Evolution of Pixar animated character movement, how board games adapt movies and more
The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of notable videos from the web. It could be video essays, fan-made productions, feature films, shorts, hilarious skits, or anything about our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, see how the movement and expressions of the film Pixar Animations have evolved over the years to allow for realistic characters. Plus, find out how movies like Aliens, jurassic park, and more. are suitable for complex and engaging board games. And finally, listen to comedians like Roy Wood Jr., Lil rel howery, Lünell, Mrs. Pat, Donnell Rawlings, Sinbad take a look back at the great black comedians who influenced their careers.
First of all, Pixar Animation has evolved dramatically over the years, allowing animators to give characters much more realistic movements and facial expressions. Initiated looks back at the technological innovations of animation of Toy story 2, The world of Nemo, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Cars, Finding Dory, coconut, and Soul to reveal the innovations that made it all possible.
Then board games found new life with complex and exciting gameplay that blows Monopoly and Clue out of the water. But how do you turn some of the biggest blockbuster movies into gripping board games that don’t look like cheap brand wins? CineFix delves into the way games like Aliens: another glorious day in the body and Unparalleled Jurassic Park capture the fun of the big screen on your table.
In a celebration of black comedians, Central comedy delivers a series called Dark humor, detailing the influences, experiences and perspectives of black comedians. In this edition, listen to comedians like Roy Wood Jr., Lil Rel Howery, Lünell, Mrs. Pat, Donnell Rawlings, Sinbad and many more talk about their early comedic influences, from Richard Pryor to Whoopi Goldberg.