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New Pixar shorts collection includes CalArts student films by John Lasseter, Pete Docter and Andrew Stanton

November 14, 2012
Entertainment Weekly (EW.com)

Sometimes good things come in small packages — especially if you have the attention span of an 8-year-old hopped up on Gummi Bears. If anyone's been able to make kids sit still over the past 20 years, though, it's the computer-whiz confectioners at Pixar, whose string of hits — from 1995's Toy Story to 2012's Brave — have ushered in a second golden age of animation. Still, as any parent will tell you, little Billy or Susie can find Nemo only so many times before growing restless again. Thankfully, the good folks at Pixar have been salting away a stash of fresh, fun-size 'toons for their latest grab bag, Pixar Short Films Collection: Volume 2 (2012, 1 hr., 15 mins., G). Read Story

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