There are plenty of Disney-Pixar theories out there, but this is the first we’ve heard that includes every animal in the entire universe. This one in particular would necessitate belief in the “Pixar Theory,” or the idea that all Pixar films take place in the same universe, and are interconnected:
If YouTube’s SuperCarlinBrothers are right, all species in the universe are adversely affected by interaction with humans, and the world we’ve polluted. It was probably Finding Dory’s prominent conservation theme that inspired his theory, and parts of it do seem plausible. For example, dogs like Up’s Dug don’t speak, nor did Toy Story 2’s Buster. Meanwhile, the entire ocean is very lively, and capable of interacting with one another on a human level (Dory, Nemo, Marlin).
The video explains away characters like Ratatouille’s Remy by posing the argument that rats thrive in dirty, polluted surroundings by nature.
The theory, then, would suggest that all Pixar movies have an underlying theme of the negative influence of pollution. There’s a constant faction between humans, machines, and animals throughout.
Not buying it? Check out the in-depth explanation below.