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12 Beautiful Pixar Animated Movies That Carry a Deep Psychological Message

By Andrew Alpin, 17 July 2019

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5UP (2009). “It’s never too late to fulfill your dream.”

Up was a sad and emotional movie about loneliness in old age. Carl just can’t get over his late wife and the adventures they shared and dreamed about together. He ultimately decides to go on a travel alone in his flying house when a funny and weird boy scout makes him change his plans. The movie teaches us that even in old age we don’t really need fairy tales and we can fulfill our dreams in reality.

UP (2009). “It’s never too late to fulfill your dream.”

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6WALL-E (2008). “We are responsible for our planet.”

Who can forget this one that stole the hearts of many? This movie was not only about deep emotions and feelings. It was about responsibilities where WALL-E teaches us how we should be responsible for the earth that we are damaging. It was showing us the possible future of our planet if we just keep on bleeding its resources dry.

WALL-E (2008). “We are responsible for our planet.”

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7Ratatouille (2007). “Follow your dream, even when they say you are not worth it.”

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This was an incredible movie where the rat Remy dreams on becoming a chef and yet even though no one believes him, he pursues his dream regardless. The movie teaches us that if you possess the courage to pursue your dreams and goals, then your looks and background isn’t important.

Ratatouille (2007). “Follow your dream, even when they say you are not worth it.”

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8Cars (2006) “Don’t forget those who always believed in you.”

Cars was another beautiful movie that we fell in love with. It was about the character Lightning McQueen who is the typical confident winning character who learns a lesson in life that we should not underestimate the importance of a team in achieving combined goals. His friends, fans, teachers and colleagues all take part to help him win by reaching the finish line first.

Cars (2006) “Don’t forget those who always believed in you.”

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