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A pull-string cowboy sheriff, a rodent chef and a waste-collecting robot have all made their mark as Pixar heroes. Now, not before time, a girl takes centre stage in Brave, Pixar’s 13th animated film and its first to feature a … Continue reading
A racing certainty for this year’s Best Animated Film Oscar, Pixar’s buoyant comedy adventure Up is another triumph for the studio behind Toy Story, Ratatouille and Wall·E – and it’s just as enchanting in 2D on DVD as it was … Continue reading
With their buoyant new movie, Up, those computer animation wizards at Pixar have come up with another cartoon gem to match such earlier triumphs as Toy Story, The Incredibles, Ratatouille and Wall·E. And they’ve scored with the same winning formula: … Continue reading
I caught up with the latest animated mouse movie The Tale of Despereaux recently. As rodent-themed cartoon flicks go, Despereaux isn’t in the same league as the brilliant Oscar-winning Ratatouille, but it does boast a number of inventive and entertaining … Continue reading
The Oscar-nominated animated movie Persepolis lost out to Pixar’s brilliant Ratatouille at this year’s Academy Awards yet I reckon it would have been an equally deserving winner. Released on DVD today, the film – hand-drawn and mostly in black and … Continue reading