John Lasseter Film Reviews

John Lasseter is an animator, director, producer, and writer. He pursued his talent at the California Institute of Arts. John Lasseter got the 2453rd star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame for his incredible work in the film industry. Some of his works are:


Rapunzel, a lost young princess who longs to leave her lonely tower, is the protagonist of Tangled. She goes against her foster mother’s will after she decides to go out with an intruder, Flynn Rider, who takes her to a world she has never seen before. The movie grossed $592 million worldwide, with $200 million coming from the US and Canada.


It is a 2007 American comedy film directed by Pixar Animation Studios and produced by Pixar Animation Studios. The title alludes to the French cuisine ratatouille, served after the film, and the main character’s species, a rat named Remy. Despite his family’s wishes and the apparent obstacle of being a rat in a rodent-phobic profession, Remy dreams of becoming a renowned French chef. The film’s narrative, animation, voice acting, and Michael Giacchino’s score gained great critical acclaim, grossing $623.7 million worldwide. It also has a rotten tomato score of 96 percent.

The Incredibles

The Incredibles is a 2004 American superhero film directed by Pixar Animation Studios and produced by Pixar Animation Studios. The story revolves around Bob Parr and His wife Helen Parr, superheroes AKA Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl. Years later, they are forced to hide identities and retire as Superheroes living with their three children. But later on, they head to battle against an old fan-turned villain seeking revenge from Mr. Incredible.

It grossed $632 million worldwide, making it the fourth highest-grossing film. On rotten tomatoes, it receives a 97 percent rating. John Lasseter became the managing director of Animation at Skydance Animation in 2019, and he has continued bringing stories to the world.