I have literally only noticed three so far.
1. In Toy Story, the countdown to the next start in Pizza Planet shows the exact time Woody and Buzz will launch a Sida rocket later in the movie.
2. Also in Toy Story, Buzz interacts with the Binford Toolkit. Binford is a fictional franchise from Listen Who’s Banging starring Tim Allen (who voices Buzz in the American original).
3. And the books behind Woody are all the titles of old Pixar shorts.
4. In Toy Story 2, the image at the very beginning shows a star cluster in the shape of the famous Pixar lamp.
5. In Toy Story 3, Buzz batteries are from Buy n Large, a company based in WALL · E.
6. In Toy Story 3, you can still see the seams on Woody’s arm that were used to sew him back on in Toy Story 2.
7. In this shot you can see that Andy has measured the size of his toys and marked them on the door frame.
8. At Above, all of Ellie’s things are round or domed, while Carl is rectangular and stiff, reflecting their different personalities.
9. Russell releases one side of his shirt collar like Carl did when he was young. This is a clue that they may not be all that different after all.
10. Anton Ego’s face is less skinny and emaciated at the end of Ratatouille because he has rediscovered his love of food.
11. Earlier in the movie, Ego’s typewriter is shaped like a skull and his office is shaped like a coffin.
12. Colette has a minor burn on her forearm from the hot oven shelves, which is a common injury among cooks.
13. The mime in Ratatouille looks ~ dodgy ~ like Bomb Voyage from The Incredibles
14. In The Big Crawl, Manny, the male mantis, is married to a butterfly because the female mantis would kill him immediately after mating.
15. This Asian take-away noodle box from The Big Bug also appears in Ratatouille and Inside Out.
16. The Coco – More alive than life! Ernesto’s guitar has a gold tooth on the skull that adorns her head. This is a hint that it was Héctor’s guitar all along.
17. Héctor’s original music for “Remember Me” is to be played “simple, tender” and at an expressive pace. Ernesto almost twists it into the exact opposite, giving it a hard, upbeat rhythm and playing it extravagantly and enthusiastically.
18. A few Pixar piñatas in the form of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and Mike Wazowski briefly in Coco – more alive than life! see.
19. In the Land of the Dead there is a poster for The Incredibles (dead version, but still).
20. You may have noticed that the company’s office windows look like skulls, but you may not have noticed that the light bulbs are too.
21. Even the spaces between the buildings are shaped like skulls in the land of the dead.
22. In Finding Nemo, Bruce the shark says, “I never had a father!” Male sharks leave females after mating and do not raise young, so this would be biologically correct.
23. Also in Finding Nemo, the dentist leaves the toilet without washing his hands just before working with the patient’s teeth. Ugh
24. There is a Buzz Lightyear toy on the floor in the dentist’s office.
25. Riley’s fantasy playing cards in Inside Out have faces that look like Riley and her parents.
26. At Monsters, Inc. Boo gives Sulley a Nemo toy, although Finding Nemo was only released two years by PO Monsters, Inc.
27. This Sulley gag is a tribute to the classic Looney Tunes cartoon Feed the Kitty because it’s pretty much the same take after take.
28. Sulley’s chair has a hole so his cock won’t get in the way when he sits down.
29. In WALL · E, previous captains have often served for 100 years or more, indicating that the technology is advanced enough to drastically extend human life.
30. The keyboard of this robot with WALL · E is all 1s and 0s because it only enters binary code.
31. When WALL · E is struck by lightning at the beginning of the movie, its battery is fully charged.
32. In Cars, cliffs and canyons are shaped like old cars.
33. A member of the pit crew who says he’s not called Chuck is listed as “Not Chuck” at the end of the credits.
34. In Cars 2 there is an advertisement for “Auto Life Insurance” Insuricare. Insuricare is the same company that Bob Parr worked for in the early days of The Incredibles.
35. All dogs in Merida – Legend of the Highlands are Scottish Deerhounds, which is the type of dogs people had in Scotland at the time, especially the royal family that went hunting.
36. In Arlo & Spot, Earth’s continents are closer than usual, indicating that Pangea has just divided.
37. Downburst, one of the dead heroes in The Incredibles, seems to be able to fly with “gas blasts” such as farting or belching.
38. This letter from Insuricare on Mr. Huph’s desk is a memo asking employees to pay for their own stationery due to “financial cuts”, although the memo later says Insuricare is making “record profits”.
39. From the moment Buddy (played by Jason Lee) gets into Mr. Incredible’s car, Mr. Incredible calls him Brodie. That was the name of the character played by Jason Lee in Mallrats.
40. And finally, in The Incredibles 2, the painting in Helen’s hotel room symbolizes her separation from her family: the single red line on the right (Helen) is far from the tall, wide red line (Bob), the high thin line (Violet), the shorter line (Dash) and the red dot (Jack-Jack).
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This article was first published in English.