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It really saddens me that animation isn't used as often in movies and television anymore. I enjoy CG animation, but now it's basically become the only type used in big-screen movies, with the exception of the upcoming Disney's Princess and the Frog. In television, I've noticed most shows use Flash to create their animation, or dub over japanese anime.

I'm guessing that it's way cheaper to create an episode in Flash than it is to draw out each scene cel by cel. But there's something very... fluid, about classic animation, that no other type of media possesses. I don't know, maybe I'm just being an old fart (at the age of 23, hah) because I grew up on animated movies and cartoons as a child.

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