Skip to comments.The Pixar Theory
Posted on 07/12/2013 3:33:11 PM PDT by null and void
Every Pixar movie is connected. I explain how, and possibly why.
Several months ago, I watched a fun-filled video on Cracked.com that introduced the idea (at least to me) that all of the Pixar movies actually exist within the same universe.
Since then, Ive obsessed over this concept, working to complete what I call The Pixar Theory, a working narrative that ties all of the Pixar movies into one cohesive timeline with a main theme.
This theory covers every Pixar production since Toy Story. That includes:
A Bugs Life
Toy Story 2
Toy Story 3
Every movie is connected and implies major events that influence every single movie. Here we go.
well, where’s your proof?
i think it is a conspiracy i otta ping the guy that does that ping list
How come Kevin Bacon isn’t in there?
also, are the Pixar shorts part of this universe as well?
The author lays out a parallel timeline for the movies in the Pixar universe, lays out the objects and Easter eggs from which movies carry over to which other movies consistent with that timeline, and provides the over-aching narrative that ties the universe together.
Although this doesn’t fit the charter, I’m contemplating pinging the members of the Nut-Job Conspiracy Theory ping list.
He’s seven degrees away?
The author didn’t mention them.
way over thought in my view
I think the only common link in all the Pixar movies is the basic and simple notion of anthropomorphing anything and everything not human - giving humanlike attributes to animals and objects.
That’s it. I do not think there is/was some J.K. Rawling at Pixar who far back mapped a unified and complete “Pixar” world. Your making way too much of the simple. In my view.
But hey, have fun.
Wow that’s obsessive.
Wow...someone had a lot of time on their hands.
I’m sure you could take a lot of different movies and connect them all somehow...but to me, they’re just kid movies. Trying to connect them into some evil environmentalist, A.I. conspiracy, is well....a bit much. ;)
Well - here’s undeniable proof that the Walking Dead and TOY Story are the SAME movie, But WD is for grown-ups:
Hamm... Bacon... close enuf!
Shouldn’t that be the Pixar Unified Theory?
My personal crazy theory is that the Island from “Lost” is really Never Never Land. You’ve got a magical island run by a guy who never grows old, who likes to kidnap babies and blow up ships full of “mercenaries” (pirates?) that show up on his shores. This guy and his “Lost” boys like to wander around barefoot in the jungle, which happens to contain an old pirate-looking ship laying around for some reason. There’s also a giant statue with a crocodile’s head, a dog that seems smarter than some of the humans, and a recurring theme of people with missing limbs. If only they’d thrown in a few indians and a fairy, my theory would have been perfect.
Pizza Planet Truck is in all of the movies (including Brave)
Dynaco is in many Pixar movies.
John Ratzenberger is in all of the movies.
The island in A Bug’s Life is the same island in “Bounding”
There is only connection that I know of at Pixar: John Ratzenberger (Cheers’ Cliff Claven) has voiced a Pixar movie since 1995. To top it off..he’s a Republican.
Pixar is a piker compared to the Wold Newton family.
The Wold Newton family is a literary concept derived from a form of crossover fiction developed by the science fiction writer Philip José Farmer. Farmer suggested in two "biographies" of fictional characters (Tarzan Alive and Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life), that the real meteorite (Wold Cottage meteorite) which fell near Wold Newton, Yorkshire, England, on December 13, 1795, was radioactive and caused genetic mutations in the occupants of a passing coach. Many of their descendants were thus endowed with extremely high intelligence and strength, as well as an exceptional capacity and drive to perform good, or, as the case may be, evil deeds. The progeny of these travellers were purported to have been the real-life originals of fictionalised characters, both heroic and villainous, over the last few hundred years, such as Sherlock Holmes, Tarzan, Doc Savage, and Lord Peter Wimsey.
Other popular characters included by Farmer as members of the Wold Newton family are: Solomon Kane; Captain Blood; The Scarlet Pimpernel; Sherlock Holmes's nemesis Professor Moriarty; Phileas Fogg; The Time Traveller (main character of The Time Machine by H. G. Wells); Allan Quatermain; A.J. Raffles; Professor Challenger; Richard Hannay; Bulldog Drummond; the evil Fu Manchu and his adversary, Sir Denis Nayland Smith; G-8; The Shadow; Sam Spade; Doc Savage's cousin Patricia Savage, and one of his five assistants, Monk Mayfair; The Spider; Nero Wolfe; Mr. Moto; The Avenger; Philip Marlowe; James Bond; Lew Archer; Travis McGee; Monsieur Lecoq; and Arsène Lupin.
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