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<i>Monsters University</i> Video Review
Monsters University Video Review

Crosswalk’s own Sully & Mike (a.k.a. Shawn McEvoy & Stephen McGarvey) compare notes on Pixar’s 14th film and first prequel, Monsters University (out on DVD October 29). Did the film make the grade, or flunk out? Read Christian Hamaker's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.

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  • June 24, 2013 |
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Monsters University: The Parental Guidance of Pixar Movies

Not even close to being on par with Pixar's Toy Story sequels, but a genial nature and thoroughgoing inoffensiveness make it palatable.

3D Improves the Exceptional Monsters, Inc.

The monsters are back in 3D this time, and it's good 3D. So what's not to love?

Finding Nemo 3D: Save Money, Watch 2D DVD in HD Instead

What's not to love about the 3D re-release of this Pixar classic? Sadly, it's the 3D.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • September 17, 2012 |
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Family Ties Fought for in Brave

A terrific lesson about the mother/daughter relationship and the need for grace from both generations.

Disney-Pixar's Brave Has Heart

Set in ancient times of the mysterious Scottish Highlands, Brave looks within to find one’s fate and the meaning of true bravery.

Cars 2 Kicks the Action into Overdrive

With a second installment that outshines the original, perhaps Pixar is hoping to prove that Cars wasn’t a bad idea.

Imagination Soars to Infinity and Beyond in Toy Story 3

With the release of Toy Story 3 almost 11 years after its predecessor, the franchise continues to soar to infinity and beyond, thanks to heartfelt storytelling, great celebrity voice talent and imaginative action sequences featuring Woody, Buzz and the rest of everyone's favorite toys.

Pixar's Up Soars with Emotional Depth

Much like the trailer for Marley & Me, which was all doggie cuteness without any indication of the sadness waiting in the wings, there’s so much more to Up than balloons and barbs traded between an over-eager boy scout and a grumpy old man.

An Unlikely Hero Lifts Disney Pixar's Up

Disney Pixar takes a bit of a risk with an unlikely hero in its newest release. A crabby old man, Carl is not the cute animal, beautiful princess, or fast machine we so often see in animated films. But Up still works on every level, in no small part because the character and the story are so unpredictable.

'Up'-Lifting: Pixar Reminds Us What Matters

Take your family to see Up. It’ll help all of you see adventure—and human relationships—in a whole new light.

Why Pixar Films are So Widely Engaging
Why Pixar Films are So Widely Engaging

Robert Velarde, the author of The Wisdom of Pixar: An Animated Look at Virtue, explains the appeal and value of Pixar films through looking at the virtues (and vices) of dynamic characters in movies like Up, Ratatouille, Finding Nemo, and The Incredibles.
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Wall·E: Pixar's Most Thoughtful Film to Date

“What if mankind had to leave earth and somebody forgot to turn off the last robot?” With that question we are introduced to Wall·E, the last robot on earth and our protagonist in Pixar Animation Studios' first foray into science fiction.

Discussing The Wisdom of Pixar with Robert Velarde

Which Pixar film is your favorite? Monsters, Inc. for reminding us how weak fear is compared to laughter? Finding Nemo because of the tireless search for the lost son? Or maybe you prefer the nostalgia for the journey over life's roads that is Cars.

WALL-E's Christmas Reminder to Humanity

Sacrifice, love, logic, playfulness, creativity, connection, work—take some time this Christmas to rent a new DVD and let a little robot remind you what it means to be human, created in God’s image.

Ratatouille an Unexpected Delight for Kids and Adults

Armed with loads of life lessons (and thankfully, not presented in a cloying, heavy-handed manner) and a clever script, Ratatouille has all the right ingredients to delight—even if resourceful rats aren’t usually your speed.

Superheroes Return to Ordinary in Top-Notch Incredibles

While the plot is sound, The Incredibles nevertheless revolves around the traditional superhero scenario, although the aside – with the superheroes returning to ordinary existences – injects life into the tried-but-true model in Pixar's latest, top-notch animated film.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 08, 2012 |
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Monsters, Inc. Scares Up Laughs

Pixar has once again come through with special effects that give us an alternate world where mostly benign, goofy-looking monsters look so real they're almost cuddly. The main message of the story: Laughs are much more powerful than screams.

Critics' Choice: Top Movies of 2008

It's time to announce our favorite movies of 2008! Our panel consists of our three regular movie critics and four staff editors. Each submits their personal top ten films of the year which serves as our list of nominees. Then, our editorial team picks its favorite films with the most consideration given to the films with the most votes.

  • Editorial Staff and Film Critics |
  • June 02, 2012 |
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