Pixar Animation Studios review: Introduction

Well, this has been a long time coming. Back in late 2013, and going into 2014, it was intended that I would cover Pixar after Walt Disney Animation Studios, but I wanted to savor it, and to rip apart DisneyToons, which was decided in mid 2014. I also forgot to address my 3rd year anniversary of having the blog. It is a huge accomplishment, that I could not have done without you all. I have met so many amazing people, gotten so much done, and have expanded my knowledge on how animation, and the movie business operates. Now back to the topic at hand.

Just like Walt Disney Animation Studios innovating traditionally animated films in the 1930s, Pixar Animation Studios completely invented and innovated CGI to the point where it is ONLY consisted in animated films in the 1990s. Not only have they captured the attention of the audience with their new animation, but good quality films for over 20 years (with a few bumps on the travel). Here are the films that will be covered:

This will take 4-5 months to do, which is why I waited until August/September to start this. I am hoping to end this by the end of the year, but if it goes into January, it is what it is, since I have to do many of the 2016 animated films by the end of the year for sure. There really is not much to discuss. It has been a long time coming, and….. it is sad that I will not be able to rip apart as many films as beforehand, but I got my fill with DisneyToons, so….. yeah.

The review for Toy Story will be posted next Sunday for sure.
The review for Toy Story will be posted next Sunday for sure.

5 thoughts on “Pixar Animation Studios review: Introduction

  1. I’m sure this will be much more enjoyable for you than the Disneytoon films, lol! It seems that the Nostalgia Critic is planning to review all those direct-to-video Disney sequels for his upcoming Disneycember.

    Happy 3rd blogoversary, btw!

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