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Luis504170
Inside Out for me. Although i did really love The Good Dinosaur as well. Inside Out was unlike anything I've ever seen before. The concept is genius, the characters rich, the world imaginative, the plot devices are clever, everything about Inside Out is perfect for me. I have a special connection with Inside Out, and I think it could actually be my favorite Pixar movie. The Good Dinosaur does have some flaws here and there, but i still consider it better than Brave, Monsters University, Cars 2 and A Bug's life. What makes me love The Good Dinosaur as much as I do is Spot, and the chemistry he has with Arlo.
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Arlo
Yes the chemistry Arlo and Spot share is truly beautiful and in my opinion, unlike anything we've ever seen on the big screen
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PixarsBiggestFan
I liked Inside Out more because it was something different and it was good to have a female protagonist. I also felt The Good Dinosaur was constantly showing the opening seen in almost all the promos. Both films, especially The Good Dinosaur, had outstanding visuals. Both films also had outstanding stories.

I liked Sadness more than Spot because she is someone who I can relate to more. At the beginning, Spot is very wild, and real-life wild boys annoy me.
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Bonnie
Huh. Can't believe I hadn't responded to this thread already. I thought I did. 


Inside Out, no contest. Good Dinosaur feels heavily disjointed, and I stand by my position that the ending is just a shameless attempt to toss in something to make people cry without it logically flowing from the story at all. I know people say it was because he treated Spot too much like a pet and he needed to be with his own kind, but 1. I really don't remember him doing so, and even if I'm just remembering wrong, the kid acts like a wild animal, what's Arlo supposed to do, try and prompt him into a card game?  2. Maybe don't have the kid act specifically like a dog if you want us to see him being treated like a pet as a bad thing. 3. even taking it as a valid plot point that fits well, it's till crummily written with them shoving the cave dude in there in the third act out of nowhere.


And yeah, animation studios need to stop having everything with animal-like qualities act like a dog. And Henry just kind of explodes after being shown to be super patient the whole time. And the mark thing was terrible integrated. 


Inside Out's just the better movie. It's one of the few times Pixar doesn't just have our world for an environment, it's funny, and the emotional moments actually flow logically.  


If we're going to rank their shorts, that's a bit more complicated. I enjoyed LAVA only for reasons it didn't intend at all, but I didn't really enjoy Sanjay for any reason other than nice visuals (which LAVA also had, but, again, I give more points to art that isn't just recreating reality, though I realize doing so is hard and can have beautiful results). Is it better to have a short that just failed at its intended purpose and had no impact or to have one that had a positive result that goes directly against the actual intention of it?

Eh, I guess I'd go with LAVA. It was super cheesy, but Sanjay I still think was just flat out badly written ("I knocked over a light, and with no prompting or anything to show how I managed to reach this comparison I began imagining the Hindu gods as super heroes, because we need to get to that conclusion somehow!")


And the sub-question of Spot or Sadness, Sadness. As already mentioned, Spot's "Let's just make him like a dog" thing is something I'm not really into. It also kind of destroys him having a personality, I think, making him be recognizably a dog is put above making him his own character. Plus I just like Sadness. She's kind of cute (I like her tired looking animation, and her slippers) and you feel for her.
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WarrenJB
For me, Inside Out. It's there in my top two or three Pixar films. Just... almost perfectly structured, IMO. In comparison The Good Dinosaur is muddled in ways that I don't think are quite saved by the visuals, characterisation etc. (I actually think there are parts of Monsters University that could give TGD's visuals a run for it's money, with the boost of the strangely-shaped, brightly-coloured creatures fitting better into the world...)

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1. I really don't remember him doing so, and even if I'm just remembering wrong, the kid acts like a wild animal, what's Arlo supposed to do, try and prompt him into a card game?  2. Maybe don't have the kid act specifically like a dog if you want us to see him being treated like a pet as a bad thing... And yeah, animation studios need to stop having everything with animal-like qualities act like a dog.


Oh, yes, that. One of the things on the list I was going to add to my review post in the TGD board. It prevents me relating to Spot - a gag that ran on way past the punchline.
And now I have an image in my head of caveboys sat around a poker table.

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3. even taking it as a valid plot point that fits well, it's till crummily written with them shoving the cave dude in there in the third act out of nowhere.


Not exactly Chekov's caveman. There's a movie out there that I think handles it slightly better, where a character tries to 'protect' their new 'pet' from going back to their own kind in a similar way. Kicking myself that I can't remember what it is...
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ThePolishGent
As much as The Good Dinosaur will always hold a special place in my heart, Inside Out is definitely the best of the two. Not only is it my favorite Pixar film, but it's also my favorite movie of all time. I just absolutely adore the film with it's creative story and characters and it's one of those movies that I can really relate to with my life. Mostly to the center focus of the film beside the 5 emotions which of course being Riley and her struggles. 
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Bonnie
WarrenJB wrote:
Oh, yes, that. One of the things on the list I was going to add to my review post in the TGD board. It prevents me relating to Spot - a gag that ran on way past the punchline.
And now I have an image in my head of caveboys sat around a poker table.



If I had any Photoshop skills at all I'd replace the dogs in that brief shot of them playing poker on the Spirit of Adventure in Up  with images of Spot. [Laughing_zpsee77b0c4]

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Not exactly Chekov's caveman. There's a movie out there that I think handles it slightly better, where a character tries to 'protect' their new 'pet' from going back to their own kind in a similar way. Kicking myself that I can't remember what it is...



It probably isn't what you're thinking of, but I think Ice Age does it better. I appreciate that film's ending so much more because Good Dinosaur was like a chart on how to do it wrong. 
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