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'Coco' Is One of Pixar's Best, Providing Stunning Visuals, and a Great Story to Follow
If Pixar's been getting you a little twitchy with their recent movies that have been widely considered subpar (The Good Dinosaur and Cars 3), you're about to get a whole new perspective with their newest movie, Coco.
'Harry Potter' Theory: Did Harry Find the Room of Requirement in His First Year?
Pop quiz! When did we first see the Room of Requirement in Harry Potter? The obvious answer is in The Order of the Phoenix, because that is when they first used it as a classroom for Dumbledore's Army.
'Now I Have a Machine Gun. Ho, Ho, Ho': Why 'Die Hard' is a Christmas Movie
Yippee-ki-yay, movie-lovers! It's Christmas Day, and I want to say Merry Christmas, and happy holidays to all. It should come as no secret that I love movies, and I love Christmas. So, when it comes to the genre of Christmas movies, nothing tops Die Hard as the best Christmas movie ever.
The HUGE Geography Problems You Never Noticed in 'Home Alone 2: Lost In New York'
If you've ever seen a movie that takes place in New York, you should know that these movies aren't always filmed in New York. But when it comes to Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, a majority of the film WAS filmed on-location here in NYC, my hometown.
Pixar Theory: Is Carl Fredricksen Crazy?
How many balloons does it actually take to lift up a house into the air and fly it all the way to South America? Well, according to several studies, it should have actually taken anywhere from 100,000 to 23 million balloons to lift the house to the air.
Pixar Theory: Who is Andy's Monster?
Ever since the release of Monsters, Inc., Pixar theorists have wondered who the monsters are of other children in the Pixar universe. Riley from Inside Out, Bonnie from Toy Story 3, and although there are theories for the monsters of those characters, this theory is about the monster of Andy from Toy Story.
Pixar Theory: The TRUTH Behind Andy's Mom!
You remember Andy's mom from Toy Story? Yeah. She was pretty much the villain of all the movies. I mean, in the first film, she made the you-can-only-bring-one-toy rule for Andy, which sent Woody into the jealous rage. In Toy Story 2, she tried to sell Wheezy in a yard sale, and Woody got kidnapped when trying to save him. And in Toy Story 3, she threw the toys out on the curb and brought toys to Sunnyside Daycare, where Lotso imprisoned all of them.
The Pixar Theory by Jon Negroni
Hey, I'm Jonathan Sim, and this is my brand new writing platform. I previously wrote for a platform called Creators, but once they folded, I decided to bring my writing here, and continue to write about some of my favorite things to talk about: Pixar movies, Harry Potter, the Back to the Future trilogy, politics, Die Hard, and a lot more.