to gloat over someone loosing a job/career they cared deeply for...(those who knew Eisner tell of how much he loved the very thing and place we all care about...sad, but, that's so often over-looked).

Honor, I know that's not what you meant to imply...it just reminded me of tough times he faced. Great job with the site! Your pals, Bob & Rob

Gabriel said...

Funny, how Finding Nemo is one of that movies, that simply is perfect. Not just the message, but the whole production.

Spokker said...

I couldn't care less about positive messages and Eisner was a scumbag in the end.

Nemo is a movie you could watch on mute, and I probably would since Ellen Degeneres' voice is so grating. It is such an awe-inspiring film to watch, and really took CGI to a new level.

It is my second favorite Pixar film behind RAT * TAT * TOOIE