View Poll Results: Who will see Disney. P.I.X.A.R 's "Up" on day one?

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  • I will!

    13 36.11%
  • I wont!

    6 16.67%
  • Are you kidding me? It's P.I.X.A.R., of course I will!

    10 27.78%
  • I hate P.I.X.A.R. movies....

    0 0%
  • I will wait for the crowd to die down

    2 5.56%
  • I'm never going to see it.

    0 0%
  • I have already seen it so... IN YO FACE!

    2 5.56%
  • I will prolly wait for Blue Ray release.

    0 0%
  • What is "Up"????

    0 0%
  • Other...... (Explain)

    3 8.33%
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  1. #1

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    Cool Who will see "Up" on day one?

    I am a Pixar fanatic so of course I will.


    In the poll I mean Blu-Ray sry

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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    The film is looking so incredibally fantastic, I dare not skip a beat in seeing it on Day 1. Look forward to seeing it in digitalized 3-D. Also believe we can look forward to this film being the basis for a flume ride at DCA's Paradise Pier.
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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    Already seen it, but can't wait to see it again in 3D. However, probably won't be able to see it the day of opening because it's Gumball Rally weekend!!
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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    I thought I'd hate this movie, then I saw it and LOVED it. It's so not what the trailers make it look like!
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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    i already have the day oof work, so i think me and the kids (and hubby if he can get away fromwork) will hit the matinee
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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    Will be doing the D23 ( 5/28, 10:00pm ) showing at the El Capitan. It looks really good and I've heard nothing but good things about it, even favorable comparisons to WallE

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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    Interesting (or not) fact - I did not like The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, Wall-E, Toy Story 2 and Cars on first viewing. Maybe it is too much to take in at first sight but I much preferred all of them after a second viewing (and now love all but Cars - which I think is ok). Anyone else experienced this with Pixar's movies?
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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    I've loved them all pretty much from the beginning lol

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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    I would be going opening day, but I have a good reason not too.

    Reason is here.

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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    I will see it that weekend, but not on the first day. (It's just my schedule).

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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    I'll wait until it is out for a few days and go see it at the El Capitan, I'm looking forward to the pre-show there as well!


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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    Probably Sunday at new Muvico theaters in T.O.

    Say, did anyone see Up's Balloon house in the background of The Simpsons the other night?

    No idea how, or why it was there.
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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    I voted "I wont" but it's more "I can't". I already have something planned that evening after work that I can't get out of. But I will definitely be seeing it opening weekend some time, before pining for it to come out on Blu-ray already!!!!

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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    I voted "I've already seen it...in your face!"
    I was forutnate enough to be at a screening of this last month. Here are some of my thoughts...

    ***WARNING***

    ***SPOILERS***



    The beginning of the movie couldn't be any better. It tells a love story of Carl and Ellie in the first ten minutes of the film that Wall*E couldn't quite affectively accomplish in its entire runtime (also without using any dialog). I really felt the plot dips soon after Carl reaches South America with his balloon-lifted house. Why? Because although the movie is an adventure movie from that point, much like Indiana Jones, there are a few too many things that are present that Disney has exhausted the use of. (Come on, Disney! Do we really need more talking dogs in your movies?) There are also plot/dialog references that I caught from Indiana Jones and Star Wars. Last I checked, it was Dreamworks that used pop-culture references and it was Pixar that was making timeless films that are modern-day classics. But those three things aside, I thought the adventure aspect of UP makes the film fall just under that of The Incredibles, but the story telling between Carl and Ellie and her book of adventures brings it up to the same level. Grown women (and a few men) had tears from Carl and Ellie's story making it some of the best story telling that Pixar, or Disney as a whole for that matter, have ever done...and that's just one scene with a short (and predictable) resolve towards the end of the film.
    The villian character of the film comes with great character development. Basically the villian is a Howard Hughes-type explorer that Carl and Ellie look up to when they were children. The explorer is outed as lying about the finds of a rare South American bird and is shuned by the once in awe public. He then sets forth to recover the mysterious and rare bird and is not heard from again. Forward to Carl landing in South America and finding the bird in question and the explorer that was once a childhood hero to Carl is now a plotline's villian.
    The screening was not in 3D so I cannot comment as to if 3D adds to the film or not. As far as the annimation in the film is concerned, I am in awe at Pixar's further development of light reflection in the films. It creates truly stunning images that no other animation company has yet to compete with. I will see the film again when it is released so I can see both the short before the film and to find out if there will be any more to the story in the credits (both the short and credits were not on the print at the screening).
    I will also add that is was great to finally see what type of human face Pixar associates with John ratzenberger's character. He has a good, light-hearted cameo.

    8.5/10

    For reference, my rankings of Pixar films:
    1. Ratatouille
    2. Monsters, Inc.
    3. Finding Nemo
    4. Toy Story
    5. The Incredibles
    6. UP
    7. Toy Story 2
    8. A Bug's Life
    9. Wall*E
    10. Cars

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    Re: Who will see "Up" on day one?

    Quote Originally Posted by SnorkletsMom View Post
    Will be doing the D23 ( 5/28, 10:00pm ) showing at the El Capitan. It looks really good and I've heard nothing but good things about it, even favorable comparisons to WallE
    oh no...if it's like wallE I'm going to hate it.

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