Adorable style, fluid animation, nice colours, fitting music – a lot of good work more or less wasted on a too pointless and generic story built on rather vague symbolism.
One person’s life – with balloons. Not in my inflatable book.
Naive and profound symbolism executed in a charmingly wiggly style.
Touching and very stylish in a primitive way. Maybe in my book of doing the best with what you’ve got.
A knight in shining armor saves the maiden in distress … not! Or does he?
This new take on an old trope is symbolic, surprising, and strong – but also uneven, unresolved, and too abrupt. Not in my book of domestic violence.
Colour, contrast, form, movement, sound. A dense and saturated visual treat relying a bit too heavily on rather high-strung symbolism.
Moving in both senses of the word, but ultimately not in my book of work and play.
Ah, the pursuit of love – and it’s glorious fulfillment!
Funny, very well executed, and definitely among the cheekiest things I’ve ever set my eyes upon. Probably in my book of codpieces.
Suspenseful thriller with some thoughtworthy moral dilemmas concerning how far one should go to solve a crime and save lives.
Flawed by a big red herring that is rather sloppily discarded. But then again, without that fishy diversion only one reasonable solution would remain.
Not bad, but not in my book of mystery.
Someone unearthed legendary director Robert Zemeckis first student film, which is well made though unmistakably … film school-esque?
Only mildly interesting unless you’re an ardent aficionado. Not in my book of man versus machine.