samedi 23 avril 2011

Your Friend the Rat


In three parts first is upper.


Your Friend the Rat is Pixar's first short film to feature traditional animation. At 11 minutes, it is also the longest Pixar short to date. Along with 2D animation, the short also includes stop-motion animation, computer generated imagery (CGI) and live action, much like the children's television show,A Little Curious. Like the feature length film on which it is based, Your Friend the Rat also features a musical sequence.
The short takes on the form of an educational film and stars Remy and Emile, two brown rats who argue for the reconciliation of humans and rats. They use historical facts presented to various styles of animation, as well as biased nonsense.
Your Friend the Rat won the Best Animated Short Subject category at the 35th annual Annie Awards and was released on DVD and Blu-ray with Disney·Pixar's Ratatouille (November 6, 2007).

24 commentaires:

  1. I have yet to watch Ratatouille. I shall be sure to check out Your Friend The Rat. As Bob said, it looks cute ^_^

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  2. Loved watching Ratatouille. Great blog.

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  3. I wish there was more traditional animation nowadays, I'm sick of 3D movies

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  4. Well, It's pretty interesting to say the least..

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  5. It almost seems like 2D animation is going to be a lost art before too long. +follow

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  6. Oh yeah, this one is really good :)

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  7. Uhm, I didn't though Ratatouille was worth watching, maybe I'll give it a shot now.

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  8. Haha that was a great movie.

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  9. I didn't like Ratatouille as I did some other cartoon flix. Just a little boring for my taste.

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  10. Very interesting stuff. I still prefer 3d (rendered) movies though.

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  11. Thanks for the share, always loved ratatouille

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  12. That was awesome. Pixar is on a whole other level of animation movie making. It's all in the stories which most of these studios don't understand. Love Pixar.

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  13. Never got to finish this movie. ><

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  14. Cool video! =) Enjoy'ed watching it.

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  15. i also miss hand drawn animation :(

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  16. Liked the orgiginal movie! never seen this though! Thanks! :D

    followed!

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  17. This was so awesome. I loved the show.

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  18. Awesome! Good to see Pixar spreading their wings a bit.

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  19. It's great we have Pixar and Dreamworks to challenge each other... movies just become better and better..

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