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Elysium

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Which is probably why it's more comfortable for adults to go watch a CGI DISNEY film. It doesn't feel like a kids movie. I mean 50% of MARVEL films are CGI anyway, so yeah I think adults are more inclined to watching a CGI DISNEY film than a 2D animated one.
For whatever reason, people don't think of 3D films as being cartoons the way they do hand-drawn films--or at least, not to the same degree.
 

Face My Fears

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For whatever reason, people don't think of 3D films as being cartoons the way they do hand-drawn films--or at least, not to the same degree.
It's probably because live action films are now mostly CGI/3D films too lol - just look at MARVEL movies or TV shows like She-Hulk where the protagonist is CGI for half the show.
 

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The problem is adults don’t seem to respect the art of animation unless it is specifically made for them. They don’t understand that classic hand drawn films were supposed to be accessible to everybody. CGI appeals to adults more than 2D because they have no imagination left to see the endless possibilities of animation as an art form.
 

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Shrek was also when celebrity VAs went from "they show up sometimes and it's usually when they CAN do a great job" to basically becoming the industry norm.
 

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Shrek was also when celebrity VAs went from "they show up sometimes and it's usually when they CAN do a great job" to basically becoming the industry norm.
Yup, Aladdin walked so Shrek could run with that trope.
 
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