We have a small treat for our readers this week, as Vue Cinemas in the UK have teamed up with us to offer a couple of lucky readers tickets to see the Pixar adventure Brave in its silver-screen glory.

Brave was recently released in the UK and comes highly recommended by us at Filmophilia. Tickets are not the only thing you can win, as Vue Cinemas also have a game on their own Facebook page, where you can win a Scottish adventure holiday, a Sony Bravia TV and more prizes.

But to get a chance to win those lovely free cinema tickets, all you have to do is comment on this post and tell us what your favorite Pixar film is. The name of the film is enough to get you entered, but you get an extra entry into our metaphorical hat if you share an explanation or a memory of seeing said film as well. So, comment away, folks. Remember, though, a legitimate e-mail address is necessary to win the tickets. Don’t worry, we won’t share it with anyone.

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  • http://filmophilia.com Erlingur Gretar

    My one is Up, closely followed by WALL-E and Toy Story 3. Up is such a magnificent blend of epic and personal film that I just want to see it win the Oscar for Best Picture every year until a better film comes out.

  • Kate Wilson

    Up is my favourite. I saw it on a double date with a friend, and I don’t think any of us made it through dry eyed. It’s so touching and beautiful.

  • Sam Kleinman

    While I’m torn between Ratatouillie and Wall-E, The Incredibles takes the top for me, simply because of Edna Mode. She is quite possibly the best ‘animated’ character ever created. Everything she says is hilarious and the voice is done by Brad Bird, the director, (now thats talent).

  • Haraldur Ágústsson

    Finding Nemo. Because I love the sea.

  • Nick Powell

    Toy Story. Nothing beats the first, nothing beats the best. Screams nostalgia for me and I can’t look back on my childhood without picturing it.

  • Guðmundur Valur

    While I suspect Brave will become my favourite, with it’s theme and Billy Connolly and all, my current pick is Wall-E. The first 45 minutes of that film is the best cinematography I’ve ever seen.

  • Birgir Smári Ársælsson

    WAll-E is the favorate at the moment. The memmory I connect to the movie is when I and my girlfriend was driving home from the theatre, seeing Wall-E for the first time, we came across a dead rabbit in the road. There are many rabbits around where I live and saddly this happens to often. At any other moment I would have been slightly angry and cursed who ever drove over the poor thing. But coming home from a such a sweet and happy film the contrast was different. We stopped the car and moved the bonecrackling body of the street. When we were walking back to the car we saw another rabbit hopping along to the dead one and we halted. We watched in so much sorrow as the rabbit tried to wake his companion. This was heartbreaking. This also reminds me of the animated film Watershio Down, which tells a story of rabbits which I saw as kid. So Wall-E reminds me of the rabbit and the rabbit brings nostalgia into the mix og happinness and sorrow.

  • http://gottglap.wordpress.com Axel Gústavsson

    Toy Story 2.
    I’m not even a big fan of the series as everyone else who grew up watching it, but the second installment is short, sweet, to the point and oh so very charming. I love the use of it’s established characters and the well developed newcomers.Plus I just plain love its sense of fun.

    Overlooked and rarely mentioned, but definitely my favorite.

  • BlueFox94

    “WALL•E” – This film changed my life by opening my eyes to animation as an art form essential for the progression of visual media. This film proved to me that animation was certainly not just for children but for viewers of all ages. Hands-down the greatest animated film to come from this decade.

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