Since last year's unforgettable "Up" and this summer's record-breaking "Toy Story 3," we all (well, most of us if not all) can agree that Pixar can never go wrong (to paraphrase from a movie buff). But more than the successful and unforgettable films they've made (as well as their stories and characters) and the constantly-groundbreaking technology, perhaps the greatest thing pixar has achieved and sustained is a legacy that mirrors that of Walt Disney himself. Such a legacy involved a pursuit of achieving the essentially impossible (look at "Ratatouille," "WALL*E" and "Up"), and also an emphasis on what is worthwhile, what is convincing, what is real, and not just for the sake of being made.
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