Between the Lines: 8 Pixar Cartoons With a Much Deeper Meaning Than You Would’ve Ever Thought

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Usually, when you watch a cartoon, you don’t think it can teach you a lot. In fact, some of the cartoons have a deeper philosophical meaning that some of the movies out there.

Nexter.org is ready to share some of them with you.

Toy Story (1995)

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Toys in Toy Story represent real people with the same friendship, love, hate, and homesickness. They live their lives just the way we do. And they also want to love and be loved.

Monsters, Inc. (2001)

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The job of the monsters is to scare people and we all know that fear is a powerful weapon. But, as the characters of the carton soon found out, there is something even more powerful and this is mutual love, respect, and benevolence.

Finding Nemo (2003)

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As any other good parent, Marlin wants to protect Nemo from all the evil in the world. But as it usually happens, his overprotection didn’t do any good. Children need to experience the world and learn from their own mistakes. You can’t live a life for your child. All you need to do is just give them your support and understanding.

The Incredibles (2004)

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This cartoon teaches us about the way we need to treat the gifts that are given to us. At first, this family tries to hide their superpowers but they don’t feel like they are being themselves. By rejecting your gifts, you reject who you are.

Cars (2006)

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Lightning McQueen is a typical representative of a person who doesn’t know how important people who surround him are. He thinks that he can do everything on his own. When in fact, his friends, family and fans help him win.

Ratatouille (2007)

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Remy the rat is a perfect example of a person who is not afraid to chase his dreams no matter what. It doesn’t matter what your background is, whether you rich or poor, whether you are a rat or a human, if you really believe in what you are doing and work hard to get it, you’ll succeed.

WALL-E (2008)

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We are responsible for everything we are doing. You might not see how a single plastic straw you take with your drink can hurt the planet, but it does. WALL-E shows us a possible future if we don’t live responsibly.

Brave (2012)

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You are not your parents and you don’t have to build your own life according to their expectations. Just as we see in Brave, Merida was in love with the adventures so she followed her own path, even though according to all the rules, she was supposed to become a princess.

We hope you liked this post and learned from these deep cartoons.


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Between the Lines: 8 Pixar Cartoons With a Much Deeper Meaning Than You Would’ve Ever Thought
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