Monday, April 23, 2012

Monday Media Blog-Favorite Disney-Pixar Movie

Welcome to the Monday Media Blog on Chief 187™Chatter.

Last week I introduced the topic of favorite Disney films (non-Pixar) because I didn’t want the more modern movies to overshadow Disney’s long history of enjoyable fare.



The post was very popular and garnered a lot of responses here and on Facebook where I promote my work and others share it.

Still, some people, perhaps unknowingly perhaps not, chose Disney-Pixar movies as their favorites.

The ultimate plan on my end was to do Favorite Disney-Pixar Movies this week as a prompt. And so I am!





Toy Story was the first of the full-length Disney-Pixar films in 1995 and Brave, out in theaters this spring (2012), is the latest.



What do you like about Disney-Pixar movies versus other animated films? Did a child force the movie into your life or would you have sought the movie out on your own sans children?

I am looking forward to reading your favorite Disney-Pixar movies. There are only 13 movies to choose from currently so I suspect we’ll see a lot of the same titles, but which ones?!

Please join me tomorrow for the ever-popular Simple Joys on Chief 187™Chatter.

4 comments:

  1. Cars is the greatest movie ever made... If you're going hard enough left... you're gonna find yourself turning right...

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  2. For me hands down is "Finding Nemo." I'm totally smitten with Crush. When we went to DisneyWorld one of my MUST DOS was "Turtle Talk with Crush." I was like one of the little ones sitting on the floor in my giddiness and awe of him.

    A close second and holds special meaning to me is "Monsters Inc." When my daughter was little, we would put her dark hair into pigtails and one of her older brother's t-shirts. She looked like Boo. While I'm not big on nicknames... she has a shortened version of her given name and her other is Boo. :)

    I also love Toy Story, however I refuse to ever watch Toy Story 3 again, tear jerker to the inth degree!

    Cars was beautifully done and getting familiar NASCAR voices was bonus.

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  3. OH! As for the Pixar Shorts... I love Bounding!

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  4. nice opinion.. thanks for sharing.

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