Favorite Pixar Sequel of this Decade (2010-2019) 10  votes

 Toy Story 3 (2010) 5 votes
 Cars 2 (2011) 1 vote
 Monsters University (2013) 1 vote
 Finding Dory (2016) 0 votes
 Cars 3 (2017) 1 vote
 Incredibles 2 (2018) 1 vote
 Toy Story 4 (2019) 1 vote
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As the decade comes to a close, Pixar has released many sequels during it, starting with 2010's Toy Story 3. I thought it would be interesting to get everybody's thoughts on the sequels. I never thought that Pixar was in a creative slump and actually really enjoyed the idea of them going back to some of my favorite characters, though I am happy that they are returning to my original films now. I've enjoyed all of Pixar's sequels, even Cars 2. But I wanted to get your guy's opinion on what the best Pixar sequel this decade has been. I feel like Toy Story 3 is the unanimous choice, so I've decided not to include it here. So it's between Cars 2, Monsters University, Finding Dory, Cars 3, Incredibles 2, and Toy Story 4. 

Though I'm not one to rank films - especially Pixar films, this feels relatively more easy to me. My ranking would probably go- 
1. Monsters University (Adored this film so much! Most rewatchable Pixar film in my opinion) 
2. Toy Story 4 (Fantastic film! First film I cried at! Great storytelling, fantastic animation, very rewatchable, fantastic conclusion if they decide to make this the final TS).
3. Incredibles 2 (Lots of fun! Very rewatchable. Jack-Jack is the highlight)
4. Finding Dory (Characters are still great. Very smart and funny. Voice acting is phenomenal and so is animation. An emotionally satisfying and great sequel to Nemo)
5. Cars 2 (Lots of fun! Great action sequences, though it is far from Pixar's best)
6. Cars 3 (Nice finale to Lightning's arc. Rewatchibility is pretty low for this one though. First act I found slow, though I still enjoyed it. The original Cars is also one of my favorite Pixar films, so it was nice to kind of go back to that vibe-though I wish they spent more time in Radiator Springs). 

What are your guys' thoughts?
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It's a hard call for me, between the Toy Story sequels and Monsters University.

The Toy Story sequels are wonderful and really round out the series as a whole, imo. 

But I was just surprised with Monsters University's message. I thought it was particularly deep for a sequel film, and it's even deep for most family movies in general. That sometimes the dream you covet most won't be your true calling, no matter how much you may wish it was. That sometimes it's okay to change your dream and do something else.

A lot of Disney films push that: 'Oh, if I work hard enough and wish hard enough, I'll be able to reach my dream.' Sometimes, that's true...but sometimes life just doesn't work that way. That film was just refreshing to me, with that message.
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I like the idea to remove Toy Story 3 to level things out more...especially since it had such a high rating from critics and fans alike. I added a poll above and still wanted to keep it there, but allow people to expand their thoughts in the comments for additional reasons why.

I'm personally torn — I love Toy Story 3 and find it to be the most emotional of the bunch, but I laugh and have the most fun watching Monsters University...I have to think what I value more in this regard. Ultimately, I'd probably land on Toy Story 3 for the sheer perfection of the story element, but MU is a close second for me.
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If we're including Toy Story 3 I do think it is the best of the bunch. Monsters University and Toy Story 4 are also great! 
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I agree, comparing Toy Story 3 to the other Pixar sequels is pretty unfair because it's in a league of its own at this point. Of the options remaining, Toy Story 4 followed closely by Monsters University are some highlights among the mostly mediocre sequels we got. Toy Story 4's main issue is how the writers didn't really know what to do with Andy's old toys, especially Buzz and Jessie, because of how Woody focused this movie is along with how sidelined Forky became following the first act. It's a good film, but it's not amazing. I can't really see many people ranking this as high as the other 3.

Monsters University, on the other hand, is highly underrated and easily has the most realistic message for kids who are spoonfed ideas that "if you work hard enough, you can achieve anything". This film completely throws that idea away and shows how, despite how academically successful Mike was compared to Sulley, he was never going to be scary. Despite being kicked out of university, both of them forged an unlikely bond and still worked their way up in Monsters, Inc. I feel like not enough people really give this film credit for this but overall it's a pretty decent Pixar film nonetheless.
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I voted for Toy Story 3 as my favorite sequel from the 2010s decade, but if we are excluding that specific movie out, then my vote goes to Incredibles 2. Both sequels are excellent. 

1. Toy Story 3
2. Incredibles 2
3. Finding Dory
4. Toy Story 4
5. Cars 3
6. Cars 2
7. Monsters University

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Besides Toy Story 3, I think either Finding Dory or Cars 3. Both have similar pros and cons.
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