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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
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
Yep, it’s finally here. Dan Scanlon’s Monsters University is out today in North America. It’s also out in parts of Europe, South America and many other spots.
I’m a bit late to the party, but I’m pleased to review the Leonardo Deluxe DVD set. The film, Leonardo, is a charming short by longtime Pixarian Jim Capobianco.
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
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
Kids young and old will dig the latest Finding Nemo videogame, Escape to the Big Blue to coincide with the 3D re-release of the film. The game is also a re-release, but new additions include 3D clips (on the Nintendo … Continue reading
My review is spoiler free, so feel comfortable reading ahead. I have to say, my expectations for Pixar’s latest film, Brave, were sky high. Maybe they were too high. While Brave has many stunning moments, strong acting, beautiful animation and … Continue reading
As you may know, I get nearly excited for the “Art of” books each year as I do for each new Pixar film. This year, Chronicle Books brings us The Art of Brave by Jenny Lerew. The book includes a … Continue reading