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Has anybody watched the Liberator on Netflix?

I seen it on there and thought looks like Bradley James, could be worth a watch.

I was sadly disappointed to find it's animated, a WW11 depiction that is like watching a moving cartoon magazine images lifted off the page, not the type of animation your used too but like a real image has been cartoonified with software to look like a painted printed image. 

I've noticed a few more like this lately, I hope it's not a new genre of film making as I thinks it is cack and can't watch it.

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I struggle to watch most modern films. To me they are almost universally awful, a rapid and over the top story arch with no time to suspend one’s disbelief or develop character. 

Mir could be nostalgia and that I was more receptive to films when a child but I do not enjoy them anymore. 

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24 minutes ago, figgy said:

Has anybody watched the Liberator on Netflix?

I seen it on there and thought looks like Bradley James, could be worth a watch.

I was sadly disappointed to find it's animated, a WW11 depiction that is like watching a moving cartoon magazine images lifted off the page, not the type of animation your used too but like a real image has been cartoonified with software to look like a painted printed image. 

I've noticed a few more like this lately, I hope it's not a new genre of film making as I thinks it is cack and can't watch it.

It’s not animated. It is real actors with a stylised computer filter over intended to look just like an old war comic. It’s pretty good actually and worth persevering. 

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8 minutes ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

Hello, it was a bit like my family 🙄

Coral Atkins went on to open a children's home near Newbury, 

Was the family called the Ashton's ? It was such a long time ago when I last saw it.

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2 hours ago, oscarsdad said:

It’s not animated. It is real actors with a stylised computer filter over intended to look just like an old war comic. It’s pretty good actually and worth persevering. 

So it's been animated or made to look like, as I said in my post like real images made to look like a cartoon.  Why oh why, just leave as real life-like actors 

This is awful and I couldn't watch it.

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3 hours ago, figgy said:

Has anybody watched the Liberator on Netflix?

I seen it on there and thought looks like Bradley James, could be worth a watch.

I was sadly disappointed to find it's animated, a WW11 depiction that is like watching a moving cartoon magazine images lifted off the page, not the type of animation your used too but like a real image has been cartoonified with software to look like a painted printed image. 

I've noticed a few more like this lately, I hope it's not a new genre of film making as I thinks it is cack and can't watch it.

I did try and watch it but like yourself found it was not my bag.

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Watched the trailer on you tube and to be honest its a bit distracting, it just looks weird.

However this led me to the new Tom and Jerry movie which is even worse. 

1 You should NEVER see human faces in a Tom And Jerry cartoon.

2 Tom's scream in the film is just not funny enough, in the cartoons it was one of the best bits.

3 Seems very PC, watered down violence to the point of non existence.

Will be swerving that as well.

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World's gone mad with woke pc snowflake types.

They should be told hit the off button if not suited. 

Tom and Jerry is all about the violence same with most cartoons, road runner, Elmer fudd to name a few.

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On 21/11/2020 at 18:21, figgy said:

Has anybody watched the Liberator on Netflix?

I seen it on there and thought looks like Bradley James, could be worth a watch.

I was sadly disappointed to find it's animated, a WW11 depiction that is like watching a moving cartoon magazine images lifted off the page, not the type of animation your used too but like a real image has been cartoonified with software to look like a painted printed image. 

I've noticed a few more like this lately, I hope it's not a new genre of film making as I thinks it is cack and can't watch it.

A Scanner Darkly in 2006 kind of kicked off the rotoscoping style of film. 

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The best adult animated film I have ever seen wasFritz the Cat.

On 22/11/2020 at 11:39, figgy said:

World's gone mad with woke pc snowflake types.

They should be told hit the off button if not suited. 

Tom and Jerry is all about the violence same with most cartoons, road runner, Elmer fudd to name a 

 

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On 27/11/2020 at 20:50, Pangolin said:

A Scanner Darkly in 2006 kind of kicked off the rotoscoping style of film. 

Ralph Bakshi’s Lord of the Rings was released in 1978! 
 

granted it’s now done by computers rather than humans individually painting over film cells one by one. A programme like Mocha will take you pre filmed footage and rotoscope everything

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