Nacho Libre<br><br>Cars (Still awful.)<br><br>P.o.t.C.: Dead Man's Chest<br><br>Nacho looks cool, as does POTC. I think Cars is a mess. I only want to see it because it's Pixar's... not because the story looks interesting. A shame to go from Nemo and Incredibles to talking cars that look like they were made from spare Mr. Potatohead parts. At least Knight Rider had The Hoff. Hopefully I'm wrong.<br><br>
Wow....that Cars trailer is worse than the one they showed before The Incredibles. <br><br>I just think the premise is weak...and the writing even weaker. Maybe that's why Jobs sold the company. <br><br>
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Had Cars come out in 1996, it'd be ground-breaking. But with Nemo, Monsters and Incredibles in the portfolio, Cars seems like a step back.<br><br>I think what I have trouble with is the human anatomy applied to the machinery. For the first time, Pixar is using the lazy techniques of Dreamworks to get characters to emote. The fish in Nemo spoke and gestured, but for the most part remained fish physically. That's a huge achievement! Nemo lived in an anenome with natural surroundings, while the fish in Shark Tale lived in an underwater apartment building. Nemo's fish swam... Shark Tale's fish stood up and danced as if they had legs (hell, they wore sunglasses!). See why Dreamworks sucks? Now, Pixar is slapping Mr. Potatohead eyes on cars. Lazy.<br><br>
i thought depp was terrific in POTC, so i'll probably check out the next version.<br><br>i like jack black, but i hated schoolhouse rock and nacho is by the same writer. hmmm.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
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