It’s amazing how often i’ve heard that said![/quote]
I personally have a preference for Lord of the Rings; however, the films have only a couple of things in common: the genre (fantasy/heroic fantasy), the filming location (New Zealand), and the fact that they’re awesome.
If anything, one might say Narnia is a Christian’s Lord of the Rings. And even that is pushing it…
Yeah. I think Narnia is a bit different and has more heart-warmingness. I could watch that again and again whereas I’d probably get bored halfway through any of the Lord of the Rings films (if I saw them again too soon).
Wall.E is beautiful. I want one. He’s way qewter in this trailer:
so is the lamp.
[size=7]Also… anthropomorphism covers robots too apparently, and Gods and ‘natural phenomena’, not just animals. I got bollocked for asking that in high school english, so I thought I’d put it out there for anyone else who is a little bit curious. I know what you’re thinking, but personification only applies to abstract concepts. Apparently. Geekiness over.[/size]