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Old November 23 2012, 10:18 PM   #59
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Re: Pixar Merger with Disney Has Hurt Quality

Bob The Skutter wrote: View Post
Was what I was going off. Brave was a fun, non-traditional take on the traditional Princess needs a Prince story, the animation was beautiful and the story, moral and intent of the story were everything it should have been for a film like this.

It just seems to be another case of people being given what they asked for then not liking the fact it wasn't exactly what the would have done. People have asked for a Pixar film with female leads and their take on the traditional Disney Princess story and that's what they did.
The first part of that post was this:
Me wrote:
Brave, which I finally saw the other day, was good. It had a nice feel to it, but yeah, I wouldn't say I was head over heels with it like I was many of Pixar's other ventures.
Which, when compared to Cars 2:

Me wrote:
For me, Cars 2 was a big sign, for me, that something was wrong. I mean, I used to believe Pixar on a bad day was better than anyone else on a great day, but after that movie, I don't believe that anymore.
Shows that I consider Brave to be superior to Cars 2.

Gaith wrote: View Post
J. Allen wrote: View Post
Strongly disliked Cars 2 (much to my huge surprise), even though I loved the first one. The movie just felt wrong. It's hard for me to explain.
Not for me (though I haven't seen Cars 2): no one has arms! An entirely planet full of creatures without arms, hands, fingers, thumbs, or wrists! Or legs, for that matter! Doesn't that freak anyone else out?
All you can really do is figure it as something you have to accept as a part of the universe.

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