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    Oh Tink *shakes head*














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    I know, huh? You'd think it would have been my favorite of all time!






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    With the subject matter too! I hadn't thought of it from the child perspective. I went with work colleagues who all
    Love working with older adults and we balled all the way through














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    Outside of Toy Story 3, I have been disappointed in the Pixar films after WALL-E. I think they've lost some of their mojo. I have NOT seen Monsters University yet though.










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    For me Pixar are Disney and they have been hiding behind the name of Pixar for a while.

    I wish they'd go back to doing original stuff instead of going for the cash cow all the time.

    I'm not a huge fan of up, however I don't think it's a bad film. It just didn't call out to me.

    I agree about Lilo and Stitch although, the older I get the more I appreciate the film.

    I was spoiled as a kid, I was 3 when little mermade came out and I had the likes of Lion King, Aladin and alike to grow up with. It's difficult to live up to those kind of films.


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    Lion King is legendary I think, Daniel watched it at least once a day, he loved it. He's taking his girlfriend to see the live show ...it's the circle of life :wink:














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    UP spoke to me. Love it.

    Cannot stand Wall-E. we didn't even finish watching it.

    Lion King is a phenomenal movie. We went to see it in the theater when Alysia was 3.












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    Lion King has the 'B' team working on it.

    Most of the first choice animators we working on pocahontas at the time.

    Just shows how much an achievement Lion King was.


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    You know? I've never seen Pocahontas.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 316258
    You know? I've never seen Pocahontas.
    Nope, nor me!


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