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« on: 30 May 2009, 00:25 »

New Pixar movie.

You guys it's really fucking good.
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« Reply #2 on: 30 May 2009, 01:36 »

Okay I just learned that showings of this were supposed to have the Toy Story 3 trailer and the one I went to didn't and now I'm pissed

Anyway!

I absolutely loved Up. It excelled amazingly in pretty much every way, but the thing that struck me most was how goddamn funny it was--that was totally unexpected on my part. The writing was superb--a whole lot of subtlety and every single element introduced, even the tiniest of details, played a key role in the whole plot and the ultimate tie-ins just completed the whole film. That was something Pixar did with the Toy Stories and Finding Nemo that's been missing in their more recent movies. Animation was top-notch as usual, the score was perfect, and did I mention how fucking hilarious it was because man this shit's a riot. To me it just felt like a truly creative and unique film and a wonderful work of art. Also there are talking dogs. The talking dogs are fucking awesome.

The movie is also really adorable
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« Reply #3 on: 30 May 2009, 01:41 »

UP! (Russ meyers style)
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« Reply #4 on: 30 May 2009, 11:06 »

The fact that even a Pixar film where Larry the Cable Guy was one of the lead voiceovers couldn't fail basically leads me to believe that there's no way this won't be great. I should be seeing it sometime this week, I can't wait.
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« Reply #5 on: 30 May 2009, 13:53 »

Rachel and I are probably taking Faye to this one tomorrow.
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« Reply #6 on: 30 May 2009, 14:44 »

Seeing this TOMORROW.
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« Reply #7 on: 30 May 2009, 15:48 »

I want to see this soooo much. I giggle like a little girl every time I see the big bird waving its wings at the main guy.
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« Reply #8 on: 30 May 2009, 16:41 »

Oh man is this movie terrific! It's so gorgeous and heartfelt and thrilling and whimsical and...well amazing. Stunning animation, great characters, a wonderful plot with twists and turns and action and romance. It's funny and often quite sad but more than anything it's totally absorbing and compelling. Like the first half hour of Wall-E where the robot is trundling around that spectacular city all on his own, the shots of Carl piloting his house through the sky are mesmerizing. The villain is dastardly and Carl is a grumpy old man and Russel is, well, a little kid but all of the characters are really among the more complex Disney has ever crafted. This is the best movie I think I've seen all year. Really recommended!
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« Reply #9 on: 30 May 2009, 17:18 »

Rachel and I are probably taking Faye to this one tomorrow.

Probably nothing.  We ARE taking faye to this tomorrow.  I can't wait!
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« Reply #10 on: 30 May 2009, 22:48 »

Rachel and I are probably taking Faye to this one tomorrow.

Probably nothing.  We ARE taking faye to this tomorrow.  I can't wait!
If you're kid is young you should be a tad cautious. The opening ten minutes makes Bambi's mum dying look like small stuff.
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« Reply #11 on: 31 May 2009, 03:19 »

Damn, that looks fantastic in every sense of the word. When and where?
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« Reply #12 on: 31 May 2009, 07:33 »

If you're kid is young you should be a tad cautious. The opening ten minutes makes Bambi's mum dying look like small stuff.

I have my guess as to how it opens, judging by the lonely old man. If I'm right, she's seen worse.
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« Reply #13 on: 31 May 2009, 08:49 »

If you're kid is young you should be a tad cautious. The opening ten minutes makes Bambi's mum dying look like small stuff.

I have my guess as to how it opens, judging by the lonely old man. If I'm right, she's seen worse.

You can read in the first paragraph of the review posted up there what happens.

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« Reply #14 on: 31 May 2009, 12:17 »

Well, that was pretty great. "Tents are hard" was probably my favorite line. And Faye didn't have any trouble, though I think she's a bit young to have fully understood the point of the opening, which I guess is good.
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« Reply #15 on: 01 Jun 2009, 10:49 »

This was actually the Pixar movie I was least excited about seeing ("least excited" being an extremely relative term, of course), but dang if it wasn't one of the best of them. It's just incredible how much they can make you connect to these characters using humor and sadness and little details (did anyone but me notice the slight growth of Carl's facial hair? what kind of animation studio does that?)

Also, how awesome was the cartoon before the actual movie? So good.
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« Reply #16 on: 01 Jun 2009, 10:53 »

I loved the short before the movie.  it was so sweet!  Overall, this was a fantastic trip to the theater.  My kid liked it and I just loved it. 
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« Reply #17 on: 01 Jun 2009, 11:00 »

did anyone but me notice the slight growth of Carl's facial hair? what kind of animation studio does that?)

I noticed that too and was quite impressed by it.
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« Reply #18 on: 01 Jun 2009, 16:25 »

I also really enjoyed it! My only regret is that I didn't see it in 3d.
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« Reply #19 on: 01 Jun 2009, 17:21 »

Honestly, I don't think this movie really needed to be in 3D
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« Reply #20 on: 01 Jun 2009, 17:58 »

I agree that it didn't really need to be in 3D, but I think it would have still made it even better.
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« Reply #21 on: 01 Jun 2009, 20:40 »

It was really awesome in 3D, you guys.
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« Reply #22 on: 01 Jun 2009, 21:18 »

I just got back from seeing this. It was absolutely wonderful. I continue to be in love with every single thing Pixar does. I'll agree, the opening is fairly brutal as far as Disney/kids' movies go, but I don't think it was nearly as traumatizing as Bambi.

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The brutal part of Up still followed a fairly natural progression and you could more or less see it coming; in Bambi it pretty much came out HOLY SHIT WTF sudden.
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« Reply #23 on: 01 Jun 2009, 22:32 »

I absolutely loved this movie.  First off, Toy Story was my favorite movie as a kid, and is still definitely in my top three, so Pixar set the bar very very high from the start.  The story and progression in this movie just had something that the last few Pixar movies didn't (the last movie I truly enjoyed was the Incredibles).

I wanted to see it in 3D, just for the added coolness, but I couldn't make that show tonight.  Because I saw it so late, I got to sit right smack in the middle of the theater, which was nice too.  First off, the short before the movie was great.  Then the movie itself, was obviously beautifully animated, and just really good.  Some of the things in it were legitimately, laugh out loud, f*cking funny!  I'd most likely see this again in a theater.

It was nice, I really needed something to cheer me up today, and I'm so happy I went.  Some of the parts were a little rough (the beginning is DEFINITELY not as bad as Bambi), but it was still a great movie.  Highly recommended!
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« Reply #24 on: 02 Jun 2009, 19:05 »

I liked it, but my mom thought it was kind of scary
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« Reply #25 on: 02 Jun 2009, 22:08 »

I may be in the minority, but Up beats Bambi. Probably because I never liked the kid to begin with.
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« Reply #26 on: 02 Jun 2009, 22:47 »

SPOILER!!

I'd say while the death itself may have been more startling in Bambi, Up's opening montage leading to Ellie's death was sadder and had more emotional heft. The movie as a whole was the scariest, saddest Disney movie I can think of to be honest. There's a heck of a lot of sadness throughout, the occasional rough-by-Disney-standards violence (Doug being tossed around the cabin by the Alpha dog was borderline brutal) and some fairly frightening moments to boot (the whole final chase/fight scene was really intense, for example, even if some humor was mixed in.)
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« Reply #27 on: 03 Jun 2009, 01:07 »

I thought it was wonderful. I accidentally saw it in 3D, and while it wasn't always perfect, it was pretty cool. I jumped when a digital piece of shrapnel flew at me. It's not something I'd intentionally pay more for, though.

None of the emotional moments felt contrived, and the opening scenes were some of the best visual storytelling I'd ever seen. I also thought it was pretty neat that the kid was Asian - I can't think of another kid's movie offhand with an Asian lead.

Pixar has yet to disappoint me. Other studios could learn a thing or two from their storyboard team. The animation was great, but the movie would still have been wonderful if it had been drawn with wax crayons, because the story was just perfect.
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« Reply #28 on: 03 Jun 2009, 15:01 »

...I didn't get that the kid was supposed to be Asian. Hm. That is cool, though.
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« Reply #29 on: 03 Jun 2009, 17:29 »

he was totally asian! he didn't have eyelid folds
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« Reply #30 on: 03 Jun 2009, 18:19 »

Hey, I wasn't arguing, I just didn't really notice it. Or think about it, I guess. It is disturbing it didn't even occur to me that he might not be white.
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« Reply #31 on: 03 Jun 2009, 20:30 »

I think that the villains defeat in this was pretty damn dark.  I can't think of a worse one since Clayton hanging himself in Tarzan.
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« Reply #32 on: 03 Jun 2009, 20:34 »

It's ok, I didn't realize he was Asian until about halfway through when I noticed the shape of his eyes. But his mom/not-mom/whatever at the end was the big tip-off.
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« Reply #33 on: 04 Jun 2009, 11:51 »

story and progression in this movie just had something that the last few Pixar movies didn't (the last movie I truly enjoyed was the Incredibles).

Toy Story: Incredible!
A Bug's Life: Good!
Toy Story 2: Incredible!
Monster's Inc: Incredible!
Finding Nemo: Incredible!
The Incredibles:...Amazing!
Cars: Bunk.
Ratatouille: Incredible!
WALL-E: Incredible!
Up: Incredible!

I think one 'eh' movie is acceptable with a track record like that one. Whenever I ask people to name Pixar films that weren't great (with the exception of Cars...) they usually name a computer animated film by another company like Dreamworks or something.
'Pixar ain't that great, Shark Tale sucked, remember?'
It's pretty telling that Pixar have become synonymous with computer animated movies.
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« Reply #34 on: 04 Jun 2009, 12:53 »

Toy Story: Incredible!
A Bug's Life: Good!
Toy Story 2: Incredible!Ever-So-Slightly-Less-Than-Incredible! (Not as good as TS1, so has to be lowered, but still it was awesome)
Monster's Inc: Incredible!Beyond Words Amazing!
Finding Nemo: Incredible!
The Incredibles:...Amazing!
Cars: Bunk.
Ratatouille: Incredible!Really Good, but not as amazing as the others.
WALL-E: Incredible!
Up: Incredible!Left Me Almost Speechless

Weak boarding to quote the post right above you, I know, but I had to fix your list for ya ;-)
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« Reply #35 on: 04 Jun 2009, 13:13 »

Ratatouille is at least as good as Wall-E. At the very least, I'd actually rewatch it whereas I think I could go without seeing Wall-E again without a second thought.
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« Reply #36 on: 04 Jun 2009, 14:08 »

Yeah, I agree. I think Ratatouille is one of the best things they've made. Close to it anyway. Like...top 5 or so?
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« Reply #37 on: 04 Jun 2009, 18:19 »

up was amazing. it covered all it all.  it actually made me feel conflicted over wall-e being my fav pixar movie (and maybe favorite movie).
pixar is an amazing thing. i wonder if they're gonna make up for the WALL-E best picture fuck up by having it at LEAST nominated?
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« Reply #38 on: 04 Jun 2009, 19:20 »

Pixar will not get best picture as long as Best Animated Feature exists. It's in the same ghetto as foreign films, only one of which ever won best picture (and that movie sucked pretty hard)
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« Reply #39 on: 13 Jun 2009, 11:23 »

I watched today, the most awesome part was the dogs in the airplanes.
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« Reply #40 on: 13 Jun 2009, 19:41 »

I've yet to see this.

But I got a real "Miyazaki" vibe from the trailer, and wish to see it very much.

Can anyone who has seen it confirm Disney is being influenced by Hayao Miyazaki films a lot more now?
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« Reply #41 on: 13 Jun 2009, 20:50 »

Ok yeah, just watched the trailer.  It does look really cool.  I might have to see if Han wants to watch it soon.
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« Reply #43 on: 13 Jun 2009, 22:14 »

I've yet to see this.

But I got a real "Miyazaki" vibe from the trailer, and wish to see it very much.

Can anyone who has seen it confirm Disney is being influenced by Hayao Miyazaki films a lot more now?
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« Reply #44 on: 13 Jun 2009, 22:22 »

Well Ben if you're wanting to see it in a cinema then you'll have to wait because this great country has decided not to realease it until september. You know what I have to say to that - FUCK THAT NOISE. but as angry as it makes me I can sort of see the reason for it, it's a kids movie so delay it until the school holidays, what really pisses me off though is 'Moon' which looks amazing is getting the same treatment. Delaying a kids movie I can almost forgive but seriously fuck that.
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« Reply #45 on: 15 Jun 2009, 15:04 »

Saw it today and I can't believe people put Up and Wall-E in the same class, to be honest.
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« Reply #46 on: 15 Jun 2009, 17:31 »

A little clarification on this Alex? I'm not sure which, if either, of these movies you're slagging?

I though they were both really good films; although Up easily is the better of the two, Wall-E isn't far behind IMO.
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« Reply #47 on: 15 Jun 2009, 18:12 »

Definitely slagging Wall-E.
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« Reply #48 on: 15 Jun 2009, 19:00 »

I loved Wall-E.
I loved Up.

Why we gotta fight about which one is better?

I actually really really loved Dug as a counterpoint to Wall-E, though. Whereas you have Wall-E as no dialogue and having to convey the emotion visually(and beautifully done, mind you), Dug (and the other dogs) was hilarious with every emotion being overly described. I don't know why but "POINT!" tickled me pink every time.
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« Reply #49 on: 16 Jun 2009, 06:29 »

This was REALLY FUCKING GOOD.  My favorite one so far.  There was one little kid in the audience who kept saying whatever was on his mind, though. 

"Uh oh, the balloons are gone!"
"Puppies!"
"The birdie is funny!"

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