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NO SUBTITLES IN HALF OF CINEMAS FOR TOY STORY 4

Thousands of deaf children could miss out on seeing Toy Story 4 because more than half of cinemas aren’t showing it with subtitles, the National Deaf Children’s Society says. EXCLUDED The film hit cinemas across the country on Friday, 21 June and f

TOP 10 CARTOON DOGS

When we say "Top 10 Cartoon Dogs" we specifically mean animated. So actually, scrap that... TOP 10 ANIMATED DOGS And so ladies and gentlemen, we are in the awards season and as controversial as ever The Journalix are happy to buck the trend as we r

HERE’S JOHNNY!

The Shining (1980) is undoubtably a masterpiece of a movie. Based on Stephen King's dark and twisted 1977 novel, directed by Stanley Kubrick in his prime and with Jack Nicholson at his menacing best, it's a complete thrill-ride, a rush, utterly enthr

TEN MINUTES OF UP

Jesus Christ the Lord, Mary & Joseph. That is blasphemy ladies and gentlemen and I apologise if I offended you, but fuck me this is difficult to write about never mind to watch it. It's beautiful first and foremost. 10 minutes of animation tel...

THE CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE WITH MOVIE STUDIO IDENTS

You decide to take a trip to the local cinema on a cold winter's night. The sun went down almost 5 hours ago yet it's only 8pm. There's a buzz in the air about the film you're here to see, the trailer kicks ass and the director has shown some rea...

STOP ME IF YOU THINK YOU’VE HEARD THIS ONE BEFORE

It's the summer of 1998 in L.A. and some sweaty little man with bad coffee breath is pitching an idea to two Dreamworks executives, each with a cigar between their fat stubby little fingers. Sweaty man: "OK guys, I have a great idea, listen to th...

ONE FOR THE KIDS

If you have kids then you'll know how they can be repetitive. I don't mean that to sound bad, what I mean is they thrive on routine and if you give them something that they like, they'll do it again and again until it's no fun any more and you find y...

PIXAR EASTER EGGS

One thing we love here at The Journalix is a sense that whatever form of art you are experiencing, there is a level of depth to it. It gives you a feeling that whoever put it together knows what they are doing. It might have been spontaneous in its e...

SOME ADVICE FROM EDNA MODE

Bob Parr, aka Mr. incredible, is getting back into the game after years in the wilderness - as one of the world's leading superheroes! But there's one thing holding him back - his old suit needs repairing and nowadays it's ever-so-slightly tight ...

THE DEARTH OF STOP-MOTION ANIMATION

That's not a spelling mistake in the heading of the article. Stop motion is not dead - it lives on strongly in the world of Aardman in particular. But there are general concerns from me that the sheer workload and costs incurred with such a heavy sch

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