• 25 Years of Pixar Animation Compilation
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[QUOTE=Mr. Bleak;28741046]Oh I remember all those movies right when they came out! I don't see how it's 25 years though, the majority of those came out mid-90s and later.[/QUOTE] Pixar was founded in 1986, which makes it 25 years. At first they only made short films, but then in the 90's, Toy Story came out and then the rest followed.
Oh god Bug's Life :unsmith: Never too old OR too young to love Pixar for what they do
I cried. Thank you. Every single Pixar movie I've watched, is connected to a memory that's in the past. Just watching your compilation made me long for those.
I shed a tear.
Would be interesting to see these in chronological order.
God why did I have to miss Toy Story 3 in the cinema. I was so excited when I saw its commercial on TV. It's been years since I've seen Toy Story 2 and I still love the story from the first time I've seen it. I wonder if people'll look weird at me when they see me at the cinema though. Toy Story was meant for kids right?
[QUOTE=Recurracy;28783954]God why did I have to miss Toy Story 3 in the cinema. I was so excited when I saw its commercial on TV. It's been years since I've seen Toy Story 2 and I still love the story from the first time I've seen it. I wonder if people'll look weird at me when they see me at the cinema though. Toy Story was meant for kids right?[/QUOTE] I think they made Toy Story 2 and 3 so far apart for a reason. Go see it.
[QUOTE=Recurracy;28783954]God why did I have to miss Toy Story 3 in the cinema. I was so excited when I saw its commercial on TV. It's been years since I've seen Toy Story 2 and I still love the story from the first time I've seen it. I wonder if people'll look weird at me when they see me at the cinema though. Toy Story was meant for kids right?[/QUOTE] No Pixar movie has been made for kids and kids only. Every Pixar movie has been made with most focus on kids but with a pressure on the more grown up as well. They don't make movies for specific age groups but rather every group. It's also pretty normal for children's movies to have something for adults as well in order to not torture them as they usually have to watch the movies with them. And what Lunik said as well. You'll understand when you see it.
Pixar contacted me saying that they want to send me something! This is amazing! Thanks to everyone who passed this video around, it somehow got to Pixar. :D
I remember when every one of the feature length came out. I also have every one of them on vhs, dvd, or both.
Oh god that was heart-warming.
Really well done, it brought a tear to my eye. Nostalgia.
Holy shit pixar contacted you? PLEASE post what they send you.
[QUOTE=Occlusion;28819655]Holy shit pixar contacted you? PLEASE post what they send you.[/QUOTE] I will. They send they will ship me a package next week!
Pixar movies are like boobies, designed for children but enjoyed by adults.
The guy who pretty much conceived Ratatouille did Computer Science at my university before joining Pixar, he was my mum's housemate, neat :keke: unfortunate that Ratatouille is one of the Pixar films I'm not that bothered by :v: same with Cars... every single other film Pixar has done I've loved though, ahh watching this always makes me nostalge with the power of a thousand suns :v:
[QUOTE=NKMcDonalds;28806921]Pixar contacted me saying that they want to send me something! This is amazing! Thanks to everyone who passed this video around, it somehow got to Pixar. :D[/QUOTE] Ok now that's awesome. Wasn't expecting that in the slightest. Nice!
I certainly hope whatever they send you is Pixar-related. That would be amazing!
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Oh god I was fine until the part where Woody said "goodbye andy" that made me fucking cry I will miss the Toy Story series. But I don't exactly want a new one, it ended perfect. Nothing could follow up Toy Story 3.
[QUOTE=TehDoomCat;28836056]The guy who pretty much conceived Ratatouille did Computer Science at my university before joining Pixar, he was my mum's housemate, neat :keke: unfortunate that Ratatouille is one of the Pixar films I'm not that bothered by :v: same with Cars... every single other film Pixar has done I've loved though, ahh watching this always makes me nostalge with the power of a thousand suns :v:[/QUOTE] it's a bad thing that ratatouille doesn't bother you?
Man this thing was amazing... A-fucking-mazing.
ratatouille was amazing, especially if you know anything about food
I heard the song Chicane and I remembered the music video :( It's sad
[QUOTE=NKMcDonalds;28827490]I will. They send they will ship me a package next week![/QUOTE] I am really curious. I hope for you it's a really cool pixar character or something like that.
Pixar sent me a package of a bunch of stuff, including all 11 movies, plus the short films and the Cars Mater's Tall Tales (ALL ON BLU RAY, except for A Bugs Life, the Incredibles, and Finding Nemo). They also sent me a shirt with the characters from Toy Story 3, a jacket with Pixar labeled on it, and a big book of art from Toy Story. THANKS PIXAR. YOU ARE THE GREATEST PEOPLE EVER!
Holy shit. Awesome stuff, man!
So jelly.
God. The tone-change at 3:11. lump. throat. inside it. You deserve to be recognized by Pixar and various websites like the Awesomer OH WAIT YOU ALREADY HAVE.
pixar made our childhoods grow
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