Pixar and Dreamworks films discussions

Kitbull got to me. So glad there was a happy ending to that one.

I haven't watched the others yet, but I liked Smash and Grab. Maybe it's because I think Wall-E is one of the greatest movies ever, but I think it has potential for a full movie.

So we finally can see what the fourth movie is all about...

I'm so excited for this to ruin me emotionally.

Pixar have two movies out next year. Onward doesn't look quite as emotionally ruining, but I have faith there'll be some part where the strings swell and I curse them.

Dominic Knight wrote:

I'm so excited for this to ruin me emotionally.

That looks beyond amazing.

Jonman wrote:

Pixar have two movies out next year. Onward doesn't look quite as emotionally ruining, but I have faith there'll be some part where the strings swell and I curse them.

This one I'm more curious what it's actually about.

garion333 wrote:
Dominic Knight wrote:

I'm so excited for this to ruin me emotionally.

That looks beyond amazing.

Woah, yeah.

garion333 wrote:
Jonman wrote:

Pixar have two movies out next year. Onward doesn't look quite as emotionally ruining, but I have faith there'll be some part where the strings swell and I curse them.

This one I'm more curious what it's actually about.

Trailer reads like more of a Disney movie that Pixar animated rather than a Pixar movie. Coming of age, hero's journey, someone learns something about the value of family, blahblahblah.

Jonman wrote:

Coming of age, hero's journey, someone learns something about the value of family, blahblahblah.

So... like Brave, the Good Dinosaur, or Coco?

Don't forget the protagonist's parent(s) dying

Onward still gives me strong Dreamworks vibes. I wouldn't be shocked if it ended with a dance party.