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As for the shorts, either Presto or Day&Night. Probably Day&Night.
Only 2 weeks before we saw Toy Story 3, my friend and I were talking about the death of 2D animation, and how someone needs to find some innovative way to bring it back while incorporating/integrating it with modern 3D animation. We didn't know how they'd do it, but we even joked and said PIXAR would be the team to figure it out. Sure enough, the moment Day&Night finished, we both looked at each other in the theater in shock, as if PIXAR heard our call and answered. Pixar, you do so much for modern creativity and imagination. With all the mediocrity out there, I'm so happy there are children who get to grow up with your work. Please keep it up.
Well of course I love Finding Nemo and I also love all the Toy Story movies especially #2. And for short I choose For the Birds, I also remember seeing a snow globe short where a snowman was trying to escape and get to the sunny side where the ladies were, I have no clue what it was called.
Up is hands down my favorite. My favorite short is Presto! I would also give an honorable mention to Brave which I thought was much better than a lot of critics and much more than a "Disney" movie like it's detractors say