Top 5 Best Pixar Movies

Walter counts down the Top 5 Best Pixar movies this week. Does your favorite Pixar movie make the list? Find out now!

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lilith_ascennding
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Monster’s Inc. is by far my all time favorite Pixar movie. In fact, it’s my third favorite movie over all! I love the creativity of the world, I love all the characters and their unique personalities, and of course the story is also amazing! I’ve watched Monster’s Inc. so many times that I have it practically memorized. What really pays off is what happened behind the scenes. Namely, the decision to follow the actual toddler playing Boo around with a microphone and just recording her little giggles, sobs, and babbling as she did her own little thing. Also, the fact… Read more »
happymel
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Woah! I didn’t know about the whole recording in the same room thing. That’s really interesting.

TragicGuineaPig
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Ah, The Incredibles. Or, as I like to call it, the only GOOD Fantastic Four film. EDIT: Never mind. You reference it. Here’s my list: 1. Toy Story 2. 2. The Incredibles. 3. Toy Story 1. 4. Up. 5. Ratatouille. I like Ratatouille, mostly because it addresses through story a LOT of culinary concepts. For example, that one scene where he demonstrates that blending a grape with cheese creates a new kind of flavor, showing how the secret of good flavor is knowing what kinds of things to combine. I especially love how they demonstrate the concept of COMFORT FOOD,… Read more »
happymel
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I’ve seen every Pixar movie except for Cars 2. My top five Pixar movies are 1. The Incredibles, 2. Wall-E, 3. Ratatouille, 4. Monsters Inc., and 5. A Bug’s Life.

taykel
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You have picked some good ones here. My top two favorites would have to be Inside Out and Finding Nemo.

Welshguy
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My own list:
1. Toy Story 2
2. The Incredibles
3. Toy Story 1
4. Monsters Inc
5. Inside Out.

angel85
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my personal favorites are Wall-E and The Incredibles (the latter of which I want to get a sequel the most) but really there isn’t a one that I didn’t at least like, except for the Good Dinosaur, an incredible looking movie but it was just SO dumb…

Welshguy
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Pixar currently seems to be in a bit of a rut when it comes to making original material.
Hopefully Coco will turn things around for them.

Connor Anthony Avila
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Well actually my favorite pixar film is finding nemo it is just a great story and the characters are very easy to relate to one another,and showing something very new and very nostalgic for years to come.

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