I might die without you

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I watched this cartoon in my ballet shoes within my distant childhood, when everyone was watching movies on VHS tape recorders. Then I still did not determine what I saw looking at me: a cartoon such as a cartoon, about a pet dog, whom everyone was spreading rot and who all things considered saved everyone.

But not surprisingly, I remembered exactly one phrase that sunk into my soul - I would personally have left without you ... I watched animated Balto (1995) movie on #link# free online.

For now, after many years, having reviewed it already as grown-up, a conscious person, I realized WHAT I saw above 10 years ago.

And I saw something that 100% of recent and 90% coming from all cartoons generally don't give birth to emotions. movies reviews Emotions originating from a simple, unpretentious (and therefore - absolutely understandable to everyone) story, effective at touching, horrifying and forcing oneself to empathize.

You can talk a lot about the merits of Balto: the Hollywood production (the last 15 minutes, i believe, should be created the animation textbooks), incredible voice acting (Boris's Russian accent especially pleases) and care about detail (the 34th minute brings an adult, that has children, inside most basic horror).

But, what is important, many people feel, the dignity of'Balto'is music.

First, I suspect that it hadn't been the tunes that had been adjusted to another scene, although the scene on the music (for those who don't believe, reconsider the interval from 1:06:48 to 1:07:10).

Secondly, it perfectly conveys the emotions in the scenes that it sounds. movies reviews This is not only just a hysterical piano or simply a violin in sad scenes or perhaps a vigorous orchestra in dynamic ones. It is actually very difficult to convey in words, but simply do not need a shadow of doubt that something diffrent should sound here.

And more importantly, it is verified to the previous note. Isn't one particular extra split second, not one particular extra note inside the music of'Balto '. And this incredible quality is maintained during the entire entire 70 minutes with the cartoon. Altogether, my lowest bows on the Balto composers: James Horner and Barry Mann.

One more blow on the nerves on the viewer is definitely the song in the credits. A surprisingly accurate name - Reach for the Light, a wonderful transfer of emotions and the complete result of all impressions of'Balto'(especially if you already know the text). Impressive people (especially girls) cry to the credits, and I absolutely understand why.

Oh, and one more thing: make sure to revisit it having an English soundtrack.'Balto'in Russian plus English: these are 2 different cartoons.

Which: one of the few cartoons which may have not lost their relevance these days and, personally personally, is the best cartoon ever seen.

Absolute, categorical

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