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this is my first time seeing the film chicken little on dvd and i have to say i really like the whole thing. it is everything i hoped for and more. i was even able to get my two children to watch it and they liked it as well. all in all i was very satisfied with the experience of watching this dvd.
well i am new to this site and would like to say that the review was excellent. and i have an urge to purchase the dvd. i am a chicken little fan. i have seen the film in theaters several times and always enjoyed it. i am a parent and i want to show my children this film. any chance that you would be interested in reviewing my children’s book that has a chicken little theme?
just wanted to say i love your review of the chicken little movie. i am a huge fan of the film, and i have watched it several times now. your review helped me decide to buy the dvd. thanks for your review. i will now read your other reviews and gain a better appreciation of the film. thanks again.
the first time i heard about chicken little was when somebody said it was a really good movie. i thought it sounded like a nice idea and tried to find out more about it, but i couldn’t find anything that sounded as enticing as the idea. when i finally saw it, i found out that it wasn’t even a movie; it was just a trailer. anyway, i don’t know if anybody saw chicken little, but when i saw it i thought that it was one of the best animated movies ever made and that it was hilarious. i remember how funny it was and it was a joy to watch, so i think it’s a good film.
i thought the movie was pretty good. it was entertaining and funny. it’s pretty much a coming of age story about a teenager in high school and it’s a character study. in the beginning, we see chicken little in school as a teenager. he’s goofy and he’s not the brightest bulb in the pack, but he does have a strong character. his friends are immature. they do the things that teenagers do – they goof around, they cut class, and they drink beer. he tries to get them to behave themselves and to grow up, but they’re not ready to. he has a crush on a girl, and she seems not to like him. in the end, he meets a girl and they fall in love. he learns to live a happy and healthy life.
As a musician who has followed the evolution of the jazz style since I was a teenager, its hard to take any element of this legacy and say it is poor or worthless, but much of the MC9 is pretty much music from another era. With the exception of the first album featuring the famous Cuban trumpeter, you hear little of Coltrane’s modal style, or his healthy doses of soulful flamenco. Almost all of them are really hard bop pieces, including the title track, which is really hard bop but they aren’t played in a way that anyone can really describe as jazz, but I remember my father and I dancing to them all the time after I heard these records. (KS)
So, here it is, the album that changed jazz. Herbie went on to become an icon of the genre and a major influence on a whole generation of musicians. So a huge impact, for good or bad, was inevitable. The biggest influence, however, is Hancock. The title track is the sonic testament to that. It also contains Bach, a little later-day Cardew and lots and lots of Coltrane. For the modal structures and the use of staccato and muted chords, Hancock is next-level-coltrane. The piece itself sounds nearly as defined as the Coltrane originals it shares, although it is a very different approach from the one that characterized Coltrane. I could listen to this piece for years. This album is a must for any jazz fan. (JN)
A torrent of a documentary, this is an engaging behind-the-scenes look into the making of UK television and film artists’ domestic and international lives. The perspective is all-encompassing, with an insight into the film industry from four decades past to the present, offering the cast and production staff an opportunity to talk about their craft. Strikingly presented, what results is a lively cross-section of post-graduate living in the UK. (JN)