The Beauty of Pixar

The Beauty of Pixar

When you talk about animated movies, the first studio that comes to mind has to be Pixar. They have, for the most part, consistently created better animation with better characters and better stories than the other animation studios, with only a few exceptions (How To Train Your Dragon and Despicable Me are phenomenal animated films). 21 year old Brazilian film buff (as in a film buff from Brazil, not a buff of Brazilian film) Leandro Copperfield agrees; after 11 days of re-watching Pixar’s feature films, he has selected over 500 scenes he felt were most beautiful and edited them together to create “The Beauty of Pixar.”

If you have ever enjoyed a Pixar film, this video is definitely worth watching. While I think there is a lot of filler, he certainly managed to grab many of the more iconic and beautiful scenes Pixar has managed to produce. My personal favorite is a tie between the scenes showing the married life of Carl and Ellie from Up and when Woody sees Buzz on the bed for the first time in Toy Story; what’s your favorite scene?

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From the video page:

This video was purely non-profit and not aimed at breaking copyright laws.

Lists of films used…

Toy Story (1995)
A Bug’s Life (1998)
Toy Story 2 (1999)
Monsters, Inc. (2001)
Finding Nemo (2003)
The Incredibles (2004)
Cars (2006)
Ratatouille (2007)
WALL-E (2008)
Up (2009)
Toy Story 3 (2010)

Funny connections:
The Shining (1980)
Goodfellas (1990)

Audio Copyright Notices:

“Intro” by The XX remains courtesy of Young Turks, (c) 2009.
“La Vie En Rose” performed by Louis Armstrong remains courtesy The Verve Music Group.
“Down to Earth” by Peter Gabriel from the  film Wall-E 2008.
“You’ve Got a Friend in Me” by Randy Newman from the film Toy Story 1995.

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  • Lindsey

    That was surprisingly well done, and he chose some good moments to go with the music. I admit, I’ve cried at least once during every Pixar movie. Somehow they manage to create these brief moments in each film, and one can’t help but be moved.

  • Lindsey

    That was surprisingly well done, and he chose some good moments to go with the music. I admit, I’ve cried at least once during every Pixar movie. Somehow they manage to create these brief moments in each film, and one can’t help but be moved.

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