Watch: Who Says Pixar Characters Have No Emotions??

Watch: Who Says Pixar Characters Have No Emotions??

Though I’ve written elsewhere about how uneasy Pixar films make me at times, after watching Lindsay McCutcheon’s rampaging, charged homage to the studio and, more specifically, its characters’ emotions, you’d think you were watching a showcase of German Expressionist dramas rather than scenes from ‘Up,’ ‘Toy Story,’ ‘Monsters University,’ ‘Wall-E,’ ‘Ratatouille,’ ‘Brave,’ and other films that show both the extremes of, yes, emotions these films express and, begrudgingly though I might say it, the personality and variety and (begrudgingly again) idiosyncratic charm Pixar’s animators bring to their unsettlingly smooth-contoured figures. ‘Inside Out‘ is coming up–this rollicking piece should serve as a fantastic primer for a movie all about a young girl and her, well, feelings.