Pixar have a mixed record with sequels. At their best they can develop characters and stories, moving the forward and developing the core concept perfectly (see. Toy Story) however at their worst they feel like cheap cash-grabs and you wonder why … Continue reading Pixar Month: Finding Dory (2016) Review
Pixar have managed to create animated movies that stay ahead of the curve. They have always been a step-ahead of the multiple animated releases which have cute furry animals learning lessons in “funny” adventures. Their films are never predictable and their … Continue reading Pixar Month: Cars (2006) Review
This post was originally written on the 15th September 2016) Disney, and in some cases more specifically Pixar, know how to tread that fine line between comedy and tragedy. The opening sequence of Finding Nemo is done almost completely off-screen, letting … Continue reading Pixar Month: Finding Nemo (2003) Review (A Re-Post)
There aren’t many studios that have been as successful as popular as Pixar. Making a name for themselves with Toy Story and then successfully following-up that critically acclaimed movie with the magical family favourites such as Monsters Inc, Finding Nemo and … Continue reading Pixar Month: The Launch!
Disney, and in some cases more specifically Pixar, know how to tread that fine line between comedy and tragedy. The opening sequence of Finding Nemo is done almost completely off-screen, letting the audience fill the gaps rather than ever confirming what … Continue reading Finding Nemo (2003) Review
3 of the Best vs 3 of the Worst is exactly what it sounds like – 3 of the best examples of either an actor, film series, genre, etc. versus 3 of the worst. It’s also an opportunity for you … Continue reading 3 of the Worst vs 3 of the Best Pixar Movies