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Category Archives: CGI Animation


Copyrighting Characters – Kung Fu Panda to Chop Kick Panda

Recognise this chap? He’s a fun, lovable but overweight panda from a recent film, who just happens to uncover ‘fists of fury’ in his quest to become a true martial arts master. His name, of course, is Po… Lu. And … Read more ⇒

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Dreamworks’ Megamind Film Review

Regular readers of this blog will know that our film reviews are sporadic at best. Basically a film has to be either really good, or really really bad to move us to write a blog (or sometimes it’s just a … Read more ⇒

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A Short History of CGI Characters in Movies

Over the course of my short, but fairly eventful life, the use of computer generated characters in movies has… progressed somewhat. When I was 7, Terminator 2 blew my mind. When I was 9, Jurassic Park had me hiding behind … Read more ⇒

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Avatar Film Review

For the past month we’ve been allowing the hype surrounding Avatar build to a crescendo that was practically deafening us, and last night, finally, we succumbed. We put it off because we really wanted to see it in Imax, but … Read more ⇒

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