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The best part of this is the history of Pixar itself,
This review is from: Pixar Short Films Collection: Volume 1 [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)This is a collection of Pixar's 32 short films so far along with a history of how Pixar got into the business of making short animation.
The first film I saw in theatres, "Gerri's Game" depicts an old man playing chess in the park with himself. We also see Luxo and Luxo, Junior, the desk lamps with lives of their own. The last films show alternate views of the lives of our friends from "Monsters, Inc", "Cars", and "The Incredibles."
What's so inspiring about this film is the animators themselves and what they went through to bring these characters to life. Some of the details are a little geeky, but utterly fascinating.
Rebecca Kyle, December 2008
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Betty L. Dravis says:
You said PIXAR, BECKY! Well, that's a magic word in my house. Love everything they do. This is for me. Thanks for the good review and the recommendation. :-)
Posted on Dec 22, 2008 8:20:59 AM PST
Karen Joan says:
I am going to get this for Keith. He loves these shorts. Thanks for the recommendation.
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