Video: Pixar movies are great because of their characters and their storylines but also because they pay homage to the great movies that came before them. And they're not even imitating animation movies - they pay tribute to live action films. Many of the scenes you may recognise immediately (like when you're watching Toy Story or Wall-E) and others are done tongue in cheek, but some you'll have to dig a little deeper to remember. Jorge Luengo Ruiz shows how Pixar imitates movies to pay respect to cinema in the video below.
How Pixar Copies Scenes From Other Movies
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