Brave - Coming Soon "Families Legend" Trailer

If you think modern animation you probably think Pixar. There was a time when you thought Disney. Of course a few years back Disney bought Pixar so now when you think modern animation you can again think "Disney." Does it really matter? NOPE! I really don't care who is doing the animation as long as the story is good and the animation is flawless. That being said, the Pixar team still does it the best, and to date hasn't had a single flop. Their latest creation is Brave and from the trailers, it does seem they may very well have yet another hit on their hands. Poor Pixar, must be difficult to never know failure. What's Brave about? Really, does it matter? Pixar made it and you should go see it! Okay, if you must know, here is the official movie description:

"Determined to make her own path in life, Princess Merida defies a custom that brings chaos to her kingdom. Granted one wish, Merida must rely on her bravery and her archery skills to undo a beastly curse."

Enjoy the trailer!

Toy Story 3 - "Meet Ken"

Toy Story and Toy Story 2 are two of my favorite animated films, actually two of my favorite films period. Technically amazing for their day, still a joy to watch. Soon though the film series gets the "trilogy" treatment - Toy Story 3. While it might not be the most original name, has there been a Pixar movie yet that wasn't simply fantastic. Forgetting for the moment the incredible technology that goes into every new Pixar movie, the stories have an uncommon ability to appeal to children and adults. It's not surprising that the kings of animation, the house that Walt built, bought Pixar. Quite simply, Pixar was doing what Disney had failed to do - make animation not only popular but a box office hit - EVERY SINGLE TIME. While I've not seen Toy Story 3, what I have seen of it looks to be the makings of yet another box office hit; and yet another mandatory movie to add to my collection. Below is a scene from Toy Story 3. I'm guessing it's from early on in the film. It shows you all the characters you knew from the first two films, as well as glimpses into a few new ones - including Ken and Barbie; who apparently haven't met, yet!

Be sure to choose 720p if your computer will handle it, and then go FULL SCREEN!

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