What's the best PIXAR film?

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  1. ErbFan28

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    With the release of Toy Story 3 next year, I thought I would ask what everyone thinks is the best pixar film.
    I personally think this:

    1.Toy Story
    2.Cars
    3.Finding Nemo
    4.Wall-E
    5.Toy Story 2
    6.A Bug's Life
    7.Monster's Inc.
    8.The Incredibles
    9.Ratatouille

    Haven't seen Up and can't wait for Toy Story 3!!
     
  2. Gigatron_2005

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    Ratatouille is the best.
     
  3. bumblebot98

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    Ratatouille,Wall-E or The Incredibles.
     
  4. ckhtiger

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    for me it's wall-e, up, cars, and then finding nemo, in that order. the last two were both my favs at one point, but I over did them, and they sort of lost their touch for me.
     
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    wall-e and then cars
     
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    The one they did this disney
     
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    i ain't even going to attempt to decypher this.....

    and i think wall-e is their best.....that movie is perfection
     
  8. ZeroMayhem

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    My basic rankings:

    A+: Wall-E, Finding Nemo,
    A: Toy Story, Toy Story 2
    B+: The Incredibles, Monster's Inc.
    C: Ratatouille, Up
    D: A Bug's Life
    F-: Cars
     
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    Mumps <b><font color=blue>I voted for Super_Megatron and

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    Wall-E and Up are my 2 favorites.
     
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    Wall-E, Toy Story. Toy story first, you have no idea how much I loved those movies when I was a kid, Had a glow in the dark buzz lightyear...got stolen :( 
     
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    Toy Story.
     
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    All of them are great except Cars which is overrated and bland compared to the other nine.
     
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    1. Wall E
    2. Toy Story
    3. Toy Story 2
    4. Finding Nemo
    5. The Incredibles
    6. Monsters Inc.
    7. Ratatouille
    8. Cars
    9. A Bug's Life

    I haven't seen Up yet.
     
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    Monsters Inc and The Incredibles are both God Tier material. Although to be fair I haven't seen Up yet as it isn't released here until September...
     
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    Toy Story for me.

    Cars and Monsters Inc. were two massive duds.
    Yup. That's kinda gay.
     
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    The Incredibles is mine, followed by Toy Story 2 and Wall-E.
     
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    The Incredibles by about a bazillion hundred thousand miles.
     
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    Torn between WALL-E and The Incredibles.
     
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    September?

    Why so long? Are they flying the film down in a house kept a float by balloons?

    For me the pixar movies all bring something different and special to the table. It is too hard to rank them, but my least favorites include A bugs life and Finding Nemo...
     
  20. Scantron

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    My ranking:

    (1) Wall-E
    (2) The Incredibles (a very close second, though)
    (3) Up
    (4) Toy Story
    (5) Toy Story 2
    (6) Monsters Inc.
    (7) A Bug's Life
    (8) Finding Nemo

    Haven't seen:
    - Ratatouille - Been meaning to watch this one for a long time, just haven't gotten around to it.
    - Cars - I have zero interest in ever seeing this one, due to the presence of car racing/NASCAR-expy and Larry the Cable Guy. However, I'm going to have to get it eventually for my George Carlin film collection.
     

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