Review: ‘Mean Teddies’ (2016)

Review: ‘Mean Teddies’ (2016)

At 2 minutes, 22 seconds, there’s no reason not to watch this. Every good childhood is replete with a safe twin bed, a cozy blanket, pillow, and a child’s very own Teddy Bear. This animated short film explores the crucial relationship the Teddy Bear serves to its owner. Much like it’s namesake, the Teddy is a ferocious protector and hunter. How and why is explored very beautifully, succinctly, here in this, assumingly, Studio Ghibli-inspired few minutes.

As a side note, I’m planning to follow the creator/director Tyler Novo. I expect more good things from this young man.

Grioghar "Greg" Thomas-Baldwin likes to (formally) Powerlift, read comics, watch movies, jam to Bastard Pop, and hang out with his wife and kids when he's not working at The Starlite Drive-In making customers move their cars and high-fiving the kiddos. Then, he likes to write about all that, tech schtuff, and more, here, and elsewhere, under a few pseudonyms.

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