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Is anyone actually looking forward to this
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This is one eyebrow away from looking like a Dreamworks or even Blue Sky movie.
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>>77650073
No but I said that about Inside out, which I ended up enjoying immensely, so I am willing to give this the benefit of the doubt.
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>>77650073
Looks fucking stupid.

Also, where's my fucking feathers ...
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>>77650073
Looks ok.

>>77650117
Same here. I thought Inside Out would be trash and the only thing I ended up disliking is how little time they spent on worldbuilding.
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>>77650134
>where's my fucking feathers

here you go
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>>77650226
I have a very hard time buying that this isn't a Dreamworks movie in disguise.
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>>77650226
>Alles Steht Kopf
Is that... Up?
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>>77650263
Inside Out
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The dinosaur looks way too simple looking, especially compared to the more detailed background and setting. It's really distracted honestly.
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>>77650263
Font looks like Inside Out
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It looks like a total rip-off of the first Ice Age. Feeling little hype at the moment.
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>>77650253
They're releasing this very under-the-radar compared to the usual Disney/Pixar fanfare. I have a feeling that the production process fell well behind but the production process had already gone beyond the point of no return so they just rushed it out to scrape back some tickets.

I really hope I'm wrong since Sohn is a great animator and artist. I'd love to see some new blood in Pixar's directing camp and if anyone deserves this prestige it's Sohn.
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>>77650294
This. It feels so out of place how cartoony he looks compared to everything else.
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>>77650073
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>>77650204
>we never got to visit inductive reasoning
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>>77650376
this will never fail at getting me to crack the fuck up.
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>>77650073
>Keep_On_Truckin.png
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>>77650226
Raptor feathers didn't look like that.
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>>77650507
Same
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>>77650751
WERE YOU THERE?!
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>>77650864
Nice creationist impression, anon.
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>>77650073
Two Pixar Movies in the same year.

My prediction, a 2002 redux.

Inside Out = Lilo and Stitch

The Good Dinosaur = Treasure Planet
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>>77651197
What is this year's Spirited Away, then?
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>>77650073
hell no.
i dont understand.. kids in our day enjoyed jurassic park and primal rage, and the most perfect shorthand for lame-and-terrible was barney
so why the fuck are they making this now?
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>>77650376
Solid proof that John is best beatle
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>>77651233
Peanuts.

It's an overrated movie that tugs on the nostalgia strings of old Peanutsfags, much like Spirited Away was a nostalgiafag's rosy trip back to MNT.
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>>77650953
true wisdom is knowing that you know nothing
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>>77651359
Probably an early release to make bank off the back of Jurassic World.
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>>77651387
>MNT.
What the shit is that
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>>77651438
My Neighbor Totoro
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Post your reaction if this turns out to be good
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Honestly, I haven't seen a Pixar film in theaters since Toy Story 3. Nothing has really interested me since then.
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>>77650953
ma'am.
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>>77651456
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>>77651456
i'm sure it'll be good, but not quitely reach pixar's usual standard
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This looks like it came from a smaller studio (Like whoever made Cloudy with a chance of meatballs)
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>>77651536
Fucking Sony?
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>>77651387
But Spirited Away was a thousand times better than Totoro, the latter was just "cute things: the movie" whereas the former was a fascinating, emotional trip into Japanese mythology.
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>All these people saying it's gonna be a Dreamworks-tier kiddyfest

I got a chance to see some unreleased clips at a presentation few weeks back. If anything, I'd be more worried that it's going to have too many hamfisted feels. I actually thought it looked pretty ok though.
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>>77651665
That's a massive simplification of My Neighbor Totoro, family.
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>>77650226
Why is Arin Hansen in a Disney movie?
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It actually looks good.
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>>77651665
>Spirited Away was a thousand times better than Totoro
C'mon, man. Spirited Away wasn't even a FINISHED movie. Miyazaki was 18 months behind schedule and changed the entire third act to suit the needs of production.
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>>77651700
Not enough chins.
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>>77651736
My Neighbour Totoro and Spirited Away are both great. I admit it, the weeaboos surrounding them are beyond insufferable (and if they claim to be animation fans, should check out movies like The Humpbacked Horse and The King and The Mocking Bird), but they're both fun movies.
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>>77651736
I've literally never heard of this before, but either way citing production issues as a criticism of the movie is hardly valid, look at Jaws for instance.
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So, was the kid raised by wolves?
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Spot is Cute! CUTE!
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>>77652007
He's a lot less shit than he was in the earlier poster
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>>77650751
who knows what raptor feathers really looked like anyways
I'm thinking vultures
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>>77650073
I still can't get over how fucking awful that Dinosaurs design is...
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>>77651679
>If anything, I'd be more worried that it's going to have too many hamfisted feels
yeah, that's pretty much the vibe I got from hearing the voice of a generation Lorde alongside those scenes in the first trailer.

really made it seem like they were trying really fucking hard to make it look artsy phartsy and just threw the 'self discovery extremely moving film' cliche out there so hard many people were literally able to tell what the movie was going to be about at first glance.
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>>77653152
>yeah, that's pretty much the vibe I got from hearing the voice of a generation Lorde alongside those scenes in the first trailer.
The song in the first trailer was Of Monsters & Men, not Lorde. I agree on the 'self discovery extremely moving film' cliche thing though, trailers can be misleading but that looks like the direction it's heading in.
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Speaking as someone who fuckin loves both Pixar and dinosaurs, this looks dull as hell.
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>>77651412
but it isn't. that's my point. it's aggressively lame and gay. who in this day and age thinks it's okay to make a bunch of goofy-ass playskool dinosaurs?
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>>77652359
i love how people are like WE KNOW THEY WERE BLACK AND ORANGE
LOOK WE FOUND SOME IMPRINTED PROTEIN PATTERNS MATCHING EUMELANIN AND that one red melanin whose name i forget
yeah no shit dude, those are literally the two kinds of pigments there are. But are all animals black and orange? There's mixtures, and in the case of birds there's all kinds of optical illusions that can make them blue or green or metallic or whatever.

more to the point though wtf kind of rock is capable of leaving an impression of fucking proteins? None, that's what.
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>>77650073
It'll be better than inside out, mark my words.
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>>77650073
The premise I'm okay with, but the dinosaur design is too damn goofy for me.
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>>77652359
>>77653650
>You know what? Fuck scientific advancement, if they don't fit my headcanon they don't exist
That's what I'm hearing right now.

Based on feather imprints we KNOW raptors feathers covered most of their body barring the tip of their snots.

But hey, what the fuck do scientists who dedicate their lives to understanding this shit know? Not like we were there huh? I wasn't alive during the Roman Empire, who's to say they weren't all cat people who happen to only look human? You can't prove that isn't the case.
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>>77651387
You are so wrong, I actually had to reply and call you an idiot.
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>>77650073
>want this movie to fail because of pixar
>also want this movie to succes because dinosaurs

help /co/ I'm so conflicted right now
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>>77651904
Miyazaki hasn't completed a movie on time since Princess Mononoke.

Watch Spirited Away again. The villain of the film actually changes from No Face to Yubaba. No Face was supposed to be the central antagonist of the movie, but when production got too far behind, Miyazaki had to rewrite the story to focus on Yubaba's intimidation as the greatest threat to stealing away Chihiro's shot at returning home (as opposed to appeasing No Face's selfishness).
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>>77653104
For better or for worse, I think that's kind of the point. It's the goofiest looking dinosaur of the lot, which is mean to gain sympathy, I imagine, when he overcomes whatever troubles he faces (I'm guessing the loss of his father, based on the longform trailer) and learns how to survive.
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>>77654080
i wouldn't think raptors would have feathers on their head, that's parasite city given they'll have it dunged into some dead animals all the time
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>>77654270
>want this movie to fail because of pixar
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>>77650073
Sam Elliot as a fuckin' T-Rex? Absolutely.
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>>77654332
This isn't really detrimental to the movie at all, Yubaba is the main antagonist from the start, No Face doesn't really do anything but stand around until well after Yubaba steals Chihiro's name. I've never seen anyone complain about this before, where are you sourcing this shit anyway?
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>>77650226
What the fuck, these look like horses. I know beggars can't be choosers when you're begging for dinosaurs with feathers, but...

Jesus this movie better be good if only to justify how bad these character designs are.
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>>77650073
>Alright guys let's do a dinosaur movie.
>I dunno, don't you think people are burned out on dinosaurs? People still haven't forgotten how bad Dinosaur was.
>Well, we just need to call it something that makes it clear this is going to be way better than that shitfest.
>Six months later
>The Good Dinosaur
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>>77655151
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>>77655151
not bad/10
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>>77655151
Jesus christ
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>>77650226
>kino
Confirmed for patrician.
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>>77655151
Excellent.
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>>77655151
You have made me laugh.
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>>77654080
But that pic is fine. There are different kinds of feathers for different parts of the body.
The movie poster looks like they ambushed a peacock, sawed off the tail feather tips and used the rest to make wigs.
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>>77655151
Holy shit
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>>77651404
Jon Snow
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>>77651438
>Undertale and Steven Universe
What a cancerous image
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>>77657181
>responding to a four hour old post complaining that you don't like the reaction image
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>>77650134
>where's my fucking feathers
>on a sauropod
Fucking kill yourself, Jesus Christ
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Why are people hyped for Pixar presents The Land Before Time: with Humans?
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>>77651360
That's not how you spell George.
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>>77650073
No, especially not after Inside Out showed us that Pixar still understands why we like them.

This movie just looks like Disney trying to make a big dumb animated kids movie in the vein of Sony or Universal, not interested.
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>>77655151

"Good Dinosaur, Bad Movie" gonna be all over RT
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WHY THE FUCK IS THERE A HUMAN ALONGSIDE DINOSAURS?? is the little shit a time traveller?
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>>77650356

Maybe it's actually an alien.
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>>77650073
>Is anyone actually looking forward to this

I wasn't until I heard an NPR interview with the director. I'll give it a shot now. Doesn't look worse than a Bug's Life and definitely doesn't look as bad as cars/Cars 2, and even that wasn't HORRIBLE. Just a huge letdown following stuff like Wall-E, UP, and Incredibles.

Pixar does solid work. I'm usually either satisfied or very very pleasantly surprised by their films.
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>>77658173
Nigga.

Nigga no.
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>>77658173
They literally say right there in the trailers that the premise is "What if the meteor never wiped out the Dinosaurs?"
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>>77658173
That's not a boy it's a ancient proto dog
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>>77658173
>WHY THE FUCK IS THERE A HUMAN ALONGSIDE DINOSAURS?? is the little shit a time traveller?

Because it's a fucking cartoon.
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>>77650226
DUDE FEATHERS LMAO
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>>77651233
It's Anomalisa brah
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this looks like really subpar production work, like Pixar can't get their better ideas out in time.

>>77655151

brilliant
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>>77658173
Because Jesus said so
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>>77655151
Was this made during some CG experimental phase for Disney?
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>>77658859
Holy shit I used to have one of those hand puppet things from this movie.
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>>77658859
Pretty much yeah. It was their first CG movie and they wouldn't try another one for years. It wasn't even in the Disney canon until like ten years later, it's just some bastard project they shat out.
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>>77650226
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>>77658898
They were Mcdonald toys
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>>77658929
>it's just some bastard project they shat out.

I work with some Disney tie-in publishers, and trust me, in 2000 Disney was completely obsessed with this movie—they wanted a slice of the Jurassic Park and Land Before Time market very, very badly, and were convinced this would outdo them both quite handily.

Unfortunately, it played like an uninspired combination of the two, with constant hamfisted attempts to be moralistic and cute—sort of "Disney" as stereotyped by people who don't usually watch Disney films.

Disney could have had a very good dinosaur adventure movie, but poured in so much formula that no one was interested.
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>>77650073
THAT WAS JUST A BUNCH OF CHEAP WALK CYCLES!
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>>77658859
>>77659206
They even failed to make lage assed dinogirl popular enough for dinowaifu status.
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>>77659078
Every kid I knew had these fucking things, but nobody had seen the movie.
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Why are at least half of all dinosaur related films shit?

And why most of them (good included) involve some kind of fucking journey to a safe place?
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Got to see it at a screening with a buddy (I love living in LA) and it was very, very, very, veeeeeery, meh.
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>>77655151
This movie actually terrified me as a child... and now I remember why. Thank you Anon for bringing back horrifying childhood memories.
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>>77659601
Because it's terrifyingly mediocre?

I'm actually curious.
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>>77659443
>Why are at least half of all dinosaur related films shit?

Because most of them are cash-ins on Jurassic Park. Most cash-ins tend to be shit.
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>>77659443
What else would the plot be? Every dino movie has to shed or distract from the audience's baggage of only knowing dinosaurs as things that all died a long time ago. It gets them thinking about mortality and shit, and a person in that mindset is not ready to be a good capitalist consumer. Gotta address it directly by saying "don't worry, these ones all made it out ok!" so the kids will buy all their playsets and toys.
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>>77650073

>Coming out this Wednesday

>Just saw ads for it like two days ago

Poor Pixar :(
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>>77660106

thought itd be a few more months, then a few weeks at least.
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>>77659533
at least spoils some details about the movie
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>>77659533
LA bro + dubs = quality post
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>>77650073
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>>77659443
When will this get an adaptation? Also, fuck herbivore protagonists. Seriously, fuck off. Literally every single time the protag has to be an herbivore.
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>>77660769
What is it?

Looks awesome.
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Trying not to sound too weebish but after seeing You Are Umasou I just can't give any shits for any other cute dinosaur movies. Pixar should just adapt that since I doubt they can do better.

Original Land Before Time being the exception. It always melts my icy heart.
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>>77660106
Just in time for the December toy boom. Pixar doesn't care how well the movie does, they want another merchandising cash cow like Cars.
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>>77660940
So with cars and dinosaurs out of the way, what's the next type of generic toy that kids already buy that they can put a Pixar face on?
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>>77654915
Sure they would. Carnivorous birds do.
Not having shit on the head isn't a thing, I don't know why people think it is because vultures exist. Just about every single other carnivorous bird/mammal has feathers on the head.

It'd be like me saying "Well whales don't have a coat of fur, so all water dwelling mammals must be bald."
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>>77659533
I went to a screening with a buddy too. Yes the plot isn't the most original thing I've ever seen but I still thought it had a lot of emotional power to it. Granted the ending was rather lackluster. I'd say it's worth seeing.
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>>77659078
I had one of those things and a pair of Dinosaur-themed shoes but I don't remember actually seeing the movie.
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>>77659078
I had one of those, and no, I haven't ever seen the film

Also if I remember rightly I had no idea what that toy was actually supposed to do
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>>77660946
Superheroes, but it's not like they have an upcoming superhero film or anything
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>>77661207
Superheroes aren't generic, though. What I mean is kids will buy toy cars and dinosaurs even if there's no name attached because kids just like that sort of thing. Superhero toys are more about selling characters (and to a lesser extent, gimmicks).
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>>77661056
did enjoy it more than Brave?
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>>77660106
At least Inside Out proved that they still got it.
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>>77661261
It's much much better than Brave. The two have very familiar stories but The Good Dinosaur sticks in the mind after the credits much more than Brave did.

You'd think Brave would be memorable given the gorgeous environments they go out of their way to make yet they never really made great use of it. In the Good Dinosaur, the movie takes it's time and allows the viewer to really drink in the visuals. As a result the plot is quite minimalist, but it works as a benefit. You can really feel the "Power" of the earth, if that makes sense.
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>>77658971
It's like they can't decide to go with the classic reptilian look or the more scienifically accurate so they make a bit of both and ends up pleasing nobody and looking like Arin.
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>>77661286
These days I've stopped thinking of Pixar as a monolith and started looking more closely at directors.

For example, this is Peter Sohn's first feature,so not much to judge him on except his past short film which was okay. But of upcoming films, I'm willing to get a little hype over Finding Dory because Andrew Stanton has proven himself in the past. I'm also absolutely not looking forward to Toy Story 4 because John Lassetter has become the bane of his own organization and I no longer trust him.
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From what I've seen in the trailers, the T Rexes seem to be ranchers or something similar, keeping their cattle alive and taking them on drives and such.
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>>77655063
eh, the ones for the t-rexes look alright, top one especially
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>>77659443
How about human x dino romance?
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>>77660946
Ninjas.

"Why?", you ask? Cars, dinosaurs, and ninjas are the three most popular themes for Power Rangers for a reason. They sell that well.
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>>77650376
>Spongebob_the_lost_episode.jpg
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>>77661415
I' actually see a Pixar ninja movie.
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>>77650376
>>77650073
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>>77658971
So are the raptors hillbillies?
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>>77661307
can you rank it with other pixar films?
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>>77661400
that comic was shit
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>>77661513
it was supposed to be set in the western era of dinosaur, so that's pretty much it
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>>77661532
>God Tier
The Incredibles, Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Wall-E, Inside Out, Monsters INC

>Very Good Tier
The Good Dinosaur, Finding Nemo, Toy Story 3, Up

>Good Tier
Monsters University, A Bugs Life

>Meh Tier
Brave

>Shit Tier
Cars, Cars2

>Overrated/My Hot Opinions Tier
Ratatouille
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>>77661580
>Toy Story 3, Up
>Worse than Toy Story 2 and Inside Out
NOPE
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>>77661580
I agree with you on Ratatouille.

I never really understood what everyone saw in that movie.
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>>77661602
What stops Toy Story 3 and Up being truly great is that they reach for the heartstrings in a very opaque way, and you notice this the more times you view it.

Inside Out is emotionally powerful but in a very earnest way. Toy Story 2 I guess you could say was a bit overboard but I personally didn't mind it.

Also keep in mind that after the first two Toy Story movies, the plot to Toy Story 3 felt very familiar which is also why I placed it below those two.
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>>77654915

I wouldn't think wolves would have fur in their heads, that's a parasite city given they'll have it "dunged" into some dead animals all the time.
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>>77661627
the theme was too heavy and mature for general audiences, but i think it was fantastic
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>>77660876
Age of Reptiles:Tribal Warfare. It is.
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>>77661580
Perfect except that Cars was meh.

And Ratatouille is underrated imo. Nobody talks about it. I'd say it'd be good.

But still, solid chart.
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>>77662360
why is this post cute
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>>77662435
It's a /co/ thing. /co/ almost always rates Ratatouille head and shoulders above anything else Pixar has made. Partly because it's good and partly because it's underrated by the general populous so it's relatively untouched by filthy casual fingerprints.
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>>77662435
Ratatouille flunks because it doesn't follow on its core message "Anyone can cook." Except the main human character who never learns anything about cooking and who just acts as the hands of the self centered asshole rat.
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>>77662531
I guess so. I've personally never seen that anywhere, but I can see where you're coming from.
>>77662570
I thought that the core message was to play to your strengths, detractors be damned. You don't have to follow anyone's expectations. "Anyone can cook" is more a version of "Anyone can _________", because the protagonist wants to be a cook.
For example, Linguini shouldn't have to live up to his father's legacy if he's not a good cook, and Remy shouldn't have anyone holding him back from continuing that legacy using his talents.

I haven't seen every Pixar movie, so tell me if this statement is accurate:

The more merchandise a Pixar movie has, the less likely it's going to be good.
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>>77650226
>Egoraptor
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>>77662570
>self centered asshole rat

Truth. Remy wasn't a likable character at all.
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>>77662435
I say ratatouille is overrated because I didn't like Remy, I thought he was pretty self centered.

It's ironic though because I loved The Walk even though Philippe Petit was portrayed in the exact same way (if not worse) and, like Remy, had a big dream he wanted to achieve.

I think it's understandable to be that arrogant when the goal you want to achieve is so impossibly huge. Maybe I was wrong about Remy.
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>>77659401
I saw the movie and loved it. I think I watched it on DVD like 10 times, which was a lot for me.
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>>77662630
>I thought that the core message was to play to your strengths, detractors be damned.
I really don't get why this is hard to figure out since they spell it out for you. The meaning behind "Anyone can cook" wasn't anyone can do anything, but that the POTENTIAL for greatness can come from anywhere, no matter how humble or unlikely.

Like if instead of a rat Remy were just poor as shit, it'd still hold true.
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>>77659078
These are at every garage sale ever.
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>>77662723
Me too. I fucking loved it as a child, hell I'd probably watch it again as an adult now and get a boner for fucknormous dinoass
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>>77659206
It did actually make money, but the Walking with Dinosaurs miniseries pretty much overshadowed it critically by coming out a few months before hand so by the time Dinosaur's video release came around, people had forgotten it.
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>>77662710
>>77662713

To be fair most (but not all) Pixar protagonists tend to be self-centered, entitled assholes before the movie starts, or at least selfish to some degree. A few good examples are:
>retired superhero trying to relive the glory days when doing so is dangerous and irresponsible for his family
>coward who tricks a group of literal clowns into doing his dirty work
>favorite toy insanely jealous of a newcomer
>racer who holds no qualms about throwing others under the bus for the sake of ambition
>old guy who obsesses over his dead wife and their possessions
>and yes, a rat who uses an ordinary guy as a pawn to achieve his dream
The course of the movie usually consists of these characters being taken down a peg or proven wrong and growing from the experience, which the audience can then take to heart. Which is a pretty great thing when your primary viewers are kids.

>>77662754
Regardless, "anyone can cook" is meant to serve as a metaphor for a bigger idea, which >>77662570 ignored.

>>77661199
Hand puppets.
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I'm still waiting for 4chan to notice this movie has a dirty, semi-naked, feral little boy in it. The fanart will be the stuff of legend.
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>>77661550
>Western era
So modern day Texas?
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>>77662970
The fuck you say, son?
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>>77661323

Dyke Feathers are actually a really common way for people to put feathers on dinosaurs but still try to be cool for liking dinosaurs because 'big monstrous birds' aren't cool enough for the plebs.
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>>77663103
I remember when dinosaurs were all the rage as a kid. Now kids just don't care about dinosaurs. Sad times.
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>>77655408
>Movie with cavemen
>Kino
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>>77662970
Wyoming actually.
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No, the character design is so gooby that I hate it

Being Pixar, though, there's a good chance it'll actually be awesome

I'll check out a few reviews first
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So which character will almost die in a sad scene where it's raining. The kid or the good dinosaur.

They are going to have that scene where everyone almost cries.
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>>77663238

you mistook this movie for the Last Guardian game.
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>>77661580
Switch Toy Story 2 and 3, move Inside Out down with Brave.
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>>77662901
>coward who tricks a group of literal clowns into doing his dirty work

now to be fair, he had no idea they were circus performers until near the end, but they agreed to stay with him to help as best they can.
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>>77651387
Holy shit end yourself
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>>77657313
Hello. I do not like your reaction image.
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>>77657313
>actually caring about time on 4chan
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>>77663238
The Daddy Dinosaur dies in a flash flood early in the movie.
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>>77663711
It's a Disney movie, at this point we'd be surprised if both parents survived.
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>>77663711
>daddy dino is actually not ded
>daddy dino thinks the tyrannosaurs want to eat little dino
>misunderstanding time
>hueg battle between herbidinos and pacifist meatdinos
>soon little dino explains the virtues of coexistence and community
>daddy dino and leadermeatdino r sad nao
>apoligizings happen
>everyone is happy
>raptors are shown to be misunderstood peepls too and they join happy fun land dino community
>happy time dancing end
>credits
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Why did they not let critics review this before release?
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>>77658971
Oh God, it looks like 1960s Looney Tunes, after evolving to look more "modern." Fucking KILL ME
>>
>>77663762
>why did they not let people-that-criticize-movies-for-a-living see it before everyone else
It's a mystery
>>
>>77663758
>>happy time dancing end

This isn't Dreamworks, anon.
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>>77663793
Wait, was Toy Story 3 a Dreamworks movie?
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>>77663762
It's so good their brains would have exploded
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>>77650073
is this some creationist probaganda movie?
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>>77663711
Land Before Time ripoff?
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>>77658898
>>77659078
Me too! I forgot all about these.
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>>77661286
But that movie sucked, anon.
>>
does it suck?
>>
Looks like it'll be a rip off of the original Ice Age
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>>77650073
Every Film Critic in country.
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>>77663798
>Toy Story 3
>Happy dancing end
What the fuck are talking about?
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>>77664330
When they dance flamenco
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>>77650117
Inside Out was a Pixar film literally about feels. Why you wouldn't expect it to kick you right in the sweet spots is beyond me.
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>>77664529
I'm a huge petrolhead who got burned by Pixar once. I wasn't going to let them do it again.
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>>77661580
My nig--
>Overrated: Ratatouille
What does that even mean. Also Cars 1 is ok if you ignore all the toy shilling. It's got a good message and shit.
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>>77661627
The entire "Why do I need to pretend?" "But you don't, Remy. You never did." scene is perhaps one of the best scenes in any Pixar film to date. It's just so fucking great.

Ratatouille is such a sweet, warm and comfy film.
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>>77664572
The "literally about feels" is an important part. I can understand why you would have been fooled by a gimmick like Cars though if you had an above average interest in automobiles.
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>>77664791
I get that, but the "literally about feels" subject matter doesn't automatically guarantee my enjoyment of it, nor does it guarantee the movie will be good.
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>>77664934
Nah, no guarantees. But it is good. And I thought the concept was tired and overused before watching, but they still did it very well.
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>>77661580
Reminder that the Incredibles is the greatest cape movie ever made.

Superman, The Dark Knight and Spider-Man 2 are all great but they still don't match this.
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>>77661056
>lot of emotional power to it.
So you're saying people will defend this movie because "muh feelz"?
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>>77661580
The first Cars movie wasn't even that bad. It's just that the shitty Cars 2 clouds everyone's judgement.

Seriously just try to forget Cars 2 exists, then rewatch the original Cars. It's a solid 'meh,' at the very least.
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>>77665464
No it's not that exactly. There are no scenes akin to Andy leaving in Toy Story 3 or Ellie dying in Up if that is what's meant by "muh feelz" in this context. The emotional power is lent mostly through the visually arresting scenery and how it ties in with the character development. It isn't just the "sad" scenes that stand out. If anything the most memorable scenes are the moments of triumph and joy as well as the fear that the power of nature induces.
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>>77665834

Don't give us your 'review'. Spoil the whole movie senpai
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>>77665901
Oh what do I know? Give it a watch and judge for yourself
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>>77665921
Finally an anon that fucking gets it
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>>77661580
I never understand why people like The Incredibles so much before Brave it was my less favorite one
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>>77650226
>>77650751
>>77650864
>>77650953
>>77652359
>>77653650
>>77654080
What I really want to know is what dinosaur genitalia looked like. For example, what did it look like when t-rexes fucked?
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>>77667471
probably somewhere between a crocodile penis and an ostrich penis. plenty of room for unpreservable variation, though. having a really long dick could be part of the answer to how stegosaurs fucked.
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I don't know, I might see it. It has the guy from Roadhouse who isn't Patrick Swazye, he's pretty good.
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>>77667555
There are people in Roadhouse who aren't Patrick Swayze?
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