• The 4 stages of watching
Stage 1: Crying I
Stage 2: Crying
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Stage 3.
Stage 4: Credits
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    • What's your favorite Pixar movie? Personally, I think Ratatouille is the best Pixar movie.
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    • " Her death wasn't sad" it's sad for that reason. It shows their life together and how it all flew by so fast, then she's gone and time seems to stop and become meaningless to him. It teaches great lessons on how life is like a flame in the wind. Appreciate it while its there. Their bond was deep
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    • Honestly it’s a great movie. The dog was pretty awesome
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    • That moment when you realize that when he took off to south america he didn’t take any extra supplies or anything of the sort with him he was going there to die
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      pimann 7 sep
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    • (crying, continued)
      NickelW 7 sep
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    • Up reminds me of the loss of one of my grampas. I miss him so much.
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    • That montage hits like a goddamn freight train every single time
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    • One of my favorite movies of all time. I could go for hours about this movie
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    • I enjoy Wall-E
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    • I hate these reddit memes
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    • I haven't seen it since it came out
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    • I feel like some of the movie was skipped here
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    • I feel like people only think of sadness when you watch up but it’s suppose to be more than that
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    • Incred 7 sep
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    • Me after watching girls gone wild
      Ialo 7 sep
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    • I watched up while getting a big tattoo. Really added to the whole experience
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    • besides the intro part the movie is pretty mid ngl
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    • Neil DeGrasse Tyson
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    • And kevin
      Euclasse 7 sep
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    • Nah Doug and Kevin are pretty funny
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    • I never saw this movie...is it good?
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    • Up is a good movie, but everyone overhypes it based on the opening alone
      EdgyElla 8 sep
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    • When I was a kid, I always wonder why would he go on their dreamland (the waterfall idk whats it called) without food. Seeing this comments now, it just struck me that he'll go there to die while keeping their promise. Shits hit me harder than before
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    • I've never seen it.
      The_Game 8 sep
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    • You just skipped over the alright in between moments
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    • Cant see what i see
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    • Michael Giacchino did the music for this masterpiece. His music captures such an amazing emotion towards the film. Look up "Letting Go" from the film Super 8. Michael Giacchino did that one as well and it is just as touching.
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    • fucking hate people and their damn theories. tHe BoY wAs HiS dEcEaSeD cHiLd. aahhh yes, the asian kid, of course of course
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    • The intro is a undeniable masterpiece but the rest of the movie never comes close to the start
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    • I haven’t watched the movie in almost 8 years bc it constantly makes me cry
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    • Can't hear la vie en rose without being sad thanks to Up
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    • I honestly have never cried over a movie or show, I dont even remember crying over one when I was a kid
      Dead_Mix 8 sep
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    • Pussy
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    • I dont know why but I never cried when I watched up, it was kind of sad but I've seen far more sad movies
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    • The intro is really good, the rest of the movie is good, but the intro hypes up the movie too much
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    • 4 stages of watching Up: i dont watch up
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    • Ba da da da, ba da da da, da da da, dada da dada da da da...dadada, dadada dadada...bumbumbum,bumbum,bumbumbumbumbum...bum...bum...bum...bum...
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    • Honestly the movie wasn’t that sad
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    • Only pixar can people cry within 10 mins of a film
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    • Nah its more, Sad, Sad, funny, funny, sad, funny, sad, sad.
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    • It wasn’t sad
      _carl 8 sep
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    • The only reason why he wanted to stay alive was to fulfill her dream. Until Russel came along and helped take him off the dark and dim road he was walking ever so slowly on. The message behind the movie is so deep that it never ceases to make me cry.
      loofalee 8 sep
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    • up was bad let's be real
      TwoDuece 8 sep
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    • Stage 2.5: haha funny talking dog
      a15m 8 sep
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    • I absolutely hate this movie and refuse to watch it even ever someone ask, not because it's sad but because I hate that fat kid so fucking much
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    • Yo that's my sleep schedule
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    • As the holy one once said... “The first 5 minutes of Up does not make the entire film a masterpiece”
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    • And THATS a great movie
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    • The whole movie
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    • Best pixar movie is monsters inc
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    • I've never cried because of a movie but I have for a game or 2
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    • Carl looks just like my grandpa just sometimes without glasses (and mine is more buff). But my grandma is still alive so he is better lol
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    • Beginning of the movie was memed to death so i didnt feel much when the wife died. But for some reason the ending had me in tears.
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    • Nothing beats that scene when the house lands exactly at the edge of the mountain
      13faces 8 sep
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    • The beginning does not define the whole movie, and I feel it’s overrated because of how good the beginning scene is with the wife, still a solid movie tho
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    • Never seen it
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    • The first 10 minutes of the movie are bomb, the last 10 are also bomb. Everything in between in mediocre at best
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    • I've never cried while watching up
      LEWAY 8 sep
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    • Jokes on you iv never seen it all they way through
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    • You forgot about the part where we all simultaneously came seeing Kevin for the first time. Right guys?😎 haha.....right?
      VarkazX 8 sep
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    • Laugh, laugh , laugh, and then cry cus I’m not laughing anymore
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    • I didnt cry
      IceByte 7 sep
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    • I must be heartless because I don’t cry. I understand it’s really sad but I just can’t seem to cry at any stories, even real events. I only cry when something directly happens to me (family/pet death realization of time’s unending march)
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    • eh. It was never really sad again after the first fifteen minutes.
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    • The only part of UP I've ever seen is them fighting on the blimp. Against an army of dogs. How does that fit into the movie or was that just a dream
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    • Only if your a bitch
      sjs0621 7 sep
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    • The 4 stages of watching "Down"
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    • I did not cry at all during the course of this movie
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    • I like the part where there is a bird
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    • UP is the greatest animated movie to have ever existed and you literally cannot change my mind because it is a fact.
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    • What’s the last one? I haven’t seen it in so long. Is that just because it’s over? Because then yes it’s time to cry
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    • "I hid under your porch because I love you"
      Rums 7 sep
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    • One Pixar movie that made me cry was the good dinosaur.
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    • Do people legitimately cry during this movie? Or is it just an exaggeration? Cause honestly, it’s not that sad
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    • Stage 2.5 laughing at dogs.
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    • Gay
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    • Maybe this is controversial, maybe not. But there is a right answer to the question, “what is the best Pixar movie”, and it is Toy Story.
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    • This movie is a lot like my grandpa's love life. Expect he nooned my grandma then diddled with some boy scout before they caught him.
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    • I cried like a bitch during that movie
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    • Stage 4: Cancer
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    • For anyone that's wondering horniness happens in the third phase of crying
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    • Don’t remind me
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