Very telling that Pixar chooses not to put their name on it, despite the movie being a direct spinoff of one of it’s most successful franchises. Should’ve been left in DTV purgatory, from the looks of it.
Looks pretty awful. Having worked in the toy industry, this is definitely Disney’s consumer packaged goods film of the year
Another turn on the downward spiral that once was a glory. Pixar no longer make movies. They make noise and leave a foul smell in the air: burning rubber and gasoline. All this from the studio that pleaded with us to join Wall-E and care for the environment.
Pixar is not behind this project. I’m guessing they had no choice in the matter because Disney wanted it. Sad part is, if it is bad, people will blame Pixar despite their name being nowhere on it.
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