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Boo is the witch?

 

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Well thought out connections, but really they are sh*t. Is it really a conspiracy if Pixar want to use the same themes/objects etc in different movies.

 

It'd be much more believable if the time of release of these films corresponded to this timeline.

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Boo is the witch?

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Well thought out connections, but really they are sh*t. Is it really a conspiracy if Pixar want to use the same themes/objects etc in different movies.

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That theory is the definition of reaching

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its nice n that but im strugglin to believe this is an intentional thing by pixar

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The theory makes huge leaps in logic

 

It's nothing more than Pixar adding in a narrative / nod to their other movies in their films

 

Simpsons Do it

 

tarantino does it a lot, you can make a connection through characters, brands and other things in all his films

 

Vic Vega from reservoir dogs and Vincent Vega from Pulp fiction are brothers

 

Donny Donowitz AKA the Bear Jew from Inglorious Basterds is the father of Lee Donowitz, the movie producer from True Romance (a soldier guns down hitler in a movie theatre, his son grows up to be a prominent hollywood producer)

 

Red apple cigarrettes appear in about 3 or 4 tarentino movies 

 

The Fox Force 5 discussed as the pilot show of Marcellus Wallace wife in Pulp Fiction, actually discrbes the 5 female assasins in Kill Biil

 

All of his films exist within the same universe and often, timeline

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People have way too much time on their hands. The only Pixar thing that I think is intentional is the promotion of forthcoming movies within the older flicks. There isn't some big overarching story the animators just like to throw easter eggs in there, why not

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