Wind is even better than Smash and Grab, and that’s saying a lot. SparkShorts, it turns out, are some of the best short films I’ve ever seen. And they’re quite different from each other, with unique settings, characters, and stories.
Smash and Grab is adorable, heartwarming, and incredible for how short it is. This is the second Pixar SparkShorts I’ve ever reviewed, and once again, the quality is evident. This is better than some whole-length movies.
Elemental marks Pixar’s first romance-focused story since Wall-E, and as a fan of romance stories—yes, most people also find that surprising when they find out—I have to give it a glowing endorsement right off the bat.
Luca serves as another reminder of why Pixar has the reputation it does. Yes, stuff like The Good Dinosaur and the Cars franchise unsettled that a little, making it guesswork if the newest Pixar movie will be worth the time, but Luca is worth the time.
My reviewing of Turning Red has to, by the sheer presence of its theming, contain caveats. It’s a movie that has a heavy focus on periods and mother-daughter conflicts during adolescence. As an adult male reviewer, it’s not my place to speculate on how true to life this movie is. I’ve simply not grown up as a teenage girl.
While I have yet to see Soul, the animation planned to precede it in theaters is as good as one might expect. It’s cute, funny, and so well-animated it’s kind of insane.
Each is about two minutes, give or take, and—I’m betting for budget or time reasons—it has no actually voiced characters. There’s just “reaction sounds” that could have easily been taken from an existing movie.
The Toy Story Trilogy is one of the few trilogies (OG Star Wars) where each entry is as good or better than the last. So when they said they were doing a 4th, we were all, no doubt, nervous. And with the trend of franchises being cannibalized for dollas, (Disney Star Wars), this apprehension was…
Pixar Animation Studios have long created fantastic movies that touched the hearts of both children and adults alike. From the spectacular graphics to heartwarming storylines, it is not surprising that these movies have garnered millions of fans worldwide. On a personal note, here are some Pixar films that I could watch over and over again…
Toy Story 3 movie trailer. Release date: June 18, 2010. Newly upcoming Pixar movie.
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