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Old 01-27-2013, 09:35 AM   #1
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So far, I haven't really seen many (if any) Disney/Pixar movies. Any recommendations? I'm kinda picky when it comes to animation though.
So far I've seen:
Coraline,Paranorman,Polar Express,Arthur Christmas and Monster House. I've pre-ordered Rise of the Guardians and Hotel Transylvania. I watched Shark Tale when I was a kid and I liked it too.

I didn't like Despicable Me.

I'm thinking of buying Brave but it's been getting mixed reviews. How about the Toy Story trilogy? I grew up playing with Lego and other action figures, I think I can easily relate to that (if it's required to enjoy the movie more). I'm not a fan of songs in animated movies though if it's just one or two I can easily skip through them.

I just have one requirement : It has to be in 3D. I don't want to purchase a 2D animated film as it will probably get a 3D re-relase anyway and I prefer watching them that way.

I want something with a great sense of adventure, interesting plot and probably a few jokes as well. Something feel-good and fun.Something other than 'kiddy stuff' like Despicable Me.

There are a lot of options but I have no idea where to begin but I prefer computer animation over hand drawn material.
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Originally Posted by srinivas1015 View Post
So far, I haven't really seen many (if any) Disney/Pixar movies. Any recommendations? I'm kinda picky when it comes to animation though.
So far I've seen:
Coraline,Paranorman,Polar Express,Arthur Christmas and Monster House. I've pre-ordered Rise of the Guardians and Hotel Transylvania. I watched Shark Tale when I was a kid and I liked it too.

I didn't like Despicable Me.

I'm thinking of buying Brave but it's been getting mixed reviews. How about the Toy Story trilogy? I grew up playing with Lego and other action figures, I think I can easily relate to that (if it's required to enjoy the movie more). I'm not a fan of songs in animated movies though if it's just one or two I can easily skip through them.

I just have one requirement : It has to be in 3D. I don't want to purchase a 2D animated film as it will probably get a 3D re-relase anyway and I prefer watching them that way.

I want something with a great sense of adventure, interesting plot and probably a few jokes as well. Something feel-good and fun.Something other than 'kiddy stuff' like Despicable Me.

There are a lot of options but I have no idea where to begin but I prefer computer animation over hand drawn material.
You do realize every movie besides Brave that you listed wasn't done by Disney or Pixar? .-. I'm surprised you don't like hand drawn because hand drawn is beautiful. If you were looking for Hand drawn 3D Beauty and the Beast is out of print but easily found on amazon still, and The Lion King is going out of print in april. Both look amazing. The Little Mermaid is coming in fall. Disney most likely won't be doing anymore 3D conversions anymore, Pixar might continue because John Lasseter said he liked it so much. But anyways, back to CGI. Tangled is breathtaking in 3D. Brave is beautiful too, but its a movie you either love or hate, I love it, but I would recommend a rental if you haven't seen it because theres a fair majority who thought it was Pixar's worse.
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