Discussion in 'Disney/Pixar Forum' started by Anyone00, Jul 28, 2008.
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I guess this movie is "Up".
Nice ballon effect,but a guy flying around with a bunch of balloons has been done before if you've watched the news in the last month.I look forward to Bolt more at the moment.
The movie does sound pretty interesting. I really did like the effects of the balloons and I was surprised to see it was carrying a whole house. I was suspecting a person holding the ends of the strings. I'll see if I can see it next spring.
I am looking forward to it. Pixar has been doing great lately and this looks like a lot of fun.
Disney's main animation house on the other hand...
I think I will see it.
I don't want to seem like a liar or someone who makes things up but I think I've seen that video before or some screenshots or something. I know I didn't dream it. Oh well, like Lavenderpaw said, I'm also looking forward to Bolt more at this moment.
I'll see this one! Ever since I was a kid, I always thought the concept of a flying house was cool, and I'll be interested to see what Docter does with this story.
I'm not looking forward to it too much, I'm still on a Wall•E kick.:sweat:
Not like the movie is coming out next week or anything. You have a long time to continue loving WALL-E before Up gets released.
This movie looks good. Can't wait.
Looks like fun
These Pixar movies keep getting more and more bizarre. One day they will make a movie, that will be so ahead of time, that everyone will hate it.
None of the links work except for the one directly to the Up website, which still displays the old teaser.
Eh, they work fine for me.
Me too. The movie looks pretty great.
It works for me too. It seems like it could be pretty fun.
I like the montage at the beginning. This will be Pixar's 10th animated film.
Something to think about: Ratatouille, Wall-E, and Up were the only projects to start production back when Pixar thought they were going to be separate from Disney. Perhaps that explains why the former two were the most experimental things they've done since the original Toy Story and why the latter looks to continue that trend. Hopefully this doesn't mean that their films after that are going to feel neutered in comparison.
I hope so too. Although Ratatouille didn't seem very experimental. WALL-E, however, did.
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