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    Cars 2 (2011): 39%!
    Tangled (2010): 90%



    Cars 2 (2011): $200M
    For reference, Tangled (2010): $260M (Most expensive animated film ever)




    Cars 2 (2011): $191,452,396 Domestic, $559,852,396 total
    Tangled (2010): $200,821,936 Domestic, $590,721,936 total
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    Re: Pixar Statistics

    I never had a desire to see Cars 2. I didn't buy into the whole "we're going over to Japan and we're spies now" thing.

    Isn't Tangled under Walt Disney Animation?
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    • #3
      Re: Pixar Statistics

      Proof that you can't always go by the critics. They gave Cars a 74%. My son wore out our copy of Cars and I never got tired of watching it with him.

      Yes, Tangled is Disney Animation.

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      • #4
        Re: Pixar Statistics

        I threw Tangled in for comparative reasons
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        • #5
          Re: Pixar Statistics

          We liked both Cars and Cars 2. Cars 2 was hilarious and there are so many "Easter Eggs" to look for.

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          • #6
            Re: Pixar Statistics

            I enjoyed the original Cars, though I didn't see it in the theater. I wasn't big on it, but after watching the movie, I actually enjoyed the story. Cars 2 (literally) put me to sleep in the theater for about 20 minutes. Tangled was just god-awful on way too many levels.
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            • #7
              Re: Pixar Statistics

              For some reason I thought that TS3 did much better than that... Guess I was wrong... Not that $340 million is bad...
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              • #8
                Re: Pixar Statistics

                Toy Story 3 did over a BILLION dollars worldwide. Its the top grossing animated film ever (unadjusted). That graphic was created when the film was early in its release.
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