Rob Schneider...is a polar bear.
Reminder that Rob Schneider is an actual rich Jew, unlike the many /co/ accuses of being Jewish because they're rich
And yet he still manages to be offensive to Asian people, especially in Eight Crazy Nights and I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry.
It's ridiculous; he was tolerable on SNL, what the fuck happened?
Goddamnit, OP, now I want to fuck this chick
But bespectacled lolis is my fetish
no the entire thing is shit
shit animation, shit textures, shit designs, and they all just terrible preset 3D hair
Not to discredit them though, Reel FX did fuckign freebirds and then turned out to be good when they had ideas that werent shit
Who's the animation culprit here?
So... im guessing from how predictable this whole shit looks that shes probably the super-enviromentalist liberal gril power smart ass that is lonely because she has no friends cuz she's 'misunderstood' or whatever but will save the dumb bears life when he goes to the city and then ends up helping him complete his goal in some important way and at the end of the movie will become superfamous and live happily ever after and some shit?
We could only be so lucky.
Sounds about right to me, but let's not forget the mid-to-third-act misunderstanding where the badguy makes it look like one or both have betrayed the other and they mope for fifteen minutes before having a huge cringe-nuke of a concert where they turn the entire population of NYC and Murica at large into eco friendly wankstains.
>Song in trailer that is at least six months out of date.
>Dance sequence that is probably from ending.
>Bad puns in narration.
It's almost like a bad animated bingo card.
>Asshole corporate villain who is evul for the moniez
>NYC is the setting for the fish out of water scenario
>Main character is a misunderstood soft heart
>Everyone back home is a fucking dick but for some reason Norm is the one sent to save their land
Never ends, this shit.
For a moment there I thought the OP image was one of those UNITINU shoops.
This is why Dreamworks and Disney always use that smug face, asymmetry works a lot better something symmetrical, especially with a profile shot. Otherwise the face started to look odd since it's too symmetrical for the mind to see as natural.
This is probably one of those situations where the people in charge are like three animation lessons ahead of the rest of the production staff though. They haven't gotten that far along in their training.
>he doesn't know
January/February are dump months. Everything the studios have no faith in being good or making money gets dumped there or the end of August. March used to be one too until 300 made lodsamone.
Not every movie that gets released then is bad, but even the few good ones are too weird to released at any other time of the year.
I saw the trailer for this before Peanuts. This hurt to watch. I've never been able to say that about something before.
This doesn't even look like an early Dreamworks movie. This is like something that would air on ABC during the early 2000s.
And the trailer just kept getting worse.
And that's actually a prime example of the kinds of good movies that could be released in the dump months. No one outside of Clone High fans could look at that and not think it sounded like anything other then biggest piece of shit in the world. The trailers were all pretty bad. Everyone was surprised that it turned out as well as it did, the exceptions were about on par with that live-action Battleship movie.
It's a good movie, but impossible to sell well and without the expectation of making that much money.
The few good dump month movies are real weird. Also see The Grey which is a 2-hour philosophical rumination of death, religion and masculinity dressed up as a Liam Neeson action picture.
>Depp voiced Rango
>Depp also acted as Hunter S. Thompson
>Rango wears an unfashionable shirt, like thompson
>Rango is completely crazy, like Thompson
>Thompson cameos in the movie
>mfw no hd torrent of Rango
>mfw stores don't have the blue ray
>>Dance sequence ending
Why do these still happen
The only good animated films I can remember that had these were the first two Shrek films
Surely Hollywood execs aren't still hung up on Shrek?
lel, here's our next epic maymay gentlemen.
He should do the other Titanic movie and its sequel first. It's only fitting to close it out.
Plus the Titanic sequel is one of the most batshit insane things I've ever watched
Holy hell why did i laugh so hard at this
>"They don't call this place a 'concrete jungle' for nothing!"
a polar bear would not have a concept of a jungle
why not have him say "This is a CAT-astrophe!" while we're at it
the sloth trailer alone for zootopia shits all over this for animal punnery, get this filth out of my sight
It's the fact that they're a sure sign that the film was written by committee. No self-respecting writer would pull that shit on their own.
Would anyone be upset if a film didn't end with one? Other than Shrek, I'm pretty sure no really successful animated films have ended with a musical number.
>we live in a time where a movie like this is made
>we live in a time where this movie becomes a meme
I personally prefer "peep beep meme creep" Blart
I recall an post on 4chan "Any can be art, this post is art" was framed and actually sold for thousands
"the states have been erased" always gets me
So we're Blartposting now? Count me in, I've got some good ones.
I hope Blart is the only thing aliens find of the ruins of our civilization if we die out. Just the sheer confusion would be worth it, let alone them actually thinking Blart was a god or something.
Blart posting can't really be defined by our simple English language
It needs a new term for reaching heights of art unheard of until now
we call it
>went to see the good dinosaur
>saw this piece of shit.
Thank God the movie was worth it. It wasn't the best Pixar movie, but it was good. The movie itself seemed like an experiment for realistic animation, but it was a good experiment.
Besides talking about that movie, Norm of the North looks even worse than food fight. Even the trailer was fucking bad. The trailer was like a highlight of the worst moments in the film. Obviously there's more shit to smell when the movie that nobody will see comes out but besides that point I hope to never see this trashy film again
aaaaand there goes the only good thing I see coming out of this
>All these furry movies come out
>The market becomes oversaturated
>Hollywood pushes out garbage
Gentlemen, what we are seeing is NOT the year of the furry.
What we are seeing is the DEATH of furry.
After being used up, and topped off with garbage like this, the public backlash will be massive.
Anthros will be bigger boxoffice poison than superheroes were after Steel.
They will sell worse than videogames after ET.
This is not the rise of furry.
It's the death spasm.
The last big kick before they die off for good.
>drama explosions, flame wars, getting mocked in CSI and other well-known media, in-group fighting, rightful demonization by moral guardians, the unbridled hatred of the entire internet and even mustard gas attacks couldn't put a stop to furries
>what will finally kill them is normies at the box office
I hate furfaggots, but God help the poor fucks if this happens, I wouldn't wish being at the mercy of normies on even my worst enemy.
>not noticing the faint, stretched overlay of Brendan Fraser crying
I had a hard time noticing it too, back when I first saw the image.
Dick status: muh
she looks like a female Carl from Jimmy Neutron
Why does the mom like just like the daughter without glasses?
Except there's totally mistaken identity if you count the bit in the trailer where the nigga thinks Norm is just a guy in a bear suit.
And who wants to bet the villain is evil because his shit retro taste was laughed at.
Is it too late to add one more?
>Shake it off
Into the trash.
>Rob Schneider is still relevant
Never mind the terrible animation and art style, but how?
The worst part is that some kid out there will unironically love this. This will be their favorite movie.
Someday they'll discover that the entire internet hates it. They may even find this thread. Their whole world will shatter.
They'll try to convince anyone who will listen that the movie is actually good with the right mindset. It's actually kind of deep if you look beneath the surface.
They'll fight and fight for this piece of shit film. And eventually they'll go back and watch it again "just to prove everyone wrong", and it will be terrible. They'll still tell themselves they loved it, but deep down inside they'll know its just a facade.
Because that's the eternal truth: Everything you loved as a child is shit.
South Park 64as a child
still somewhat do
I'd probably unironically enjoy it if I played it now
I should hate the living shit out of that game
what's wrong with me