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Phil Proctor

Rugrats Go Wild 2003

Rugrats Go Wild 2003

    

Released

5.6
IMDB: 5.6/10 6,113 votes

The Rugrats and family become stranded on an island, and Stu is blamed. The kids wander off into the jungle, and Spike loses his sense of smell due to sneezing. This becomes a problem when a clouded leopard named Siri finds out about the babies and goes after them, and the situation only gets worse when the kids become trapped underwater with an amnesic Nigel, losing oxygen fast...

Toy Story 2

Toy Story 2

Toy Story 2    24 Nov 1999

G 92 minReleased

7.9
IMDB: 7.9/10 406,206 votes

For my money, Wall-E is perhaps the strongest Pixar film from an artistic point of view. The Incredibles is perhaps the most consistently entertaining. Finding Nemo is the most emotional. Truth be told, I could probably find a way to rank almost every Pixar film so that it was my favourite in some way or another, because they’re all pretty much that good (although I’ll concede that Ratatouille, A Bug’s Life and Cars were merely “good” or “very good”). So, ...

Monsters, Inc.

Monsters, Inc.

Monsters, Inc.    02 Nov 2001

G 92 minReleased

8.1
IMDB: 8.1/10 625,952 votes

Monsters, Inc. is an American film about a world where monsters scare sleeping children and harness their screams as power, and the story of two buddies who find themselves in deep trouble when a human child manages to break through into their world. This is only Pixar’s fourth film, but it’s an incredible achievement. Not only does it feature beautiful animation like all their movies, but it’s one of the most consistently emotionally affecting stories I’ve ever seen, whilst also managing ...

Inside Out

Inside Out

Inside Out    19 Jun 2015

PG 95 minReleased

8.2
IMDB: 8.2/10 403,239 votes

A return to form for Pixar, Inside Out is a magically inventive treat that will captivate young and old. Easily the smartest animated feature in years, it's also one of the most moving. This should be a huge success for the studio. After watching his own adolescent daughter's mood swings, director Pete Docter (Up, Monsters, Inc.) came up with a neat explanation: five basic emotions were controlling her thoughts, sometimes smoothly, sometimes at war with one another. Docter's example in the movie ...