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Pixar Movies 14 – Monsters University

Monsters Inc was the first Pixar movie not directed by John Lasseter, and their fourth movie overall. It took a full 10 movies, but they eventually added another movie in the Monsters franchise. Of course since the first movie felt … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 13 – Brave

Brave is yet another movie of many firsts for Pixar, although not all of them are just for Pixar. It’s the first and only movie to star an official Disney Princess not released by Disney Animation Studios. It’s the first … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 12 – Cars 2

5 Pixar movie posts ago, I mentioned how I didn’t really care much for Cars when I saw it way back, but I enjoyed it more the second time. I wouldn’t go so far as to say I loved the … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 11 – Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3. In a way this movie doesn’t need an introduction. But in another way, it deserves a good one. Among its unique distinctions, it earned Pixar’s fourth Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film in a row, their … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 10 – Up

We’ve reached the exact half-way point in Pixar’s released film catalogue, which also means we’re reaching the end of Pixar’s own Golden Age. It was a period where they earned the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature four times in … Continue reading

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Personal update

So I may have just got a new job, and while that shouldn’t affect my Pixar blogathon, it will most likely affect my comic reviews. It’s likely that at least for the next few weeks, I’ll have fewer reviews, and … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 9 – WALL-E

Even among Pixar’s very creative catalogue of films, WALL-E is unique. For a movie that’s about an hour and a half long, there’s barely any dialogue, telling most of its story through its visuals, sound design and soundtrack. It was … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 8 – Ratatouille

Throughout this blogathon, I’ve hinted at how Pixar and Disney didn’t have that great of a relationship at some points. There’s no better time to talk about it in detail than now. In their early feature film days, Disney and … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 7 – Cars

Regardless about how you feel about Cars, it brings forth some fascinating and potentially disturbing questions and theories. For example, if all these cars are alive and sentient, yet require the same kind of mechanical work as cars in our … Continue reading

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Pixar Movies 6 – The Incredibles

The Incredibles was a first for Pixar in multiple ways. It was their first PG rated movie, when all their previous movies were rated G. It was the first Pixar movie starring human characters. Most of their previous movies featured … Continue reading

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