hotdogboy96
I'm not necessarily talking about your favorite movie, but the one that stands out in a visual way. I personally think it's Wall-E the settings, lighting, and animations are all amazing. Some highlight moments are the shots of space and "define dancing" scene. The Good Dinosaur will most likely be the best looking Pixar film, but saying that seems like cheating at this point. lol 
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UntoldStories113
We're talking non-Dino, right? [wink]

For me, that would be Inside Out, then. It's just the entire concept with the glowing memories and DNA-inspired designs, the contrast between the outside and inside in terms of lighting and camera movements, the incredibly imaginative sets, right down to the shimmering particles the Emotions leave in the air. Never gets boring to look at.

Honorable mentions to Monsters U (for certain atmospheric shots and the entire "Mike and Sulley separated by light and darkness" thing) and, if we're including shorts, Sanjay's Super Team (in which the beautiful visuals even have an enormous impact on the story).
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andreas the pixar maniac
i have always thought that ratatouille was the best looking pixar movie ever the textures and lighting in that movie was amazing
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PIX-R.113
I think that Finding Nemo and WALL-E are the most amazing looking out of Pixar's films.
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Vellerie
I say Monsters University beyond a doubt. All of Pixar's movies are Top of the line visually, of course, but Monsters University just has so much world building and so many details and colorful characters. I don't know if any other Pixar movie has had so many well developed characters. Finding Nemo perhaps comes close. But the beautiful scenery, the monster animals, the college buildings, the designs of some of the characters (like Hardscrabble), the colors for the different colleges and the mottos and colors for the fraternities and sororities, etc, were just so painstaking and obviously took lots of thought and work. Then there was the football game scene, the scare games lighting and effects (the glow in the dark one for instance), the scene where they'e breaking into Monsters inc at night, and, of course, the climax at the camp in the human world, and the swamp. It was just so diverse and interesting that you never get bored of looking at it (and there always seems to be something new to see on repeat watches).

Second place is tougher to decide though. I've been watching Wall E a lot lately (and love it!) and I appreciate the barren earth scenes, the design of Wall-E ' s home at the back of the truck, and the space dance scene, but I don't find the visuals as varied as some other films if that makes sense. Like, the earth is a monotonous rust color (which perfectly suits the movie storywise of course), the outer space scenes of course are unvaried as well because in real life it's like that, and the ship is all crisp and clean (mostly white and silver). Inside Out has amazing animation, obviously since it's their most recent undertaking so of course it would be more advanced, but I'm leaning toward putting Finding Nemo in second place. But I think I'd go with Inside Out because of all the colors, and the change in style between the real world and mindscape, the excellent use of lighting, and especially for the abstract thought scene.
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Mine are WALL-E and Ratatouille. WALL-E because of the trashed Earth scenes (think of the haze and sepia tones throughout) paired against the atmospheric sterile feel of the Axiom! Also, WALL-E because of the camera work - the way that it matches how an actual camera moves (with its amazing rack focusing) makes it a complete stunner for me.

From Ratatouille's standpoint, I love the colors, the intangible feel and small details in the cobblestone streets. It has a feeling a magic in a way to me with the rich golds, blues and purples - total beauty!
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Luis504170
Wall-E is the most visually stunning for me. Most recently, Inside Out as well.
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Sally
For me, Finding Nemo, A Bug's Life and Inside Out, the production designs of those were pefect (especially Finding Nemo, because of the ocean and it's beauty) also Inside Out because of the texture and the colors of the memory orbs
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Arlo
Without a doubt, The Good Dinosaur. I even forget while watching that film that I'm watching animation. The lighting is fantastic, the landscapes are incredible and I could spend hours looking at them, the shots are fantastic, and I even think this is some of the best animation to ever be done by any animation studio ever. I would really like a blu-ray extra that comes with The Good Dinosaur, that talked about the challenges of making such realistic beauties into animation form. But some honorable mentions are Inside Out, which is just so colorful it strikes me how beautiful it is, from the wonderful looking core memories, just to the sparkles on Joy and Sadness's face, it is just so beautiful (and must I mention that wonderfully animated Abstract Thought scene, that just blew my mind), another one Finding Nemo, 13 years and still going strong, this film remains one of the most beautiful Pixar animation, just from the color of the different zany characters all the way down to the depth of the sea, it is just fantastically done in only a way Pixar and Disney Animation can do it. 
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