december: using "rage" in a headline = -10 points, +2 added for not using the modifier "epic"confusing "then" with "than" = you're an idiot and points don't matterbetter luck next time subby
Incorrigible Astronaut: I actually agree with number one, but the Up montage needs to be #2. Hell, the 100-mile dash isn't even the best moment in The Incredibles.
TOY Moose: Let me know when Pixar gets up to the level of Grave of the Fireflies/ I'm not linking to the movie...// I want to live/// So wrong but right: http://youtu.be/aDxbnNXl4qQ
zappaisfrank: I have purposely avoided watching UP and TS3 because I don't find being emotionally shredded by a cartoon to be a very entertaining experience. I think it comes from the time I was 7 years old and was reduced to a pile of blubber during a theatrical showing of "Snoopy Come Home".TS2 caught me off guard when the girl puppet gets depressed about how she gets discarded as her owner grows up. I have a love/hate relationship with Pixar. I love some of them, hate some of them. Make me cry and you end up on the "NO" list.
MooseMuffin: Clearly, you're a bit too far removed from your childhood. The end of TS3 hit me just about as hard as the start of Up, it just went after a different set of emotions. I'd take either of them as #1.
yves0010: KJUW89: Incorrigible Astronaut: I actually agree with number one, but the Up montage needs to be #2. Hell, the 100-mile dash isn't even the best moment in The Incredibles.Agreed.Fully agreed. I think the family fight scene in general was awesome. Been far to long since I sat down and watched that movie. Need to find it and watch it again.
Cagey B: Between that scene in Toy Story 2 and that Humane Society commercial, Sarah McLachlan has made more people cry like a biatch than Bambi's Mom and Battletoads put together.
The My Little Pony Killer: Andy and his family were the least important elements of all the Toy Story movies.
IdBeCrazyIf: Incorrigible Astronaut: I actually agree with number one, but the Up montage needs to be #2. Hell, the 100-mile dash isn't even the best moment in The Incredibles.ThisIf anything there are several scenes in Wall-E that are much better. I mean seriously, that a movie can go for 30 minutes with almost zero dialogue short of a clip of a musical and still keep you enthralled is a testament to the power of movie making that Pixar has.
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