Onward (Pixar) | Official Trailer

Rob

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Oct 25, 2017
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I thought it was pretty good. I'm way more into it after this trailer than anything I saw before it.
 

Slayven

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Oct 25, 2017
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I mean ok, weekends at bernies for the kids
 

Luigi87

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Oct 25, 2017
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I mean ok, weekends at bernies for the kids
That was my take away.

Looks like a fun movie.

Edit: To note, I think it looks like a fun movie, but it doesn't give me that Disney-esque vibe I got from say, Zootopia. Like I think I would eventually wanna watch Onward, but Zootopia (just using as an example of non-humans in modern society) was one I absolutely wanted to see.
 
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Rhomega

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Oct 25, 2017
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I'm not too excited. I bet they're going to finish his body at the last minute and he's going to tell them that they shouldn't have stressed out about their journey or central argument so much.
 

Dyle

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Oct 25, 2017
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Still seems weak for Pixar, particularly in the art direction which feels like a huge step back after what they just achieved in Toy Story 4; the lighting is seriously flat. It really looks like a film that would have been made by a different studio
 

Ricky_R

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Oct 27, 2017
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Not really digging the art direction, but I'm in for the plot and usual Pixar charm.
 

lunarworks

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Oct 25, 2017
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Baby Driver really did something for "Hocus Pocus" by the band Focus, didn't it?

Edit: Double-beaten. I grew up with my dad playing it way too loud on his giant stereo.
 

kirbyfan407

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Oct 25, 2017
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Seems like I'm not the only person who's kind of indifferent about this film while being very into other Disney/Pixar movies. That said, I also agree that this is probably the best its looked so far. The element of the dad is grabbing my attention more.
 

Failburger

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Dec 3, 2018
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That was my take away.

Looks like a fun movie.

Edit: To note, I think it looks like a fun movie, but it doesn't give me that Disney-esque vibe I got from say, Zootopia. Like I think I would eventually wanna watch Onward, but Zootopia (just using as an example of non-humans in modern society) was one I absolutely wanted to see.
Yeah, I have a thing for Judy Hopps too!
 

kurahador

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Oct 28, 2017
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Pixar's Bright. The main characters is abit uninspired, but I like the setting and premise. Love the jokes too.
 

Kaswa101

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Oct 28, 2017
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I'm not really excited for this, but I will say that Pixar trailers are often pretty bad compared to the actual films. So I hope this turns out well :)
 

Rabbit

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Feb 24, 2018
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I don't know why, but I just can't enjoy this art style. Otherwise, it looks like a fun movie I suppose.
 

TheSquozenOne

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Mar 1, 2019
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Is the setting something that resonates more with Americans? Are they elfs? Why is it set in current times? I just don't really understand why they thought of it. Definitely original but... I don't get what the main idea behind it is.
 

Strike

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Oct 25, 2017
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Looks alright. Not something that would make me run out to the theater, but I'd definitely catch it when it ends up on TV or a streaming service.