The following video was released in 2013. Before the release of The Wolverine, Timdiana decided to take a look at what’s been considered the worse film in the X-Men franchise: X-Men Origins Wolverine. Will the Film Adventurer need a healing factor to endure this one? Find out on Cinematic Adventures. Note: The video was ripped […]
When moviegoers think of hit animated features they tend to think of the likes of Disney or Dreamworks. However,for me, I tend to get excited from the latest work of Laika. The successor of Will Vinton have made a name for themselves with their stop motion animation, and they have proven to be successful with features such as Coraline, ParaNorman and Kubo and the Two Strings. So naturally I was thrilled to see Laika’s latest venture, Missing Link, making its way to theaters. Directed by Chris Butler Missing Link brings out the lighter side of the animation studio while playing with the concept of mythical beasts. While it did not appear to be the most captivating of animated movies Missing Link looked to be an entertaining time, and after seeing it for myself it turns out that the new animated feature was just that.