Me and my best friend have made a list of songs that are “our songs”-meaning these songs are very special to us. One of these songs is “If I Didn’t Have You” from Monsters Inc. I am Sulley (my favorite character) and she is Mike (her favorite character) though I have been told that when I was a kid I looked a lot like Boo.
Once, when I went to get a haircut, my hairdresser noticed the Dory keychain on my bag, and told me that I sound just like her when I talk! I hadn’t thought my voice sounded like Dory’s up till then, but since Dory is my favorite Pixar character, her compliment made my whole day!
Given how clownfishes work, having Marlin be trans and going through a transition could be interesting to show what the child of a trans parent is goes through and normalizing it, and with that tell kids that no matter what, their parents still love them. But I don’t know if Pixar, and by extension Disney, are brave enough.
I’m going through a difficult time right now dealing with my anxiety and watching Disney, Pixar and marvel (the mcu) is really helping me cope with it.
I’ve been suffering from anxiety and depression for at least 7 years, but listening to the soundtracks of the Pixar films like Finding Nemo, Up, and The Incredibles help me. Thomas Newman and Michael Giacchino’s music is like a gift to me. Their music is amazing. I know that even when I’m all alone, I still have their soundtracks to listen to
Disney and Pixar taught me English. I’m not kidding. When I was younger, my parents would turn on Disney or Pixar movies to help me with a second language, and throughout my childhood, I would imitate the accents, and eventually I started to speak like an American. Disney and Pixar built my childhood and I have them to thank for the level of English I’m on now.
“After seeing how well Coco did with small amounts of singing and music, I’d love Pixar to try their hand at a full musical! There are so many great ones out there that are SCREAMING for adaptation, or they could write an original, and I feel like it’d be a true work of art. Disney aren’t the only people who can do animation, who says they’re the only ones who do good musicals?”
I feel really dumb for saying this, but I found Ratatouille very boring. It’s always at the top of best Pixar movies (behind Toy Story and Up) lists, but I don’t see why.
While I adore Coco, it really frustrates me that Pixar just now made a film featuring a character of color. Why did it take them this long?