As this beautifully animated short proves, caffeine is a hell of a drug.
The studio behind this teaser is looking for funding to develop this into a feature length film and all we can say to the potential producers out there is "PLEASE."
Unfortunately, humans can't just swap organs around with ease. Then again, we've gotten so good at it that we're even looking to other animals for help.
For 15 years, the animation studio was the best on the planet. Then Disney bought it.
Fans have long speculated that the universes of the two animation series are connected, but here's how the story of "Rick and Morty" is directly happening around and after the events of "Gravity Falls."
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Perhaps the real revelation here is that he can just effortlessly channel "normal drunk" when voicing Rick.
Try as you might to stay awake, your body has other plans.
This is a really thorough explainer to the most angsty subgenre in pop music over the last hundred years. (We would say ever, but baroque was pretty angsty.)
Do you have to pay for the spuds, fries and chips as separate utilities? Or is it included in the rent?
As development boomed and drought took hold, the windy city was a bone dry tinderbox packed with people. All it took was one dumb bovine to set the place up in flames.
According to artist Hayley Morris, "Everything was shot in camera using paper, projections and translucent materials like plastic and glass. The band's brief was to create something inspired by 'wilderness of the mind.'"
Green may be the color of wealth, but the popularity of your animated faves might be pegged to yellow.
Without Adolphe Sax, there'd be no jazz, no Kenny G, no Epic Sax Guy. Having avoided death on seven different occasions, we very nearly almost had a world without Sax.
What's better than good old-fashioned "DOOM" action? What about "DOOM" starring a BFC (a Big Furry Cat)?
Wubba-lubba-dub-dubbing your way through Los Santos, "Rick and Morty"-style? Sounds great to us.
And why make a wolf do a silly dance if you're not going to set it to "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by The Proclaimers? I mean, c'mon.
Disney's latest hand-drawn film was 2011's "Winnie the Pooh" — you could say it's just because 3D films are more popular, but the reasons why Disney went this direction go a little deeper than that.
Artist Victor Doval used frequency bands to algorithmically define the parameters of this visualization. It is meant to appear like a 24-hour time-lapse experienced in 290 seconds "from sunrise to sunrise."
When people lobbed criticism at him, he refused to respond in frustration... for the most part.
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