BY Alexa Salvato
on Jun 22, 2015
I was as stoked about the new Disney/Pixar film Inside Out coming out on Friday, June 19 as any 6-year-old in America. A movie, starring Amy Poehler, about feelings going on inside a preteen girl’s head? What could be better?
When I saw the movie with a few high school friends on Friday night (at 9:30, past the little-kid rush) I wasn’t disappointed. Read More
Ever wonder what someone is really thinking? Well, Disney Pixar's new film "Inside Out" gives audiences a chance to find out.
The adorable two minute trailer follows a preteen's reaction to the awful, eye-rolling question, "How was school?" The film adheres to parental stereotypes such as the rational mother whose inner thoughts reveal her regret for passing up on a Brazilian pilot, while her absentminded, sports oriented husband remains inattentive.
The movie looks hilarious and includes comedic queens, Amy Poehler and Mindy Kaling as voices for the characters Joy and Disgust. Read More
BY Mary Rockcastle
on Apr 17, 2014
I’m an illustration student – which is basically just an excuse to go see animated movies as an adult without children and not look creepy. So yes, that’s why I as a 21- year-old woman have intense opinions on todays animated features – especially when it comes to gender and race representation. Animated movies are feeding the creative parts of our children’s brains and it’s important to be critical of children’s media to make sure every child sees themselves represented. Read More
BY Amy Carlberg
on Mar 23, 2014
In the opening to the 2009 film that had everybody bawling, UP, a widower is left to care for his little house in the midst of a world that wants it bulldozed.
We all know that in reality, it's the ladies who are the true survivors. Edith Macefield watched boutiques and condos swiftly invade her neighborhood of Ballard in Seattle, WA. However, when a monstrous mall planned to start construction right on top of her own home, the 84-year-old put her foot down.
Above: Edith in younger, jazzier days. Read More
BY Brittany Allen
on Feb 27, 2014
A certain part of the internet has been all a flutter this week for a pet theory about...wait for it...Pixar's beloved Toy Story movies. Looks like this frigid February has finally begun to drive every sane adult den-ward. Note: none of the following will make sense unless you've seen (and enjoyed) most of the Toy Story canon.
Image courtesy of Bindocelebrity. Read More
BY Solange Castellar
on Aug 12, 2013
Amy, Amy, Amy, you can absolutely do no wrong with me. Amy, you’re such a funny woman, you star in the NBC show Parks and Recreation, your Ask Amy webisodes makes me feel like I’m never alone, you’re besties with Tina Fey, you’re writing a book (which is going to be majorly awesome), and now you’re starring in the new Pixar film, Inside Out? Girl, you’re simply THE BEST!
This exciting news about the film was released at Disney’s D23, which is basically like Disney’s version of Comic-Con. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Apr 02, 2013
Today it was announced that everyone's favorite talk show host, Ellen Degeneres, will act as leading lady/fish in the upcoming sequel to Finding Nemo. The comedienne will continue to make us LOL effortlessly by voicing the lovable Dory in Finding Dory. The little Blue Tang will be searching for her family along the California coast about a year after Finding Nemo ended in 2003. You can expect to catch the funniest fish with short-term memory loss returning to the big screen on November 25th, 2015. Read More
BY Ariana Anderson
on Jun 29, 2011
After 12 feature length films, Pixar is introducing its first female lead in Brave. Though the protagonist, Merida, is a Scottish princess, she does not wait around in towers to be saved. In fact, she appears to have a will of her own, defies her parents, takes matters into her own hands, does physical fighting, and is generally ‘brave,’ as the title suggests. She even does archery and fights off bears—pretty badass. Read More