Freaking out about Sci-fi & Moives

Pixar Short, Lifted

It such a shame that these days to see a short animation you have to see it before a main feature from Disney.
However lately I have seen them starting to turn up on You Tube.
As this has been uploaded without the permission from Disney or PIXAR, it will most likely get pulled off. So check it out before they get You Tube to pull it down.

This is Lifted, it was shown with Ratatouille in 2007



3 responses

  1. I had to see a stupid Simpsons short when I took my niece to see the new Ice Age the other day. Those are made by Fox, not Disney. 😉

    I think they mostly do that because they charge so much for the movies and I guess they decide to give you a little more for your money. When you think about it, it’s a bit of a ripoff when you’re paying the same amount of money to see a 1.5 (or less) hour movie as you are to see a 2 to 2.5 hour movie. Also, it’s a throwback to the golden days of cinema when they ALWAYS ran cartoons before movies.

    20/07/2012 at 15:33

    • Cinema Prise are just a joke now. The last film I saw on the big screen cost me £12.80 and that was in 2D. If I was to see it in £d it would have cost around the £15 mark.

      As for the shorts you use to be able to see them on British TV at the weekends. However some prat thought that Tom and Jerry was to villant for Children. So they where pulled for TV, But it was not just Tom and Jerry. It was all shorts from WB, MGM and Disney. Now the only way to see these classic shorts are on the Cartoon Network and the Disney Channel. (both Channels are only avaialbe on cable/sat.)

      23/07/2012 at 06:21

      • I grew up watching Tom and Jerry. How is it too violent? Yeah, CN and Disney are only available on cable/sat here too. I don’t get why CN is the only station anymore on which you can see good cartoons (when they’re not running crap.)

        Ice Age: Continental Drift was the first movie I’ve paid to see in a theater in a while. I went for my niece. Though, the local cinema that shows first-run movies has a deal where it’s only $5 on Tuesdays. (so, naturally, we went on Tuesday) The rest of the time, they rake you across the coals. I only see movies in 2D and even those are over $10/person for adults now. I don’t even want to contemplate how much 3D movies cost. I also saw Brave in Virginia when I was visiting my niece and my sister before my niece came up here to Ohio for a visit, but my sister paid for those tickets. But. she and her husband make good money, so they don’t worry so much about dropping more than $40 for some movie tickets. (there were only 4 of us going, one was an 8-year-old child :()

        23/07/2012 at 06:54

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