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The Pixar Story (2007)
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Summary: An in-depth look at the history of Pixar, the production company that gave the world such classics as Toy Story, Monsters Inc., A Bug's Life, Finding Nemo and The Incredibles, as well as revolutionising the world of animation.
Country: USA
Directed By: Leslie Iwerks
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na DaeSanye
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na NazTNeto
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na Jerky
60
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na BeTheDuck
70
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na RetinaScan
90
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na damil
65
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It wasnít the best documentary Iíve seen, and I knew quite a lot of it already, but it was nice and interesting and really makes you appreciate the work that goes into these films and how much passion the people have for their projects.
na lucidquasar
60
T2
na LetterRip
0
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na leviward19
75
T5
na Nathan
95
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na Filligan
83
T6
If you love Pixar and their films (and what person with a soul doesn't?) then this is an entertaining look at the start of the company and the passion they put into each of their projects.
na tuddy
75
T6
na Cronos
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na george.96
79
T7
na Alpa Chino
100
T10
na Junior1919
80
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na HTimmons
85
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na cdub12
62
T4
na movienerd83
86
T7
na childofbodom
100
T10
na Vana
7
T9
na aaasolanki
68
T2
The movie is true to its title. It is barebones account of how Pixar became what it is today and how it kept on churning out one hit after the other. The movie also nicely shows the relationship between Pixar and Disney which hasn't always been that great...
na jodamico
77
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na variety
70
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na Deadmarsh
80
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na noiz
80
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na misterdrc
84
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na cusakfehn
1
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na mattorama12
73
T8
What I love most about Pixar is that (at least until Cars 2), it was a reminder that commercial success doesn't require compromising artistic integrity. This documentary does a fantastic job of providing insight into the business model and the individual personalities that came together to make Pixar an artistic and commercial powerhouse.
na AICHE
76
T7
na ICJ3K
80
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na IMDb-byvotes
80
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na Xalechim
70
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na Parexus2
76
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60
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na vivacity
86
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na qualeboy
70
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na boy6824
85
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na AceySaid10%
83
T8
na Mhamitlon157
90
T8
na gcat
94
T6
na CritickerAvg
70
T8
na Ununnilium
85
T9
A strong documentary, and one that makes you simultaneously think, "Man, I want to do that!" and "Man, I really need to watch all those movies again!"
na Ratchet5
90
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na bsgb
70
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na holland_49
75
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na earthlydel
80
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na waddayanuts
72
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na kyle.loomis
8
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na gogolit
90
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na ReCreation07
85
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na Karpiu
83
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na Anillusion
80
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na In Lieu Of
84
T7
Excellent documentary about Pixar. Great for anyone who loves film, film-making and animation. Pixar can do no wrong. Even a documentary about them is excellent.
na johnshaft
88
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na p00q
75
T7
na HowlingWoolf
80
T7
na ellinikos
95
T10
A fascinating look inside the Pixar studios, it's really incredible to see the care and attention they put into every film they make. Throughout the documentary, you really come to believe that these people are making movies because they love movies, and (especially once the 20 year tale reaches the Toy Story point in 1995) the whole thing is a rare treat for anyone who likes knowing what goes on behind the scenes.
na abesempire
90
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na hi808
90
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na lee182
80
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na mfidler1
84
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Very cool.
na pboyle
80
T7
na tomatometer
86
T8
na Ram0n
75
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na Johnny6Gun
60
T7
na jakncoke
85
T8
na Gizmo
56
T5
na Mr.Cinema
65
T6
na hellboy76
73
T9
Very well made and in depth documentary shows how talented these people are, and how much fun they have doing what they do.
na notsothinman
75
T4
na ccpmac
80
T5
na Cerebrus
60
T5
na paradoxsoc
86
T9
na LOTNorm
95
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53
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92
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80
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85
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86
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75
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70
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78
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57
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88
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80
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95
na david99
7
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88
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0
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70
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85
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85
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60
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81
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80
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80
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84
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70
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na Bojangles
55
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na Jcy61
91
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75
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94
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na filmaffinity
72
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na Fiesta
90
T6
na TraverseTown
65
T6
na EgbertSouse
95
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My only objection is that it wasn't longer and didn't go beyond Cars. Terrific documentary for the best animation studio today!
na Mr.Ocean
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na Langelund
70
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na moosemoose
80
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na monocle
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na Iwantham
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75
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na CyrisDaVirus
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T3
na strangelime
85
T7
na Mubear
81
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na tathiel
86
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Really interesting documentary. These are really dedicated and committed people at Pixar. Actually, I was rather surprised what a big role Steve Jobs played in the development of this studio. I always thought he was "only" an investor. But then...it's Steve Jobs...
na TAYLOR-MANIA
90
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na DriesG
80
T6
na Duval Spit
85
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na buffalo88
88
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na pecnj
81
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na Sunsplitter
50
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na thefriedone
80
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Fascinating story overall, but a little too much time spent on internal politics that lost my attention a couple of times.
na Sheldrake
80
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na Charlie
70
T6
na Coolcuster
84
T8
na DavidJohnson
86
T9
An all around fun documentary about one of the biggest successes of the film industry. The creation of a genre, and some of the best animated movies of all time. Watching this in 2011 it sucks that this was made 4 years ago and didn't cover any of the newer Pixar films. I always enjoy documentaries about movies, as that is one of my favourite subjects.
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3
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60
T6
na janus
80
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Lots of great insight into the development of CGI and footage from early experiments in the medium. Is a bit self-congratulatory but not nearly as much as it could have been.
na robixsmash
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93
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78
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71
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na donquixotic
0
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90
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70
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21
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na rant1229
3
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na bertonia
90
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90
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na ericdupont
60
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na pomattovich
94
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na Bunken
70
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Wonderfull to see how these extremely talented people transformed the small business of 3D babysteps into a hit after hit making full feature length animation studio. The documentary itself isn't the best, but the people featuring in it are!
na imdb
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na BadSmile
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99
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na destruction
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75
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