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06-06-2009 10:06 AM
swimsweetie401 I just saw Up yesterday and it was adorable! That is definitley my favorite one now!!
06-06-2009 09:15 AM
FreestylePup I could not choose between Finding Nemo and Wall-e
06-04-2009 08:27 PM
danakscully64 Still haven't seen Wall-E.
06-04-2009 07:09 PM
rosiem My faves are definitely WALL-E, The Incredibles, or Ratatouille.



Never much like Finding Nemo, to be honest.
06-03-2009 04:30 AM
Melanie I loved Ratatouille! And WALL-E!



Wow, I saw both at the theatre with my BF during either of his visits here! What is it with seeing animated films with him? We also saw the one with the surfing penguins too. (Not sure who made that one though)
06-03-2009 04:02 AM
isowish WALL-E by far. I have a WALL-E duvet.
06-03-2009 12:43 AM
Envy WALL-E and Toy Story.
06-03-2009 12:04 AM
GhostUser Why am I not surprised there's so many Finding Nemo fans? BEST movie EVER!!
06-02-2009 01:20 PM
holly golightly
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It was wonderful! Did you see it in 3-D? It was a little hard to watch for a minute or two, and then my eyes got used to it. The movie was so funny, I loved Kevin! It was definitely worth seeing, I'm going again to see it with a different friend.



Also no children cried during the movie (and the theater was the most packed I've seen since I saw Saw 3 on opening night!) which is a major plus.



Shocking! We see all Pixar (the only family movies we go to the theater for) movies at 10 PM, or after, on a weekday, to avoid the children factor.
06-02-2009 01:15 PM
holly golightly How weird. My husband and I just got back from UP around midnight and we had the same discussion! I have hated all Pixar movies up until Ratatouille. I don't like their animation, but I volunteered to go see Ratatouille because of the culinary emphasis and the rats. I really liked it! I also liked WALL-E and the message it sent, so it is almost a toss up between the only two Pixar movies I love (WALL-E and Ratatouille). UP was excellent for the first half hour, then rather typical, but still enjoyable.
06-01-2009 10:00 PM
nataliex1122
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Originally Posted by FitChick99 View Post

Not on the poll since this is an older thread, but I saw the new Disney Pixar movie, Up, last weekend and it was really good! Funny, but also heartwarming, and... I won't ruin it!



It was wonderful! Did you see it in 3-D? It was a little hard to watch for a minute or two, and then my eyes got used to it. The movie was so funny, I loved Kevin! It was definitely worth seeing, I'm going again to see it with a different friend.



Also no children cried during the movie (and the theater was the most packed I've seen since I saw Saw 3 on opening night!) which is a major plus.
06-01-2009 08:18 PM
FitChick99 Not on the poll since this is an older thread, but I saw the new Disney Pixar movie, Up, last weekend and it was really good! Funny, but also heartwarming, and... I won't ruin it!
06-01-2009 07:25 PM
Amy SF I saw WALL-E for the first time on cable TV a few days ago, and loved it. Thank goodness for On Demand, because I immediately realized there was a lot of stuff going on, and I'd have to watch it again and again to catch everything. I've watched it about four more times so far, and I'm still catching stuff.



Oh, and it definitely makes me cry at the end.
07-14-2008 01:45 AM
Mrrple
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I hate all of them, except Wall-e, it was pure love!



Hate is such a strong, overused word.
07-12-2008 08:11 PM
Raina I hate all of them, except Wall-e, it was pure love!
07-12-2008 03:32 AM
Larissa Finding Nemo. <3

Cars and The Incredibles coming in as close seconds for me, though.
07-11-2008 11:27 AM
NoMeatMary Nemo lover here. Cars is a close 2nd.
07-11-2008 10:12 AM
Tom
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I hated Finding Nemo!!!! It's so depressing, one horrible thing happens after another, I couldn't stand it - don't think I laughed once.



Sorry - just thought I'd put a downer on things.



I thought it started out on a really bad note, with Marlin's mate and most of their eggs killed by the barracuda. There were scary moments after that, like when



Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Marlin and Dory went down into that dark trench to find the mask and were attacked by the anglerfish... and when Nemo was almost killed in the aquarium filter... But everything ends happily.
07-10-2008 11:27 AM
danakscully64 I love that the Pixar movies have a lot of jokes only adults would get



Monsters Inc is AWESOME, I showed my boyfriend the movie a few months ago and he wants to watch it again. I own A Bug's Life, but haven't watched it... I love the character Heimlich And honestly, I'm not a huge fan of cartoons in general.
07-10-2008 10:50 AM
Tom
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Originally Posted by Amy SF View Post

Since the Pixar movies are created to appeal to adults as well as children.....



I'm glad you said that. Now I don't have to feel silly for having watched "Finding Nemo" and "Monsters Inc." on the TV a few weeks ago. Those are the only two I've seen, although I'm sure I'd like Wall-E. This is gonna sound wierd... but I'm not going to watch "Bug's Life" because I like grasshoppers and it makes them out to be the villains.



ETA: I think I'd like both "Toy Story" movies, The Incredibles, and Wall-E.



(ETAA: There's no figuring some people. I read someplace that, after "Nemo" came out, a lot of people wanted marine aquaria with clownfish- even though the movie clearly depicts the fish as unhappy in captivity, and hints at how difficult marine aquaria are to maintain.)
07-09-2008 10:14 AM
danakscully64
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...not a SINGLE vote for Toy Story 2? WOW.



I can't remember if I've seen that one... I think I have...
07-09-2008 08:58 AM
Piggie I really loved Ratatouille. It's the only movie I refuse to delete off my iPod.



Oh, and Cars. I've yet to see Wall-E.
07-09-2008 03:55 AM
Amy SF ...not a SINGLE vote for Toy Story 2? WOW.
07-09-2008 12:41 AM
Smurfbabe I hated Finding Nemo!!!! It's so depressing, one horrible thing happens after another, I couldn't stand it - don't think I laughed once.



Sorry - just thought I'd put a downer on things.
07-08-2008 11:50 PM
danakscully64 Finding Nemo and Monster's Inc
07-04-2008 07:06 AM
Amber_Cullen I voted What, are you kiddin' me? I love ALL of them!, because I do... lol, but I watch Finding Nemo the most... I can't get enough of that movie!!
07-04-2008 05:28 AM
Mrrple
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Originally Posted by lavande View Post

HOWEVER. I do not see the big deal with Toy Story!!!!!!



It was one of the first (If not THE first) feature films to be animated completely with third dimension computer graphics. It was a breakthrough in film.
07-03-2008 07:19 PM
sallyomally WALLEEEEEE!!!

I saw it tonight, and I loved it. The story line was great and the animation was outstanding.
07-03-2008 12:50 PM
Velo1 Toy Story was the first film by them that I saw, and it has always maintained a place in my general interest because of that.
07-03-2008 12:17 PM
lavande I would say Finding Nemo is mine. I just LOVE that movie. Monsters Inc, too.



HOWEVER. I do not see the big deal with Toy Story!!!!! I never liked it much. I was also unimpressed by The Incredibles. And (everyone may hate me for this) I have no desire to see Wall-E....sometimes I get these strange aversions to things, and I don't know why!
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