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Toy Story 3 (2010)

“When the kids get old, new ones come in. When they get old, new ones replace them. You’ll never be outgrown, or neglected. Never abandoned or forgotten. No owners means no heartbreak!” I wonder how they’re going to pull off Toy … Continue reading

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Toy Story 2 (1999)

“You never forget kids like Emily, or Andy, but they forget you.” Toy Story 2 was the first Pixar movie I remember seeing as a kid. I had the video game and the toy Buzz Lightyear. It’s always been a testament … Continue reading

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Dumbo (1941)

” Did you ever see an elephant fly?” Nobody talks about Dumbo much these days. I remember seeing this movie as a kid, but I probably haven’t thought about it for years until I spotted it on my list with a … Continue reading

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

“Lips red as the rose. Hair black as ebony. Skin white as snow.” I can’t say I’m eager to write about Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, probably no more eager than I was to watch it again after 15 years or … Continue reading

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Fantastic Planet (1973)

“These savage Oms, they’re dirty. They reproduce at an alarming rate.” I was fortunate enough to catch a midnight screening of Fantastic Planet at my university, preceded by several other short films from director René Laloux. After said experience, I’d definitely recommend … Continue reading

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Toy Story (1995)

“To infinity, and beyond!” The first two Toy Story films were some of my most beloved viewings as a child. It’s a childhood fantasy that resonates with you at a young age, seeing your box of toys come to life and have … Continue reading

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Grave of the Fireflies (1988)

“Why must fireflies die so young?” Well, Isao Takahata is one twisted dude. I decided to go to a thesaurus and find some strong words to use for talking about the movie. Here are some: disconsolate, agonizing, desolate, melancholic, lugubrious… One … Continue reading

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