How Pixar Is Able To Succeed (Almost) Every Time


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How Pixar Is Able To Succeed (Almost) Every Time



For over two decades Pixar has generated some of the best animated movies ever created. Toy Story, The Incredibles, Monsters Inc., and so many more will span generations of movie fans. But how is Pixar able to generate box office hit after box office hit? Well, they have a very specific “Pixar Process” that has been proven to work.

Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling: https://www.aerogrammestudio.com/2013/03/07/pixars-22-rules-of-storytelling/

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Written by Chris Teregis
Edited by David Sadvari

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  1. For me, what makes animated storytelling so great is how it has more flexibility and freedom to show character emotion, usually through physical expression but also though body language and gesture. With live action you're limited to what the actors can give you, but with animation you can do anything, which means you can make a more distilled emotional connection between audience and character.

  2. I feel like the golden age of Pixar was 1995-2009. Now I’m not saying Pixar movies after 2009 are bad, I just feel their late 90s and 2000s catalog was much better. I mean after the 2000s we got Brave, Cars 2, The Good Dinosaur, and some average movies like The Incredibles 2 and Monster’s University. The only real late 90s and 2000s movies I was not interested in were A Bug’s Life and Cars.

  3. This voiceover guy is way better than the other guy from the nerdstalgic channel. The other guy stuttered are rushed through his videos so much, I could never understand him. It led to me eventually unsubscribing, but I don’t hear him much anymore, so I might come back.