Tag Archives: Pixar

In which I write about something topical and fun for once

Fourteen years later, The Incredibles still feels sui generis amidst the glut of superhero and 3D animated flicks. Its central premise about superheroes trying to live ordinary lives and raise a family would seem like fodder for gimmickry and broad … Continue reading

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The abyss

Aside from my brief critique of Inside Out, I haven’t written much about Pixar here. As an animation buff, this comes across as a terrible omission which should be rectified. And seeing as how I haven’t seen Finding Nemo in … Continue reading

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Grow up

My apologies for the lack of posting. Total lack of inspiration, sloth, etc. etc. I saw Pixar’s Inside Out a couple of weeks ago, and like many people thought it a good movie, possibly great. The movie is more curiously … Continue reading

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QotD: Pixar edition

Eve Tushnet on Inside Out: I led a charmed life as a child, and I had accumulated more Dostoyevskyan angst by age six than this kid seems to harbor at twice that. I actually haven’t seen Inside Out yet, which … Continue reading

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