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Old 03-18-2010, 09:35 PM   #21
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Kids love "Cars" so making movies that appeal to them seems smart to me...... and I enjoyed the movie too.
I loved Cars too but I want to see McQueen win an "empty cup", like he should've in the first movie so a sequel doesn't bother me, as long as that's not all the movie's about.
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Old 03-18-2010, 09:35 PM   #22
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Best Pixar Film:-Up
Best Blu:- Its Close but Monsters Inc
And the one 1 i watch the most is Cars Lol!

Praying for Finding Nemo this year... it came in the toy story booklet coming 2010....
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Old 03-18-2010, 09:37 PM   #23
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My favourite is WALL-E. The animators at Pixar are consistently great, but to make faceless, voiceless robots emotionally engaging is a phenomenal achievement.

PQ-wise, UP is probably their finest blu-ray to date. They are all essentially flawless representations of the films though.
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Old 03-18-2010, 09:46 PM   #24
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My favourite is WALL-E. The animators at Pixar are consistently great, but to make faceless, voiceless robots emotionally engaging is a phenomenal achievement.
I still think animators should be nominated for best Acting categories.

1. Toy Story 2 - great story, one of the best sequels of all time; bigger and better that TS1.

2. Wall-E - the look of the film suits for more detailed visuals, and so we get the best quality from Wall-E. I think UP is still a bit too 'cartoony'.
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1. Toy Story! (The movie that started it all)

2. Wall-E & Up!
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1. Up!

2. Wall-E

Love them all though!
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1. Ratatouille
2. UP

All Pixar films look great on Blu-Ray though, just went with the one I recently watched.
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Old 03-18-2010, 10:33 PM   #28
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IMO, the answer to both questions is Up with Wall-E a close 2nd. Third favorite film is Toy Story while third favorite blu is Monsters Inc.
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1. Monsters Inc.

2. Up!

This was very hard to decide because all Pixar movies are great!!
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1. Best Pixar film ever

2. best pixar blu?
1: Ratatouille

2: There all five star blus in terms of pq, aq and special features.
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1 Nemo (P Sherman 42 Wallaby Way)

2 WALL-E (The Pixar Story)

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1. finding nemo
2. up
i am sure #2 will change to finding nemo when we get to see it!!
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You absolutely could not make me choose between all the wonderful films they have created. All have gorgeous animation and look breathtaking on Blu-ray.
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You absolutely could not make me choose between all the wonderful films they have created. All have gorgeous animation and look breathtaking on Blu-ray.
That answer is a total cop-out...unfortunately it’s also my response .
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Same here! I own all of the current Pixar blus, and Wall-E's inclusion of "The Pixar Story" was an excellent move.
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Old 03-19-2010, 04:37 AM   #36
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toy story 1 and 2 will be the best when everyone can get their hands on them
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and they are the best movie wise too

and bugs life is a great movie and amazing transfer too!
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1. The Incredibles

2. They're all great.
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i think they're *all* good, but as for your 'personal fav' that's where it's a bit more subjective .

i liked ratatouille the best so far. i think there's incredibles and finding nemo left after TS trilogy. after that we'll see 3-D versions of ALL the Pixar movies on BD.

THEN we'll see Cars 2 in 3D
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I've got a couple I haven't watched yet on Blu to compare... and it's hard to pick a favorite movie.

#1 - Toy Story if you twist my arm and make me pick a favorite.

#2 - A Bug's Life looks the best of the ones I have watched thus far on Blu
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1. The current one I'm watching.

2. The current one I'm watching.
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