“The Prince of Egypt”, in my opinion, is the single best non-Disney-produced animated film ever made, and it saddens me that Dreamworks hasn’t made another movie that is quite as adult, beautiful, artistic, musical, powerful, and epic as it was.
“Despite all the problems I have with the new Beauty and the Beast, I will say it has one improvement. I hate the design of the human Prince in the animated film and always feel disappointed when the spell breaks. In the new one, the Beast’s design looked weird to me and I was glad for him to turn into the prince.”
#289: “Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus will always be the purple Barbie movie to me. All of the other Barbie movies (at least the early ones) used a pink-and-blue palette - with the exception of the Fairytopia trilogy, which was rainbow - but this one was just shamelessly, shamelessly purple, and I love it.”
One time when I was 15 or 16, I showed my dad The Prince of Egypt which I was really looking forward to. About 15 minutes into the film he asks me “Seriously, you think THAT’S a good film?!“ For someone who loves animation and appreciates that film as much as I did, that comment really hurt me, and even several years later, I STILL get angry thinking about it since the only reason he said it is because it’s an animated film and he couldn’t see the great story past that or even pretend to like it for my sake.