Ferngully: The Last Rainforest has long been a blind spot in the Cartoncast catalog, but one we took pleasure in rectifying. This was the clearest expression of a single idea we’ve encountered yet, and is fondly remembered. As a piece of environmentalist literature, it falls somewhat short of a full message, but as a piece of entertainment it passes with flying colors. We found the “romantic subplot” to be especially compelling, if a little queasy. However, as Zane wisely said, our children, and our children’s children, are ‘the next great elder to be in the future’.
Fledgling birds look gross
Luminescent caves in New Zealand
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
Brittney Spears’ ‘Toxic’ cover by Oompah Brass Band
No top 5 logan list, so here’s the Urban Dictionary definition of Logan
Fludd’s Voice from Super Mario Sunshine