If you donít know the name John Van Deusen, perhaps you remember the indie band The Lonely Forest that he fronted from 2005-2014. Based in Anacortes, Washington, lead singer and main songwriter, Van Deusen and company released two EPís, and four full-length indie/rock albums to modest critical acclaim. If this is your introduction to his work, welcome. Venturing out as a solo artist, he meticulously planned four albums titled I Am Origami, with part one releasing in 2017, and part two dropping the following year, in what was this reviewer's runaway favorite album of 2018...
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With 22 films culminating into something as monumental as Avengers: Endgame, it may leave fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) wondering: what's next? Spider-Man: Far From Home is the first film to follow Endgame, and serves as a sort of epilogue to the events from that film. If you were left with a world of questions regarding what life after Endgame might look for people living in this world, Far From Home does an impressive job taking the baton and continuing the race...
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Up until 1995, animated films were typically hand-drawn, hand-painted cels painstakingly created by skilled artists who had to draw each frame of an animated film by hand. Computers had just begun to aid in the creation of more difficult shots (like the ballroom dance in 1991's Beauty and the Beast), but there had yet to be a whole film made entirely by computer animation... until Toy Story. Twenty-four years ago, Toy Story changed the way we view animation forever. Not only was it this incredible tale about how kids' toys come to life when no one is watching, but it was truly an animation marvel--and the introductory project for a new little animation studio called Pixar. Its success spawned a sequel four years later that was easily better than the original in every way. And eleven more years later, we were given Toy Story 3, which took the series to new, emotional heights. And with each film, it was exciting to see these characters really come to life with more detailed and more breathtaking animation. If any characters deserved to benefit from the growth of computer animation, it was easily these toys. Now, another nine years later, we have the unexpected (but oft-talked-about) Toy Story 4, a hilarious and emotional possible conclusion to a series that has lasted for nearly a quarter of a century...
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