Pixar’s next movie “Toy Story 3” is going to be out next summer and the trailers are up.
Andy is grown up ready for college and the toys are panicking they will be abandoned. Instead it looks like they’re donated to a nursery where the children make a complete mess of them and now they’re trying to escape.
It’s looking good so far. Wasn’t very impressed with their last movie Up because it focused too much on the love story and got a bit repetitive watching Carl look back at his deceased wife all the time. I think I’m going to stop collecting all Pixar movies on DVD and miss out the less impressive ones.
Picked up the Wall-E DVD like I said. Didn’t even know it was out until I was wandering around the high street stores.
I had originally planned to buy it online but, then found HMV are offering a set of exclusive art cards in their high street stores. It’s a few pounds more expensive in-store even after the reduction in sales tax here but, since I collect Pixar movies, I thought this might be worth it and went for it.
Got round to watching Wall-E and it’s of expected quality from Pixar. The opening scene really depicted how barren the planet was, making one wonder what happened and how lonely little Wall-E was. It was also interesting to see how the Pixar team replaced the various elements you would expect in a romance movie such as using the lighter instead the candle stick although, the approach on the love theme appears to make an earlier entry and is more direct than previous works.