>>100997454>That scene is legitimately better than anything Pixar has put out in the last few years
Because that is Pixar's and Disneys mindgame. They think that a sad moment isn't meant to balance the contrast of the movie, but rather it should be made to appeal the critics so they can have good ratings. No wonder their sad scenes have been so predictable since the incinerating room in Toy Story 3>DUDE EVERYONE LOVED THIS SCENE, LET'S MAKE IT A HOUNDRED TIMES FOR NOW ON
It is why there are no more original Disney movies from now on. They're working on pre-established characters since writting an original character is troublesome enough.
Now, as a chess player, there's one phrase that goes ''It's not recommended to move the same piece twice''. In certain Disney films, they track down a single feeling for the audience to experience, and translate it to their story. If something is missing, they play it out. ''Oh, I sure wonder if Dory's gonna find her parents in an overly dramatic sad scene!''
Dreamworks on the other hand, tends go contrast the nature of the movie very often, to the point where some of their jokes can feel a little out of place. We already got a couple of sad moments by now, so one may think ''Oh it's gonna be a scene where they cry over Po's supposed death''. And then this happenshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvhqTIfJWa8&t