DreamWorks Animation Cleans Up With Maintenance Purchase


New member
Apr 12, 2010
A comic about the maintenance guys for an evil corporation? I would so read that.

And i think Dreamwork can pull of the movie...Though Pixar would been a better choice.


Badass Alien
Mar 2, 2009
Blitzwing said:
Vrex360 said:
Dreamworks Animation makes some truly awful movies. Uninspired borderline junk movies obsessed with silly pop culture jokes and sometimes seem sucpiciously like cheap attempts to compare to Pixar. I mean I remember something about them making a cheap movie about 'Space Chimps' the same year Wall-e came out. Yeah, that was kind of doomed to fail.

So yeah overall, it sounds like an interesting story and premise but given Dreamwork's track record, I don't know how I'll feel about this one.

Space Chimps was produced by Vanguard Animation and Distributed by 20th Century Fox it wasn't one of Dreamwork's.
Oh, okay then. I guess I can apologize to Dreamworks for that one.

But Vanguard Animation are in for a very angry email let me tell you.....

Aura Guardian

New member
Apr 23, 2008
I haven't enjoyed a Dreamworks movie since The Road to El Dorado and The Prince of Egypt...SO I'll pass on this one.

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Feb 23, 2010
rsvp42 said:
Not G. Ivingname said:
I am not sure to be happy for Dreamworks taking something different from what they normal do, or screw it up trying to fit it in the above framework.
So they have a face they like to do in their posters. If there's problems with the movies, that's not it.

THIS... made my day... thank you.

OT: Sounds pretty interesting, I actually don't think they're all that bad, I actually liked Shrek 1 & 2 and Kung Fu Panda, any other movies than those are just meh. I just hope they don't screw up, Dreamworks face or not.


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Feb 22, 2009
Casual Shinji said:
RobCoxxy said:
But Pixar are better.
My thoughts exactly.

Dreamworks Animation has only ever made 2 good movies; Antz and The Prince of Egypt. They might have redeemed themselves slightly with How To Train Your Dragon, but the majority of their track record has been shallow pop culture-referencing garbage.

Oh, and lets not forget the horrendous amount of celebrities they cram into their movies who have absolutely no talent for voice acting.
Exactly. Pixar have more love for their work, which is why pretty much every film is a success, and genuinely funny/entertaining.

Dreamworks tend to do forgettable things that rely on cheap gags, only a few shine through, such as Monsters vs Aliens, which I admit, was awesome.