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Balto Movie as an Inspiration!,

First, why would I rate this movie a ten? Well honestly, I'm sicken tired of these no-good-for-nothing CGI movies, although there are a couple of exceptions, for example, Ice Age, Bolt and How to Train your Dragon. The old style animation alone is one of the reason why I so love that movie!

Second, when it comes to the sotryline, you really can't stray too much from a true story, so I'll cut some slack on that. But I must mention that they worked very well with what the writers had, I mean honestly, a story about a dog-sled team traversing the frozen plains? BORING! Add a little Balto twist into it... BAM! Success!

Finally, the characters themselves. What are the odds of putting together sucha good team? Two bears that can't swim, a goose that doesn't fly, and a wolf/dog that can't really place himself?! That makes the viewer feel so bad for the group they have no choice but to cheer them on!

The Movie to me is inspiraring in the sense that no matter who you are and what your short-comings may be, if you hold fast and keep striving and stay in the fight one more round, you can make it!

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November 19, 2010
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You and I have something in common about Japanese cartoons Noodlejoe (by the way to you guys who like Japanese cartoons, sorry, no offence to you)

November 18, 2010
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I do agree with you too! I did like Legend of the Guardians and How to Tain your Dragon though, and I am a fan of some Japanese styled movies, but Balto will forever be one of my favourites!

November 18, 2010
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I completely agree with you 100% on good for nothing CGI movies i really had my doubts about howe to train your dragon and it turned out to be one of my favorites. I also commend you on your old style stubborness. These day more people are turning to japanese style cartoons and they drive me nuts!

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