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The Incredibles vs Incredibles 2

“Saying that animated movies are for children is just as ludicrous as saying that movies in general are for children. This statement isn’t wrong exactly – there are movies, and animated movies, made with children in mind – but it’s failing to take into account the impressive variety of films that have been created through animation.”

“Many people think we need more R rated animated films in the vein of Anomalisa and Sausage Party. What we need is more respect for this medium and the artists who work tirelessly to bring these stories to life.”

The Kids Only Table, Upcoming Pixar

“I really enjoyed the fact the sequel explored more of the Parrs’ family dynamics. It was great being able to see the family interact more, how they worked together at home and out in the field, how they showed their love for each other in unique ways, and even how they managed to get around their conflicts when they butted heads.”

Incredibles 2 Film Review: Supers Are Definitely Back in the Spotlight

“Note that Imelda didn’t just find work; she actually started her own business. She also never remarried. In just a few minutes, her strength, resiliency, and independence are firmly established.“

The Matriarchs of Coco and Why They Matter, Upcoming Pixar

“I wanted every chord, I wanted every subtle bit of playing to feel accurate. So when you see Miguel playing guitar, you know the frets that he’s holding, the strings that he’s plucking. All of that was researched. When you see it, it allows you to get lost in what it feels like to play a song.”

“Music of Coco” featurette

“I really appreciated how Merida didn’t always need to be pretty or dainty or wear fancy dresses and spend her time curtsying to all the men; she wanted to roll around in the mud, dance in the rain, ride on horseback, climb mountains, and shoot arrows. I loved that adventurous side of her and I loved that she didn’t let anyone tame her.“

– Why These Female Pixar Characters Mean So Much To Me, Upcoming Pixar

This movie – you want it to all be rooted in actual places and actual people. So it was really important to us to see kind of the breath of Mexico and how many different cultures and traditions there are.

Lee Unkrich, director of Coco

“Crafting Coco” Featurette

For the creation of Brave, Pixar teams visited Scotland, sketched castles, and went walking in the highlands. They studied the scenery and foliage and experienced our weather and culture first-hand. The end result? Out of all the American movies I have seen, Brave did the absolute best job at capturing Scotland and its scenery, lighting, colours, people, and accents.

– Brave’s 5th Anniversary and What It Means to a Scottish Person, Upcoming Pixar

“It doesn’t matter where you come from, or what experiences you don’t have; what’s important is that you have equal potential and you’ll end up where you’re supposed to be in the end.” 

– How Ratatouille Inspired Me to Fulfil My Dreams, Upcoming Pixar