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Every Pixar closing shot will make you weep with joy


If you like, we can tell you it's all going to be alright. But we'd be lying. In approximately five minutes and 29 seconds you are going a blubbering, shuddering mess of happy-sad. 

A Vimeo user known only as 'Sean' has made a supercut of every closing scene from Pixar movies. Warning: you're going to cry and you're not really going to know why. 

If you're dreaming of clips from Inside Out 2 and Wall-E: The Sequel to join those above, however, we have some bad news. Recently, Pixar announced it was only planning to make two more sequels in the coming years.

On the plus side, at least we can just watch that supercut over and over again. See you in about two days, k? 



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