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‘It doesn’t take much for me’: Chris Evans Reveals Which Pixar Movies Made Him Truly Cry

Pixar is known for making adults and children cry wildly. They are charming films that frequently offer us crucial insights that inspire us to analyze our own life. The new Pixar picture, Lightyear, is a spinoff of the Toy Story franchise, which is infamous for making people cry. Chris Evans, who plays Buzz Lightyear, admits that he, too, is not immune to crying while watching a Pixar movie.

Pixar's latest movie Buzz Lightyear
Pixar’s latest movie Lightyear

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Buzz Lightyear, the inspiration for the character in the popular Toy Story franchise, is the focus of Lightyear. And Lightyear appears to be a hit with audiences, with an 87% approval rating from the general public and a 77% approval rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes.

Chris Evans revealed the Pixar movie that made him cry

Chris Evans
Chris Evans

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During an interview with MTV News, praising the emotional aspects housed in a Pixar film, Chris Evans revealed that it doesn’t take much to convert him into a “blubbering mess.” He clearly mentioned all four Toy Story movies, Inside Out, Up, and Coco, saying that even the space adventures under Pixar’s banner have the capability to make the audience cry.

“I mean, it doesn’t take much for me. Pixar does an amazing job. All the Toy Story movies. 2, 3, and 4 will rip your heart out. But Inside Out gets me, Up obviously gets me, Coco got me. I mean even in a space-action adventure, they still manage to get you. So it’s something they do really well and they can weave in and out of those emotional pockets back to the comedy, back to the action, with ease.”

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Pixar's Lightyear, Izzy Hawthorne
Pixar’s Lightyear, Izzy Hawthorne

Each Toy Story film has been progressively tragic, with Toy Story 4 concluding with the group bidding their goodbyes to Woody. Up perhaps the most dramatic moment of any Pixar film, depicting Carl and Ellie’s wonderful connection, which unfortunately ends with her death. Evans may be a famous name, but it’s necessary to keep in mind that he’s simply a normal bloke who, like his fans, can get caught up in a film’s tale.

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Lightyear is now in theaters. 

Source – MTV News

Written by Varshit Sharma

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