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Toy Story (1,2,3)
98 42%
Finding Nemo
23 10%
A Bug's Life
15 6%
Monster Inc.
26 11%
The Incredibles
14 6%
Cars (1,2)
1 0%
Ratatouille
7 3%
Wall-E
24 10%
Up
27 11%
Voters: 235.
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#1
Out of all the movie studios, Pixar is pretty good at consistently rolling out top-notch films (maybe not Cars 2), not only for their animation merits but as pure story telling.

So pittians, which was your favourite?

Mine? Has to be Wall-E, it's straight up on of my favourite films full stop. So imaginative/charming but as with most pixar features, it's poignant.

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Last edited by ButtHurt© at Jan 24, 2012,
#2
Toy Story?

I dunno, they all seem to be the same movie just in different settings with different characters.
#3
Up. Best movie ever.

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#4
Cars 2, followed by Cars, was by far the best Pixar movie, how thick can you get? Toy Story sucked.
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#6
Toy Story and Ratatouille.

Monsters Inc. was really good too.

To be honest they're all ****ing good, there's no point in choosing only one.
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#7
Up.
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i personally loved Up. the first bit, with the wife and when she dies, i almost shed a manly single tear
#10
Monsters Inc, Ratatouille, and Finding Nemo stand out to me the most.
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#11
A Bug's Life and Monsters, Inc were pretty ballin'
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#12
Toy Story 1 or 2, or Up!
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#14
Im a sucker for all Pixar films so i dont have a favourite :P
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#15
Toy Story films. Anything else is shit, except for Monster's Inc and A Bug's Life [2nd and 3rd repectively].
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#16
DAMN this is hard.
Monsters Inc is so groovy.
Up is wonderful.
Wall-E is wonderful.
Toy Story 3 was pretty special.
#18
Toy Story was groundbreaking but I havn't seen it in years so I am afraid I can't say much else.

Toy Story 2 I only saw once but I remember it being pretty good.

Havn't seen Toy Story 3 yet.

Finding Nemo I feel was overrated. It was good but after watching it twice it lost it's humor.

A Bugs Life is another one I havn't seen for years, although I remember enjoying it.

Monsters Inc would be my top choice for "older" Pixar films. Damn I love that film!

Cars was ok, but it wasn't anything special.

Cars 2 I hear is an abomination.

Ratatouille again I think is overrated. I may have missed the point but it just seemed silly.

Wall-E was incredible, although I feel the film would have been better if it had remained in the same vein as the first half hour (minimal dialogue). I also felt it went a bit too unrealistic when in the few hours that Wall-E is on the ship, everyone becomes aware of his existence and starts cheering for him because he's the hero etc etc it just seems out of place.

Up I voted for as the best Pixar film. I laughed more than I did in any other Pixar film, but also I feel it is the most powerful.
#19
I love Wall-E but I'm not sure Toy Story can be beat. They're all great though.
#20
Toy Story 3
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#21
Toy Story 1/3
The Incredibles
Monsters Inc.
Finding Nemo
Ratatouille
Up

in that order. I haven't seen/don't care much for the rest in comparison to those ones.
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Up. Best movie ever.

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I want to say Toy Story, because I spent a good third of my childhood wearing out the VHS, but Up! was so good, I have to vote for it.

after that opinions get muddy, I love all of the Pixar movies, with the exception of Cars
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#23
As much as love the rest of them, I'm going to go with Toy Story.
It's amazing.

And the third one is just perfect, from the perfect timing of it's release, to the feeling it had. Excellent movie.
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#24
I haven't seen Up, but I get the impression it's really good.
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#25
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#26
Monsters Inc.
Up
Toy Story
Everything else


Cars
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I haven't seen Up, but I get the impression it's really good.



it's half children's movie, half man struggling to give his life some semblance of meaning.

I don't know why that worked, but it did
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I want to say Toy Story, because I spent a good third of my childhood wearing out the VHS, but Up! was so good, I have to vote for it.

after that opinions get muddy, I love all of the Pixar movies, with the exception of Cars


Seriously. I would vote for Toy Story because I remember it being such a radical progression of animated movie making, told through one of the sickest stories ever. But Up! is so damn good as a movie - perfect, really. We can all be heroes, even in old age.

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I haven't seen Up, but I get the impression it's really good.


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#30
Finding Nemo, followed by the Incredibles (Watched it twice a day when it came out) followed by the Toy Story series, followed by Cars.

Never really paid attention to ay of the other ones, though Up was decent.
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#32
I think Up is overrated. The first 10ish minutes are superb and probably one of the best introductions in any movie ever. The rest of the movie just didn't really live up to that 10 minutes. I kindof wish they would've kept it a silent movie.
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#33
Monsters Inc. without a doubt.
Then Wall-E, then the first 2 Toy Storys.

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best Pixar short animations?
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#37
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Source?

I know they're making a Monsters Inc. prequel; Monster University I believe.

Hope this isn't a trend. Toy Story, OK, the two sequels were superb.

By a sequel to Cars? A prequel to Monsters Inc? AND you're telling me sequel to The Incredibles?!

Not a good sign I don't think.....

Though the trailer for the new film, Brave, looks promising.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEHWDA_6e3M
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Seriously. I would vote for Toy Story because I remember it being such a radical progression of animated movie making, told through one of the sickest stories ever. But Up! is so damn good as a movie - perfect, really. We can a-SQUIRREL!

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