"Pixar Short Films Collection: Vol 2" Blu-Ray Review


“Pixar Short Films Collection: Volume 2” on Blu-Ray is a hit! I can’t begin to tell you how much fun we had watching these 12 Disney-Pixar shorts. One of my favorite things about going to the movies to see a Disney flick, is the fun Pixar shorts that debut before the movie starts. They are always so creative and have adult funnies hidden within them. It is so exciting to be able to have this collection on one DVD to view over and over again at home. I enjoyed Day & Night, Hawaiian Vacation and La Luna the most. The vivid colors really shine through on the Blu-ray quality of the dvd and those story lines are simply awesome.

Some of the short films include:

Burn-EBURN•E is a dedicated, hard working robot that finds himself locked out of his ship and quickly learns that completing a simple task can often be a difficult endeavor. Based on characters from ‘WALL•E.’ (Directed by: Angus MacLane)

Dug’s Special Mission – In this funny short based on the character from ‘Up,’ Dug is sent on a foolish mission by Alpha, Beta and Gamma so that they can hunt for the Bird of Paradise Falls by themselves. Soon Dug discovers that where he belongs is not where he’s been looking. (Directed by: Ronnie del Carmen)

George & AJ – Inspired by Carl’s escape, senior citizens around the city unite to make their own “escapes,” much to the chagrin of George and A.J., in this short that features characters from ‘Up.’ (Directed by: Josh Cooley)

Air Mater – In this hilarious short, Mater decides he wants to learn how to fly and is accidently recruited by an elite group of formation flyers, the Falcon Hawks. (Directed by: Rob Gibbs)

Time Travel Mater – When a clock lands on Mater’s engine, he travels back in time to 1910 where he meets Stanley, the founder of Radiator Springs. (Directed by: Rob Gibbs)

Your Friend The Rat – ‘Ratatouille’s’ Remy and his brother Emile guide fans through world history from a rat’s perspective. (Directed by: Jim Capobianco)

Partly Cloudy – This humorous short features baby-delivering storks who receive their special packages high in the stratosphere, from clouds who sculpt babies and bring them to life. (Directed by: Peter Sohn)

Presto – When Presto, a great turn-of-the-century magician, neglects to feed his rabbit one too many times, the magician finds he isn’t the only one with a few tricks up his sleeve. (Directed by: Doug Sweetland)

Day& Night – This short follows Day, a sunny fellow, who encounters Night, a stranger of distinctly dark moods. As their suspicions turn to curiosity, they are delighted to find that this budding friendship can offer a new perspective on the world. (Directed by: Teddy Newton)

Hawaiian Vacation – Fans will love this “Toy Story Toon,” as Woody and Buzz lead a group of toys in giving Ken and Barbie the Hawaiian vacation of their dreams – without ever leaving home. (Directed by: Gary Rydstrom)

Small Fry – Fans’ favorite team of toys is back in this clever “Toy Story Toon.” Buzz Lightyear is left behind at a fast food restaurant where he finds himself in a support group for discarded toys. As Woody and the gang devise a way to rescue their friend, Buzz tries to escape the toy psychotherapy meeting. (Directed by: Angus MacLane)

La Luna – The timeless fable of a young boy coming of age in the most peculiar of circumstances, in which he discovers his Papa’s and Grandpa’s unusual line of work. (Directed by: Enrico Casarosa)

Bonus Features include seven rarely seen student films created by John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton and Pete Docter. I love how you can select to have an introduction to their shorts to explain how and why they made these films. To me these guys just aren’t animators/directors; they are geniuses who have brought to life characters that I cherish.

Films are:


The Lady & The Lamp

Somewhere in the Arctic

A Story


Palm Springs

Next Door


If you love Pixar and the fun short films that are played before Disney movies in the theaters than this is a must own Blu-ray collection and would make a great holiday gift!

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