In the non-Darkest Timeline version of the world, this show would be about Pixar’s latest, Soul, which may well be the greatest film they’ve made, we just don’t know as it isn’t out yet. What we do know, though, is the greatest movie that Pixar has released, and we’re here today to tell it to you.
Jay and Richard were joined by David, Thomas and Doug to quickly, then gradually, then suddenly very quickly again determine the best Pixar movie. It was not an easy decision, and most of the contributors were probably more than a little disappointed at various points in the show, but that just means the answer is correct. For today. Do you agree with our decision? Get in touch if you do or don’t, we’d love to hear your thoughts!
03:41 Pixar Debate – Primary Screening
09:25 Pixar Debate – The Culling
27:22 Pixar Debate – The Toy Story Discussion
40:14 Pixar Debate – More Culling!
74:00 Pixar Debate – The Finallists
78:00 Pixar Debate – The Decision
82:00 Rants, Raves & Reviews
101:00 The Semi-logues Game
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