Did Pixar lose its way, or did we lose our way with Pixar? There’s no real answer to the latter part of that question because it makes no sense. But the article we’re snarcasming this week actually does make a lot of sense and deserves to be approached thoughtfully. Even though it’s basically wrong for the most part.
The Pixar Theory says all Pixar movies are connected, even Toy Story and Monsters Inc. But there aren’t any toys running around in the world of monsters, are there?
Could Andy have had a monster from “Monsters Inc.” who scared him? There’s actually way more evidence for this than you’d think.
Which Pixar film was the studio’s most successful? You may be surprised.
As excited as I was about the last Muppets movie, I can’t say I care much about Muppets Most Wanted, a movie with more celebrities than jokes, apparently. One thing I am excited about, however, is the release of a Monsters University
Below is my list of which summer movies made a splash, for better or worse, this year.
Every Pixar movie is connected. I explain how, and possibly why. This is the Pixar Theory.