A poorly under appreciated animation studio. Many people believe it to be 'A rip-off of Pixar' when in reality the only similarity is that they both use 3D animation in many of their productions, nothing else.
Dreamworks started out shaky and because of it's poor start has not been given the chance to redeem itself by the public eye, mostly snooty, solely Pixar fans who scoff at anything made by Dreamworks without giving it a fair chance.
It's films are often more comedic then touching and are slewed with pop culture, making them more likely to be forgotten and less likely to be appreciated, since obviously every story must touch your heart, make you cry and has to have an over bearingly sentimental meaning.
Also, they like to make sequels and according to the public that is punishable by 30 years in the dungeon, no trial.
Payton: Hey, did you see that new DreamWorks movie, How to Train Your Dragon?
Kaitlyn: Oh goodness, that movie is my absolute favorite. Nothing can compare to it.
Every time I see the DreamWorks logo before a movie preview, I squeal a little in my seat.
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