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- Oct 2016
However, Pixar’s features ground themselves—and their adult specta-tors—in a set of “traditional” binary oppositions between male and female, good and bad, servant and master.
This transitions into the next paragraph about race playing a part in giving examples for bring "racialized servants".
Alongside this sheer pleasure in ma-teriality and movement, Pixar operates with a nostalgia that is both regressive (in its reliance on traditional notions of gender, class, and morality) and liberat-ing (in its embrace of an ironic, detached view of the present).
The author uses this sentence to effectively bring to our attention the nostalgia Pixar movies bring to us now that we are older.