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Having recently remembered that there are still perfectly good human bodies walking the Earth, Robert Zemeckis seems to have corrected his post-Flight course by abandoning at least one of his most high-profile performance-capture projects—his long-gestating remake of The Beatles' Yellow Submarine. Disney already killed the project nearly two years ago, but as Zemeckis' films like The Polar Express and A Christmas Carol have shown, there is no hollowed-out corpse that Zemeckis cannot bring to disturbing, mockery-of-life with his digital trickery. But now that Zemeckis has regained some perspective and appreciation for the warm touch of the living, he »

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