Will anyone else beat us?
Nov. 28th 2023
- March 4, 2021
Does this mean I win?
April 12th, 10:05
August 2! ( 1 if you're west of the Prime Meridian)
I have returned.
Winner, winner, chicken dinner
also jan 26 2022
- April 5 2022
-June 30 2022
(oh and also....)
July 8, 2022
nope its me sorry
Beaten by a level 15 :)
(lets revive this thread)
why has no one been on for so long?
November 4, 2022
BEAT YOU ALL!
how long can we keep this up hmm..?
25 November 2022
@Vivesco forever. we'll keep it up until the end of time or this site, whichever comes last
hello future people
(For a couple of days anyway.)
April 8, 2022
No one will ever beat time
May 23, 2023
just realised that the line technically ended with me so i'd better continue it properly before it goes wrong
June 30 2023
26th July 2023
No-one comes here anymore....
Wonder if I can keep the record until the New Year?
Come on McKenzieFam we can keep this going!
But yes let's keep this thread going @Britannia
Pretty sure covid was when the thread was most popular
(oh and also)
any way november 23 beat ya all!
I'M BLAND AND YOU ARE ALL BLAND
I'd personally say my top 5 in order would be Coco, Up, Finding Nemo, Brave, and A Bug's Life.
Haven't seen Coco yet but it's getting good reviews.
That has nothing to do with what adult people think of the movies of course, but if I go by all the kids I know. They cant shut up about those two, and ring the doorbell to show their new cars socks etc. No equivalent. (I guess the subject has a lot to do with it, cars is appealing to boys and princesses to girls. And yes, each gender can like what they want, I never liked anything girly myself, just stating what I see around me)
Inside Out was pretty good too. I've heard positive reviews of Soul, though I haven't watched it yet. I think the issue might be more that Pixar has recently been doing a lot of sequels, and that as a rule sequels are never as good as the original (although, as I stated earlier, Toy Story 2 might be an exception to that rule).
there is no the at the start
Sequels are pretty save bets. I don't even want to know, how many great ideas are not getting greenlit due to cowardice of the executives.
I don't think Pixar is declining, although Toy Story and Monsters Inc are probably the best films and those were among the earliest. There are a lot of sequels, too. Finding Dory was meh and Cars got 2 sequels when it wasn't that great to begin with. I actually really liked Monsters University, though.
1. Incredibles 2
4. Monsters Inc.
5. Finding Nemo
Another of my absolute FAVOURITES is Soul. It was beautiful, and it was gut wrenchingly amazing. I will never forget the emotions watching that, and it was so beautifully done. It deserved it's Oscar and the rest of its rewards.
But Toy Story deserved more, and is a true classic.
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