I am 55 yrs old and loved Finding Nemo and could not wait to see Finding Dory. I went today with a friend and after watching Piper I turned to my friend and told her even if Finding Dory was not great, Piper was worth the price of admission LOVED IT. (Finding Dory was good also but could not get Piper out of my head. Came home and looked it up on my computer and was excited to see a little teaser (as they called it) and teaser is correct cause it took you right up to the start of the adventure. Dang it I wanted to see it again. Whoever and however they did this animation needs to do some more of this, shoot I could have watched a how movie on Piper. Okay I know it is a short movie but could you throw in another teaser trailer. :-)
Piper (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie
The Synopsis for Piper (2016) 1080p
A young and bright-eyed Sandpiper is motivated by her mother to start hunting for food along with the rest of the flock in the sandy seashore. However, the tiny bird is still terrorised by the surfs that break on the ocean's shoreline, unable to take care of herself. Poor little Piper, growing up is difficult, nevertheless, your caring mother believes in you.
The Director and Players for Piper (2016) 1080p
The Reviews for Piper (2016) 1080p
Wanted moreReviewed bylulubellew-16567Vote: 10/10
I would like to describe the animation into two words based on currently available technology: amazing rendition. The birds and the seaside look realistic. I find the environmental lighting surreal such that the whole scenery is picturesque enough for a photography enthusiast. The expressions on the faces of the characters bring humanity to the screen, and through the little bird - through the events of learning and of immersing oneself for the first time with something new and essential - the natural values of this humanity unfolded. It is amazing overall.
Although I have a complain with the realism of the story line given the realistic rendition; and of course, minus the generally accepted "poetic license" of giving the animals the near-human reactions, the events are too good to be true for a small bird. Perhaps this is the part where they want things to be surreal in order to deliver the ultimate message. However, may we not stretch the reality threshold a little much further for an animation with a realistic rendition such as this? Setting my complain aside, this is a memorable animation almost comparable to what "For the Birds" has achieved from the comical side of the spectrum.
'PIPER': Four and a Half Stars (Out of Five)
A 6-minute Pixar animated short film, that played in theaters before 'FINDING DORY', and it was also nominated for a 2017 Academy Award. This one is about a baby sandpiper, trying to deal with hydrophobia. It was directed by Alan Barillaro, and (like many Pixar shorts) the film contains no dialogue. The visuals are beautiful, and the sandpipers (in the short) seem to behave just like (I'd imagine) real sandpipers do. I love animals, so the story (and imagery) is really touching to me. The first time I saw it, I was actually in the wrong mood, or something, and I wasn't nearly as impressed with it as when I saw it again recently. It's another amazingly beautiful little Pixar film, and I think if you love animals, you'll probably adore it!