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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Canesfan3234, Nov 10, 2015.
Had a lot of jazz music but no singing. Are you on the cocomelon train?
Not a musical like either of those. Has songs but it’s more music than song if that makes sense
Cocomelon works a bit...need to push it more. All I get now is "Coco" or "Maui"....she also has almost zero interest in Coco until they get to the Land of the Dead....not sure if it's the colors in that land or what....but the first half is worthless to her.
Holy shit. That was not a kids movie. Phenomenal.
I have a 17 month old. For a long ass time she only would watch cocomelon. Called it "baba sheep sheep."
Then my sister showed her the live action cat in the hat which is a terrible fucking movie. We pushed elf pretty hard recently and that's her favorite at the moment. Guess we are just going to keep watching elf for a while.
What about frozen? Feel like that is similar to Moana.
Soul was beautiful
The cat soul heading to the great beyond.
Really enjoyed it and I think that was a great message
Soul was absolutely beautiful, had me in tears
Is... is this the first Pixar movie ever where the plot doesn't revolve around the main character traveling to/from somewhere?
they are clearly going from sea to land and vice versa
Remy didn't travel to or from anywhere yo
But that is definitely a common theme
younger brother in Luca sounds like the same voice actor from Coco
Right, but based on the trailer the whole story takes place around the town or island or whatever it is.
I feel like Onward is super underrated because it came out at the beginning of the pandemic. Don't know if it's common knowledge but Onward is based on director Dan Scanlon's childhood. I remember watching it and thinking this is far too specific to be made up and yeah he just wrote a fictionalized version of he and his brother's youth.
Thought it was really good.
I really enjoyed it, but yeah the timing could not have been worse. It was fun watching a new release at home, especially at that time
Just saw Soul with the fam the other night. Outfuckingstanding. Beautiful movie all the way around, music, visuals, story... so good.
How old are your kids? I loved it but thought it was more of an adult movie.
10 and 13. Both loved it.
I watched Soul last night. Seemed like a retread of Inside Out but with a lesson on nihilistic existentialism. Not great
I completely disagree with this post but it's soooo cunty I have to respect it.
“I like that one animated movie where a part of life is explained as being actually controlled by a people in a secret workplace. No, not Monster’s Inc, not Inside Out, not Storks, not Boss Baby...I think it’s called Soul.”
Luca is really good
Watched it last night with the family. I thought it was damn good.
I’m a sucker for most things Italian so a lot of things in the movie plucked my heartstrings
Really liked that one and my daughter seemed to really like it too.
Santa Gorgonzola, Santa Ricotta?
Incredibly strong DreamWorks animation vibes from that
toy story said a lot about mortality, worth, and time passing you by imhv
Name a better cover (I know it's not technically Pixar don't care)
Visuals look great
Hell yeah. Looks like it's targeted for a little bit older kid than say Toy Story. Proud of my oldest wanting to be Buzz for Halloween and not that soy boy Woody
my youngest is Woody
Love Toy Story stuff so much. Such great memories with my kids (mostly my 10 year old son). His buzz and woody toys still stand on his dresser because I won’t let him get rid of them.
Still haven't seen TS4 yet. I'm afraid to as I'm not prepared for all the emotions.
Honestly. 3 hit the feels WAY harder.
Straight up Dagobah Star Wars easteregg
Imagine playing Johnny Storm, Steve Rogers, and Buzz Lightyear
Chris Evans is the best
In my mind it ended at 3.