Which Pixar movie did you like best and why ?

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  1. Telejester

    Telejester Member

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    I'm a married 49 years old guy with two teenage daughters and I literally howled with laughter at the Pixar movie Inside Out, what a magnificent piece of work !!

    Which Pixar movie did it most for you and your reason why ?
     
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    "Toy Story" was their first, and still my favorite. Great characters, types of toys that I grew up with (Mr. Potatohead!) and the animation was unlike anything I'd seen before.

    "The Incredibles" was pretty awesome, too. I liked that the super hero family's just like a regular family, except they're also super heroes!
     
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    I like the Toy Story and Cars movies best, probably because both of my sons grew up with both and watched them all over and over....and I never really got tired of them. But I'm not sure if I've seen a Pixar movie that wasn't great.
     
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    Trebor Renkluaf I was hit by a parked car, what's your excuse? Silver Supporting Member

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    Toy Story - no explanation needed.
     
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    Don't forget Wall-E.

    The problem is the kid watched these all the time, over and over and over.
     
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    does the OP work for pixar?
     
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    The Incredibles - completely irresistible mashup of superheroes, ‘60s spy movies like Bond and Flint, totally believable family dynamics...just wonderful.
    Wall-E - the first 40 minutes is a master class in everything from Fritz Lang to Stanley Kubrick.
    Toy Story - great story, great characters.
    Incredibles 2 - only reason I didn’t have this tied with the original for #1 is that I thought the end battle was not quite as good as it could have been, but the “Jack-Jack fights the raccoon” sequence was as good as anything I’ve seen.
    Up - talking dogs...enough said - squirrel!
    Ratatouille - very cool story, and the homages to Scorsese - especially “Goodfellas” - were great.
    Toy Story 3 - sad clown. Very sad clown.
    Cars - Paul Newman. ‘nuff said.

    The rest are all never less than good, although I have no interest in seeing most of them again.

    And an obligatory shout-out to the OTHER fantastic animation house, Studio Ghibli. Check out their stuff, especially the ones from the master, Hayao Miyazaki.
     
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    The Incredibles is my favorite. I really liked the the characters and the concept. It's hard to go wrong with Pixar although I didn't like Cars that much. Probably because of the voice actors.
     
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    Toy Story. Can't wait for IV. TS is the best franchise of the bunch IMO.
     
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    I like pretty much all their movies I've seen (except Cars 2). Finding Nemo and Wall-E are probably my faves, but The Incredibles, Toy Story, A Bug's Life, and Up are all right there for me.
     
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    "Toy Story" and "Finding Nemo." "Up" a close third.
     
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    For me, it's the Incredibles. The art style is so perfect.
     
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