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 1251 Pipping Fool, Wed, 1st Aug '12 2:37:46 PM from City of Lights Relationship Status: YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA
Like a fine aged wine
Brave was middle-of-the-pack for me.

The only steadfast ones for me are Up (favorite) Cars 2 (Least favorite) and Brave (Dead Center). The others move around from time to time.
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 1252 Enzeru, Wed, 1st Aug '12 7:01:51 PM from Orlando, FL χಠ♥
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Ratatouille's my most favorite, followed currently by the Incredibles, and everything else is jumbled up, with A Bug's Life on the bottom.

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Man, I totally thought over Ratatouille and The Incredibles when I was thinking of my four-way tie, too! Geez.

I think Ratatouille is probably my favorite at this particular moment in time, but my list fluctuates. I think I can see how Up and WALL-E are technically superior movies, but I think I enjoy Ratatouille more. Kind of like my relationship with Brave. I can see how Toy Story 2 might be a better movie, but I enjoyed Brave a lot, while as I still don't really enjoy the second Toy Story all that much. Bit like my relationship with the original Star Wars trilogy. It's the middle bit that I don't really care for. The others are awesome.
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 1254 Pipping Fool, Fri, 3rd Aug '12 3:36:25 AM from City of Lights Relationship Status: YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA
Like a fine aged wine
I guess that Up hits me on a very sentimental value. As my Grandma and Granfarder had a very similar relationship as Carl & Ellie until Granfarder passed away. Likewise with Great Aunty Olwen and Great Uncle Sandy.
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 1255 Dr Psyche, Tue, 7th Aug '12 2:18:26 PM from Hawaii Relationship Status: Who needs love when you have waffles?
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Wall-E and Ratatouie are my least favorite Pixar movies (I didn't see Cars 2). But I dislike them because their notcmy "Thing." I still think that they are good movies. Ratatouie's theme wasn't very interesting, but it is about creating and following one's dream (Again, not something I was interested in, but still good). Wall-E was cute and the animation was neat, but it didn't leave an impression (Again, this is personal, this wasn't a bad movie).

Up and the Toy Story Movies, I liked.

Brave: I dislike for reasons which would sound repetitive if I repeated them.

 1256 ithinkabouttrees, Tue, 7th Aug '12 2:59:48 PM from A dark and damp place
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Hands down my favorite Pixar film is Toy Story 2, but that may be my bias speaking because it was the first film I remember seeing in theaters front to back. I also got Jesse and Bullseye for Christmas to do with my Woodie doll.

The best Pixar film, in my opinion, was either Ratatouille or Wall*E, because they both were very beautiful films both writing, music, animation, and acting wise. And Wall*E didn't even have talking for the first third of it!

Back on topic, at this moment I feel as though Brave was a great Disney film, but a mediocre Pixar film. It's not something I'm jumping to get the DVD for, but I'm not going to discount it.

edited 7th Aug '12 3:00:37 PM by ithinkabouttrees

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 1258 Sijo, Tue, 7th Aug '12 10:15:08 PM from Puerto Rico
Actually, I'm hoping the DVD will have some extras that help with the story. Like a short about Mordu's or The Witch's origins.
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 1259 Mort 08, Tue, 7th Aug '12 10:36:19 PM from Oklahoma Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
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I heard a rumor that the short will indeed be about Mor'du.
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Ooooh! I am looking forward to that!
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If it is, I really want to watch it. Seriously, the movie needed more about Mordu, I felt like he was a last minute kinda thing needed for a climax.

 1262 Mort 08, Wed, 8th Aug '12 12:29:00 PM from Oklahoma Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
Pirate AND writer!
Somewhat related; news got out today that Chapman is leaving Pixar and going to Lucasfilm Animation.

For me, the only surprising part of this is that it didn't happen sooner.

edited 8th Aug '12 12:30:22 PM by Mort08

 1263 every108minutes, Wed, 8th Aug '12 1:01:13 PM from Sesame Street
The only thing I'm surprised about is that there's something called Lucasfilm Animation.
 1264 Enzeru, Wed, 8th Aug '12 1:23:55 PM from Orlando, FL χಠ♥
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Same.

 1265 Beorc, Wed, 8th Aug '12 1:27:33 PM from the white void Relationship Status: I know
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...Well, apparently their only project so far has been the Clone Wars TV series, so that would explain it...

Isn't it what makes the clone wars?

I thought I was going to be sad when this happened. And to tell the truth, I am.

But it really is best that she and Pixar go separate ways. Who knows, maybe she will make her own "How To Train Your Dragon".

 1268 Physical Stamina, Fri, 10th Aug '12 10:19:05 PM from a half-eaten cracker Relationship Status: Loves me...loves me not
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Saw the movie today. Was pretty good. Honestly thought one of the parents was gonna die.
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 1269 maxwellelvis, Sat, 11th Aug '12 4:37:24 AM from undisclosed location Relationship Status: In my bunk
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[up]I just realized that myself; with Fergus and Elinor both alive and well, Merida's the third Princess to have both her parents alive and well.
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 1270 Physical Stamina, Sat, 11th Aug '12 7:41:55 AM from a half-eaten cracker Relationship Status: Loves me...loves me not
Joyeux
Who are the first and second?
Dubstep isn't some catch-all term that mean "anything that goes 'wub'". It has an actual definition.
 1271 Pipping Fool, Sat, 11th Aug '12 7:47:48 AM from City of Lights Relationship Status: YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA
Like a fine aged wine
Mulan and...?
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 1272 Rhyme Beat, Sat, 11th Aug '12 8:02:00 AM from Eastern Standard Relationship Status: In Lesbians with you
Twilight Time
Rapunzel. Assuming you don't count Mother Gothel as her mother.
 1273 Known Unknown, Sat, 11th Aug '12 9:28:28 AM from Here. There. Everywhere.
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Mulan isn't a princess, she's the Chinese equivalent of a noble.

edited 11th Aug '12 9:29:07 AM by KnownUnknown

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 1274 Rhyme Beat, Sat, 11th Aug '12 11:05:11 AM from Eastern Standard Relationship Status: In Lesbians with you
Twilight Time
She's in the Disney Princess line.
Aurora's parents are both alive. She just, you know, was raised by fairies.

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