Disclaimer: This article may contain some spoilers
Pixar and Disney are notable for creating incredible (no pun intended) movies, such as Finding Nemo, Cars, and Monster’s Inc. But as we grow older, the makers are getting smart and are making sequels relative to the watchers’ ages. For example, Toy Story was made in 1995. If the average kid watched this as a seven-year-old, by the time Toy Story 3 came out in 2010, the kid would be 22 and graduating from college.
I personally grew up watching these movies when they already had some sequels, and I enjoyed all of them. But as I get older, the movies coming out were more and more emotional, such as Monster’s Inc with Monster’s University making the “break up” of Sully and Mike make a more strong bond.
After watching the sequels and coming back to the originals, I noticed one thing: they all make the sequels a little worse than the originals. So the moral of the story is, no matter how new the sequels are, the originals will always be better.