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post Nov 21 2015, 06:38 PM
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http://www.digitalspy.com/movies/feature/a...-worst-to-best/

15. Cars 2
14. Cars
13. Monsters University
12. A Bug's Life
11. Brave
10. Ratatouille
9. Monsters Inc
8. Finding Nemo
7. Inside Out
6. The Incredibles
5. Toy Story 3
4. Toy Story
3. Up
2. Toy Story 2
1. WALL.E
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post Nov 21 2015, 06:39 PM
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I'd say that's a pretty good ranking actually, most are off by 2/3 places but I don't think any film is off more than that for me!
Really happy to see WALL.E at the top of this, such an underrated and beautiful movie and is in my top 3 of all time heart.gif
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post Nov 21 2015, 07:50 PM
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My list would look like this

01 Inside Out
02 Finding Nemo
03 The Incredibles
04 Ratatouille
05 Monsters University
06 Monsters, Inc (have not seen this in about 10 years so maybe a bit lower than it should be)
07 Cars
08 WALL.E
09 Cars 2
10 A Bug's Life
11 Up
12 Toy Story 3
13 Toy Story
14 Toy Story 2

Brave (not seen)

So i disagree with their list quite a bit but I've come to terms now that my Pixar views are a bit unorthodox.


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post Nov 21 2015, 07:55 PM
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Wall.E can piss off but yay at Cars being the bottom 2 *.*
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post Nov 21 2015, 08:11 PM
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At least they got the Toy Story's in the right order.
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post Nov 21 2015, 08:18 PM
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A very good list. I'm always going to disagree with lists like this but the top 10 is spot on (though not in the right order for me).

Rightfully the Toy Story trilogy is in the top 5, I will never ever understand your dislike Josh and it makes me upset just thinking about it, so let me not even dwell on that~

What a brilliant list anyway, not one film i wouldn't enjoy watching and ~13 i ABSOLUTELY ADORE. 'Toy Story 2' getting the recognition though <3
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post Nov 21 2015, 08:27 PM
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I totally agree with Cars 1 & 2 being the bottom 2 and Monster's University wasn't that good to be honest here's my ranking =

01. The Incredibles
02. Toy Story
03. Up
04. Finding Nemo
05. Toy Story 3
06. Toy Story 2
07. Wall E.
08. Monsters Inc
09. Brave
10. Ratatouille
11. A Bug’s Life
12. Monster’s University
13. Cars
14. Cars 2

I haven't seen "Inside Out" yet, that's why I haven't added it to the list. But so far "The Incredibles is my current fave all time Pixar movie, just love superhero movies in general and this is the only decent "Fantastic 4" type movie out there.
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post Nov 21 2015, 08:34 PM
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'Finding Nemo' 8th???? Lmao. Ok then.

'Inside Out' is possibly 3rd for me now! Seriously!
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post Nov 27 2015, 11:06 PM
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QUOTE(Josh. @ Nov 21 2015, 07:50 PM) *
My list would look like this

01 Inside Out
02 Finding Nemo
03 The Incredibles
04 Ratatouille
05 Monsters University
06 Monsters, Inc (have not seen this in about 10 years so maybe a bit lower than it should be)
07 Cars
08 WALL.E
09 Cars 2
10 A Bug's Life
11 Up
12 Toy Story 3
13 Toy Story
14 Toy Story 2

Brave (not seen)

So i disagree with their list quite a bit but I've come to terms now that my Pixar views are a bit unorthodox.

After seeing The Good Dinosaur, I'd slot it in 7th, just behind Monsters Inc, mainly down to it just not being that much of a new story.
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post Nov 27 2015, 11:09 PM
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BRAVE about BUG'S LIFE?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Lunacy
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post Nov 27 2015, 11:12 PM
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15. Cars 2
14. Cars
13. Brave
12. Monsters University
11. Ratatouille
10. Finding Nemo
09. Toy Story
08. Inside Out
07. A Bug's Life
06. Monsters Inc
05. Toy Story 3
04. Up
03. The Incredibles
02. Toy Story 2
01. WALL.E

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post Nov 27 2015, 11:32 PM
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I see they're not a fan of the Cqrs franchise then laugh.gif
Here's my rank:
  1. (8) inding Nemo
  2. (4) Toy Story
  3. (6) The Incredibles
  4. (14) Cars
  5. (2) Toy Story 2
  6. (9) Monsters Inc
  7. (1) WALL.E
  8. (3) Up
  9. (12.)A Bug's Life (I must admit I've not seen this one for years)
  10. (7) Inside Out
  11. (11) Brave
  12. (15) Cars 2
  13. (10) Ratatouille
  14. (13) Monsters University (not seen but trailer looks good)
  15. (5) Toy Story 3
All of them are very good and this ranking is not really that accurate but it's about right kink.gif


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post Nov 27 2015, 11:42 PM
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01. 'Finding Nemo' (10/10)
02. 'Wall•E' (10/10)
03. 'Up' (9.5/10)
04. 'Inside Out' (9.5/10)
05. 'Toy Story' (9.5/10)
06. 'Toy Story 3' (9.5/10)
07. 'Monsters Inc.' (9/10)
08. 'A Bug's Life' (9/10)
10. 'Ratatouille' (8.5/10)
11. 'Toy Story 2' (8.5/10)
12. 'Cars' (8/10)
13. 'Monsters University' (7/10)
14. 'The Incredibles' (7/10)
15. 'Brave' (6/10)


Haven't seen 'Cars 2' and looking forward to catching 'The Good Dinosaur'. Didn't realise I had TS2 as low as that until just now. But thats more of a testament to how good Pixar are.
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post Nov 27 2015, 11:50 PM
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A great list actually. Digital Spy rankings usually infuriate me, but this one is VERY close to my personal ranking. I'm glad Wall E is at the top, I always find that that is more popular with high-brow critics/movies buffs because of its messages and social commentary. But I also think its charm is underrated, there really is a lot to Wall E.

Differences I'd make is, I'd swap Monsters Inc and Incredibles, the former is a lot better for me. I'd have the reverse order for the way they've chosen the Toy Stories. 3 is best for me, 2 is worst. And I'd switch Brave and a Bug's Life.
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post Nov 27 2015, 11:53 PM
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'Wall•E' is truly stunning. Agreed completely with what you've just said wub.gif
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post Feb 17 2016, 08:05 PM
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Re-watched a lot of these now since I've got Sky Movies and finally caught up in Brave so here's my new rank.

01. Inside Out
02. The Incredibles
03. Finding Nemo
04. Monsters, Inc
05. Monsters University
06. Ratatouille
07. Brave
08. WALL.E
09. A Bug's Life
10. Cars
11. Cars 2
12. The Good Dinosaur
13. Up
14. Toy Story 3
15. Toy Story
16. Toy Story 2

The Incredibles slides up a slot because it is just so much fun, the action is so well animated. Monsters, Inc moves up a bit too because after seeing it again today it really holds up and hits all the right emotional buttons. Brave is a lot of fun but not the best movie ever, I liked the whole being turned into a bear plot though laugh.gif The Good Dinosaur is visually stunning but just lacks in good story. Re-watched Up today too, I do like it and would probably rank it 7/10 but I just don't like following a grumpy old man around for an entire film. I get that it's the whole point and how he grows to love Russell in the end but his whining becomes tedious after five minutes, probably the most emotional Pixar film though, the montage! sad.gif


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post Feb 17 2016, 09:07 PM
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Is your upside down Josh?
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post Feb 17 2016, 09:09 PM
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I get that a lot heehee.gif It's funny because I have some of Pixar's generally regarded best work both near the top and bottom of my lists (Monsters Inc, Incredibles, Nemo, Inside Out at one end and Up/Toy Stories at the other drama.gif)
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post Feb 17 2016, 09:14 PM
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Why did I even enter this thread again :/

Josh can you rewatch the trilogy and then re-rank please. EVEN IF YOU DON'T LIKE SOME OF THE CHARACTERS (which is questionable enough) THE FILMS HAVE SO MUCH TO THEM. So much laughter, sadness, action, horror, thrill, suspense, wackiness and beauty. I CANNOT EVER ACCEPT YOUR OPINION and i think less of your for it. happy.gif
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post Feb 17 2016, 09:22 PM
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That's actually why I rank Toy Story 3 above the other two because the incinerator scene was really well done and did have me pretty scared. I don't hate them loads but they're all like 5/10s for me and that's rubbish compared to other stuff Pixar put out. I'll go see which ones are on Sky on the Go and re-watch those this weekend just for you tongue.gif

Woody though drama.gif
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