Friday, June 22, 2012

REVIEW: La Luna 3D

La Luna

June 22, 2012

Enrico Casarosa


6 minutes 53 seconds



Pixar always outdoes themselves every time they make a short film.  From unique works of art like 'Day & Night' to humorous ones like 'Geri's Game,' the guys behind these wonderful shorts always have something magical up their sleeves.  Their new short 'La Luna' is no exception to this long standing fact.  'La Luna' tells the story of a boy, his father, his grandfather, and the moon.  Saying anything else will ruin how unique this is from all other Pixar shorts.  This short has more subtle humor rather than laugh out loud jokes.  It also tells such a beautiful story using only visuals rather than cheeky dialogue.  The way things turn out at the end of the short are not only sugar to the eyes, but just so unbelievable and so clever at the same time.  When you go to see 'Brave,' you're going to see this without a doubt.  Even if you don't enjoy the main film, you will still look back and think of this wonderful short film.  'La Luna' is an exhilarating and beautiful short film that, with the help of some great 3D, takes you in to a world unlike anything Pixar has ever created.

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