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maverik85

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Jul 27, 2016
I agree. While I am happy I will get to watch it immediately at no charge, I think Pixar deserves better. I hope their next ones get the full theatrical release they deserve!
Me too. I am assuming it's partly with delays from COVID that they are trying not to throw too many movies at once in theatres and be competing with themselves, and this can help drive subscriptions for their service which gets them more money too so I understand it. But hopefully next year Pixar will be back in theatres. The teams working on these films definitely deserve to have their work shown in cinemas as well.
 

ksromack

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Jan 14, 2012
Pixar may have done it again ... 'Luca' certified FRESH on Rotten Tomatoes and early reviews are sounding very good ...


Currently sitting at 91% with critics, but the scores usually drop a bit after release. Although I'm a D+ subscriber, I'm disappointed that Disney chose the D+ route for the Pixar films. Pixar should not be relegated to boosting D+ subscriptions before a theatrical run ... just my opinion
I cannot tell you how excited I am for this film. Italy is our favorite country to visit and just seeing the previews makes me long for the Cinque Terre!

Yes!
 

jkh36619

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Mar 3, 2016
Finally got around to seeing Raya. It not bad. It's not a movie I'd make a point to watch again but if it was on, I'd watch it. I'm just a sucker for films with a good sound track. I'll watch Princess and the Frog, Moana or Coco 100 to 1 over Movies like Inside Out, Wreck it Ralph or Raya. Just a personal preference.
 

maverik85

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Jul 27, 2016
Finally got around to seeing Raya. It not bad. It's not a movie I'd make a point to watch again but if it was on, I'd watch it. I'm just a sucker for films with a good sound track. I'll watch Princess and the Frog, Moana or Coco 100 to 1 over Movies like Inside Out, Wreck it Ralph or Raya. Just a personal preference.
I agree with you overall. I really enjoyed Raya though, but it was just missing something that those other films had to really make it great. Wreck it Ralph was excellent though and I would put it u p there with the others.
 
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