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Found Film Friday – TOY STORY: REQUIEM

James Wallace

by: James Wallace
June 18th, 2010

There are many a trailer mash-ups out there on the YouTube. BROKEBACK TO THE FUTURE, 10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT COMMANDMENTS, and MUST LOVE JAWS just to name a few. But none are more awesome than TOY STORY: REQUIEM, a hybrid of two films that could not be more polar opposite in...well...everything. TOY STORY and REQUIEM FOR A DREAM.

And yet, despite their polarity, when cut together they create one of the most twisted Pixar films never made. I know those guys like to push the boundaries of how dramatic they can make a film of the animated genre, but this makes TOY STORY look like...like...REQUIEM FOR A DREAM!

For your viewing pleasure, I present to you your Found Film Friday for June 18, 2010 in honor of TOY STORY 3's release- TOY STORY: REQUIEM

Got a FFF suggestion? E-mail the link to [email protected] with Found Film Friday as the subject!

Found Film Friday is a weekly series inspired by the neat videos I sometimes come across in my frequent perusing of the Internets. Whether they be short films, fan-made movies, experimental films, music videos, comedic spoofs, cats playing Rush covers on a mini drum set, or anything else that does not fit into those categories, I enjoy the accessibility of interesting content the web provides in way of the moving image. And so, because I want to share these gems of video with you good people, I post a video of the week also known as Found Film Friday.

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