John Lasseter Film Reviews

John Lasseter is one of the world’s most renowned filmmakers and animators. He has created numerous ground-breaking animated films and won many prestigious film awards.

Throughout his career, John Lasseter has been involved in various animation genres, from comedy to science fiction. This article looks at some of the most noteworthy films he has directed in his illustrious career.

Achievements of John Lasseter Film Reviews

Director, 1991

The Adventures of André and Wally B. (1991) The first film directed by John Lasseter in his career was an adaptation of the children’s book by the same name. The film, which also starred Timon and Pumbaa from the popular Disney series The Lion King, won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation.

Director, 1999

Home on the Range (1999) John Lasseter produced this Disney-animated musical comedy aimed at a young audience. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and received 2009 Golden Globe nominations in 10 categories – one of which included ten nominations in total.

Director, 2009

The Princess and the Frog (2009) This Disney-animated musical fantasy-comedy film was the first time that John Lasseter had worked with Disney since his Brave Little Toaster days. It received positive critical reviews from major publications and received two Oscar Award nominations.

Director, 2012

Brave (2012) This Pixar film about a young Scottish princess won two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures. It also received Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Animated Feature Film and Best Original Score.

Director, 2009

Toy Story 3 (2010) A third and final animated film in the Pixar trilogy, Toy Story 3 was centered on the friendship between a boy and his favorite toy. The film received mixed reviews from critics but did win two Academy Awards – Best Animated Feature Film and Best Original Score.