Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Best animation Movies Ever #15 How to Train Your Dragon

Tej Kohli animation blog presents the 15th movie on its top 25 list. Taking this spot, is the very popular movie, Finding Nemo. Read on to know what makes this movie stand out only at Tej Kohli blog.

This movie changed the belief that fish are friends not food. At times, we are not out-rightly impressed with the stunt voice casting. Its not unusual to see celebrities showing up in animated flicks these days. They do their own voices and put the more talented, voice actors out of work. But in a very few films like this one, celebrity voices actually help shape the movie and storyline, while turning it into something wonderful and impressive. Finding Nemo takes you on an exciting journey with Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres, who will make you laugh all the way through what is eventually a serious story.

Nemo is a little orange clown fish, the only kid of his father. And as we've seen in many other animated pictures on animal kingdom, it is a jungle out there (in this case, a vast ocean). This movie saw Pixar at its creative best as they created an underwater world so vast and beautiful that one really couldn't imagine how Marlin would ever find Nemo. But the treatment of the story and unfolding of the events is so well put that you will actually become a part of their journey.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Best animation Movies Ever #16 How to Train Your Dragon

Tej Kohli list of best animation movies comes up with another remarkable movie to have found a place here at our blog.

Some may despise us for listing such a recent movie in the Tej Kohli's list of best animation movies ever, but this countdown could go no further without mentioning it. How to Train Your Dragon is undoubtedly one of the best movies in the recent few years, animated or otherwise.

DreamWorks has offered a slew of successful computer-animated films since Shrek and several others. But Dragon is an exception, as it is the first movie by Dreamworks that has a "Pixar feel." By this we intend to say that it worked on several levels, besides being just funny.

The movie portrays the story of Hiccup, a weird kid trying to fit into the Viking society he was a part of. The movie benefits from some great humour, but also has some heart touching moments, especially where Hiccup bonds with Toothless, one of the Dragon's that are the long time enemies of his community. This movie depicts a beautiful emotional journey which leaves a lifetime impact on viewers.

Tej Kohli blog will be back with more interesting movies, so stay tuned!

Friday, August 19, 2011

Best animation Movies Ever #17 The Lion King

Tej Kohli animation career blog's list of best animation movies continues with another popular movie taking 17 spot on the chart.

Read what makes The Lion King one of the Disney's best work even after 17 years, at Tej Kohli blog.

Lion King was one of the trendsetter movies in the Disney era. Released during the early 1990s, Lion King turned out to be a huge hit and became one of the highest revenue earning traditionally animated film ever released.

Even 17 years later Simba, Scar and Mufasa are household names thanks to the enormous popularity of the sequels, songs and Broadway plays and everything that has been inspired by the movie. But who would have thought back in 1994 that all the characters would become some of the Disney's most popular creations.

The movie showcases Simba's Journey to adulthood, retribution, and taking up his rightful place as the lion king. While, there is nothing new about the story, but the content has been delivered very effectively. While the movie was full of Disney's cliches like tragic origin, comic animal sidekicks, lessons in life, it works amazingly well, perhaps because the of the unique vibe given the proceedings by the artists' African landscapes and the fantastic music by composers Elton John and Tim Rice. Combining tried and true concepts with new and interesting angles - call it the Disney Circle of Life.

Tej Kohli suggests you to also watch the 3D version of the movie which has recently been released this year. For more movies keeping coming back to Tej Kohli blog.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Best animation Movies Ever #18 Ratatouille

Tej Kohli animation carrer blog is back with another fantastic movie which sits pretty at the position 18. Read on to know what makes this movie so special at Tej Kohli blog.

No one in his wildest dreams would have imagined that an animated movie would have us all drooling over the delectable french cuisine.

The central character of the movie Remy, was not on some princess rescue or on a mission to save the world, but was the world's first Foodie hero. As a Parisian rat who refused to uphold the family tradition of eating garbage and moving around in filth. Remy is the epitome of what Pixar is good at, creating anxious, yet daring, oddball. Add in some bright colors, some kitchen accidents and an unusual friendship over a simmering flame and the world's greatest equalizer food, the outcome is a the beautiful story about finding one's place in the world of harsh realities.

One tiny bite of this amazing feast and you'll be instantly transported back to your childhood; when things made sense and the world was still filled with wonder.

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