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    Finding Nemo is my favorite (fishtank forever!) but I think their best is Wall*E.

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    List time?

    1. Up
    2. Coco
    3. Ratatouille
    4. Incredibles
    5. Toy Story

    Onward is the worst, beating out Brave by making a really cool premise unbelievably bland. I haven't seen Cars 2 or 3, by the way, so they for sure could be worse.

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    I'm not a big animated movie guy per se, but I happened to watch Wall-e this week. This is easily my favorite animated movie ever. It's gorgeous, adorable and I love hard science fiction. Choosing a star trek-like setting for an animated kid's movie is a brilliant idea. Even for a kids movie, it raises interesting questions and is actually intellectually stimulating. That's what's so great about science fiction. There's no evil mustache-twirling bad guy (as much as I love those), just an auto pilot. There's no malice to be found anywhere in the movie. The world just is as it is and it's up to everyone to make it better.
    The only thing I didn't like, which is a pet peeve of mine, that every single movie apparently needs to have love story shoehorned in. Even worse here since it's an actual robot. Though thankfully the two are completely adorable together. Honestly I think it's way more beautiful and pure if characters just become very close because they grow to like each other, rather than a cliche emotion basically forcing them to be together.

    I'm pretty sure no animated movie is ever going to top this one for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andre View Post
    Onward is the worst, beating out Brave by making a really cool premise unbelievably bland.
    Onward and Brave had their problems but at least they were complete films with a third act and an actual story unlike the two-act scenery-porn The Good Dinosaur turned out to be.
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    Oh wow, I watched Onward like 2 weeks ago and had literally forgotten it even existed or that I had watched it.

    Yeah, it's not great.

    Good Dinosaur is pretty forgettable.

    Brave is memorable for being a huge dissapointment. That first trailer, man, I had hopes. I didn't think Pixar was going to put out Princess Mononoke or Shadow of the Collosus, but I thought they were trying something in that ballpark.

    Then they changed the director and it turned into Brother Bear 3.



    I mean, maybe the plot was *always* going to be "The mom turns into a bear" but it really, REALLY doesn't feel like the first half was setting that up specifically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiq View Post
    Onward and Brave had their problems but at least they were complete films with a third act and an actual story unlike the two-act scenery-porn The Good Dinosaur turned out to be.
    Hm, Good Dinosaur was pretty bad, too. In fact it had almost no value besides how pretty it was. The thing about all three of them is that I never wanted to see them ever again so maybe a tier structure is more appropriate.

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    Toy story 3 is the one that resonated the most with me, I was just at the right age bracket I guess.

    Bugs life was a viewing mess, as the friend who took me to see it was overcaffeinated or something that day and wanted to annoy me for no reason.

    I can not get through the part of the army of rats cooking, sorry nope, my suspention of disbelief ended with Remy, no matter how much you clean that many rats, a bunch of people should have died in that restaurant.

    Up has a lot of venezuela in there, the whatever waterfalls are the angel falls, largest in the world, natural wonder, patrimony of mankind, and had a nice begining, but we know that- SQUIREL

    Coco I managed to watch in Netflix before Disney+ started, granted, cine experience is better, and I can imagine this one hitting the hardest if you are close or have lost recently a loved one. But even without that is beautiful and magestic.

    Monsters Inc and U, fine, toy story 1 and 2 fine, Wall-e fine (this one no cine as well), nemo and dori fine, cars was background noise, can't say or tell anything about it. I don't believe I've seen any other of them.
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    A Bug's Life was fun, mostly for the characters, and that's fine. It just suffers from constant comparison to superior Pixar films.

    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorPhil View Post
    I'm not a big animated movie guy per se, but I happened to watch Wall-e this week. This is easily my favorite animated movie ever. It's gorgeous, adorable and I love hard science fiction. Choosing a star trek-like setting for an animated kid's movie is a brilliant idea. Even for a kids movie, it raises interesting questions and is actually intellectually stimulating. That's what's so great about science fiction. There's no evil mustache-twirling bad guy (as much as I love those), just an auto pilot. There's no malice to be found anywhere in the movie. The world just is as it is and it's up to everyone to make it better.
    The only thing I didn't like, which is a pet peeve of mine, that every single movie apparently needs to have love story shoehorned in. Even worse here since it's an actual robot. Though thankfully the two are completely adorable together. Honestly I think it's way more beautiful and pure if characters just become very close because they grow to like each other, rather than a cliche emotion basically forcing them to be together.

    I'm pretty sure no animated movie is ever going to top this one for me.
    Like I said, Wall*E is the best.

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    Did you say list time?

    1. Coco (I'm mexican after all)
    2. Inside Out.
    3-4. Ratatouille - Wall-e
    5-6. Finding Nemo - Monsters Inc.

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    Somehow missed this over a month ago:



    Not an actual second trailer, but another peek. Certainly felt "soulful".

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