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Wow these gifs are amazing.

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That last gif is completely mesmerizing.


Lol best blog entry I've read in days.


Yikes. Splinters.


ahahahahaha this post is SO EPIC WIN.
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Brilliant! I was actually thinking about the fact that these movies share a title just yesterday. Thank you for always knowing exactly what I want to see.


I'm wondering how many splinters the girl in the second to last GIF got when filming that scene.


I am eternally greatful to Margo Winchester, the hero of our story, and the best fake name to have ever graced last call.


This post is why the internet was created.
Thanks for sharing so that we readers could bask in the beauty that is your twisted mind. Brilliant.


Those last 3 gifs... just...WOW.


Can I Netflix this? Those gifs...blown away!

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This is absolutely genius. Bravo! Now, it's time to find a copy of the Meyer film ...

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I own Meyer's Up! It is by far one of my favorite films ever made. I don't believe you can Netflix it - Meyer had his own distribution company and made it really difficult to get his films anywhere besides his company -
Thanks for this awesome and hilarious comparison. I remember when Disney's Up came out and I thought people were originally talking about going to see a reprint of Meyer's Up! It got me excited for 30 seconds or so. Then I was back in reality.


what is this a shot of? it looks like pubic hair but then there's the swell of breasts...i'm so confused...

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It just goes to show, you can't be too careful.

Dean Rispler

@ Jenn - that's a shot of a rosebud tattoo right above the pubic mound. It's a bizarre still - the shadows make it weirder than it is.


I am so glad to know that you are bringing Meyers love to the internet. I want to rub my boobs against this post.


thanks to you and the wonderful Frank Decaro, Kitten Natividad lives in in infamy.


Those gifs are truly stunning. The vividness of the first one is beautiful.

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Up was released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD in North America on November 10, 2009 and will be released in the United Kingdom on February 15, 2010.It features the film plus the theatrical short Partly Cloudy and the new short Dug's Special Mission, as well as an audio commentary by director Pete Docter, the documentary Adventure is Out There on the filmmakers' research journey to South America, The Many Endings of Muntz (an alternate ending of sorts), and a digital copy.

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It's a bizarre still - the shadows make it weirder than it is.

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This is ridiculos, I really liked the UP cartoon, it has deep sense. How do you even dare to compare it with some cheap greasy porn?....

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