Will anyone else beat us?
- March 4, 2021
Does this mean I win?
April 12th, 10:05
I'M BLAND AND YOU ARE ALL BLAND
I'd personally say my top 5 in order would be Coco, Up, Finding Nemo, Brave, and A Bug's Life.
Haven't seen Coco yet but it's getting good reviews.
That has nothing to do with what adult people think of the movies of course, but if I go by all the kids I know. They cant shut up about those two, and ring the doorbell to show their new cars socks etc. No equivalent. (I guess the subject has a lot to do with it, cars is appealing to boys and princesses to girls. And yes, each gender can like what they want, I never liked anything girly myself, just stating what I see around me)
Inside Out was pretty good too. I've heard positive reviews of Soul, though I haven't watched it yet. I think the issue might be more that Pixar has recently been doing a lot of sequels, and that as a rule sequels are never as good as the original (although, as I stated earlier, Toy Story 2 might be an exception to that rule).
there is no the at the start
Sequels are pretty save bets. I don't even want to know, how many great ideas are not getting greenlit due to cowardice of the executives.
I don't think Pixar is declining, although Toy Story and Monsters Inc are probably the best films and those were among the earliest. There are a lot of sequels, too. Finding Dory was meh and Cars got 2 sequels when it wasn't that great to begin with. I actually really liked Monsters University, though.