Link to the Trailer: Scrooged (1988)
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I’m going to start this post with a warning: there will be major spoilers in my review. If you haven’t seen The Force Awakens yet, go see it! It was simply amazing! I was absolutely satisfied as a Star Wars fan and I can not wait until Episode VII! With that said, I won’t be posting my review here. To respect those who may not have seen the film yet and are still trying to avoid spoilers, I’m going to link to hidden pages on my blog where the review will be. I may eventually update it after a while to be regular posts.
These Links Contains Major Spoilers!
My review of Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Part 1
My review of Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Part 2
If you don’t know who Don Bluth and Gary Goldman are, I can guarantee you probably know some of their work. An American Tail, The Land Before Time, All Dogs Go To Heaven, and The Secret of NIMH are just a few of the movies that Don and Gary have worked on. They also created the hugely popular arcade game Dragon’s Lair. Dragon’s Lair is what I’m here to talk about. Don Bluth has started an Indiegogo campaign to fund a pitch presentation video for Dragon’s Lair: The Movie! A movie based on Dragon’s lair has been long requested by fans and now it could become a reality with a little help. I grew up watching Don Bluth films (Anastasia and All Dogs Go To Heaven being two of my favorites) and when I found out about the Dragon’s Lair project, I decided to contribute to it. To me, it’s worth giving a little to support classic animation and a legend like Bluth. There are also some really cool perks for contributing, like signed posters, digital books, and tutorials from Don Bluth. I’ll post the link to the campain at the end of the post if you’d like to learn more about the project. I’ve never played Dragon’s Lair and I honestly don’t know it that well. My support comes from a love of animation and being a fan of Don and Gary’s work. Check out their Indiegogo page and show your support. That’s all I’ve got for now, see ya next time!