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I don't think any movie could ever need a sequel less than Monsters, Inc. Maybe Up. But that's a good thing.
EVE is pregnant. WALL-E is nervous about being a father...until the bundle of joy arrives at the end of the film and we get dolls of WALL-E and EVE's child in every major toy store across America. Meanwhile, the humans struggle to survive on Earth with HILARIOUS results. "WHERE'S THE PIZZA SEEEEEEEDS?!"
I don't really care which films pixar decides to make sequels for because I trust that they're only making it because they think it's going to be good. pretty much why they're the best out there.
just because it's not "in the works" doesn't mean they're never gonna make one
I dunno. Watching them humans try to make things work on Earth would be amusing. If only for a short.
Brad Bird created and directed The Incredibles, nobody at Pixar would touch it except for him. He said he'd consider a sequel if he had a good story. The only thing stopping him from that brainstorming is that he wants to direct an Avatar-sized epic called 1906 about the famous San Francisco earthquake, and Warners Brothers doesn't want to pony up the cash. To help convince them, he's agreed to directed Mission Impossible 4. If it does well enough, Brad probably won't work on an animated film, let alone Incredibles 2, for a damn long time.
Was I the only person who thought the Incredible was generally enjoyable but wasn't blown away by it? Everyone on the internet seems to cream their jeans over it and I just don't get the hype. Obviously your mileage may vary, but I seem to be in such a small minority on this one.
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I thought The Incredibles was fantastic, although I can see why people wouldn't be blown away by it. There's a lot of stuff in it that's the typical superhero genre shtick, and the ending is kind of a mess.
I was kind of surprised they'd go with Monsters Inc. for a sequel. I mean, it wasn't a bad movie by any means, but it sometimes feels like the movie has been overshadowed by Pixar's other movies. Not to the degree of, say, "A Bug's Life" is often forgotten. Still, it's usually not the first movie people tend to think of when they think of Pixar.
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The Incredibles is my favorite Pixar and probably my favorite animated film period. Wall-E didn't blow me away like it was supposed on the other hand.
The Incredibles 2 would probably be interesting, since I have faith in Bird. Monsters Inc 2sounds like it could be a miss though. I still trust Pixar but it doesn't feel like a movie that really should have a sequel. Would Boo be in it? How would they explore the laughing for screams?
I loved Monsters so I'm very much looking forward to the 2nd. Cars 2 on the other hand, was completely unnecessary. I can't believe it's from the same guy who directed the brilliant Toy Story
I really fucking hated Cars
I'm kind of the opposite here. I love Monsters, Inc. so much I don't want any possibility of tarnishing it.
I've said a hundred times that The Incredibles is the best candidate for a sequel out of all the Pixar films. Monsters Inc. is great, though I've only seen it once. A sequel to it just seems so ... random. The damn thing will be more than ten years old before 2 comes out. Yeah, I know Toy Story 2 and 3 are eleven years apart, but TS3 has been worked on for nearly five years now. I'll go see MI2, but I'd be about fifty times more excited for The Incredibles 2. It's a fucking superhero film, and I'd argue that it's better than most live-action superhero films that have been made in the past decade. Superhero films are the biggest sequel fodder in the entire Hollywood film industry, and The Incredibles did really well, so I'm honestly surprised that they've never announced any plans for a sequel. But it may happen, and I'll keep my fingers crossed for it.
Monsters Inc. is my favorite Pixar film, so I should be nervous more than anybody, but Pixar usually won't do a sequel unless they have a great story. Like I've said before, if they really wanted to do MI 2 solely for the bucks, they would have done it years and years ago, not now.
i think they need to bring A Bug's Life back, great movie and as was said above is almost completely forgotten
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...I thought Cars was kind of cute, and think the characters have the potential for an entertaining sequel.
It's quite surprising that they haven't churned out a sequel to 'The Incredibles' while a 'Cars 2' and a 'Monsters Inc. 2' is in the works. I wouldn't mind a sequel to 'Monsters', as it is a great film and a sequel could be interesting, but I think they should have focused on a 'Incredibles 2' instead of a sequel to 'Cars', at least for the time being.
i liked monsters a lot and i would think a sequel would be interesting. wonder what it would be about
yeah i honeslty didn't get the hype for wall-e. the first half of it was great visually, but the second half was pretty zzz
Oh, gawd, I hated Boo (the baby) in Monsters Inc.!
I mean that's the thing. I rewatched The Incredibles and actually enjoyed it more the second time, but I still thought it was just "good" and not "great." Maybe it's harder for me to appreciate without reading comic books growing up, but I don't know, my socks stayed firmly on my feet in contrast to what seems like the vast majority of people who saw the film.
If you don't like Boo, you don't like little kids. Because she is the essence of all toddlers (well, the ones that can't talk yet).
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