Pixar's 'Finding Nemo' became the top grossing animated f...

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    It was such a great film. if you haven't seen it go check it out. it's funny and beautifully put together.
     
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    How many of the top 10 are Disney films?
     
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    Absolutely deserves it. Great film and one thing about Pixar is that they know how to do things right.

    'As for Nemo's future, there are no plans for a sequel — yet. "We're not going to let the hype influence us into making rash decisions," Stanton says. "If there is a sequel, it will happen when there's a story that's equal or better than the first."

    That's the way it should be and Pixar has always stressed the story. :D

    I look forward to getting the DVD in November.

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    I found the Top 5 list.

    Top-grossing animated films in the U.S. and Canada:

    1. Finding Nemo (Disney/Pixar), $313.1 million and counting

    2. The Lion King (Disney), $312.9 million

    3. Shrek (Dreamworks), $268 million

    4. Monsters, Inc. (Disney/Pixar), $256 million

    5. Toy Story 2 (Disney/Pixar), $246 million

    Not bad!
     
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    wow...

    3/5 are pixar films.

    Pixar's in an amazing position at this point.


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