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Wonderfully Poignant Tribute To Pixar Movies

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If the last Toy Story movie didn’t make you weep like Gazza getting a back, sack and crack from Terry Venables then you’re cold and dead inside and should immediately seek medical attention.

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with crying at cartoon toys who secretly come alive when you're not looking and sound suspiciously like Tim Allen. Nothing wrong at all. In fact, Pixar - the geniuses behind it - have probably made you cry a lot over the years during movies like WALL-E, A Bug's Life, Finding Nemo, Ratatouille and many others.

Now, brace yourselves, because you’re probably about to well up once again when you watch this wonderfully poignant tribute to the Pixar movie canon.

It’s the emotive music over Dory’s (she’s a fish) soliloquy that gets us.

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