My Top Pixar Movies

Okay – Now that I’ve finally seen Monsters University (My review HERE if you’re interested), I figured now is the time to finally rank my favorite Pixar films. Because I’m sad like that. And obsessed with Pixar. And list-making…

In order, starting with my favorite & ending with my least favorite (Cars 2, no surprise there): πŸ˜‰


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2. Toy Story

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3. Monsters, Inc.

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4. Finding Nemo

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5. Toy Story 3

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6. Toy Story 2
7. Monsters University
8. Up
9. A Bug’s Life
10. The Incredibles
11. Brave
12. Ratatouille
13. Cars
14. Cars 2

24 thoughts on “My Top Pixar Movies

      • Definitely. LOOOOVE Wall-E. I’ll be the first to admit that the beginning is absolute genius but it does go downhill once Wall-E leaves Earth. But it stays at number one as everything leading up to then is, in my opinion, almost a masterpiece. So I can overlook later imperfections… πŸ™‚ Unlike with Up, which starts out just as strong as Wall-E does but unfortunately I just really don’t enjoy any of the rest of it when they’re not focusing on Carl & Ellie.

    • I know. Sorry. 😦 Up is a weird one. I LOVE the beginning and anything having to do with Carl & Ellie’s relationship. Yet don’t really like any of the REST of the movie. :-/ Talking dogs and all that… I wish the whole thing was just Carl & Ellie.

  1. Great list! I would probably put Up and The Incredibles up there, but I’m pretty sure that our lists would be pretty similar! Would you mind if I “steal” this idea for my blog? hahaha

    • Thanks. πŸ™‚ We do seem to have similar taste in movies! I’ll let you off on Finding Nemo… Lol. I do think that one is a bit more “kid” than some. And possibly one that grown men won’t go for as much as grown women. It’s very “cutesy” (which I love anyway!).

    • True… I do think the third one is an excellent film. But, of course, that’s because we’d grown to love the characters so much after the first two films. πŸ™‚

    • I just can’t get that into Ratatouille, though I do think it’s a good film. But I don’t feel like watching it over & over again, like I could easily do with WALL-E. πŸ™‚

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