The Toptober Tens #22 – PIXAR Films


toptoberFor this month’s twenty second Toptober Tens, Here are my Top Ten Favorite Realistic War films.

Ever since they showed the world their first feature length animated film in 1995, PIXAR has been the world leader of animated films,  Their stories have so much depth and everyone loves most of their unique characters.  Somehow they keep getting better with age as opposed to wearing down.

Can’t wait to see what they have for us next…

Keep in mind, that these are all solely my opinion and part of what I would like to do is open conversation and dialogue between us all over the choices in these lists

Off we go….mi

10. Monsters Inc (2001)we

9. Wall-E (2008)mu

8. Monsters University (2013)incred

7. The Incredibles (2004)nemo

6. Finding Nemo (2003)ts3

5. Toy Story 3 (2010)ts2

4. Toy Story 2 (1999)up

3. Up (2009)tsts1

2. Toy Story (1995)io

  1. Inside Out (2015)

2 thoughts on “The Toptober Tens #22 – PIXAR Films

  1. “Toy Story 3” had that great finish that tugged so hard at the heart. “Up” left a lump in the throat right at the outset. “The Incredibles” was such exhilarating fun that the new Bond films would do well to re-watch it before embarking on they’re next (and every) new 007 adventure—and it had sequel written all over it! “Finding Dory” was touching fun that I loved it over Nemo. “Monsters Inc.” when Boo say’s “Kitty!” upon seeing Sully in the doorway at the end of the film, just melts your heart. And John Ratzenberger “Where are you?” in every Pixar film. Let’s not forget those shorts either. No not the polka dotted ones you have on, Rob. No the five minute gems that precede each and every one of their features. Okay I think I’ve gone completely bias now. Terrific post, Rob! ;D

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