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Desc:The Montage.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Religious
Tags:up, Pixar, bambis mom for a new era
Submitted:Plan B
Date:03/08/10
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Comment count is 70
pineapplejuicer - 2010-03-09
"bambis mom for a new era" is a phenomenal descriptor for this
pineapplejuicer - 2010-03-09
and abeli$con has no soul

B. Weed - 2010-03-09
I believe the proper phrase is "Bravely rated, abeli$con."

oogaBooga - 2010-03-09
absleb4$coiscion is fucking useless, i'm telling you. now its vying for theSnake's title

mashedtater - 2010-03-09
oh theSnake may be a rascal, but abeli$con is an asshole

Hooker - 2010-03-09
HOW DARE HE!!!!!

oogaBooga - 2010-03-09
in retrospect i came off too much like i care

must hide that

RocketBlender - 2010-03-09
How can you guys tell what he rated it?

kennydra - 2010-03-09
n00b

oogaBooga - 2010-03-09
Under the description is a little link that says "view ratings". You can rate something without leaving a comment and it still keeps track of who did it.

MongoMcMichael - 2010-03-09
I think abeli$con is just bitter because his hateful personality disallows him from relationships like this montage depicts.

Comrade Admiral - 2010-03-09
I heard there was a thing made by a certain person that will fix all manner of assholery on the poetv dot com web network.

http://www.poe-news.com/forums/sp.php?pi=1002246602

Camonk - 2010-03-09
Seriously? You morons can be trolled this effectively without even saying a word?

Comrade Admiral - 2010-03-09
See, it works perfectly!

RocketBlender - 2010-03-09
Cool, I learned a new way to hate people!

pineapplejuicer - 2010-03-09
i hate everyone REALLY HARD

oogaBooga - 2010-03-09
That's one of the saddest things i've seen in at least a few weeks.

THA SUGAH RAIN - 2012-01-25
Maybe able$icon is a misunderstood heart broken elderly man who lost his wife and never got the chance to live his dreams. This video brought up too many memories.

Comeuppance - 2010-03-09
This film got me so emotionally invested in the first fifteen minutes that I almost cried when I saw it.

FIFTEEN MINUTES.

HURT MY HEART.
dead_cat - 2010-03-09
Almost, nothing. This had me tearing up in the theater.

TeenerTot - 2010-03-09
Yer both pussies. I was crying like a baby.

Screwtape - 2010-03-09
I'm not watching this again. No.

yeahjim - 2010-03-09
My girlfriend and I were BOTH crying in the theatre. Beat that!

Candlejackv616 - 2010-03-09
:'(
Space Helicopter - 2010-03-09
At that moment, it felt like the movie ended right there.

unknown rebel - 2010-03-09
It's alright little guy, she went to Paradise Falls in the end.

Xenocide - 2010-03-09
If this were a lesser movie, the entire film would have stretched out the part where Carl and Ellis meet as kids into 90 minutes, and ended at this video's 12 second mark.

Instead, Up goes beyond where most romantic movies end, and then does something ballsy as hell for a hollywood film: it shows us the inevitable outcome of every happy marriage.

There are many, many films about obtaining love, and hardly any about what comes after. To start the movie with the end of a marriage, but still have the entire film be about that marriage without resorting to flashback, is one hell of a trick. I fucking love this movie.

It's also about a talking dog.
Tuan Jim - 2010-03-09
yes.

I had something in my at the end of this scene.


A woman I know who is wrestling with primary infertility and is thin and spunky and who married a gruff bear of a man with a warm heart basically bawled through the entire rest of the movie.

Well, until Doug.

andybrownie - 2010-03-09
I agree with you this movie was great

RocketBlender - 2010-03-09
Seriously, this movie got a bigger emotional responce out of me in 15 minutes than most will with 2 hours to work with.

Hell, some (all) of the games I play can't do it with their 30+ hours.

pineapplejuicer - 2010-03-09
i was hiding under the porch because you yelled at me...and because i love you

Creeps - 2010-03-09
I almost didn't want this movie to be funny. I found the funny bits jarring, actually. I just wanted to sit back and have it punch me in my emotions for an hour and a half.
oogaBooga - 2010-03-09
But then the talking dog happened and you're all D'AWWWWW :D

Fuck that bird, though.

BIlly Mays Here - 2010-03-09
Same. With Up and Wall-E you have these moving, emotional first acts and then they're like "Fuck it, introduce the wacky talking dog and crazy robots so we can sell some toys. Can't be getting TOO serious, now, can we?"

oddeye - 2010-03-09
WALL-E was good though because those robots can live forever.

chumbucket - 2010-03-10
Agreed, Pixar needs to try to peel away from the "kid market" and try focusing on adults only. I really think they could shine there. Then again, they are owned by Disney...may never happen.

Aelric - 2010-03-09
Two points:

1. Dammit Pixar, you toy with my heart, which is directly attached to my tear ducts.

2. Pixar might save the kids of this generation. Seriously, if only we had stuff like this for those 90s brats.
Noober - 2010-03-09
Uh...

Toy Story came out in 1995

Aelric - 2010-03-09
Doesn't count, kid.

Candlejackv616 - 2010-03-09
I agree with aelric, while Toy Story is a good kids movie, its nowhere near as deep and meaningful as later Pixar work.

mashedtater - 2010-03-09
i waited two years after this came out. for some reason i refuse to watch pixar movies initially.

and i cried and i cried and i cried some more.
Hooker - 2010-03-09
You waited until 2011?

oddeye - 2010-03-09
whoops!

Camonk - 2010-03-09
I USED to not watch Pixar movies. Because I'm a dumbfuck, so every time one came out I was like, pfft that won't be any good. This is after seeing The Incredibles and Finding Nemo and all that shit. Then I got dragged to see Wall-E by a friend and I learned my lesson forever. Up was friggin' awesome.

oddeye - 2010-03-09
I love my wife, damn you pixar you bastard
Cleaner82 - 2010-03-09
Four minutes that are better than a lot of full length movies.
Goethe and ernie - 2010-03-09
Yeah I cried in the cinema.
dr_mr_vandertramps - 2010-03-09
Thoroughly depressing and awesome. Great movie.
akinskirage - 2010-03-09
I love Pixar movies, but I honestly felt this one was really overrated. The second half of it was very much 'by-the-numbers' kid's stuff that wasn't particularly inventive or funny. No surprises. Or maybe I need to see it again.

This part did make me teary-eyed, though, I must admit.
fatatty - 2010-03-09
I do kind of agree. The second half had a lot of pretty safe kid stuff, but it also had an old man as a main character. Which is not safe kids movie stuff at all. Especially when the movie spends so much time making you try to understand that old man and humanizing him far more than in traditional kids movies. But still they have to entertain the kids so I can forgive the talking dogs and silliness for all the good stuff packed in there.

And obviously this scene is perfect.

jyrque - 2010-03-09
Agreed.

Spastic Avenger - 2011-03-14
I don't see what's by the numbers about a man being forced to kill the childhood hero that brought he and his wife together and losing a house that was his only surviving physical link to her.

This whole film is sad. There are comedy parts that float in the rest of it like smiley face tee shirts in the flotsam of a shipwreck.

Stopheles - 2010-03-09
Get rid of the "Best Animated Picture" award. With that out of the way, Pixar's going to win Best Picture sooner or later, and Dreamworks would never again get a nomination.
Billie_Joe_Buttfuck - 2010-03-09
I am a big manly man. I am a big manly man. I am a big manly man AND I AM NOT GOING TO FEEL EMOTION FOR THIS
THA SUGAH RAIN - 2010-03-09
Is that what you say when he's inside you?

Embee - 2010-03-09
I literally blew coffee my coffee out my nose when I read that.

Embee - 2010-03-09
oh there's an extra coffee in there :\

teenage mutant lisa turtle - 2010-03-09
Cloudwalkers, the lot of you
teenage mutant lisa turtle - 2010-03-11
Cloudchaser CLOUDCHASER dammit

THA SUGAH RAIN - 2010-03-09
Scenes not shown: Her cheating on him with dozens of men in a struggle to have a child. Her pill addiction and rehab emptying out the retirement money.
twinkieafternoon - 2010-03-09
This is beautiful.
dr_mr_vandertramps - 2010-03-09
also: same church they got married in :(
voodoo_pork - 2010-03-09
;_;
nemeses9 - 2010-03-13
BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! ;___;
Lauritz Melchior - 2010-03-13
I'll have to see this movie.
spencer - 2010-03-15
Apparently, this scene even brought the house down in the storyboard room. Their goal was to bottle even just a bit of what was going on in the boards in the final animation. By their account, they knocked it out of the park, and I don't think anyone is going to disagree with them on that.

I can't even listen to the music without getting a big damn lump in my throat, but I do listen to it often because its gold, just like this movie.
Volbard - 2010-03-16
Wow, I heard this movie wasn't good.
Jeriko-1 - 2010-07-31
I was like "Oh cool, UP!"

And then came the HOLY SHIT!

Thing brings you down so much even the entire rest of the movie doesn't help you shake it.

Thank you for fucking with me, PIXAR.
Rape Van Winkle - 2011-03-30
:_:
The Mothership - 2012-08-23
fuck you pixar, I want my tears back.
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