Disney/Pixar Movies - What do you think?

Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by phoenixflight, Mar 13, 2006.

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Which of Disney/Pixar's movies did you like best?

  1. Toy Story

  2. A Bug's Life

  3. Toy Story 2

  4. Monsters, Inc.

  5. Finding Nemo

  6. The Incredibles

  7. Cars

  8. None of Them

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  1. kaylee Guest

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    I voted for Finding Nemo, but all of those movies (though I haven't seen Cars yet) are great. But I went with Finding Nemo because it actually made me cry a little bit (So Embarrassing!)
     
  2. phoenixflight Amazing Amazon

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    Some plot details about Disney/Pixar's upcoming mystery project:


    Wall-E coming to theaters on June 27, 2008:
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    [FONT=&quot][/FONT] *The star of the film is a robot. He is called W.A.L - E, pronounced Wally.

    *His story takes place (at least partially) in deep space.


    *The plot has been compared to Short Circuit.


    *Apparently, Pixar have pointedly avoided the inclusion of any alien life forms.


    *A teaser featuring W.A.L - E is being prepared and will, as expected, premiere with Ratatouille.


    *Andrew Stanton is the director.


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  3. Denny67 Registered

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    In order:

    The Incredibles
    Cars
    Toy Story
    Toy Story 2
    Monsters, Inc.
    A Bug's Life
    Finding Nemo

    I can't wait for The Incredibles 2 :up:
     
  4. The Caped Knight Shield Avenger

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    1. THE INCREDIBLES

    2. Toy Story

    3. Toy Story 2

    4. Finding Nemo

    5. Monsters, Inc.

    6. Cars

    7. A Bug's Life
     
  5. I SEE SPIDEY Registered

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    The incredibles

    But ToyStory 1 and 2 were awsome and so was Monsters Inc. Bugs Life was pretty good but I was down right disappointed with finding Nemo and think that it was their worse movie by far. Haven't seen Cars yet so can't respond.
     
  6. phoenixflight Amazing Amazon

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    The new issue of TIME magazine talks about what's ahead for Pixar Animation Studios, including new details on the company's next three films after Ratatouille opening on June 29. Here is what you can expect:

    WALL• E (June 27, 2008)
    The studio synopsis: "The year is 2700. WALL• E, a robot, spends every day doing what he was made for. But soon, he will discover what he was meant for." Andrew Stanton, writer-director of "Finding Nemo" (still Pixar's biggest box-office hit), describes this metallic love story as "R2-D2 meets City Lights," with WALL• E meeting a cute robot named Eve. Those who remember the 1931 Charlie Chaplin film, about a blind girl wooed by a tramp she mistakenly believes is a rich man, can transpose the story to a lonely planet and guess from there. The main roles will be "voiced" electronically by Ben Burtt, the wizardly sound designer behind Star Wars.

    Up (June 12, 2009)
    Pete Docter, the Pixar lifer who made "Monsters Inc.," and co-director Bob Peterson are preparing this "coming-of-old-age story" about a seventysomething guy who lives in a house that "looks like your grandparents' house smelled." He befriends a clueless young Wilderness Ranger and gets into lots of alter kocker (ComingSoon.net note: we have no idea what this means) altercations. Says Pixar: "Our hero travels the globe, fights beasts and villains and eats dinner at 3:30 in the afternoon."

    Toy Story 3 (2010)
    Originality is a Pixar hallmark. None of the company's films have been based on fairy tales or novels, and only "Toy Story" has spawned sequels. Why a third adventure for Woody (Tom Hanks) and Buzz (Tim Allen)? "We got an idea we thought would be really great," says Lee Unkrich, who co-directed "Toy Story 2" and "Finding Nemo" and graduates to full director status here. "We're just starting to write the story," he confides, adding, "I wake up every morning hoping for a eureka moment." He and the Brain Trust have already had one inspiration: they've asked Randy Newman to write the score. Or was that a no-brainer?
     
  7. Memorex Registered

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    The Incredibles is the best Pixar film to date.
     
  8. Bastila Deathdealer

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    A Bug's Life was the only one I didn't like, all the others I did.
     
  9. Memorex Registered

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    A Bug's Life is the type of movie that grows on you. I didn't like it all that much when I first saw it, but then I watched a couple more times and ended up liking it. It is not my favorite of the Pixar movies, but it wasn't bad.
     
  10. The Kid AMERICA FTW

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    wow, I didn't think incredibles was that incredible at all. The kids whining about their problems was cliche, sam jackson was so unnecessary, the movie was one big cliche, it's best part being the villain plot and how it points out all the old cliche villain schemes... though I thought most of the movie was full of other cliches anyway so it's not as clever as it pretends to be...

    A bugs life really has a 30 minute story and a lot of nothing else going on. Stick with James and the Giant Peach instead if you're smart.

    I'll take Aaaaah Real monsters over Monsters Inc any day.

    Toy Story 2 really isn't a repeat viewer, but pretty decent the first time through.

    Cars I haven't seen... yadda yadda. i feel like I've already posted in this thread some time ago...

    Finding Nemo's up there with some of Disney's most mediocre films, still miles better than most movies though.

    1. Toy Story

    2. Finding Nemo

    rest, who cares.
     
  11. The Kid AMERICA FTW

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    Yep, there I am. A year ago. hi, past Wesyeed. I agree completely. :heart:
     
  12. Drizzle I'm gonna get real weird with it

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    I loved them all except "Cars", but I think "Finding Nemo" is my favorite.
     
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    Ratatouille looks awesome.
     
  14. Dodger Registered

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    Incredibles is may favorite Pixar movie.
     
  15. Steelsheen Head Geek of Nerdtopia

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    i like them all, but in terms of "rewatchability" it boils down to Toy Story2 and The Incredibles.
     
  16. Cinemaman Registered

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    I must admit Wall-E sounds like a really good idea :up:

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  17. Threshold Simply Amazing

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    I remember liking Antz more than A Bugs Life when they came out. I thought Monsters Inc. was adorable, but overly sentimental for my tastes. Cars was also something I liked, but wasn't blown away by (except for some of the visuals, they were amazing) like I was by the short film One Man Band that played before it.

    Now, Toy Story 1 & 2 were favorites of mine growing up, although I never really watched them over & over again like I have with Finding Nemo and The Incredibles.

    The Incredibles was easily one of the best films of 2004 HANDS DOWN. It managed to outdo Spider-Man 2 and make the upcoming Fantastic Four movie seem incredibly redundant. Hell, once F4 came out and wasn't very good... I'm surprised by how unsurprised I was that a Pixar film could kick any live action films butt any day.

    Ratatouille looks like another winner, thanks to the brilliance and creative geyser that is Brad Bird. Seriously, this guy cast Patton Oswalt in the leading role... He is, and forever will be, one of my top 3 favorite directors. The fact that Pixar has him as a devoted team player at Pixar (dude picked up Ratatouille when another director dropped out and completely rewrote it in a number of weeks) shows just how great this little company is!
     
  18. mathhater Man of Ste...(sigh) Tin

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    Personally, I'm not a fan of these movies...and I boycott them on principal. IMO, you can't beat the perfection of "Snow White," "Fantasia," "Aladdin," etc. I'm old-fashioned I guess, but the traditionalist in me will not allow me to enjoy films in this style. Besides, most of them aren't that special. "Finding Nemo" didn't do much for me...it was all computery & stuff, but it wasn't exceptional. The "Toy Story" movies are cute I guess, but nothing earth shattering. I just never understood why they felt the need to just give up on the classic style of animation.

    At least Disney is going back to traditional looking animation...at least for a time, which is good. As long as they don't truly abandon the traditional looking stuff for the Pixar stuff, then I could find those films more tolerable. I think there's room in the multiplex for both styles.

    (I did really enjoy "The Incredibles" though...but I watched it as a superhero fan, and not an animation fan...so it gets an exception because of what the film's about.)
     
  19. Bat Attack Mirth

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    I say, bring back 2D animation thats what I grew up watching in the 90's. I'm sick of 3D films, they have lost their edge as it seems there is a new one every week.
     
  20. DieSmiling Can't Be Stopped

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    The original Toy Story is my favorite. I've never seen the Incredibles though.
     
  21. Bat Attack Mirth

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    You should, it's a great film.
     
  22. mathhater Man of Ste...(sigh) Tin

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    Agreed. :up:
     
  23. deathshead2 Registered

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    Wall-E looks so sad. :(
     
  24. xwolverine2 Arkham Assassin

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    you cant beat the incredibles......in SHH.

    duuuh!
     
  25. Jack Rabbit i roll twenties

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    I've loved all these movies so far, with the exception of A Bug's Life. It didn't do it for me.

    My favorite is naturally, the Incredibles. But I love them all.
     

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