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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 1:22 am 
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1. Monster's Inc.
hahahaha, this was so funny, I saw it when I was eleven so of course I was going to love it, I saw it with my older sister though who was in her early twenties and her boyfriend (who is now her husband) and even they laughed and we showed it to their 2 year old son the other day and he loves it aswell!

2. Finding Nemo
This was the first film where I ever choked from laughing, a movie usher and all my friends put me on the ground and wacked me on the back until I started to breathe again...I think it was a scene with Dory, anyway I stopped breathing. :)

3. Toy Story
A Classic, it changed animated films as we see them today.

4. The Incredibles
Great storyline, entertaining, funny, and I didn't look at my watch once...which I usually do in movies. Oh, and Coke came out my nose at Edna's scene...another hilarious Pixar film.

5. Toy Story 2
I loved this, I don't know why it's so far down on my list, probably just because I love the others that tiny bit more, but this was still great.

6. A Bug's Life
Not the best animation, and it's obvious, however it was still enjoyable.

7. Cars
Wasn't as funny as the others, the concept seemed a little bit too cliche, the comic relief (Mater) wasn't even that funny. It was a disappointment as it's predecessors were so, so, so much better. Plus it went for too long.


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1. Toy Story
2. The Incredibles
3. Toy Story 2
4. Monsters, Inc.
5. Ratatoullie
6. Cars
7. Finding Nemo
8. A Bugs Life

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1. The Incredibles
2. Toy Story
3. Toy Story 2
4. Cars
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1. Monster's Inc.
I personally think Boo is one of the best characters Pixar has produced so far. I love how she doesn't say anything except Boo and yet you can understand everything that's going on in her head. Also i think the story is the best stories that Pixar has written so far!
2. Finding Nemo
Some people give this movie crap for being all the other movies combined, but i think a better way to look at it is that it's the best things from each film combined to make a great film. It works for me. It has good comedic value and a lot of heart.
3. Cars
I found this to be easily enjoyable, it's long and there's a lot of scenes i think would have been just fine left out completely, but i don't find myself bored at any point.
4. The Incredibles
For me, this is the Pixar film that never ends. I like it a lot, but there is just a lot going on.
5. Toy Story 2
I think it's the first sequel i've ever seen where without a doubt i feel i can say it's better than the original, but still i think it gets a lot of attention and that kind of turns me off to it.
6. Toy Story
I think after so much of this movie you get a lil tired of it, and it's played out A LOT, so that's where i stand.
7. A Bug's Life
I don't think this movie is bad or anything, but i feel that compared with the other films its the weakest all around.


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1. The Incredibles - I probably enjoy this one the most because I have always been a James Bond and Super Hero fan and this is a great parody of both.

2. Finding Nemo - This film is just so colorful and has a great story and looks good on my 50 inch plasma.

3. Cars - I am not a NASCAR fan at all but I found this story and the animation to be top notch!

4. A Bug's Life - For a story about bugs this is pretty darn cute!

5. Toy Story - I really loved this story when it first came out but it has not held up over time as I thought it would. Still a great film though.

6. Monsters Inc - I find this film quite amusing.

7. Toy Story 2 - Putting this last is not a commentary about the film as I think all the Pixar films are first rate but I placed it last because I'm not much of a sequel fan when it comes to animation. They never reach the magic of the first and I would have preferred Pixar had developed a new idea rather than revisit an old one.

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It's hard to rate these movies since so many of them are great!
1. Cars (I love this movie!)
2. Monster's Inc (another favorite and right there with Cars)
3. Finding Nemo
4. Incredibles
5. A Bug's Life
and last the two Toy Story movies. I just didn't really care for either one. (I know. Now I can be banished! :lol: )


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HEY EVERYONE!! I created this thread a while back to rank all the Disney/Pixar films in order of your favorite to least favorite. Since Ratatouille is premiering in a couple weeks, the sneak peak begins this weekend, and some UD members have already seen the film -- I thought I would bump this thread to that everyone could RE-RANK the Disney/Pixar films with Ratatouille on the list as well. If you have seen the film already, please take the time to rank it among the other Disney/Pixar films. I am curious to see how people here at UD feel that Ratatouille compares to the previous films. I am seeing the sneak peak at my local theater on Saturday, and I will re-work my rankings after that.

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I can't believe I haven't participated in this thread yet!

1. Toy Story
2. Finding Nemo
3. Monsters, Inc.
4. Toy Story 2
5. A Bug's Life
6. The Incredibles
7. Cars

Toy Story will always be my favorite, I'm sure of it. I remember going to see it the night of my 5th birthday party. I had a party and everything, but at around 9:00 PM, my parents surprised me and my friends and took us to see Disney/Pixar's first production. I fell in love with it, making it one of my favorite films for 11 1/2 years.

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1) The Incredibles - All time favorite movie. :D
2) Monsters Inc.
3)Toy Story - My first vhs that broke. :cry:
4) Toy Story 2
5) Cars
6) Finding Nemo - I loved this movie til it became the only movie my teachers would let our class watch.
7)A Bug's Life - Never been a fan of this one, though I have 4 different editions of it on dvd.

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1. Toy Story 2 - The end blooper reel puts this above Toy Story for me, though I aslo enjoy the story slightly more than the first one.

2. Toy Story - I can't explain why I love this movie so, but I do and that's that.

3. Finding Nemo - I love search and rescue stories (another reason why TS2 beats TS in ranks) and all the characters are great.

4. Cars - It doesn't make much sense that I like Cars as it combines three of my least favourite things (Nascar, Country Music and Owen Wilson) but there's something about it that I love.

5. A Bugs Life - I don't remember it enough (I've only seen it once) to rank it higher, but I hate the other two movies so it beats them simply because of that.

6. Monsters Inc. - I can't get into the story of this one, and every single character annoys the hell out of me.

7. The Incredibles - I hated it. With the exception of the costume maker none of the characters are remotley interesting or funny. I hate all the characters designs (I don't like the way Pixar animates humans) and the story doesn't engage me at all.


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1. Finding Nemo-One word...Dory.

2. Monster's INC.-Boo was the funniest,defintly. It also made my brother stop hiding from the "monster under the bed" and actually start to tell it jokes...which had me worried.

3. Toy Story- Tom Hanks and Tim Allen,Disney,TOYS? How much better can it get?!

4. The Incredibles-Pixar's first movie centered around people. They may not be normal,but theya re still people. xD

5. Cars-I fell asleep but it's still better than the remaining 2.

6. Toy Story 2-I like Jessie's charector...and that was about it.

7. Bug's Life-I hated this....dunno why...maybe 'cause I hate bugs,lol.


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I rate these based on story-telling

1. Finding Nemo - great character depth, full of great emotional moments
2. The Incredibles - entertaining and dark in a cool sort of way
3. Toy Story/Toy Story 2 - can be put on the same level of storytelling
4. Cars - Despite cliched plot this turned out better than I thought
5. A Bug's Life - cheesy plot but still entertaining to watch
6. Monsters Inc. - Didnt really offer anything new, I felt that it was too much fluff and not a whole lot of story being told.


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1. Finding Nemo
2. The Incredibles
3. Cars
4. Monsters Inc
5. Toy Story
6. A Bug's life
7. Toy Story 2


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okay here's how i rank them:
TS 4.5/5
BL 4/5
TS2 5/5
FN 3.5/5
I 4.5/5
MI 4.5/5
C 4/5

i rated these based on story, characters, and entertainment.

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1. Toy Story
2. The Incredibles
3. Monster's Inc.
4. Toy Story 2
5. Cars
6. A Bug's Life
7. Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo just had way too much hype. And, unlike Disney's TLK, Finding Nemo didn't even come close to its reputation for me.

I would add Ratatouille to the list, but I've yet to see it. I rarely see movies when they're in theaters.

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1. The Incredibles - Simply put: one of the best movies ever made! I think a sequel would be great.
2. Monsters, Inc. - Totally underrated. I really love this movie.
3. Toy Story - The script is great. So is the storyline.
4. Toy Story 2 - Probably one of the best sequels ever made.
5. A Bug's Life - Funny, good characters, etc. A little overlooked.
6. Finding Nemo - In my opinion, this was a little overrated. It was a good film either way.
7. Cars - It was a great movie, but it still doesn't compare to the past Pixar movies--and that was probably the reason it's number 7 on this list. I have to admit that if a different company made this movie, I would have liked it more.

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1. Monsters' Inc--I can watch this one again and again. Such creative characters.
2. Toy Story & Toy Story 2--Woody and Buzz are such great characters. I don't particularly like sequels, but this one definitely worked. Tom Hanks is perfect as Woody--I couldn't imagine anyone else doing him better.
3. Finding Nemo--Beautiful colors, and DORY!
4. A Bug's Life--I like the story and I like the look of the movie.
5. Cars--I found the 2nd half of the movie more entertaining than the first, maybe because I'm not a racing fan. I am a big Paul Newman fan, so that made the film extra special.
6. Incredibles--I'm just not that into super heroes. I thought the film was too long, and I didn't particularly care for the villian character. This is the only one I don't own on DVD. But I should give it another watch.

I can already tell that Ratatouille is going to shoot to the top (or at least very near the top). All of the various trailers I've seen have been fantastic. Just looking at a picture of Remy makes me smile. I love Paris and cooking--so this film sounds like exactly what I would have ordered. :)


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1. Incredibles
2. Cars
3. Monsters' Inc
4. Toy Story/ Toy Story 2 (I might acutally like the second better than the first)
5. A Bug's Life
6. Finding Nemo

I agree with Daisy Duck that Ratatouille is going to be good, I can't wait for it to come out!


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1. Toy Story and Toy Story 2
2. Cars
3. Monsters, Inc.
4. The Incredibles
5. A Bug's Life
6. Finding Nemo

Yeah I gotta admit, the first Toy Story is a very special movie to me, I love it so much! So much, in fact, that my senior quote in the yearbook was "To Infinity and Beyond!" (it was either that or "Hakuna Matata" but it came down to which movie I liked better :wink: :) ) Toy Story 2 was just as good.

I feel Cars is vastly under-rated. I don't know why, but I think it's such a great movie. Maybe because it was the last Pixar movie I would ever see in theaters while I was still in high school but I just love it. Not to mention the die-cast Cars are totally awesome too! (And I'm not into country music or Nascar racing...)

I always have a hard time putting the next three: Monster's Inc., The Incredibles, and A Bug's Life in any specific order. They're all great but I think the order I have them in now is my "definitive" order... I may switch A Bug's Life and The Incredibles depending on my mood :wink: .

Finding Nemo is last for me though, it's great, but there's something about it that puts it last on my list.

I'm not sure what to think of Ratatoullie since I haven't seen it yet, from the commercials and stuff I'm not sure it's going to rank against the others.

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