Disney Pixar Ultimate Movie Collection

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Disney-Pixar Ultimate Movie Collection includes eight of Pixar’s full length films on DVD:

Toy Story (10th Anniversary Edition)
Experience a hilarious fantasy about the lives toys lead when they’re left alone. Woody (Tom Hanks), an old-fashioned cowboy doll, is Andy’s favorite. But when Andy gets Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) for his birthday, the flashy new space hero takes Andy’s room by storm! Their rivalry leaves them lost with a t… More >>

Disney Pixar Ultimate Movie Collection

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  1. While I am a HUGE fan of the Pixar movies, I can’t bring myself to buy this box set. First of all, did anyone notice that with the price being over $200 for only eight movies, that comes out to over $25 per movie?! Ridiculous, especially because you can buy them new on Amazon for $20/movie AND get all the shorts that were released with the original movies. Sorry, but this money-conscience mama is passing this “deal” up.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. did anyone notice in the specs that this set is listed as being 1.33:1? yup, these are the full-screen versions. i wouldn’t have bought this anyways because i already own most of them, but if i were looking for a boxed set, it would certainly be the wide-screen version.

    of course, that could be a typo.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. I have a new Blue-Ray player and when I saw this box set was available, I thought to myself, “Gotta’ buy THAT ONE!” …needless to say, I was quite bummed when I saw it was a DVD only release. Sooooooo, where’s the Blue-Ray version?!?!?! I would think there are a lot of serious Pixar fans that are interested in replacing their old DVDs’ with Blue-Ray disc’. …and while I’m on my soapbox, why not include the “Pixar Short Films Collection” disc, also?
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. This is a nice collection, but why not wait until Wall-E comes out on DVD in November? Either way, this is a great collection but the only downside is that the movies only come in 1-Disc format. Every Pixar movie except for Cars and Ratatouille had a 2-Disc release. So you’re better off buying the individual movies if you want the special features. If you really want a Disney/Pixar collection, wait for another collection to come out that includes Wall-E. I already have these movies so I’m set. But all in all it is a great collection for those who don’t have the movies.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. First of all. Let me make this clear. I think that it’s great that Pixar is finally releasing all the films they’ve made (from “Toy Story” to “Ratatouille”) in one box set, plus they are going to release The Pixar Story documentary. I still think that’s great.

    My biggest concern is that they are releasing the box set a little too early. But my guess is when “WALL-E” comes out on DVD in November, I guess that they can have the right to release another boxset including “WALL-E” when November comes around.

    My opinion on the Pixar films:

    TOY STORY (1995) ***** (out of 5 stars) — I loved that movie ever since I was four years old. I loved Buzz Lightyear, Woody and all the other toys that I wanted to collect them all and have a neat Toy Story collection. “Toy Story” brought the new techniques of computer animation to life. It’s great for kids and great for the audiences as well. Quality and effort can make a great movie like this.

    A BUG’S LIFE (1998) *** (out of 5 stars) — Not as good as “Toy Story,” but still a fun movie. It has to be Pixar’s worst movie yet. Flik was really annoying. The only one that doesn’t seem to be a problem is the late Joe Ranft as Heimlich. Heimlich was really funny. Basically, “A Bug’s Life” didn’t have that many funny jokes and the humor was flat. Could’ve been better.

    TOY STORY 2 (1999) ***** (out of 5 stars) — I use to think the sequel was better than the first. But, I have to say that the sequel still seemed as original as the original. However nowadays, I think the original “Toy Story” film was more of a masterpiece and it brought the animation to life as we’ve never seen it before.

    MONSTERS, INC. (2001) **** (out of 5 stars) — That would have to make it into Pixar’s second worst movie. Yes, it was all right. It was a whole lot of fun. The story was a little weak though. It’s like, how can someone solve a lot of conflict in one day. Still I found the movie to be pretty amusing and the music and cinematography, at least, was excellent. Boo was really cute.

    FINDING NEMO (2003) ***** (out of 5 stars) — I LOVED NEMO!!! The story was brilliant. The animation was amazing. The color was beautiful. The fish were amazing. The characters were hilarious – even Dory. Everything was well-detailed. I have to admit that I really like father/son relationships as much as the next guy. Even mother/daughter relationships are good, too. That’s what really amazes me though about “Finding Nemo.”

    THE INCREDIBLES (2004) ***** (out of 5 stars) — Although I didn’t think it was as good as Nemo, I still had loads of fun with “The Incredibles.” It’s not Pixar’s best film yet, but it’s still worth five stars. The superheroes were amazing. Sometimes, I could wish I could be that. The story was very decent and the background was amazing.

    CARS (2006) ***** (out of 5 stars) — Although people say it’s Pixar’s worst film, I still had lots of fun with it. More fun than I had with “The Incredibles.” I think it was great that John Lasseter decided to give out a movie with two of his family’s interest, and that’s showing the spirit of filmmaking. Also, the movie reminded me of how I use to like Thomas The Tank Engine when I was very young.

    RATATOUILLE (2007) ***** (out of 5 stars) — Yes, rats are disgusting. But these rats were actually pretty cute. Though, I like Brad Bird’s idea about making a movie of people cooking. It’s like the movie “No Reservations.” Yet the movie is very silly, but it’s at least entertaining. Peter O’Toole’s performance in the very end grabbed my heart.

    The Box Set should come with the bonus features on the normal DVDs as usual, if you have the Pixar films at home. I’m sure it’s the same thing when re-releasing all the Pixar films in one box set. Though it is a good idea to release The Pixar Story, though I’m sure it’ll be sold separately on the WALL-E DVD.

    Since Pixar’s good at releasing their DVDs in the month of November, hopefully, they’ll re-release another box set in November when “WALL-E” comes out on DVD. And then you’ll have the Pixar Story on the “WALL-E” DVD.

    Overall, I’m sure this will be a great boxset. Oh and the one thing that’s pretty much missing is the Pixar Short Films Collection.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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