10 events during which unreliable Pixar heroes appeared

Sometimes heroes, as flawless and praiseworthy, seem unreliable at times with their hasty decisions. Pixar‘s works contain many error-prone heroes; They are not immune to error and share the good and bad moments of their lives with a generally young audience. Some of these heroes can be forgiven for their mistakes, but some indulge in so much sabotage and selfishness that they may cause irreparable tragedy.

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These moments may be due to a misunderstanding for some of the heroes, but others auction off the trust of the audience and it is difficult to forgive them. Of course, no one is perfect, and showing these flaws in the animated characters is what makes Pixar so special.

* Warning: In the continuation of this article, a part of the story of the movies will be revealed.

10. Lightning McQueen ignores his subordinates

  • Movie Name: Cars
  • Year of publication: 2006
  • Director: John Lester
  • Voice actors: Owen Wilson, Paul Newman, Bonnie Hunt, Larry de Cable Guy, Michael Keaton, John Ratzenberger
  • Movie IMDb rating : 7.2 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 74 out of 100

From the very beginning of the Pixar car animation, the audience realizes that Lightning McQueen, who is also a high-speed and extraordinary racing car, is one of the most self-centered characters in the story; He is not compassionate enough and does not care about the time of others. One of the moments that causes him so much trouble with this false pride is the confrontation with the tow truck that works for him. He decides to hit the road at night and forces Mack to take him to his destination in order to reach his long-time rival Chick Hicks.

Of course, the unfortunate Mc repeatedly expresses his tiredness and asks McQueen to let him rest for a while and then continue on his way, but the red racing car prefers to ignore his arm to reach the goal. Of course, the result of his unreasonable trust in a tired and sleepy driver is not good at all, and it causes him to be thrown out of the trailer and dangerous conditions are created.

9. Merida’s father’s wrath could have been at the cost of Queen Eleanor’s life

  • Movie Name: Brave
  • Year of publication: 2012
  • Director: Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman
  • Voice actors: Kelly McDonald, Kelly McDonald, Kelly McDonald, Julie Walters, Robbie Cultern, Kevin McKeed
  • Movie IMDb rating : 7.1 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 78 out of 100

In Pixar’s brave animation, men seem to be waiting for the slightest excuse to die, but small battles only end when they conclude that Queen Eleanor has been killed by a wild bear. Princess Merida does her best to explain to her angry father King Fergus that no wild bears have attacked the queen, and that it is in fact her mother bear that has fallen into disrepair due to her mistake.

To be fair, it is natural for King Ferguson not to believe this story and, in view of his troubled state, to imprison her to protect Merida, but despite this justification, there is still no doubt that the king is suddenly unreliable. Merida, even in her most vulnerable state, could not trust her father and share her problems with him; Because the king thought of nothing but hunting bears.

8. Without happiness, Riley’s other feelings were completely shattered

  • Movie Name: Inside Out
  • Year of publication: 2015
  • Director: Pete Doctor
  • Voice actors: Amipour , Bill Heather, Lewis Black, Mindy Calling, Diane Lane
  • Movie IMDb rating : 8.2 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 98 out of 100

It is clear that happiness was the feeling that formed the basis of everything from the beginning and was in control. The rest of Riley’s emotions, from grief and anger to fear and hatred, did not have much control over Riley’s mood, but it is clear that when happiness goes away, control temporarily falls into the other senses.

In fact, happiness played a key role in balancing everything and controlling the situation with his enlightenment. As he leaves, anger, hatred, and fear get out of hand, and worst of all, the result of their unbalanced behaviors completely affects Riley’s mood, and he goes to the brink of emotional collapse and running away from home. This deplorable situation continues until happiness returns and with his clever decision gives sadness another chance to rectify the situation.

7. Mike decided to get rid of the odor anyway

  • Movie Name: Monsters Inc
  • Year of publication: 2001
  • Director: Pete Doctor
  • Voice actors: John Goodman, Billy Crystal, Mary Gibbs, Steve Bosmi, James Cabern
  • Movie IMDb rating : 8.1 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 96 out of 100

From the very first time Mike met Bo, like Sullivan, he showed no interest in him, and as a monster who was adept at designing all kinds of maps, he decided to use whatever way he could think of to save himself and his comrade Shafiq from Get rid of the hand of this troubled child. Until he finally encounters a threat in the middle of the film that can turn it into an opportunity and get rid of the odor.

Randall asks Mike to take Bo to a fake room in a part of the factory so he can later use it to test the screaming power supply. Mike plots to convince Sullivan that they finally find Bo’s door and can take him home. Sullivan, who is suspicious of Mike’s plot, delays in delivering the baby, and eventually Mike is kidnapped by Randall!

Of course, Sullivan arrives later, rescues his old friend, and ends up happy after the whole chase, but in any case, Mike becomes one of Pixar’s most unreliable heroes, which at one point could complicate matters a lot.

6. Linguini endangers his life and that of his family after Remy’s betrayal

  • Movie Name: Ratatouille
  • Year of publication: 2007
  • Director: Win Win
  • Voice actors: Patten Oswalt, Le Romano, Peter Sean, Brad Garrett, Peter O’Toole
  • Movie IMDb rating : 8.1 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 96 out of 100

The meaning of Pixar’s Ratatouille story seems a bit childish, but there is no doubt about how mature the plot of this Pixar animation is. Scenes of the chef’s confrontation with the harsh food critic Anton Ego are really spectacular, but Ratatouille has a strange and unique look at the treatment of mice and also deals with the complexities that may arise in daily life.

The spectacular relationship between Remy and Linguini challenges the fact that mice and humans can not have a peaceful relationship with each other. They trust each other, but when Linguini realizes that Remy and his family have betrayed him and attacked the warehouse, he gets angry and kicks them out of the restaurant, and this angry decision puts Rami and his family in danger. In fact, Remy and Linguini are both among Pixar’s beloved heroes who became completely unreliable at times and caused a lot of trouble.

5. Joe Gardner uses 22 only to get back to life

  • Movie Name: Soul
  • Year of publication: 2020
  • Director: Pete Doctor
  • Voice actors: Jimmy Foxx, Tina Phi, Graham Norton, Rachel House, Alice Braga
  • Movie IMDb rating : 8.1 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 95 out of 100

Joe Gardner is a music teacher in the animated Pixar Spirit; So he had to understand how important it was to help the younger generation find their interests, but he went on to show that he did not seem to have a clear understanding of the issue. After years of fruitless efforts in the world of jazz and doing small things, Joe finally finds the opportunity to pursue his dreams in middle age and become a member of his favorite singer, but unfortunately not everything goes well and his soul enters the world after an unexpected accident. Barzakh is leaving.

In this strange world, young souls are preparing to enter the world and be born, and with the help of their mentors, they are looking for interests that can make them happy in their future lives. In the purgatory, Joe meets a rebellious spirit named 22 who apparently enjoys nothing and cannot find his interest. From now on, Joe has only two choices; Either accept his fate and say goodbye to life, or steal permission to enter the earth from 22 and return to life. So he decides to take on the role of coach of this rebellious spirit and bring himself to the ground as he can.

4. Woody’s jealousy always makes him the first-line culprit of sabotage

  • Movie Name: Toy Story
  • Year of publication: 1995
  • Director: John Lester
  • Voice actors: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Dan Rickles, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Jim Warren
  • Movie IMDb rating : 8.3 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 100 out of 100

Woody was clearly Andy’s favorite toy at the beginning of the toy story, and although he never admits it, the clever cowboy in the toy story has always been proud of it. But Woody’s reign does not last long. With the arrival of the new and advanced toy, the Lighter, all the attention is drawn to him, and other toys can clearly see the jealousy in Woody’s behavior.

This crazy cowboy jealousy of the space ranger makes him do nothing to get rid of it. Of course, Woody, with all his jealousies, is not malicious and does not like to damage other toys, but in any case, he causes trouble, he also loses the trust of his friends, and he has to work hard to restore their trust.

3. Woody accuses Jesse of sabotage

  • Movie Name: Toy Story 2
  • Year of publication: 1999
  • Director: John Lester
  • Voice actors: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Jon Kiosk, Kelsey Grammar, Dan Rickles
  • Movie IMDb rating : 7.9 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 100 out of 100

Woody in Toy Story 2 is kidnapped by a greedy collector named El to be sold as one of the most iconic and nostalgic children’s characters of decades ago, along with Bolsa, Jesse and the old gold digger to the Toy Museum in Tokyo. Jesse is happy that Woody is stuck in the barn because he thinks it will lead to a better fate, but the cowboys refuse to go with them.

Woody’s last and only attempt to escape is thwarted by the sudden turn on of the TV and the awakening of El, but the culprit is unknown. At this moment, Woody blames Jesse for no apparent reason and simply because the control is so close to the chamber, while Jesse has his own reasons for not trusting Woody.

2- The amazing lady is suspicious of her husband’s happiness

  • Movie Name: The Incredibles
  • Year of publication: 2004
  • Director: Win Win
  • Voice actors: Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Wowell, Spencer Fox, Jason Lee, Samuel L. Jackson
  • Movie IMDb rating : 8 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 97 out of 100

In Pixar’s amazing animation, Bob tries to stay with his family and bring joy and happiness back to his daily life by reviving what he once had as a superhero. The main problem with his idea is that in today’s world, the activities of superheroes are illegal and endanger his family if identified.

His wife Helen, or Wonder Woman, gradually becomes suspicious of Bob’s little joys, as much as she thinks she is in a relationship with someone else, but her main reason is that she thinks Bob’s superhero activities can reveal their true identities and cause trouble for the whole family. To throw.

1. Mr. Frederickson goes to the brink of moral collapse to make his dream come true

  • Movie Name: Up
  • Year of publication: 2009
  • Director: Pete Doctor
  • Voice actors: Ed Asner, Christopher Plummer, Jordan Nagai, Bob Patterson, Delroy Lindo
  • Movie IMDb rating : 8.3 out of 10
  • Raton Tomitoz Movie Score: 98 out of 100

Mr. Carl Frederickson, the beloved old man of Pixar, while struggling with the grief of losing his beloved wife, decides to make his dream come true and travel to South America; So he attaches a large number of balloons to his house to embark on a new adventure, but the main drawback of the plan is that besides him, a scout dog and a boy named Russell stay at home and inevitably accompany him on the journey.

Carl and Russell, who have no moral resemblance to each other, are forced to tolerate each other temporarily. Until the head of a rare bird is found. At first, Carl does his best to take good care of the bird and Russell because he believes the chicks need their mother, but at the end of the film, instead of doing the right thing, he at least chooses to make his dream come true.

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