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AustinDR

aka Austin Robinson

  • I live in Ripley, MS
  • I was born on May 15
  • My occupation is Student at Blue Mountain College
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    John Lasseter

    November 22, 2017 by AustinDR

    And....the wheels keep turnin': https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/21/business/media/john-lasseter-pixar-disney-leave.html

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    I Have a Plan (Thoughts)

    August 13, 2017 by AustinDR

    Still listening to "I Have A Plan" sung by Scar in The Lion Guard. It's not one of the best villains songs I've heard, in part because Scar is voiced by someone else other than Jeremy Irons. With this song....I don't know, it lacks that "umph" that "Be Prepared" had. It's also not as visually thrilling as the scenes in the original film either. I mean, so in "I Have Plan," we're treating to the Pride Lands erupting into flame, but in the other song, we see the ground literally rising up as Scar was reaching the climax of his song; it was visually striking with the red tone and hellish atmosphere. I know that this is nitpicky, but I also felt "I Have a Plan" wasn't as fluffed as "Be Prepared." Scar is a master orator who uses extravagant wor…

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    Now, this was what I was highly anticipating for a whole month. In short, the Battle of Mewni is a two-hour Disney XD television movie based on the series Star vs. the Forces  of Evil. This show revolves around a young girl named Star Butterfly, a princess from another dimension who inherits the family wand that was passed down from one Mewman queen to another. The wand possesses magical properties that Star kind of ends up misusing, eventually culminating in her being sent to Earth (because her parents don't really care about the collateral damage in that dimension). From there, she began to live with Marco and his family. Meanwhile, a group of monsters, led by a short Kappa-like creature named Ludo, are out to claim her wand.

    I began to watc…

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    Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back the Falls: If you couldn't have guessed, Gravity Falls is one of my favorite cartoons, so, naturally, I was preparing myself to watch the final episode in the series. I had gotten most of my homework finished, and I called my mom in to watch the third part in the Weirdmageddon trilogy. I absolutely loved the episode; I felt that Gravity Falls had one of the best endings in an American cartoon, with Avatar: The Last Airbender being a close second. For those that don't follow the show, Weirdmageddon is an apocalyptic event that was built up throughout the series. The term, Weirdmageddon is a portmanteau word that combines "weird" with "Armageddon," the mythical final battle between God and Satan. This cataclysmic …

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    I absolutely understand why many people were most likely dissatisfied with the new incarnation of the Mistress of All Evil herself, Maleficent, in the 2014 film of the same name, and that they believe that it's inferior to the original 1959 classic. However, in my honest opinion, I kind of like the 2014 incarnation of Maleficent a little bit more than the 1959 incarnation of her. Here's why:

    1. More personality: While I do enjoy the original Maleficent for being hammishly evil, this was also my main problem with her as well. To be honest, she didn't have much of a personality to speak of. She committed all of these heinous acts in the film, and we're never given a reason as to why she does what she does, other than the fact that it's just evil…
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