Have Your Say: What Is Your Favorite Pixar Film?

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Have Your Say: What Is Your Favorite Pixar Film?
This weekend, animation studio Pixar had another hit on its hands with Inside Out. And indeed, there was plenty of critical acclaim as well, which may be no surprise: Pixar has a (nearly) spotless reputation for excellence in what it's doing. In his review, our Jason Gorber said it was "tremendous, an instant animation classic that's a far cry from being kids' stuff".

A new Pixar film is generally an event to celebrate. Last week we asked you all to list your favorite Studio Ghibli film, another producer of animated classics, who share a strong bond of mutual admiration with Pixar. So this week, lets ask the same question about Pixar.

What is your favorite Pixar film (or short)?
Chime in, in the comments below, and HAVE YOUR SAY!

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Niels MatthijsJune 23, 2015 10:30 AM

La Luna. Somehow I am able to stomach some of their shorts, but not their feature films.

Paul MJune 23, 2015 11:09 AM

THE INCREDIBLES. Not Pixar's best movie, but their only action/superhero movie (so far) hits a spot that talking toys and googly-eyed animals just can't reach. Close Second: WALL-E

Favorite short: PRESTO.

ManateeAdvocateJune 23, 2015 11:17 AM

The Incredibles. No question about it.

Michael CareyJune 23, 2015 1:12 PM


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Mr. CavinJune 23, 2015 5:43 PM

I'm part of THE INCREDIBLES crowd. I really like every part of it, but the plane crash scene--and especially Holly Hunter's performance--seems to me the most indelible and emotionally urgent work the studio's managed in a feature film yet.

PatJune 23, 2015 7:23 PM

What the hell! Come on guys! WALL-E. The main character never speaks! and yet it's storytelling is better then any CGI movie. Up is a very close second as well as Toy Story 3

Ard VijnJune 23, 2015 7:56 PM

For me, it is probably THE INCREDIBLES, and I must have watched the door chase in MONSTERS INC. at least a hundred times.

Trung RwoJune 23, 2015 11:37 PM

Of course, RATATOUILLE. but TOY STORY 3 also deserved it.

For short film, DAY & NIGHT is the best.

sabbersoloJune 25, 2015 6:56 AM

UP and WALL-E are definitely up there.