Arlo

 What is the best original Pixar film of this decade...so far (2010-2019) votes

 Brave 0 votes
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 Inside Out 7 votes
87%
 The Good Dinosaur 0 votes
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 Coco 1 vote
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As Toy Story 4 wraps up this decade of Pixar, I thought it would be interesting to see what everybody considered to be this decade's best original film Pete Docter's Inside Out, Lee Unkrich's Coco, Mark Andrew's Brave or Peter Sohn's The Good Dinosaur. I find myself constantly flipping what my favorite original this decade was between Coco and Inside Out. Thoughts?

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Thepixarfanofthefamily05
Coco
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Thepixarfanofthefamily05
No question
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Pixar Post - T.J.
Inside Out for me! Bing Bong for the win...and the insane emotion of growing up! Coco is amazing as well, don't get me wrong, and I really connected with the land of the dead and the desire to honor Dia de los Muertos (which I not celebrate as well due to personal losses), but still, Inside Out really gets me. The memory dump scene every time and as Bing Bong realizes that he's no longer going to be needed (when Sadness first comforts him). Ugh!
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PixarPug
Another vote for Inside Out here.  Incredible movie.
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TheSpaceSheriff
Inside Out for sure. I liked Coco but Inside Out just resonated with me more. Not really sure how to articulate that thought fully but It's one of my favorites during the decade of sequels/follow ups.
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Arlo
I love Coco and Inside Out, but if you were to ask me a week ago which one I thought was better I would say Coco was by a lot. I have seen both films at least fifteen to twenty times each, but for some reason as much as I enjoyed Inside Out it never resonated with me in a way that Coco did. Well recently I rewatched Inside Out again, and I don't know what happened, but it might be one of my top Pixar films now. Everything about it is perfect in my opinion. The writing, characters, world-building, animation! So good! So Inside Out probably takes the cake for me!
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Pixarsuperfan8695
I’ll vote for Inside Out as well! From the remarkable visuals to the excellent writing and character design, it’s really well produced and definitely resonates with me. Coco’s amazing too, though—it’s just wonderful how it pays tribute to Mexico and celebrates Dia de los Muertos. 
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Andrea56
Hmm...it would be really cool if there was a poll for this 🙂

But I have to go with the majority of you folks and also vote for Inside Out as well. Just beautiful and emotional (no pun intended) from start to finish. It really makes you think, too!

I really enjoyed Coco for what it was - what a colorful and lovely movie, with the music matching its gorgeous visuals (it's just as about music as it is family, so that shows). The ending also makes me sob like a baby. Every. Single. Time.

But Inside Out hit a deeper chord with me. 🙂
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Pixar Post - T.J.
Good suggestion on adding a poll, Andrea56. I added it to the original question that Arlo posed! (Edited to add a picture, too)! ÃƒÂ°Ã…¸ËœÅ½

If anyone would like you can scroll back to the top of the page and cast your vote in the poll. I did mine for Inside Out! Loving reading everyone's reasons why they like one film over another. Not surprisingly, it seems like it's basically between Coco and Inside Out — they were the two strongest original films critically and at the box office.

For comparison purposes below is a list of box office totals and Rotten Tomatoes scores (top scores and box office revenue in red).

1) Brave — RT Score (78% Critics / 76% Audience). Worldwide Box Office ($540.4 Million).
2) Inside Out — RT Score (98% Critics / 89% Audience). Worldwide Box Office ($857.6 Million). 
3) The Good Dinosaur — RT Score (76% Critics / 65% Audience). Worldwide Box Office ($332.2 Million).
4) Coco — RT Score (97% Critics / 94% Audience). Worldwide Box Office ($807.1 Million).

Also, I wonder how this list will change after Soul and Onward hit!?

Side Note - we added this as a Twitter poll, a Facebook post, and an Instagram post...and will bring the results back here as well.
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Dave Perkins
Oh man....Pixar had 2 of my top 5's in this last decade. It's such a hard one to answer. Let me get the easy stuff out of the way first. Of the originals mentioned, The Good Dinosaur is last on the list. It was a good effort from the studio and Peter Sohn gave a great effort given the problems with the production. Then comes Brave. I really liked it...a little over rated in my opinion, but it was still good. Wreck-it Ralph should have won best animated feature that year, but...I'll move on from this one! Anyhow, between Coco and Inside Out. It's so difficult to choose one as I loved both of them so much. I think, in the end, Bing Bong really puts it over the top for me. I was a blubbering mess when he disappeared and told Joy to take Riley to the moon for him. But Coco....it's a close second and I mean, really close.
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Pixar Post - T.J.
Hey Dave, I agree with your ratings 100%.
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Bonnie
The shortness of this list makes me sad.

I guess it's a showdown between Inside Out and Coco, and with that I'll need to go with Coco.

Of course, it's beautiful and emotional, and somewhat funny (not hugely, but somewhat), but on top of that I really love the whole concept. I'm really interested in different cultures, and so I absolutely love it when there's an animated movie that throws itself into that aspect. It doesn't happen often, but when it does it adds this layer of fascination to the whole thing (and makes behind the scenes stuff even more awesome). There's also just something about the Land of the Dead that's a lot more appealing to me than Inside Out's setting; I guess it's just that Inside Out's representation of the mind feels like an unconnected series of ideas without a lot of beauty to it, where as the Land of the Dead feels more like a place where everything smoothly flows into everywhere else (and it's gorgeous). And the movie doesn't focus on two people who don't like each other becoming friends, which I'm horribly sick of (though it does have a twist villain, which I'm also horribly sick of).

And I have to give points to any movie that breaks down my cynicism. Coco had an uphill battle, Inside Out didn't, so I't more impressive to me that I enjoyed Coco so danged much.

I guess if I really thought about it Inside Out might be better made on a more objective level. It lacks some of the forced dialogue Coco had (I'm just now realizing both movies used a narrator, and now I wonder why they didn't just use narrator Miguel to explain Day of the Dead) and I can't really think of a specific shot that wowed me like Inside Out had (I still really love the one where the core memories slip out of her arms so she hugs herself). On the other hand, Inside Out occasionally feels like it's just killing time with stuff like going into the parents' heads (the only thing I can think of in Coco where the plot isn't actively moving forward is maybe the song Hector sings to the dying guy, but at least the scene and him singing had a purpose, and it was less time), and, going hand in hand with that, the world building in that movie is atrocious. 

Objectively being better would be a much harder question that'd require rewatches, but right now, personally, Coco. 


(All things said here said without having seen Coco for at least a year, and Inside Out for at least four.)
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Arlo
So great to see everybody's opinions!
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