First Look: Pixar's Presto Short Sneak Peek
If you need even more encouragement to see Wall-E in theaters, then check out this 30-second sneak peek at Doug Sweetland's Presto. Presto is Pixar's annual short film that is attached to Wall-E and is just as cute, funny, and entertaining as Wall-E itself - a perfect fit. The story is about a cute little rabbit named Alec who decides to get revenge on his magician when he doesn't feed him his carrot. This sneak peek will give you just a little taste of what to expect. If it were any longer, you'd be watching the entire short anyway, plus this should leave you with that perfect feeling of "I want to see how it ends!" And that's yet another reason why (like anyone needs more reasons) you must go see Wall-E next weekend!
Watch the sneak peek of Presto:
Dignity. Poise. Mystery. We expect nothing less from the great, turn-of-the-century magician, Presto. But, when Presto forgets to feed his rabbit one too many times, well, there's really no telling what to expect! This latest comical short film from Pixar Animation Studios follows the escalating high jinx of the amazing Presto, his rabbit Alec, and what happens onstage when a star magician's ego provokes some clever revenge from his neglected costar.
Reader Feedback - 11 Comments
Looks pretty funny. Cant wait!
Rob on Jun 22, 2008
Cinexcellence on Jun 22, 2008
Should be cute and great, as most Pixar movies turn out. Still waitin' on Wall - E. fun times, fun times.
Garrett.king on Jun 22, 2008
piar makes great cute little shorts that makes feel happy in the end
XXX on Jun 22, 2008
sorry aout the typo key oard roke
XXX on Jun 22, 2008
that looks cute!
Janet on Jun 22, 2008
I love how Pixar has these cute little shorts. More films should do this like way back when....
Ryan on Jun 22, 2008
veoh is no longer available in my country 🙁
coyo on Jun 22, 2008
Awww, my heart broke for the rabbit...ALL IT EVER WANTED WAS A CARROT!
jman571 on Jun 22, 2008
Roger Rabbit is back!
Peluco on Jun 23, 2008
Curious; why did I watch that?
Sinner on Jun 24, 2008
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