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    booooooooooo. you need more kiddie-joy!! I wuved toy story. When I finished watching it, i went and played with my favorite childhood toys. =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by StealDragon View Post
    I love how they only think Toy Story was good, Toy Story was my LEAST favorite of all the Oscar Nominees... yes I watched all 10.
    How was it not good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vphamv View Post
    How was it not good?
    classic predictable disney movie... did anyone think all the toys were just going to burn up? and that whole passing on the toys thing at the end was kinda cheesy.

    steal is a hard nigga from the streets of new yourk and doesn't appreciate your sentimental bullshit

    [fyi i liked toy story 3 but idk if it was the best picture]


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    I haven't really enjoyed most of the new Disney/Pixar films. There are odd exceptions, like The Incredibles, but for the most part I reckon they've gone downhill since the Lion King.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuyvesant View Post
    but for the most part I reckon they've gone downhill since the Lion King.
    BUT ITS SO FLUFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFY!!

    i want a fluffy unicorn.

    and a minion. roarrrrrrrrrrr!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystic_guard_sinoel View Post
    classic predictable disney movie... did anyone think all the toys were just going to burn up? and that whole passing on the toys thing at the end was kinda cheesy.

    steal is a hard nigga from the streets of new yourk and doesn't appreciate your sentimental bullshit

    [fyi i liked toy story 3 but idk if it was the best picture]
    Predictable, yes, but I don't agree that it was a cheesy ending. It was a perfect way to bring the series to an end(which I actually hope it is). I thought it portrayed the passing of age and what it's like to finally grow up exceptionally well. What would have been a good way to end it and not be cheesy?

    There was definitely unpredictable things though, like the fact that the Bo-peep was gone and there were only a handful of toys left.

    Plus the beginning sequence that makes you remember how imaginative you were when you were a kid was great. The feeling of nostalgia I got after watching the movie of being a kid playing toys was incomparable to any other movie I've seen to date.


    On a related note to the thread though, I actually liked Black Swan. Didn't watch any of the others though since I didn't care. Oh and if any of you haven't seen it yet, watch The Illusionist which came out last year. A silent animated film, with a 50's era style about a magician who meets a girl along his travels and the adventures they go through after their encounter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuyvesant View Post
    I haven't really enjoyed most of the new Disney/Pixar films. There are odd exceptions, like The Incredibles, but for the most part I reckon they've gone downhill since the Lion King.
    I personally don't agree. There has definitely been terrible movies since Lion King but there has been many great ones as well.
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    Oh, there have been good ones, it's just on the whole, I don't enjoy them as much as I used to. This isn't because I'm older or anything. I can still watch some of the old ones and enjoy them.

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    I loved most Pixar pieces: The Incredibles, the 3 Toy Stories, Wall-e, Cars, Up, Nemo, Monsters, Ratatouille... such creativity is amazing, more particularly even on the long run!!!

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    lol. I like the rock climbing movie (forget the actual title. 28 hours later???) and the incpetion poster. Inception poster with tagline is #1 for me. haha!

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    Thanks for your information here, nice post, nice pictures !!!

 

 
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