'Emotions of Pixar' Video Reminds Us They've Touched Our Hearts
by Alex Billington
June 10, 2015
"I don't want to survive, I want to live!" Need a smile today? Or maybe a quick cry? Fire up this wonderful video made in tribute to the upcoming release of Pixar's Inside Out, titled Emotions of Pixar, edited by Lindsay McCutcheon. It's a tribute to the various emotions seen in Pixar movies, and is essentially a tribute to the extraordinary work of the very talented animators and artists at Pixar. They are truly the ones who are responsible for creating these characters and making them so perfectly expressive, in subtle ways, and their work really shines when edited together like this. So many great movies, with so many sad, happy, exciting, worrisome moments throughout. From Monsters Inc to Monsters University, and their entire filmography.
Thanks to The Playlist for the tip on this video. From Vimeo: "In anticipation of Inside Out, I made a video showcasing the emotions in Pixar movies. Hope you like pop music and mush!" The video was edited by Lindsay McCutcheon. The music used is "Breathe Me" - Sia and "You Know We Can't Go Back" - Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. For a full list of all the movies, head to Vimeo. This was made as a tribute to Pete Docter's Inside Out, about the emotions in our mind: Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness. Disney will release Pixar's Inside Out in theaters starting June 19th this month. It will be Pixar's 15th film to date, following a near two year gap since Monsters University. Brave, Cars 2 and Toy Story 3 were before that.