Hello, Pixar fans. This is Concernedalien11780. I have been a fan of Pixar films ever since my cognitive memory began to develop (around age three). At first, I liked them simply because my mom liked them. She was a sucker for their emotional stories, and I just didn't know any different at that age. By age twelve, I actually knew that I liked Pixar on my own merits, no one elses. While I'm not a very emotional person, and the only things that make me cry out of emotion are real things, I know how to be impressed and moved by a deep story. Even though most of the stories the movies tell have been done before many times, Pixar often tells them better than those that had told them before and even sometimes perfects them through its mixture of quirky humor, beautiful animation, and powerful looks at the human condition. The first two Toy Story films, A Bug's Life, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Wall-E, and Up are some of my favorite films of all time, especially Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, and Wall-E. While I did not quite like either Cars film, Toy Story 3, Brave, or Monsters University as much, with Brave and Monsters University feeling more like Blue Sky Studios productions than Pixar films, the Cars movies being even lower-tier than that, and Toy Story 3, while not awful, just not my favorite because of how Lotso's plot doesn't seem to match his anguish, I think that Pixar is making its way back up. Inside Out looks like it will be a return to form for the studio, and after that, who knows? Good Dinosaur and Dia de los Muertos look like they will at least be OK. Toy Story 4 better be good, because I think the story of the toys should've ended with the third one, and I'd say that even if I did like Toy Story 3 more. Cars 3 will be, well, Cars 3, so yeah. Finding Dory may be good, despite my annoyance with a few of the behind-the-scenes decisions made that I don't feel comfortable talking about on this blog until I've gotten my feet under me here and I've earned the trust necessary to make potentially controversial statements with minimal reprieve. I hope to make many good edits, have good discussions, and make many good friends on this wiki. Thanks for welcoming me onto this wiki, and remember not to take the Pixar Theory too seriously or act like John Lassester, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton, Brad Bird, Lee Unckrich, Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman, and Don Scanlon are trying to convey it through the films.