The New Pixar Theory

I would like to say that I myself like Pixar movies and watch a lot of them. I am only adding on to what the original theory says, which is that all of the Pixar movies are connected. But if you want to know more, I suggest searching it up on this very site. Thus, I begin.

The new movie from Pixar that I haven’t seen mentioned is Finding Dory. *SPOILER ALERT* In the movie, Dory ends up remembering a family memory. She immediately runs off looking with the help of Marlin and Nemo. They find themselves at a marine biology institute in California, where Dory used to live.

This definitely goes to show humans are defiantly experimenting on animals. This next part is the good part. Dory finds a way the institute and is put into quarantine. She sees a fish and asks for help but he says, “Psh, me help you,” and sneezes all over his fish tank.

This is MY theory. Wall-E is the last movie in the theory. There are NO animals in Earth except for the little cockroach. Maybe a disease wiped out all marine life, causing an EXTREME food shortage on Earth. People starving and pollution drove humans off of planet Earth in search of a better home.

At the end, the captain plants a seed and the credits look like cave drawings. Not only are all of the movies connected, but it is a cycle. An endless cycle of life. A masterpiece, written by Walt Disney himself.

  • Joseph Lim

    What incoherent nonsense is this?

    • Lois Baker

      Every theory has something new and believable involved with it. It’s just cool y’all are smart enough to think of these ideas. My mind is still blown from the first time I seen the “all Pixar movies ate related ” suggestion.

  • PurplexiaSphinx

    … Alright, that’s pretty interesting. Not quite sure how it’s a pasta, but it’s pretty interesting. I like it!