On the decennial of the Masterpiece WALL-E, Justin and G Clark reassess their feelings toward their favorite Pixar film to date.
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‘Coco’ is a typically entertaining and visually-striking film from Pixar, though it lacks the magic of the studio’s best efforts.
G Clark reviews the new animated film ‘The Secret Life of Pets,’ which seeks to answer the question: ‘What do our furry friends do when we’re not home?’
As ‘Inside Out’ brings Pixar Animation Studio into a crucial turning point in their history, we look back at and rank their 15 films to date.
Our first look at Pixar’s next film, ‘Inside Out’, has us worried. Addressing a potential gender plot-hole just waiting to emerge.
2013’s animated films are fair and enjoyable, but are they playing too strictly to the kiddie crowd and neglecting richer storytelling?
Where will ‘Monsters University’ rank in the Pixar canon? Watch the trailer and share your thoughts!
The Pixar sequel generator keeps on spinning, with ‘Finding Dory’ now set for release in November, 2015.
The chance to revisit a great Pixar movie like ‘Finding Nemo’ in theaters is ample reason to pay that 3D surcharge.
Alex and Phil catch up on movie reviews and pay tribute to their grandfathers.
Both of animated and documentary categories are currently wide open. Which films will secure nominations?
‘Brave’ feels more like a Disney movie than Pixar and the blending of the two distinct styles feels schizophrenic.
The Summer Movie Season is in full swing. What movies do YOU plan on seeing this month?
Phil Kollar joins Alex this week to continue the never ending discussion about super hero movies.
Will it be ‘The Avengers,’ or ‘The Dark Knight Rises’? ‘Brave’ or ‘Battleship’? Vote now!
More than any trailer preceding it, this one is clearly gunning for mass appeal.
What will be the theme for the 2013 Oscars? I predict it may be the year of the blockbuster.
The Film Misery staff chimes in on the movies they can’t wait to see in the new year.
Nominees for Best Animated Feature include ‘Kung Fu Panda 2,’ ‘Rango,’ and ‘Arthur Christmas.’
Pixar is looking to bounce back next year and this looks like a great opportunity.