I think that if the Warrior Cats movie does anything like what The Guardians of Ga’Hoole did, it’d be perfect. That level of high-def animation with plenty of realistic details and behavioral motions, I’d be in heaven. They were able to come up with fantastic character designs while keeping it super realistic and for that first intro scenic flying scene I had thought for sure that it was a real owl before we got up close to their faces.
Plus they were so talented at keeping the birds realistic even as they used tools and everything.
The attention to detail they put into this film was mind blowing. If they can do that with feathers, they can do that with fur.
The shots were dramatic, the fighting was breath-taking.
You can not look me straight in the eye and tell me that wouldn’t be badass.
THERE IS SO MUCH LOVE IN THIS ANIMATION. The owls are so true to form and yet they have such a range of expression, I just love them so much and I would love it so intensely if the Warrior Cats movie took some notes when they think about how they’ll portray our childhood fictional cats.
Someone get Animal Logic on their development team stat. PLEASE.
Let’s be honest, we all called Guardians of Ga’Hoole “like Warriors, but with owls” so if this style doesn’t speak prophecy and dramatic fights and badass but lovable animals to you, kindly get your eyes checked.
It would be an honor to call the Warrior Cats movie “Guardians of Ga’Hoole movie, but with cats.”