So I went to see “Wreck It Ralph” yesterday, and suffice to say, I loved its guts out. Being a major gamer, the nostalgia of it all was awesome, and it made me crave going to Ground Kontrol something fierce (It’s a classic arcade stuffed with awesome games from every generation, and set up with a Tron theme. It also turns into a bar at night, with game inspired drinks. I love it!)… but nevertheless, what I loved a lot about the movie, was the opening short: The Paperman, which was a cute little love story about a young man and woman who meet on a train platform on the way to work, and the lengths he goes to get her attention after serendipity causes him to catch a glimpse of her across the way from his work’s window. It was sooo cute, and I loved everything about it; the art style, the story, the music… it was incredibly well done. It had almost a “Fantasia-like” feel to it, relying on the music and visuals to tell the tale, with no audio. The entire feature, both “Wreck it Ralph” and “The Paperman” were impeccable and definitely counted amongst my favorite CG animated films, but I really found myself appreciating how well I loved the Paperman’s style.