We’re going to see Fantasia 2000 tonight. Despite some misgivings I have about Mouse, Inc. I think that the original Fantasia was one of the closest things to pure art that mass culture has ever allowed to flourish, and it comforts me to no end that there are millions of kids growing up who have amongst the pile of VHS tapes in their living rooms a plastic-cased Disney Classics version of the original film.
Needless to say, since I like Imax and the original, I’m hoping to like the new film. Until I’ve seen it, digested it, and reviewed it, go read what Dan Bricklin has to say about using bold to emphasize items in a weblog.
Actually, I don’t technically make my entries bold, I make them strong. I just like the implications of that.