In their ceaseless quest to find unique alternate universes in which to set their stories, Pixar, after having explored the secret worlds of toys, fish, cars, and the human mind, have chosen the final frontier for Coco: the afterlife. Inspired by Mexican Día de los Muertos traditions, in which families honor their deceased ancestors with marigolds and offerings every November… read more!
Movies Directed by Lee Unkrich (in alphabetical order)
The annoying thing about living in the Hollywood area is that Walt Disney owns the El Capitan theatre on Hollywood Blvd., and whenever one of their animated features is released, they show it there – charging at least $15 for it – and make it otherwise unavailable in the vicinity. You have to travel out to the burbs to see… read more!
I'm just going to come out and say that Toy Story 3 is as perfect as Pixar gets. And if you've been reading my movie reviews for a while, you know that I'm not one to agree that Pixar's output improves with each subsequent movie: yes, I did enjoy WALL-E and Up, but I wasn't among those who found them… read more!