Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Must-Watch Best Pixar Movies List 2015-2016

Pixar has done it again. The legendary animation studio has delivered another heartfelt and endearing movie that both kids and parents will love. I should warn you though, bring tissues and lots of them, because ‘The Good Dinosaur’ taps into your heart and soul!

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Part I: Must-watch Best Pixar Movies List in 2015-2016

What are the best Pixar animated movies in 2015-2016? According to the release date, they are Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur and Finding Dory. 

Top 1 - Inside Out (2015)

Release Date: June 19, 2015 (USA)
Distribution Company: Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Distribution Company: Walt Disney Pictures
Genre: Animation, Comedy
Director: Pete Docter, Ronnie del Carmen
Running Time: 88 minutes
Starring: Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black and Mindy Kaling
Plot: Have you ever looked at someone and wanted to know what's going on in her/his mind? This Pixar new animated movie ventures inside the mind to find out. The story is about a once-happy 11-year-old girl Riley Anderson who moved house to a completely new unwelcome city with her father, struggling to adjust to the new environment. That's when Riley were taken over by her emotions, Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger, Disgust, five personified emotions live in Headquarters, the control center of Riley's mind, where they dispute, cooperate, and misunderstand with one another in an attempt to guide her through everyday life and the difficult transition. 

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Top 2- The Good Dinosaur (2015)

Release Date: November 25, 2015 (USA)
Production Company: Pixar Animation Studios
Distribution Company: Walt Disney Pictures
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
Director: Andrew Stanton
Starring: Lucas Neff, John Lithgow, Frances McDormand, Neil Patrick Harris, Judy Greer, Bill Hader
Plot: What if dinosaurs have never become extinct? This amazing Pixar animated film follows a young Apatosaurus named Arlo, after his father died in a tragic accident, he falls in a river and ends up far away from home. On his journey to get back home, he meets and befriends a human boy named Spot. The two of them then are travelling though tough and mysterious landscape. Arlo also learns how to confront his fears and finds out what he is really capable of. 

Part II: 16 Pixar Movies Ranked From Best to Worst

TheWrap’s film critic Alonso Duralde rates all the animation studio’s features, placing this week’s “The Good Dinosaur” in the top half. Ranking Pixar movies is like picking your favorite Beatles song or Godiva chocolate flavor. One person prefers “Help!” to “A Day in the Life,” or a dark chocolate truffle to a raspberry nougat, and who’s to say who’s right?

With the studio’s 16th feature, “The Good Dinosaur,” opening in theaters this week, TheWrap’s film critic Alonso Duralde stacks Pixar’s offerings from favorite to least.

1. Toy Story 3 (2010) Andy goes off to college and must leave childhood, and its playthings, behind. An exciting and funny meditation on death and growing up and I’m going to need a handkerchief now.

2. The Incredibles (2004) Probably the greatest superhero movie ever made that’s not based on pre-existing characters from another medium, and better than almost every other superhero movie, period. brad bird‘s attention to character detail and freedom with gravity would serve him well later as the director of the live-action film “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.”

3. Toy Story 2 (1999) Wherein we learn that toys need to be taken out of their mint packaging and loved if they’re to be truly happy. And that a Sarah McLachlan song about a doll who misses being cared for by her owner can reduce grown men to sobbing.

4. Finding Nemo (2003) Albert brooks and Ellen DeGeneres have the precision timing of a vaudeville comedy duo as two tiny fish who brave the big, wide ocean to rescue a missing youngster. This parable about the push and pull of parent-child dependency offers some of Pixar’s finest blending of adventure and comedy.

5. Toy Story (1995) The one that started it all and kick-started a whole new way of making cartoons. Its characters became instant icons while its gleaming surfaces changed animation more than any other single movie since “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”

6. Inside Out (2015) An 11-year-old girl’s brain becomes the backdrop for another hair-raising adventure, as her emotions fight to find balance during a rough patch in her life. No shortage of jokes and excitement, and early screenings have seen crusty film critics openly weeping in their seats.

7. The Good Dinosaur (2015) Even though this tale of evolved, agrarian dinosaurs unpacks the ever-popular dead-parent plot twist in the first act, it offers up both laughs and tears. Frightened, awkward dino Arlo (Raymond Ochoa) travels home through a savage landscape with the helpful accompaniment of a feral boy named Spot (Jack bright), who generally behaves like a dog, in a movie where the stakes are slighter but the character bonds are nonetheless rich.

8. Brave (2012) Despite a rough production, this saga offers us Merida, one of U.S. animation’s most self-assured characters, who refuses to be married off by her father as though she were your run-of-the-mill princess. Merida’s skill with a bow and arrow made archery look even more appealing than Jennifer Lawrence does in the “Hunger Games” movies.

9. WALL-E (2008) The first half or so of this ecological fable – a silent comedy about the titular robot tidying up an abandoned earth and longing for love – is Pixar’s greatest achievement. Unfortunately, it gets dragged down by a lot of loud chasing in the second half.

10. Ratatouille (2007) Follow your bliss, says this entry, even if you’re a sewer rat who wants to be a gourmet chef. It’s lovely, and its ending will be forever cited by critics of every medium, but some screenwriting contrivances make it good-but-not-great Pixar.

11. Up (2009) Like “WALL-E,” this movie opens with a chunk of filmmaking perfection as we get to know the life, and losses, of our elderly hero. but while there’s nowhere for his balloon-festooned house to go but up, there’s nowhere for the movie to go but down after such an auspicious beginning.

12. Monsters University (2013) This colorful prequel, featuring Mike (voiced by billy Crystal) and Sully (John Goodman) as college freshmen, plays like a G-rated “Revenge of the Nerds,” and that’s mostly a good thing. Is this the first kids’ movie to suggest that higher education isn’t necessarily for everyone?

13. Monsters, Inc. (2001) The things that go bump in the night are just doing their jobs, collecting the screams of boys and girls to power their monstrous alternate dimension. Leave it to Pixar to turn childhood terror into something fuzzy and huggable while also sneaking in a metaphor about over-reliance on fossil fuels.

14. A bug’s Life (1998) back in 1998, the second Pixar feature was racing to the big screen against the thematically similar “Antz.” Neither has achieved iconic status, notwithstanding the “bug’s”-themed kiddie area of Disneyland. The film does provide memorable voice roles for “The Ref” co-stars Denis Leary (as a manly-man ladybug) and Kevin Spacey (scaring the little ones as an ant-exploiting grasshopper).

15. Cars (2006) Never underestimate little boys and their love for automobiles. This brightly colored but dramatically flat tale is most enjoyed by a) male moviegoers who b) saw it before they turned 10 and c) have no idea that it tells virtually the same story as the Michael J. Fox comedy “Doc Hollywood.”

16. Cars 2 (2011) “They should let people see the movie for free,” one pundit opined, “since Disney will make all their money back on the bedsheets.” Some of Pixar’s best movies are sequels, but this follow-up to an already inferior studio entry seemed like nothing but a craven bid for more merchandising money. The results were good for shareholders but middling for moviegoers. 


Part III: Tips for Best Blu-ray Ripper to Backup Pixar Blu-ray Movies, both PC and Mac

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