"Granted, but for whatever reason, a wormhole opened up into his past and sucked him into another dimension, taking all of his music with hi... Who am I talking about? :P
I wish I could speak English well again."
"To tell you the truth I watch disney movies so I can act like a child again, so I pretty much just take away the simplest story possible, but I do love the last theory. It makes the story line a lot deeper if the story is about Mushu realizing his…"
"I always figured Mushu was The Great Stone Dragon, that the quest was really his and when the guardians asked him to awaken the great stone dragon it had a hidden meaning of awakening his destiny as Mulan's rightful guardian and that the…"
Animation, Graphic art, Book, Music, Computer Science, Sci-fi, and Fantasy
I'm a CS/Animation emphasis major at BYU. I'm a Star Wars nerd, an animation nerd, and a Lord of the Rings nerd. And a Doctor Who nerd. And a Firefly Nerd. Oh, and most importantly, I'm a huge animation nerd. I now speak fluent Spanish but I learned it at a bit of a cost to my English. Still re-learning it a bit...
I'm also a mormon.
Did I mention I love animation?
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
Books: Lord of the Rings (along with most of J.R.R. Tolkien's other books), most Orson Scott Card books, most Tom Clancy books, Name of the Wind, The Bible, The Book of Mormon, hundreds of other books that I really can't think of at the moment.
Movies: Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, most Disney animated movies and Pixar movies, Don Bluth's animated movies (except for Troll in Central Park), Studio Ghibli movies, quite a few other animated movies, Batman Begins and it's sequels, a bunch of other movies.
Music: Dream Theater, Pilotdrift, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Queen, Led Zeppelin, most metal and rock groups, Brad Paisley, Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Danny Elfman, a lot of other movie soundtracks, a few Gorillaz songs.
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
Star Wars helmets.
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
Jar Jar Binks. I don't like him much, but it'd be fun, lol
I loved the Neil Gaiman episode! One of my all time favorites! :) I haven't hated season six, it has just kind of been a disappointment. I actually didn't hate this last episode. It was one of my favorites in the season. It was intense, but still lighthearted and funny when it needed to be. The thing that did disappoint me is that I guessed who River was at the beginning of the season, and then I was really hoping I was wrong...and then I was right... but I loved the episode overall. I thought it was well done, and very funny. :D
The newest epsiode as in the one where we found out who River was? because I have seen that one. Although I haven't been too impressed with season 6 so far...Which is really sad because I LOVE Steven Moffat...the episodes are just so psychologically thrilling now. Which is good, but not that much of it. Season five, to me, was the perfect season. It had just the right amount of scary monsters and crazy psychological stuff. And Matt Smith. :)
I DO live in St George! haha :) I am mormon, and it's okay if you ask because actually I am never asked. People here just assume everyone is. :) I keep seeing your comments around and I just thought I would like to get to know you because we have similar views and interests. So I added you :)
Hi Chris! So I watched your animation and it was FANTASTIC! And I really want to show my friends, but I deleted the email and I, quite by accident, closed the tab... Would you mind giving me the URL one more time.
P.S. It really was incredible, I loved it, it was so charming and had a "classic Disney Pixar short film" feel to it. Job well done!
I actually thought that short film was amazing, and adorable. So cool. And beautifully animated. I'm gonna go put it on facebook, if that's alright? I think some of my friends would appreciate it, especially since one of them is considering going into animation in the future.
I saw that short film you spammed the pages with, because I suppose if someone went through with that to get it out there, it should be worth watching. And it was. Good job, Chris (and your classmates, too)!