Disney’s Pixar Animated Studios is known for their classic feature-length films including the Toy Story trilogy, Wall-e, and, most recently, Brave, but it would be rude to forget their short films amongst their talent. Here are my rankings of all Pixar’s short films, which can also be found on my Letterboxd account here.
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Tags: 21 & Over, Epic, Fast and Furious 6, In Retrospect, Mud, Star Trek: Into Darkness, The Great Gatsby, The Hangover 3
- The Great Gatsby,
- Star Trek: Into Darkness,
- The Hangover Part 3,
- 21 & Over,
- Fast and Furious 6,
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In Retrospect is a monthly film publication that I make just for a bit of fun, visit the blog here.
Tags: Ewan McGregor, Juan Antonio Bayona, Naomi Watts, Oaklee Pendergast, Samuel Joslin, The Impossible, Tom Holland
Directed by Juan Antonio Bayona, The Impossible is based on one family’s real-life experience of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Hoping for a relaxing vacation in Thailand, Maria (Naomi Watts), Henry (Ewan McGregor), and their three sons, Lucas (Tom Holland), Thomas (Samuel Joslin), and Simon (Oaklee Pendergast), spend the morning of 26th December relaxing by the pool. But when a tsunami triggered by an Indian Ocean earthquake floods the area, the town and its people are left to face its overwhelming, destructive effects.