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Opinion by Jessikaroo posted over a year ago
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I'm going to come and say straight up I love Merida. She's earned a spot in my top three heroine's of all time, and her movie is one of my favourite Pixar films to date. So, moving on..

Appearance -
A lot of people think Merida is ugly, but I disagree. Sure, she's different from what we're used to seeing, but different doesn't mean ugly. Her hair is beautiful, it's a true red-head's red. It's a gorgeous copper hue that is full of life and volume. It really represents her character well. Her eyes are beautiful, such a lovely colour and shape in my opinion. I love her smile, it's full of passion and joy to me. Her body is realistic, thin but not to the point where she looks like she'll snap in half. She looks like a girl who does a lot of physical activity, which she does (archery, horse back riding, and climbing mountains to name a few).
One thing I want to address before moving on is that Merida is a clone of Ariel. No, she isn't. The only thing they have in common is their red heads. Well, like I said Merida's hair is copper and curly. Ariel's is fire engine red, something impossible in real life without dying your hair. It works because she's a mermaid...
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News by dogboy456 posted over a year ago
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buzz can you hlep my said some of the toys no i can not i am buing someone like now maybe later want do you need we need some food at i want to eat you light now said a toy no you not going to eat my light now because i am going to killed you all right said buzz no at is not all right may i eat you right now ok said a toy. no you not going to eat me because i can fly a way from you right now if i wanted to so ok with you if i can fly said buzz. no you do not fly a way because you are a toy said a toy at going to eat buzz right now come on bring it said buzz
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Opinion by MJISALIVE posted over a year ago
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Pixar really shocked me when they decided to give Buzz a demo mode, the normal mode, and...my personal fave aside from normal...spanish mode
the moment he started speaking spanish i laughed my butt off literally...then i instantly fell in love with his voice...I am American but american accents can be abit boring...i love other accents from different countries...and Spain is one of them. Anyways I love Spanish Buzz and I dont see how anyone else wouldnt. Who agrees?

From the brave Buzz Lightyear from Star Command, To a Deluded Buzz, From that to a Good friend, From that...to an extremely Shy Guy, from that...a spanish Lover......The man...sorry, Toy, has changed alot
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List by carsfan posted over a year ago
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Pixar has become a name synonymous with quality animation after a winning series of hit movies including Toy Story, A Bug’s Life and The Incredibles. Its latest offering – Wall.E is being hailed as its best yet. We’ve found twenty things you probably didn’t know about the company that prides itself on working outside the Hollywood solar system.


- The name Pixar is derived from a fictitious Spanish word meaning “to make pictures” or “to make pixels.”

- Toy Story, the 1995 animated cartoon following the exploits of Woody the Cowboy and Buzz Lightyear, was Pixar’s first full-length animation.

- There is a reference to the fictional Pizza Planet – first seen in Toy Story – in every one of Pixar’s animated features.

- One of the earliest teams of pre-Pixar computer animators worked on action titles including Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Young Sherlock Holmes.

- Pixar's first five feature films have collectively grossed more than $2.5 billion, equivalent to the highest per-film average gross in the industry.
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Opinion by suzzieqws posted over a year ago
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I went to the opening showing of Toy Story 3 yesterday. I went with complete trust in Pixar for several reasons. One being that they have never let me down yet, and the other being the fact that I spoke with one of the art directors who reassured me that the movie was funny, epic, emotional, and a perfect ending to the story that we love.

This being said I just had a few thoughts on the movie. I loved it so very much. I loved everything from beginning to end, from the art to the music. Everything was beautiful and the story was flawless.

Opening scene: I was so excited when the movie started with some of the first lines from the first movie. It brought back many of my own childhood memories of watching the movie. I was filled with a love of the previous two movies that were such exciting adventures as a child.

From there the movie jumped to the "present" and for the generation who group up with Toy Story playing with Buzz and Woody, seeing the movies and being terrified that Woody wouldn't make it back to Andy and remembering all the toys that we had lost, it literally was the present. That generation that started with Toy Story is now...
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Opinion by triton posted over a year ago
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Here is a new idea for a future Pixar movie. I been saving this for two years and continue to do so until I am able to request this to Pixar. Take a look.

"Dundee & Congo"

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The story begins 18 years ago with Alexander Caldwell, one of the world’s greatest treasure adventurers, as he has discovered countless of priceless artifacts, but one artifact that he couldn’t find, which eventually ended his career, was known as the Aurora Stone, a mystical and rare amulet that holds unbelievable powers. He promises himself that his obsession for the stone will take his life away, so he decided to leave the treasure hunting occupation and have a family. Now, 18 years later his son, Dunn “Dundee” Caldwell has dreamed one day he could be like his idol, his father; and fortunately, he inherited his father’s treasure hunting genes and decides to embark on the quest to find the one thing his father has never discovered, the Aurora Stone. Trying so hard to get out of his father’s shadow, Dundee receives a lost journal of clues that leads him to the Amazon where the stone exists. Not alone, Alex’s longtime family friend, Sir...
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Opinion by AnimationFan posted over a year ago
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I have the two disc version of Wall E on DVD and a feature I came across was "The Story of Pixar". It told the story of John Lassater, and his love for cartoons and the history from his first job to his film Cars. One of the things that was mentioned was that the
3-D told over the 2-D world of animation.

Now a days, the only fresh 2-D content we see is on TV and unfortunatly, some just aren't as good the old ones. Not as much hard work goes into them and they don't make us laugh as much. When was the last time they made an original 2-D feature length that wasn't a tv show at first? The last I can remember was the brillant Hayao Miazaka films like Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle.

So I was thinking, what if Pixar went back a bit to the good old days and did a bit of 2-D. Pixar rule the world of animation at the moment and what ever they make, we just can't help but fall in love. If they do so, people will be intrested in 2-D again and other companies will make more
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Article by Guitar-hero4 posted over a year ago
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Disney and Pixar's Full Animated Line-Up Through 2012!
April 9, 2008
by Alex Billington


Disney and Pixar unveiled their complete animated movie line-up from 2008 to 2012 today at a press conference in New York. Featured in their announcement is a diverse and ambitious slate of 13 new animated feature films, most of which will be featured in 3D. As has been the case recently, Disney will be releasing two major animated movies per year - one Pixar and one Disney. Starting in 2009, however, we'll be treated to 2 Pixar movies per year: 3D versions of Toy Story (in '09) and Toy Story 2 (in '10) as well as Up (in '09) and Toy Story 3 (in '10) and Newt and The Bear and the Bow (in '11). In addition, Pixar also announced a new movie - Newt - for 2011. Disney also has a promising line-up of their own, including an adaptation of a Philip K. Dick story titled King of the Elves.

The Philip K. Dick based movie King of the Elves, which everyone seems to be interested in the most, is about a gas station attendant in Mississippi who befriends a group of elves who can hide in the trees because they're covered with leaves and foliage. He allows them to...
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Guide by disney_prince posted over a year ago
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1. Toy Story (1995) Tin Toy
2. A Bug's Life (1998) Geri's Game
3. Toy Story 2 (1999) Luxo Jr.
4. Monsters, Inc. (2001) For the Birds / Mike's New Car
5. Finding Nemo (2003) Knick Knack
6. The Incredibles (2004) Boundin' / Jack-Jack Attack
7. Cars (2006) One Man Band / Mater and the Ghostlight
8. Ratatouille (2007) Lifted / Your Friend the Rat
9. WALL-E (2008) Presto / BURN-E
10. Up (2009) Partly Cloudy / Dug's Special Mission

UPCOMING:
11. Toy Story 3 (2010)
12. Cars 2 (2011)
13. The Bear and the Bow (2011)
14. Newt (2012)
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Opinion by triton posted over a year ago
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This might be a little farfetch to me a little, but I always had a idea for a Pixar movie...techincally I have several ideas, but there's two that intriged me.

My first idea for a Pixar film is called "Dogtown". The idea is all about dogs...and the story revloves around Dojo, a Beagle, who lives in the rural life, but always have a dream to live in the big city. One day, Dojo leaves his home and goes on a journey towards the city; once there he befriends Monty, a wildly St. Bernard, as well become enemies with the city-owned dog king, Spike, a pit bull, who challenges Dojo as a weakling. Dojo, in the meantime gets a whole lot of welcome from Daisy, a french poodle; Piedro, the Chihuahua; and Annie, a golden retirever who Dojo has feelings. However his new life in the big city might be halted when he continues to think about his old lifestlye; Dojo realizes that he has to make a choice either stay in the new life in the city, or go back home.

My second idea is called "Jump". This idea is about the concept of jumping (hoping and bouncing) and centers around a young wayward kangaroo named Joey, who always plays with his little ball he calls...
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Opinion by goalstopper posted over a year ago
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Be Yourself

This is a theme that is in any pixar movie. For example, Monsters Inc. when Sulley was conflicted with being a monster that is supposed to be scary and being nice like telling jokes. At the end as I am sure most of you have watched it saw that he made a new company where the monster tell jokes instead of scaring the kids. Another example is in Toy Story when Woody realizes that Buzz is the most popular by the toys and Andy. He tries to leave the house and realizes that he isn't that bad and popularity isn't all that matters.

Don't be selfish, help your friends when they are in need

This the main theme in Toy Story, Finding Nemo and The Incredibles. In Nemo, Marlin wants to go by himself to get his son but knows he can't because of the dangers in the ocean. Marlin would never get to Sidney if he didn't have Dory around and it wouldn't have been as funny or interesting. In Toy Story, Woody becomes jealous of Buzz but when he realizes he is a fake,they become friends. Again Woody and Buzz would never have returned home if it wasn't for each other. I remember the main song in Toy Story is "you've got a friend in me". in...
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Opinion by dave posted over a year ago
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