Podcasts Adult animation By Christopher Lloyd :: Sep 9, 2009 2 comments Just because it’s ‘toon doesn’t mean it’s for toddlers. This week Joe and Chris yap about animated movies made for adults. Powered by Podbean.com Share This Story× Facebook Twitter StumbleUpon Reddit Instapaper Email this story Related Posts The Congress “The Congress,” starring Robin Wright, is a psychedelic meditation on identity, ownership and free will in the digital age and beyond. Continue reading → New trailers: “Big Hero 6,” “Life of Crime,” “Happy Christmas” Disney Animation’s latest, a Jennifer Aniston crime caper, and Anna Kendrick goes irresponsible in this week’s trailers. Continue reading → Mr. Peabody and Sherman True to the spirit of the original while remaining fresh and timely, “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” is a pleasant surprise. Continue reading → Spotted: Did You Notice Rapunzel in “Frozen”? Did Rapunzel and Eugene really have a cameo in “Frozen”? Continue reading → Tags: 9, animation, Fritz the cat, heavy metal, persepolis, Podcasts, ralph bakshi, shane acker, sita sings the blues, wizards 2 Responses to “Adult animation” Steven Holdren says: November 25, 2009 at 5:43 pm Tim Burton was made some great movies. Hopefully he will make many more. He has a great imagination and works with great people. You can’t make animated movies like he has without a lot of people behind the scenes working long hard hours to doing their best work, to do it right. The Movie Whore says: September 10, 2009 at 11:52 am "…emotionally stunted adults" Great line. I recently wrote a post myself on this topic pointing out that Animation is very much a viable medium for adult oriented stories and characters. If you get down to it go back and watch Bugs Bunny. While there is plenty there for the kids, there is also another level that you really only get as an adult.