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    ^did Camille's Le Festin had anything to do with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizzy View Post
    ^did Camille's Le Festin had anything to do with it?
    Absolutely for me! I would have watched this movie 'n' number of times. Every character is noteworthy. Not a single dull moment and Michael Giacchino on top with all 24 outstanding tracks. My top most being the one you quoted, Wall Rat, Anyone can cook, main theme, end credits.

    k_g, please watch A Bug's life, again among my top 5. Even Cars, it would come little ahead, atleast above Incredibles. Just love all those characters there.

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    Oh definitely.

    But more importantly, the rodent shares a special relationship when it comes animated cartoons/series/films.

    From Mickey to Jerry to Remy (sheer coincidence they all end in -y), it just woos me.

    That said, the first act of Wall-E is possibly the best of Pixar. Sheer brilliance. Remy-Linguiny also works brilliantly when muted, but the mis-en-scene of Wall-E is the kind of dystopia our capitalist world should look forward to.
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    They should have ended the film like Moondram Pirai:
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    Quote Originally Posted by V_S View Post
    k_g, please watch A Bug's life, again among my top 5.
    I think I saw it back to back with Antz but my memory is as blank as Wall-E.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kid-glove View Post
    Absolutely, I think I have seen that film 5 times already.


    My favorites:
    10. Cars I
    9. Cars II
    8. Monsters Inc.
    7. Wall-E
    6. Up
    5. Finding Nemo
    2. Toy Story Trilogy
    1. Ratatouille

    P.S: I manage to completely forget A Bug's Life. Didn't like it even when I watched it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kid-glove View Post
    I think I saw it back to back with Antz but my memory is as blank as Wall-E.
    I too don't remember much about Wall-E need to see and grasp again.

    A Bug's life is the third animation film I saw after Toy Story 1 and Lion King. Moving from Lion King to A Bug's life, animation has taken a 180 degree turn. It was not just few characters, they have shown tons of ants and variety of other species as well in that film. First time amazed by the monstrous amounts of ants shown. First in the ant hill, next when they build a bird and last in the climax. Truly a breath-taking experience. Even within ants, they have shown the younger ones, little ones and the oldest, truly marvelous thinking by Pixar. Not to forget about villainous grasshoppers.

    Not just animation, it has great story, excellent comedy well written, executed and well finished. All the above are well complemented by some outstanding score by Randy Newman. Randy Newman, I think is a Jazz composer, as we can only hear Jazz in all his films. Within that he has shown great versatility in this film, Toy Story I,II,III, Monsters Inc., and Cars I. Every one will be totally different.

    A Bug's life Suite - Starts off in classical way and jumps to Jazz with ever loving horns and culminates in classical way again! One of the best score of all time. This score alone is enough for me to keep it in top 5 pixar movies.

    As one of the youtube comments says, it truly depicts nature and freedom.


    Flik Machine - Some great horn


    End Credits - Time of your life, live it well! Numerous times I have listened this master composition.


    An excellent film by all means!

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    What I meant was that my memory of ABL is like Wall-E's in that video. Ha!

    Thanks for the BGM.
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    Finally, a year without Pixar in the nomination list

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