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Jul 18, 2008

All right, who put a vote in for Wall*E as Pixar's worst?

Stand up and be counted. And give reasons - I gotta hear this.

Oh, and for the record, I'm about halfway through Cars - and yeah, it's easily the worst, at least as far as adults should be concerned. It also dawned on me that it's The Color of Money all over again, minus the Clapton and plus (an annoying) Bonnie Hunt. Where are though, Mary Elizabeth Mastrasansndnlongnametonio?

8 people have chosen wisely: on "All right, who put a vote in for Wall*E as Pixar's worst?"

WaywardJam said...

I cast that first stone! I see I am not alone anymore as there are two votes for it now.

I was all into Wall-E at first, he was so dambed cute and lovable. Then the last half-hour I lost all interest. Yeah we're fat and we're all killing the planet, blah blah blah. Robot Love, yay! Chase sequences, boo! :)

Honestly though, this poll question is like asking which of the All Time Top 10 films sucks most!? I've enjoyed all the Pixar films for the most part, even Cars.

My question is why A Bug's Life is taking such flack?! Tuck and Roll rule!

Nayana Anthony said...

I just didn't enjoy A Bug's Life all that much when I first saw it. Maybe it's because it came out around the same time as Antz, and I liked that one better. (Yeah, I know.)

Caitlin said...

I still haven't seen Cars, but I've heard such bad things that I'm staying away.

I was one of the two that voted for Toy Story 2.

Paul Arrand Rodgers said...

Cars is HUGE with the kids, I guess. I see more kids with Cars apparel than anything else these days.

I dunno...I assumed that it was the crappy movie Pixar was trying to stick Disney with before jetting off to do their own thing, but Disney bought them and now has all that Cars merch money, so I guess it worked.

It still wasn't a good movie.


elgringo said...

My vote was for "Bugs Life" but to be honest, it's been a while since I've seen it. I just really enjoyed all the other ones. Maybe another viewing will put it back up towards the top.

Also, I enjoyed Cars a lot. I don't know why people hate on it like they do.


Luke Harrington said...

I have to say I really enjoyed Cars. It was formulaic, sure, but it did the formula really well. It was a great genre picture.

A Bug's Life...eh. Again, it was good, but there was some way-too-obvious Disney influence there. It was basically the early-90's Disney "classic" formula, done with bugs. It just felt kinda lazy and focus-grouped.

Nic Cage said...

Ugh. Cars rocks.