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Tracey Orr 6 years ago
Fantastic! One of Pixar's best
Lino Monteiro over 6 years ago
An excellent short movie. Somehow it reminded me of Tom and Jerry.
Alex Wilkinson over 3 years ago
Phetcharat 4 years ago
Félegyházi Dávid almost 5 years ago
Yudit Lang almost 5 years ago
Toakyro 5 years ago
gio over 5 years ago
Abriel Jenshus over 5 years ago
Rob Thompson over 5 years ago
Marissa Chang over 5 years ago
tiailds almost 6 years ago
toakyro almost 6 years ago
Latika Mehra 6 years ago
Ian Newcom over 6 years ago
Presto is a 2008 American Pixar computer-animated short film shown in theaters before their feature length film WALL-E. The short is about a magician trying to perform a show with his uncooperative rabbit and is a gag-filled homage to classic cartoons such as Tom and Jerry and Looney Tunes. Presto was directed by veteran Pixar animator Doug Sweetland, in his directorial debut. The original idea for the short was a magician who incorporated a rabbit into his act who suffered from stage fright. This was considered to be too long and complicated, and the idea was reworked. To design the theater featured in Presto, the filmmakers visited several Opera Houses and theaters for set design ideas. Problems arose when trying to animate the theater's audience of 2,500 patrons—which was deemed too expensive—and was solved by showing the back of the audience. Reaction to the short was very positive, and reviewers of WALL-E's home media release considered it to be an enjoyable special feature. One...
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