John Lasseter

Bo Peep’s “feminist” makeover is a hollow gesture from Pixar

By Beth Webb

The return of the sheep-herding heroine in Toy Story 4 signals a new chapter for the studio – but has anything changed behind the scenes?

Beyond Infinity: Lee Unkrich on the past, present and future of Pixar

By Hannah Woodhead

The co-director of Toy Story 2 and 3, Finding Nemo and Coco reflects on his two decades at the animation studio.

In praise of Luxo Jr – the short film that changed cinema

By Michael Dalton

Thirty years ago Pixar’s charming debut ushered in a new age of cinematic storytelling.

Cars 2

By Nell Frizzell

A long, meandering sub-James Bond pastiche set in the confounding world of talking cars.

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Toy Story 3

By Ailsa Caine

The third film in Pixar’s flagship franchise is a satisfying if familiar farewell to old friends.

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Toy Story 2 3D

By Matt Bochenski

One of Pixar’s crown jewels revels in both a literal and metaphorical extra dimension.

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Toy Story 3D

By Adam Woodward

If Pixar took us to infinity in 1995, then this supercharged re-issue is surely beyond.

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Cars

By Matt Bochenski

John Lasseter has described the film as ‘a present to the world’. You might want to keep the receipt.

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