Time Has Only Made These Classic Movies Even Better

Time Has Only Made These Classic Movies Even Better

Just as Walt Disney's attempts to make a feature-length animated film in 1930s were met with skepticism and mockery, so too were Pixar Animation's first efforts at a feature-length film using computer animation. After years of making commercials and short films, Pixar finally rolled the dice on long-form storytelling, and the result is a landmark film. 



Toy Story's timeless magic exists thanks, in part, to its reliance on traditionally inanimate objects as characters. The lives of human characters evolve with technology, but toys are still toys, and while a modern remake of the film might involve a few more tablets and video games for a boy like Andy, action figures still haven't gone out of style. The other key is in the sophistication of the animation itself. If you look at a film featuring CGI creations from the early '90s and compare it with a film featuring CGI creations from the early '00s, you can generally see a difference in the level of detail. Pixar's animation style has certainly also progressed with technology, but Toy Story doesn't look like a crude rendering of computer-generated characters to modern audiences. It just looks like Pixar. Somehow, on their first try, the studio managed to deliver an unprecedented film that's never lost its appeal, and the fact that it never seems to age only makes it more appealing now, especially if you grew up watching it.



















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