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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 4:53 am
by Nexas
Oh I AGREE with you on that TS2, with Invader Zim. THAT was a unique and strange show that made you laugh. I actually found the set of all the episodes for a few bucks.
The only reason they took it off was because of creative differences with the creator. *shakes head* And what do they do? They take it off and stop further episodes (which HAD been slated, go check Wiki I think). And what do they do years later? Bring it back for brief appearences as if to tease fans *shakes head*

PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:04 am
by TS2
yes. yes. yes. it inspired my new signature.

but as awesome and tragic as ZIM was, let's get back to the Brave discussion.

I wonder -- is there a thred for ZIM? Someone tell me and if there's not, I'll create one.

The ZIM thread has been created!

EDIT- Please don't double post within 24 hours, thanks!

-lizardgirl

PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2010 11:49 pm
by TAMATER
MI2's main competion will be DreamWorks Animation's The Guardians of Childhood which will be released 14 days prior to MI2. One of the two films are likely to reschedule though.

Although I like The Bear and the Bow better than Brave it must be fo the better. I was pretty excited for two Pixar films to be released in 2011, if they needed more time to make the movie, that's fine with me. Quality over Quantity. :)

PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2010 5:00 am
by ellie-jessie-eve
I am so excited to see what the plots are for both of these movies! I'm super curious about Monsters Inc 2...I have NO idea what it will be about! It's going to be super exciting.I trust Pixar when it comes to sequals, they say they do sequals if there's an actual story, not just for the sake of making a sequal. Going to be exciting!

PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2010 4:33 pm
by DPA113
Not gonna lie, when I heard about Monsters Inc 2, I cried. I am OVERJOYED that they're going to continue with the MI gang. I don't think I have a (favorite) Pixar movie, but if I had to choose, Monsters Inc would probably take 1st place.

I am SO excited...it's going to be a long 2 years, cause so far, for the past few days, its ALL i can think about!!! :D :D :D :D

I was a bit surprised at the sequels (Cars 2, and MI 2) but in a good way. Disney has taken sequels and absolutely destroyed [most] of them. Pixar, on the other hand, makes sequels because they actually have a good story in mind, and I trust them 100% with MI 2.

I. CANT WAIT

PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2010 4:56 pm
by love70ways
I just wanted to say that I really like a lot of the ideas being tossed around hear about MI2. It is going to be a fantastic movie!

I also agree with ncuday; I have a feeling Newt is just waiting for more inspiration and will go the way of Ratatouille. This does seem like a tough story line to make a really great full length film out of, so it won't surprise me to find out one day that Pixar just wanted to take some more time to make it perfect.

PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:02 pm
by woody
I cannot wait for Brave! :D I was thinking, and I think that this is the first Pixar film that actually takes place in the past except for maybe Ratatouille.. plus- I've always loved the classic Disney princess and movies and Pixar is my favorite studio! :) It's like I get the best of both worlds!!

PostPosted: Fri May 14, 2010 5:08 pm
by FigmentJedi
I know I'm referring to something several pages back, but Illusion of Life, I really liked the Toy Story crossover issue. I'm one of those people who loves those crazy theories that the bulk of the Pixar movies are all one universe and it's nice to see someone picking up on the idea.

PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 1:34 pm
by lennonluvr9
Well, that makes 3 movies that I'll need to see that year. 2 of them being sequels. I assume, at least for the Pixar ones, one will be summer and one will be holiday release.

PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 12:58 am
by queen_of_painting
woody wrote:I cannot wait for Brave! :D I was thinking, and I think that this is the first Pixar film that actually takes place in the past except for maybe Ratatouille.. plus- I've always loved the classic Disney princess and movies and Pixar is my favorite studio! :) It's like I get the best of both worlds!!

Woody, you just blew my mind. It's not exactly something I haven't considered before, but I definitely never went as in-depth as I did just now. What time period IS Ratatouille set in? You could argue that Anton Ego uses a typewriter, but then you could also argue that it suits his character. Some of the vehicles in the film (just based off memory; I have to watch the film again) are rather vintage-looking, but perhaps that's just the style in Paris? And then the television sets in the elderly lady and Linguini's residences are old, but that could totally make sense in their case. Linguini's poor and the elderly lady is, well, elderly! The program being shown on Linguini's TV, an old movie I believe, was implied to be shown late at night. That's not unusual, really. My head hurts. I must watch this film again and take notes.

PostPosted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:38 am
by lizardgirl
woody- The Incredibles takes place in the past as well, doesn't it? And Monsters, Inc. emits a very jazzy '40s feel, despite technically being set in the present. I know what you mean though, it's nice that Pixar are doing something in a much earlier time period.

PostPosted: Tue Jun 22, 2010 3:35 pm
by IncredigirlVirginia
The Incredibles was set in present time, with an air of 60's spy-esque nostalgia and references. Violet has a portable CD player; I don't think they even had stationary CD players back then. Besides, back then, almost no one had a TV like The Incredibles did, so I'm convinced that it's not historicized, just timeless.

MI2

PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 12:59 am
by Romazo
I wouldn't have cared for an MI2, but now that it's coming out I want to see it because It's pixar, and my least favorite of there's is still one of the best animated features I've ever seen.

PostPosted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 8:26 pm
by pixarfan9099
MI2 has been moved up two weeks to 11/2/2012 to stave off competition from the final Twilight film.

PostPosted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:03 pm
by K9Girl
pixarfan9099 wrote:MI2 has been moved up two weeks to 11/2/2012 to stave off competition from the final Twilight film.

YAY! A shorter wait! Still pretty long, but at least it's still shorter! :D