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What films would you like to see a(nother) sequel to?
Toy Story 3%  3%  [ 2 ]
A Bug's Life 16%  16%  [ 12 ]
Monsters Inc. 8%  8%  [ 6 ]
Finding Nemo 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
The Incredibles 51%  51%  [ 39 ]
Cars 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
Ratatouille 6%  6%  [ 5 ]
Wall*E 3%  3%  [ 2 ]
Up 3%  3%  [ 2 ]
Brave 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
Total votes : 77
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2011 1:58 pm 
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What Pixar films would you like to see a (or another) sequel to?


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I voted for Bug's Life and The Incredibles. Didn't vote for the ones that already have sequels or have sequels in production. As for Finding Nemo, Ratatouille, WALL-E, and Up - these movies worked great as singles. (WALL-E is my favourite Pixar but I feel it does not need a sequel). As for Brave; too early to tell.


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I also voted for A Bug's Life and The Incredibles!

The rest of the movies a sequel would leave a bad taste in my mouth, I think. There is so much that can be done with The Incredibles. I'd like to see more there.

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Well, Brave isn't even out yet. But I wanna see a sequel/prequel to The Incredibles and Ratatouille. Heck, this might sound a bit bizarre, but maybe even a crossover between said movies. Of course, my only reason is the fact that Brad Bird directed both movies. :lol:


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I'm in two minds; one the one hand, I think The Incredibles is the only film of which a sequel might be a good idea, obviously depending on whether Brad Bird would return and if the story was as good as the original. On the other hand, I don't necessarily want Pixar to begin producing too many sequels, especially if those sequels cannot match the brilliance of the originals. But if I had to pick one, the only film I would vote for is The Incredibles.

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The only one I want to have a sequel is The Incredibles. Finding Nemo was perfect the way it ended, as was Monsters Inc., and I really, really wish that there wasn't going to be a sequel to that. While the idea of sequels on the whole are not appealing to me, I really think The Incredibles could work.


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A Bug's Life and The Incredibles. Every Pixar movie works great as a standalone, in fact, probably better as a standalone film than a series. But I would like to see a sequel to these, The Incredibles lends itself to be a series due to the many possibilities of a super hero movie. A Bug's Life.. I don't know why I want to see one or if it would work, but I really love that movie.

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Scarred4life wrote:
The only one I want to have a sequel is The Incredibles. Finding Nemo was perfect the way it ended, as was Monsters Inc., and I really, really wish that there wasn't going to be a sequel to that. While the idea of sequels on the whole are not appealing to me, I really think The Incredibles could work.


At least Monsters University is a prequel, meaning it *shouldn't* have any effect on the way Monsters, Inc. wrapped up, unless they start the film with "current day" and do a flashback or something.

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I miss the option: "none".


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Who voted for Brave? :lol:

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MJW wrote:
At least Monsters University is a preque


Oh really? That's good to know, I was too scared to go into that thread much. I feel much better now. :lol:


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I can imagine A Bug's Life 2 being about the ant colony getting inspiration to create a rescue aid society, which specializes in liberating ant farms. Personally, I don't think the movie needs a sequel.

I voted just for The Incredibles.

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Yeah, I realized after I posted the poll that I should've included a "none" option. So mea culpa on that one.


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I've said it before and I'll keep saying it, at this point, the only sequel that makes sense is for "The Incredibles."

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I'll stick with my Disney sequels....

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Like most, I voted for <i>The Incredibles</i>. It would be cool to see more of the <i>Bug's Life</i> world, but that's not going to happen and I'm fine with that. A second <i>Incredibles</i> is so logical that it doesn't make sense to me that both <i>Cars</i> and <i>Monsters, Inc.</i> would get new movies before it.

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Honestly, none - but - Finding Nemo if I must.

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I also agree that The Incredibles is the only one that makes sense. I still can't believe they are doing one for Monsters Inc and Cars is nothing but a cash in. If they ever did a sequel to Finding Nemo that would be outrageous!

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"The Incredibles" and "A Bug's Life". "The Incredibles" because it's an action movie and for "A Bug's Life" I think this new generation needs to see the Bug's Life gang more I think Pixar needs to a short instead of a sequel.


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