Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by shanegotu11, Jun 11, 2018.
Fantastic film and relatable to many.
Excellent, in every way.
Beautiful to watch, good comedy, good positive family friendly themes, good story with twists.
I bought it as soon as the dvd was released.
It seemed to do a good job of explaining the Day of the Dead, and most importantly the meaning behind it which I found very touching and meaningful. It inspired my wife and I to put up pics and talk with our kids about their deceased family members.
so what happened before pictures were ever made? mexican ancestors died and never lived since they were forgotten?
Solid Pixar film. Not a top 5, but a top 10.
Toy Story 3
I thought it was great. The part with the grandma at the very end got me right in the feels.
After watching the first 20 minutes of "up" and crying like a baby, I swore I'd never watch another Pixar movie.
Along with Blade Runner 2049 it was the best film I saw in 2017 and neither was nominated for best picture.
Amazingly resonant movie. Right in the feels with multiple scenes. Probably one of the best reflections on family I’ve seen on film- either animated or not.
Great movie. Animated or otherwise.
That "Remember me" lullaby version to his daughter though
Its on netflix for anyone who wants to watch it.
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I have downloaded this and am looking forward to watch it. I like animated movies on the occasion, I may even buy it in 4k and add it to my short list of bought animated films.
Let us know what u think
It popped up on my Netflix today, but I don’t know if I want to break my streak of never watching a Disney cartoon.
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