Rule #805: Animation is not just for kids, ’cause grownups like it too!
It turns out dreamers dream of electric sheep. In 1974, Pixar started as a group of visionaries who longed to see a film produced via computer generated art. In 1986, one John Lasseter presented Luxo Jr. the two-minute story of a charming, young desk lamp. Join Jeff, Heather and Rusty as they discuss their favorite Pixar films.Plus they talk about how the digital art house revolutionized the industry of animated film with a nearly perfect blend of extraordinary, acute, technical artistry and poignant, emotive storytelling that your favorite five year old and 95 year old will enjoy together.