Kubo and the Two Strings - A Stop-Motion Delight

Kubo and the Two Strings - A Stop-Motion Delight

Kubo and the Two Strings is the best movie yet from Laika Entertainment.

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Stop motion animation is still here in theaters yet traditional 2D animation is still dead :(

Will anyone ever make something like this again please:

Oh I will when it come out this September in the UK!

While I failed to watched the past Laika films but I ain't failing to watch it this time! Granted I did bought the past films dvds but I really need a clear time to watch all three!

I will likely be seeing it cause Japanese mythology, and samisen.

I just wish it was about Motochika Chosokabe.
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Samtemdo8:
Stop motion animation is still here in theaters yet traditional 2D animation is still dead :(

Will anyone ever make something like this again please:

Don Bluth is trying to get a Dragon's Lair movie off of the ground. He was able to accumulate enough money to make a demo reel, but now a studio just needs to invest in the project to make the full movie

I could have seen this movie with friends... and ended up watching Sausage Party instead... I guess I'm seeing this movie on my own...

Other than that, isn't Laika the only studio [not named Aardman] doing feature-length stop-motion movies right now?

I loved this movie! Fantastic visuals, superb voice acting, great tear jerking moments.

If there is any justice in this world, this movie should make a profit and be talked about by the end of the year.

FPLOON:
I could have seen this movie with friends... and ended up watching Sausage Party instead... I guess I'm seeing this movie on my own...

Other than that, isn't Laika the only studio [not named Aardman] doing feature-length stop-motion movies right now?

EDIT:forget what I wrote, didnt read your post correctly

FPLOON:
I could have seen this movie with friends... and ended up watching Sausage Party instead... I guess I'm seeing this movie on my own...

Other than that, isn't Laika the only studio [not named Aardman] doing feature-length stop-motion movies right now?

Pretty much. They're the only ones managing to keep the art form above water. I'm a little worried about Kubo being a success. 2D animation already died. I'd hate to see stop motion go as well.

 

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