Toon Zone Talkback - "Pixar Short Films Collection" Vol. 1: Fun, But Worth the Price?
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Does Pixar even have enough short films for a second volume? Or will that second volume come out in 2011?
Spubman: Defender of the Way of the Spub's Thingy of the Time Being:
Anime: Miso Soup for the Soul
Got this for Christmas and just sat down to watch it today.
It was interesting to see the medium evolve through the shorts. The featurette was extremely informative and equally as enjoyable. Cool to see how far Pixar's come. Also, the easter egg of the Luxo, Jr. rough wire frame and the 4 Sesame Street shorts were fun.
Anybody else catch the screwed up legal information in the credits for Red's Dream and Tin Toy? It's in text smaller than everything else, and it's the second to last block of text in the credits.
Here's the one from Tin Toy:
Any resemblance to actual toys or children is unintentional. To open, press down while turning cap. Pixar and RenderMan are registered trademarks of Pixar. Seatbelts save lives. No portion of this movie, including its sound track, may be reproduced in any manner or we won't be your friend anymore. This bag is not a toy. Keep out of reach of children.
Originally Posted by limel
LOL. Wish I payed more attention to that.
Most of the shorts (at least up to "Geri's Game") had some little bit of amusing fluff in the credits. For "Knick Knack," it's actually Bobby McFerrin's "Blah blah blah" singing. When he recorded the music for the short, it wasn't quite finished yet, so they had placeholder credits for him that just said "blah blah blah." McFerrin saw them and just started singing them.
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