On the occasion of Luca’s release, here’s a ranking of Pixar’s films to date.
From the animated to the animalistic, the perfect to the perverse, this list is one royally diverse bunch.
Both Henrik Ibsen and John Lasseter explore remarkably similar territory.
One of Pixar’s greatest accomplishments is that their movies are more than just terrific mass entertainments.
The physical boundaries of Red’s Dream and Knick Knack would be transformed into a more metaphysical form for Toy Story.
Is WALL-E better than you expected, a notable Pixar achievement, or is it just more of the same?
Despite the outrageous prices and rude patrons, I still prefer to watch movies where they were intended to be seen: in the movie theater.
Among the certainties in the world of film criticism, there’s one that stands above all others.
Pixar has somehow gone from a well-liked animation studio to the last, best hope of the Hollywood studio system.
We are in a golden age of computer-generated animation.