Luis504170
Just a couple of weeks ago I challenged you to rank all of the Pixar films! Looking back at it now, I admit that it is quite a hard challenge, if you want to take it, go right ahead. To simplify things, I'm going to ask you to give me your top 3 Pixar movies! Results in an easier challenge. And why they are your favorite Pixar films.

1. Up - I adore this film with everything I have. It is extremely diverse with the feelings. You have the heartbreaking back story of Carl and to an extent, Russell. You have the comedic relief of Dug and Kevin. You have the intense moments with the Alpha pack and Muntz. This movie makes you cry of laughter and sadness. And it significantly captures that feeling of a story that old people have to tell. This movie earns its everlasting memory, with not only the animation medium, but the movie medium in general. I cannot praise this movie enough, if I told you everything I love about this movie I would loose you before I even get to No.2, due to the 4-page essay I would write. (seriously, I've done it before)

2. Finding Nemo - Amazing father and son story with amazing characters, story, cinematography etc. Ellen as Dory is just the cherry on top to a wonderful tale in the ocean. Every single adventure they go through (Shark, Jellyfish, Turtles, Seagulls) is just as breathtaking and fun to watch as the last. The diversity of the setting is fantastic. Every place they enter in the ocean has its own atmosphere, color pallet, lighting etc. And it results in a captivating new adventure. Finding Nemo is charming, funny, emotional, and FANTASTIC. CANNOT WAIT for Finding Dory.

3. Wall-E - Another fantastic story that takes two robots, and gives them more personality than most live-action humans in movies. The animation is probably the best of Pixar on this one. It has a captivating story while it also teaches the youngsters a good lesson about the environment. The relationship that Wall-e and Eve develop throughout is just so spot on. You cry with them, laugh with them, smile with them, and that is one of the highest praises a movie could ever get. Not to mention that the almost silent way this movie is told, gives you more emotion than most movies that are clustered with dialogue.

Movies that could replace number 3 any second.

- The Incredibles
- Ratatouille
- Toy Story 2

What about you? What are your top 3?!

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PIX-R.113
This is kind of spoiling what I'm going to post of the 'Let's Rank' topic, here's my top 3 currently:

3. 'Up' - For having the right blend of humor and heart it is truly a good movie. It has so much creativity that I just love to see. Bring on 'Inside Out'!

2. 'Finding Nemo' - This is a Pixar classic, it has unforgettable moments that everyone talks about to this day. I just love this movie!

1. 'WALL-E' - For being like a true work of art that I love about Pixar, there is so much things to love about this movie. Great characters, great story, and of course great animation.

Any thoughts? [Smug_zpsbec03801]
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Luis504170
PIX-R.113 wrote:
This is kind of spoiling what I'm going to post of the 'Let's Rank' topic, here's my top 3 currently: 3. 'Up' - For having the right blend of humor and heart it is truly a good movie. It has so much creativity that I just love to see. Bring on 'Inside Out'! 2. 'Finding Nemo' - This is a Pixar classic, it has unforgettable moments that everyone talks about to this day. I just love this movie! 1. 'WALL-E' - For being like a true work of art that I love about Pixar, there is so much things to love about this movie. Great characters, great story, and of course great animation. Any thoughts? [Smug_zpsbec03801]


Wow, Your top 3 are my top 3, just in different order!! Cool! Thanks for answering.
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PIX-R.113
Your welcome, Luis504170! I was shocked to see what we have the same top 3 (just in a different order), too!
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PixarDude
Here are my Top 3. They are all older ones for some reason, but if this was a Top 5, WALL-E and Up would defiantly be on here.

#1: Toy Story or Toy Story 2 (can't decide which)
I have a hard time deciding which one of these is my favorite. Toy Story is my favorite movie franchise of all time (Star Wars being a VERY close second) and while I loved 3, I don't have as much nostalgia for it as I do the first two. I remember watching them over and over and over again, even to the point where I actually broke the VHS of it XD. The story in both is great and the characters are so great and memorable. Enough rambling on, you all know and love them.

#2: Monsters, Inc.
Again, like both Toy Story 1 and 2, I vaguely remember watching this over and over again , even to the point where I broke the VHS. This film always makes me laugh and makes me cry every time when Sulley says goodbye to Boo. Anyways, let's move onto #3!

#3: Finding Nemo:
This film is very special to me. It was the very first movie I ever saw in theaters (I was about 2 and a half) and I loved every second of it. I love the characters and the underwater setting is perfect and so beautiful, especially for 2003.Of course, I had the DVD as soon as you could say anemone, which if you're Nemo, could take a while[smile] Anyways, it came out around Christmas and I remember watching it a lot and I couldn't get enough of it.

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BeanoMaster
I don't have time now so I will explain tomorrow.

3. Cars/Monsters Inc/Toy Story
2. WALL-E
1. Ratatouille
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Luis504170
PixarDude wrote:
Here are my Top 3. They are all older ones for some reason, but if this was a Top 5, WALL-E and Up would defiantly be on here.

#1: Toy Story or Toy Story 2 (can't decide which)
I have a hard time deciding which one of these is my favorite. Toy Story is my favorite movie franchise of all time (Star Wars being a VERY close second) and while I loved 3, I don't have as much nostalgia for it as I do the first two. I remember watching them over and over and over again, even to the point where I actually broke the VHS of it XD. The story in both is great and the characters are so great and memorable. Enough rambling on, you all know and love them.

#2: Monsters, Inc.
Again, like both Toy Story 1 and 2, I vaguely remember watching this over and over again , even to the point where I broke the VHS. This film always makes me laugh and makes me cry every time when Sulley says goodbye to Boo. Anyways, let's move onto #3!

#3: Finding Nemo:
This film is very special to me. It was the very first movie I ever saw in theaters (I was about 2 and a half) and I loved every second of it. I love the characters and the underwater setting is perfect and so beautiful, especially for 2003.Of course, I had the DVD as soon as you could say anemone, which if you're Nemo, could take a while[smile] Anyways, it came out around Christmas and I remember watching it a lot and I couldn't get enough of it.



Great list! Thank you for talking time to respond! And I personally love all of the Toy Stories the same, but if I had to pick a favorite, it would be 2. But regardless, they are all pretty much on the same level in my eyes.
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