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★★★★☆ What's made Pixar such a successful animation studio over the last 18 years is the level of collaboration which goes into every film. The Toy Story cycle brought digitextual animation to mainstream cinemas as scientists, architects and designers worked together to invent new ways of implementing their product for the screen. A Bug's Life (1998) made staggering advances in crowd sequence animation, while Toy Story 2 (1999) rolled on from the glistening accomplishment of the first instalment. Monsters, Inc. (2001), meanwhile, took its inspiration from the same childhood fantasies we all share - of the evil creature lurking under the bed.

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