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Disney Pixar Complete Collection [Blu-ray]

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  • Directors: John Lasseter, Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich, David Silverman, Andrew Stanton
  • Producers: Brad Lewis, Ralph Guggenheim, Bonnie Arnold, Darla K. Anderson, Kevin Reher
  • Format: Box set
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Dutch, Hungarian, Portuguese, Russian, Ukrainian, German, Turkish, Hindi, Arabic
  • Dubbed: English, Hungarian, Portuguese, Russian, Ukrainian, Kazakh, German, Turkish, Flemish, Hindi
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 22
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios HE
  • DVD Release Date: 11 Nov. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00EYZUEOY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,231 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Product Description

Toy Story
-Audio Commentary by Director John Lasseter
-Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs: Blast Off
-3 Animated Studio Stories
-Buzz Takes Manhattan
-Making Toy Story
-Filmmakers Reflect
-The Legacy of Toy Story
-Deleted Scenes
-Design Galleries

Bugs Life
-Audio Commentary by John Lasseter
-Filmmakers’ Roundtable
-A Bug’s Life – The First Draft
-A Walt Disney Silly Symphony:
-Grasshopper and the Ants (1934)
-Behind The Scenes of “A Bug’s Life”
-Production Feature Documentary

Toy Story 2
-Audio Commentary by Director John Lasseter
-Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs:
-International Space Station
-Paths to Pixar: Technical Artists
-3 Animated Studio Stories
-Pixar’s Zoetrope
-Making Toy Story 2
-Outtakes
-Deleted Scenes
-Design Galleries

Monsters, Inc.
-Filmmakers’ Round Table
-Monsters, Inc. Ride and Go Seek:
-Building Monstropolis in Japan
-Roz’s 100 Door Challenge Game
-Directors Audio Commentary
-For The Birds – Theatrical Short
-Mike’s New Car – Original DVD Short

Finding Nemo
-Aquarium
-Reinventing the Submarine Voyage
-Deleted Scene: Alternate Opening
-A Lesson in Flashbacks
-Finding Nemo: A Filmmakers’ Roundtable
-Knick Knack Theatrical Short

Incredibles
-Director’s Audio Commentary
-Boundin’, Pixar Short Film
-Jack-Jack Attack, Pixar Short Film
-The Incredibles Revisited
-Studio Stories: Gary’s Birthday
-Animator Audio Commentary

Cars
-Mater and the Ghostlight – Original DVD Short
-One Man Band – Theatrical Short
-Deleted Scenes

Wall-E
-Presto – Theatrical Short
-BURN•E – Original DVD Short
-Geek Track
-Axiom Arcade
-WALL•E’s Treasures & Trinkets
-Deleted Scenes
-3-D Set Explorations
-Behind The Scenes
-The Pixar Story by Leslie Iwerks

Up
-Partly Cloudy – Theatrical Short
-Dug’s Special Mission – Original DVD short follows the misadventures of -Dug
-Feature Documentary: Adventure is Out There
-Alternate Scene: The Many Endings of Muntz

Toy Story 3
-Day & Night – Theatrical Short
-Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs:
-The Science of Adventure
-The Gang’s all Here
-Goodbye Andy
-A Toy’s Eye View: Creating A Whole New Land
-Beyond The Toybox: An Alternative
-Commentary Track
-Roundin’ Up a Western Opening
-Bonnie’s Playtime – A Story Roundtable
-Beginnings: Setting a Story In Motion
-3 Studio Stories
-Games and Activities

Cars 2
-Director Audio Commentary
-Hawaiian Vacation – Theatrical Short
-Air Mater – Cars Toon
-The Nuts & Bolts of Cars Land
-World Tour

Brave
-La Luna – Theatrical Short
-The Legend of Mordu
-Brave Old World
-Merida & Elinor
-Bears
-Brawl In the Hall
-Wonder Moss
-Magic
-Clan Pixar
-Once Upon a Scene
-Extended Scenes
-Director Audio Commentary
-“Fergus & Mor’du” An Alternate Opening
-Fallen Warriors
-Dirty Hairy People
-It’s English...sort of
-Angus
-Tapestry

Monsters University
-The Blue Umbrella – Theatrical Short
-Audio Commentary

Pixar Short Films Collection 1
-The Pixar Shorts – A Short History
-Audio Commentaries

Pixar Short Films Collection 2

-Audio Commentaries
-With Introduction: Nitemare, Lady and the Lamp, Somewhere In The -Arctic, A Story, Winter, Palm Springs, Next Door
-Cars Toon: Mater’s Tall Tales
-Studio Story: McQueen Has No Hands
-Mater Bumper-To-Bumper
-Making Mater’s Tall Tales
-Unmade Tales
-Cars Toons Storyreels

From the Back Cover

Bugs Life- Ratatouille-Walle & Up are Region 'B' the rest of the box set are region free

Customer Reviews

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By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 Nov. 2013
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There doesn't seem much point in telling you what's available to watch as that's already been described well enough so I'll just let you know the quality.

The box itself is surprisingly small at 160x140x130mm. Compared to the amount of room the blu ray packaging would normally take up it may seem a little underwhelming but actually it works beautifully. The box lid is fully removable & fits snugly.
There is foam either end to keep the cases tight. The discs are held in card digi-paks which is how it all fits in so small.
Instead of just reproducing the original artwork each title has a unique portrait of one of the films main characters. So for instance Toy Story 3 has Lotso, Wall-E has Eva & finding Nemo has Dory & Monsters inc has Boo etc. None of the images are of the main character which is a nice touch.
Added to this is that each film's discs are colour coded with the cover background and the inside of it's own packaging & are unique to that film & to the box set.
The spine of each case has the title, date of release & a colour coded star that matches the films own packaging.

The booklet, while printed on nice paper, colourful & with a few facts on each film, (not sure how useful knowing the box office takings for each film is?), is really little more than a gap filler. Nice to have but little more.

This is a weighty little item & there is something very pleasing about the package as a whole.

A star is lost because the sound on Ratatouille & Wall-E remain non-HD. It wouldn't have hurt to have a bit of re-mastering for this set. Also, although not flimsy, it won't stand up to the bashing little hands are likely to give it.

All in all this is a really nice item.
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I'm reviewing the box, not the included blu-rays/movies

The item arrived within 4 days of purchase to Sweden. The box set itself is gorgeous and I highly recommend this set. I managed to get it through Amazon lightning deals at £54 which is a bargain considering it includes 14 feature length movies and ALL of the short movies as of yet (2014).

What I don't like, and you can see this in my pictures, is that it seem that they have had some accident (damage to the box) during the production of the box. The reason you can tell it happened during production is that it only have affected the top lid. everything underneath and above (the plastic) is unaffected of the damage. I have also seen several other pictures of the box which has the same type of damage.

Because of this I will remove a star from a box set which otherwise deserves a 5 star review.
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Not only does this boxset contain all of the full-length films we've come to know and love from Pixar (at least up until Monsters University as I ordered this before Inside Out was released), but it also contains all of their short films, including those from their very early years, as well as tonnes of interviews and making-of featurettes which really gives you an insight into how the company grew and the many changes it has gone through over the years, such as the losses of Joe Ranft and Steve Jobs. Sure, Cars 1 and 2 are mis-steps in an otherwise flawless collection of films, but Pixar has produced more perfect films in its lifetime than other companies could produce in 10 lifetimes. Definitely worth the money even if you're familar with only a few of the films.
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A superb set, you're getting so much value for money here. 14 feature films, each of which look stunning on my PS3, with loads of shorts and each film full to the brim with special features. The box is great too, smaller than you'd think and is really minimalist in design: it looks brilliant. It's everything PIXAR have done up to Inside Out, so if you're a fan this is the set to get!
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It should be noted that I also preordered this set under the guise that the discs were region-free. They aren't. There are enough complaints, and mine would add nothing new.

So instead, let's review the actual product:

A collection of wonderful movies in a convenient storage box.

The Movies

If you don't know these movies, you are missing out on some wonderful story telling. Great watches for the entire family.

The Box

Minimal packaging is appreciated. Sadly, one child stepped on the cardboard lid and broke one side so it no longer fits snugly. Hardly the fault of the product. Cardboard movie sleeves may become an issue over time but more than likely, all will be fine.

Summary

Excellent collection and a must-have for families of young and old alike.

Note to US buyers

I converted the collection to digital via Vudu. (There are other services out there, Vudu happens to be my preference.) This solved the issue of not having digital copies included as well as converting the non region-free movies to usable content. This is my preferred means of media consumption, so while it may be a great remedy for me, it may not be for all.
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Gave this set as a gift. It has all ypur favourites in one box!
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