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Film: Watching Toy Story of Terror! is still a lot of fun. There’s a great mix of humor, suspense and surprises in a tight 22 minute package. While the TV special segments are built around commercial breaks, it still works great on … Continue reading
A new Cars Exclusive Bonus Disc has quietly slipped out in the United States. New copies of both Cars and Cars 2 on Blu-ray at retailer Target, include a Bonus Disc that features the first three Cars “Shorty Shorts” plus … Continue reading
Film: Monsters University is a sometimes funny, sometimes surprising prequel and very enjoyable film overall. Definitely my favorite Pixar film since Toy Story 3. Check out my lengthy review on the Pixar Podcast for more details. Image: This is a really … Continue reading
Today’s brand new Pixarian profile takes a deeper look at longtime story artist and director Rob Gibbs.
Another week and another brand new Pixarian profile! This time around we look at Brave director Mark Andrews. As you know, these profiles include a bio (by Pixar Talk writer Ethan Dean), a filmography, tidbits, pictures and links to interviews. … Continue reading
We are back with another of our Pixarian profiles. This time the spotlight is on Partysaurus Rex director Mark Walsh.
Film: In my opinion, Monsters, Inc. remains the funniest Pixar film to date. There’s serious chemistry with John Goodman and Billy Crystal and can’t wait to see their relationship forming in the upcoming prequel. Image: I was able to watch both … Continue reading
Here we go again….The Brave iTunes version includes an exclusive extra that is unavailable anywhere else. “Songs and Stories of Scotland” is a featurette with composer Patrick Doyle and looks interesting. While I understand Disney’s marketing machine and wanting to … Continue reading
Film: My thoughts on Brave are pretty well established at this point. I enjoyed the film, but don’t consider amongst Pixar’s best. The mix of humor and drama didn’t completely connect with me, but I can appreciate the artistry on … Continue reading