Kubo And The Two Strings Review - Nerdist

Nerdist: It’s possible to adore the craftsmanship of Kubo and the Two Strings, with its fully realized Asian-mythology-ish world and unprecedented smoothness for stop-motion, while still feeling it’s the least of Portland-based animation studio Laika‘s four films. This isn’t so much damning with faint praise (Kubo deserves no damnation of any kind), but rather, a statement that Laika generally raises the bar so high above what we expect from most kid-centric American animation that at a certain point, it takes super powers to leap above it in a single bound.

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