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 Post subject: Meet the Trailer
PostPosted: Sat Apr 15, 2006 5:38 am 
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http://disney.go.com/disneypictures/rob ... ktime+high

this looks fun. The human characters are as believable as the characters in The Incredibles. Fantastic

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has promise. The "todayland" part with space mountain was awesome :)

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OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That was awesome!

The coffee patch thing had be wetting myself!

The animation looks superb! In fact I would even say that it looks even slightly better than The Incredibles! I can't wait for this movie!


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Wow! That looks pretty cool. The animation looks very good, and some of the scenes were funny.

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Direct downloads of the trailer:
http://progressive.playstream.com/scree ... 89_b26.mov (4.6 MB - Small)
http://progressive.playstream.com/scree ... 89_b27.mov (9.2 MB - Large or Medium)

Don't forget to rename the file or you might be scratching your head to where it is. :) I'm sure we've all done this before.

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SWEET!

When Prince Eric sees this, I think he'll agree with me about giving Disney a chance! :wink:

Anyway, it looks great! Too bad the lame lookin' Cars is coming this June instead of this.


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It looks good, I guess; the villian-guy is going to steal the show, I'm sure. He looks like the best character of them all.

I don't really have much else to say; it's what I expected, yet not what I expected at the same time.

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Looks promising :) ...although I'm really having trouble getting used to this 'only-CGI' rule that Disney is implementing. :cry: :?:

And, that caffiene patch part was hilarious! :lol:

AAHHHHHHHH! (sorry!) :P

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Loving it! The caffiene part was great! Animation style is also very warm and inviting, and Todayland was awesom!!! :P

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I liked the animation. But the trailer seemed boring to me. The kid's voice annoyed me. I liked the evil villain guy though.


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has promise. The "todayland" part with space mountain was awesome :)


Yes, that gave me a fanboy giggle. :) Notice the Rocket Jets in the back too? :)

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Yes, that gave me a fanboy giggle. :) Notice the Rocket Jets in the back too? :)


I noticed! Maybe, just maybe, if we're lucky enough we can get a virtual ride on one of the attractions? That would be sweet!!! 8)

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WOW :D
This just looks awesome, i want it now....not in a years time!!
Pssssssh, they should have chucked Chicken Little in the trash can and focused on this as there first CGI movie. The animation looks stunning, and it seems maybe the movie wont be pee pee joke after pee pee joke.

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Meet the Robinsons looks SO much better than Chicken Little. This movie, from what I've seen (which isn't very much), looks and feels more realistic and original than Chicken Little. This is just imo.

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I saw this trailer when I went to go see The Wild (bleugh). I was really excited because this looks great! The villain especially! Ooh, I can't wait!!

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Hogi Bear wrote:
Direct downloads of the trailer:
http://progressive.playstream.com/scree ... 89_b26.mov (4.6 MB - Small)
http://progressive.playstream.com/scree ... 89_b27.mov (9.2 MB - Large or Medium)

Don't forget to rename the file or you might be scratching your head to where it is. :) I'm sure we've all done this before.

Thanks, Hogi!

Best to save the trailer, everyone, since we won't see it on the DVD or BD come 2007...

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I was always interested in this project ever since I read a plot synopsis of it almost a year ago. After seeing the teaser, I'm really ticked off that this has been moved to next year; it looks very imaginative. Although I'm one of the few who actually liked Chicken Little, this certainly looks better. I agree with Andy in that this should've been the first CGI animated classic (they should've swapped this and Chicken Little so that CL could've had more time to iron out its current story problems). From what I understand, though, the film's (Meet the Robinson's) middle act is a mess, which is why the release date was changed.

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...which is why the release date was changed.


The trailer looks awesome, but the release date change really scares me. They actually put March 30 in print in the trailer. Since this is also currently the release date of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles....I hope one of them still changes. I mean, why even try and go up against another family-friendly movie...and one that has a cult following at that? It seems like shooting yourself in the foot to me.

Regardless, I'm looking forward to seeing this movie. It will be a L-O-N-G wait, but at least we have Cars and POTC in the meantime.

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Yes, that looks very promising! Excuse my ignorance, but is the eminent Brad Bird in any way connected with this upcoming attraction?

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