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21. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 02:33 BST
My favorite Pixar movie has to be the Incredibles. One of my favorite movies of all time, and not just animated, I mean of all time. I love that movie.
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22. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 02:34 BST
I saw Ratatouille, actually.
I don't know why, it just didn't appeal to me as much for some reason.
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23. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 02:44 BST
Agreed. It might actually be my favorite movie all time, and easily one of the best of all time as well. It's one of the best super hero movies ever made (prior to the Dark Knight I had it ranked at number one), one of the greatest action movies ever made, and probably one of the greatest comedies as well.
However, I'd probably say that WALL E is Pixar's most powerful film. Not only for the incredibly inventive storyline, concept, and storytelling, but it's artistic brilliance and ability to evoke genuine emotion. Up is the same way. Pixar is the greatest moviemaking company on the planet.
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24. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 02:47 BST
Wall-e kinda threw me off with those scenes of (SPOILER!) real people near the end of the movie, which I didn't expect to see.
Edited on Mon 21st September, 2009 @ 02:47 by irken004
25. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 02:50 BST
Yeah that was a bit off-putting. Seemed kind of unneccessary too. But still--fantastic movie.
And MetalMario, you HAVE to see Up. Absolutely brilliant movie.Ratatoullie is artistically stunning, and the cinematography is outstanding, but the movie itself is a bit dissapointing over all.
26. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 02:52 BST
irken004 wrote:Wall-e kinda threw me off with those scenes of (SPOILER!) real people near the end of the movie, which I didn't expect to see.Yeah that was a bit off-putting. Seemed kind of unneccessary too. But still--fantastic movie.And MetalMario, you HAVE to see Up. Absolutely brilliant movie.Ratatoullie is artistically stunning, and the cinematography is outstanding, but the movie itself is a bit dissapointing over all.
Agreed with everything you just mentioned.
27. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 17:42 BST
The Incredibles is fantastic. I also like Monster's Inc. I still need to see Up and Wall-E though.
The Incredibles seemed designed to appeal more to the adult/family crowd than the younger kid and teenage crowd but it was skillfully scripted so that either audience could benefit. My kids laughed at spots I thought were silly, and I laughed at parts my kids wouldn't understand. That's one of the reasons why it's so great imo.
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28. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 18:32 BST
Everything they made was brilliant - I was really impressed by WALL-E and Ratatoullie ... both had a deep story and incredible graphic effects ... Incredibles was the funniest and I think UP will be as awesome as expected!
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29. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 19:03 BST
Up is my absolute favourite.
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30. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 23:48 BST
Yeah Up gets better and better with every viewing. It's probably their funniest movie, and it rivals WALL E as most heart-wrenching.
31. Posted: Tue 22nd Sep 2009 00:05 BST
Up: LOVED IT (out onj DVD/Blue-ray Nov 20 in NA)Wall-E: pretty good (I was sad when SPOILER!! Wall-E died)Rattatiolie: terribleCars: pretty good (CARS 2 2011!!)Monsters Inc.: Funny, I liked itIncredibles: I watched that not too long ago, GREAT movie (E is a great character "my god you've gotten fat")Toy Story: One of the greatest series ever
Edited on Tue 22nd September, 2009 @ 00:05 by minial100
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32. Posted: Tue 22nd Sep 2009 01:01 BST
The Incredibles is their best, imo, but I have completely and wholly enjoyed every one of the talented studio's films.EDIT: Oh yeah, @BleachFan ...My grandma liked Ratatouille.
Edited on Tue 22nd September, 2009 @ 01:04 by Odnetnin
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33. Posted: Tue 22nd Sep 2009 05:43 BST
I love Pixar. I love every movie they've made so far. I'd have to say that Ratatouille is my favorite. The only thing about that movie is that the main human character is just...too awkward, so he's not exactly likable. The rats are great, though. I get hungry whenever I watch the movie. Lol
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