MAGNUS-8M wrote:Wow, that's good to hear. I passed up an opportunity to see Shrek Forever(partly because I didn't watch the third... there was a third, right?), and so far there's no offers of people I know going for TS3, but it's good to know that it's not a quick next-generation-of-children cash in. For some reason I'd gotten the impression that it was all based on the Ride at Disney World, so I wasn't really interested.
Clowns8me wrote:I just saw it about 4 hours ago, and I thought it was terrific. The (no real spoilers) big baby was genuinely creepy, and the care bear character showed a bit too much of a (personality) resemblance to Stinky Pete from Toy Story 2. Otherwise, the movie was great, and the animated short to begin the film was probably their best so far, definitely in measure of creativity.
Zidane wrote:Mustard is only second, behind caviar, as the most racist condiment.
whatareyouBUYIN wrote:This stuff was the best. Was even more rich than the second, which was hard to beat. Arguably the best of the three. I think one of the best accomplishments of this movie wasConcerning the final scene (no spoilers here), I didn't cry, but man did I have a lump in my throat. Like TYFIGHTER, I grew with the trilogy, the original being the first movie I ever saw in a theater.Spoiler:how, despite the fact it's a "kid's movie" where you're certain everything's gon' be just fine for our heroes no matter how hot things get, you are nowhere near as certain by the climax. Because this had to be Pixar's darkest movie since Finding Nemo. The dumpster sequence was suspenseful, and the incinerator scene was pretty damn intense.
Anyone think this is Pixar's best yet? To me, it's difficult to say. I was convinced The Incredibles was the best, it being their most mature and daring. Plus it seemed to cover just about everything. Yet, with every installment they make, it gets harder to say what's their best.
SLIGHTLY UNRELATED NOTE (PLEASE EDIT OUT SHOULD YOU CONSIDER THIS EXCESS): Sequels to Cars and Monsters Inc. are in the works. What the hell's up with that? Are they trying to redeem for their two worst movies?
mariomaniac45213 wrote:Monsters inc. is far from there "worst" movie. Sure it's not the best Pixar film but it was one of my favorite movies. I enjoyed it wayyyy more than A bugs Life (I consider this there worst movie next to Cars) and Finding Nemo that's for sure. They even looking into getting the Up director to direct this one. Up is my favorite Pixar film soooooo.
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