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Toy Story 14 24.56%
A Bugs Life 4 7.02%
Toy Story 2 4 7.02%
Monsters Inc. 0 0%
Finding Nemo 6 10.53%
The Incredibles 13 22.81%
Cars 2 3.51%
Rataoullie 2 3.51%
Wall-E 12 21.05%
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Old 07-01-2008, 09:11 PM   #1
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Best Pixar Film Yet?

I like Wall-E and Toy Story... ( I choose Wall-E... Just because it made me cry and Toy Story didn't... )

What is your favorite/what do you think is the best Pixar movie so far?
We were having such fun in the Wall-E thread, I thought... this would be a good discussion...

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I have not seen Wall-E yet, I'm planning to, but I've seen all the other ones and I liked the Incredibles and Toy Story and Monsters Inc. the best. (Yes its a three way tie) I'm sure many will disagree. As for which is actually best...I don't know. Toy story was very original but so was Monsters Inc. Hmmm...I'll have to think about that.

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Without a doubt, the Incredibles... though I plan on seeing WALL-E soon enough, which I hear is very good aparently. I didn't like Monsters Inc. simply because I can't put up with crying children... I don't hate children or anything, but you catch my drift...
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Old 07-02-2008, 09:27 AM   #6
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I haven't seen Wall-E, but I might this weekend. But for me, my favorite is definitely Toy Story. I grew up with that, good memories.


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Gah , for me it's a tie between Toy Story/Cars.


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Meh, I never really liked these kind of movies, but If I have to choose one, I'd vote for A Bugs Life


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Old 07-02-2008, 10:25 AM   #9
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I've yet to see WALL-E, and will hence not vote yet. But from the ones I have seen, Finding Nemo was great, followed by Ratatouille at a close second. The Incredibles was great, but I find it overrated.


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Haven't seen every movie on that list, but the first Toy Story was and probably is still the best Pixar movie.
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Ratatouille at a close second.
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Looks like I'm the first to vote for Ratatouille.

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I'm always torn between Finding Nemo and The Incredibles when trying to determine "my favorite". In this instance, I went with The Incredibles.
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I went with Wall-E! Almost did Incredibles...Toy Story would have been #3...but I think Wall-E wins in the end as I really liked the story and the general points that were made about how people live their lives. Great story, interesting message, and some good humor. How can you go wrong?


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I haven't seen Wall-E yet. (Though the positive reviews are changing my mind. Maybe I'll see it this weekend if I have the time.) Finding Nemo would be mine. Just keep swimming, just keep swimming!
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Well, I'm about to see Wall-E, so I'm not voting yet. However, in case I don't like it, then it's Toy Story and beyond for sure.


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The Incredibles was great, but I find it overrated.

I sorta agree there, I mean... It's the most un-like every other Pixar movie (well, that's how it seems to me... *shrugs*)

I wouldn't call it overrated, but it's definently not my favorite...

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Please tell me you were drunk when you watched Ratatouille to rate it that highly
Ratatouille was cute, you must admit... I mean, a rat cooking amazing food? I find that original... I thought Rataouille was adorable, funny, and meh, not *the* best, but good... very good...

I mean, when it comes to Pixar if your *worst* movies are Ratatouille and Cars... You are doing very well... verrry well and those were extremely good movies! (When it comes to certain *other* studios their best movie is Shrek... then well, you must question how well they are doing... XD)


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I sorta agree there, I mean... It's the most un-like every other Pixar movie (well, that's how it seems to me... *shrugs*)

I wouldn't call it overrated, but it's definently not my favorite...
It was a little extra-cheesy at some points and stole borrowed quite a few elements and themes from Alan Moore's Watchmen that I found annoying. But for what it was, it was a great product all the same, and I appreciate that.


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Can’t say I’d argue with anyone on the choice…well maybe Rataoullie. I found it really hard to go against Monsters Inc or Toy Story, but finally I voted for Finding Nemo. How could I go against this lovable face, dude.



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(When it comes to certain *other* studios their best movie is Shrek... then well, you must question how well they are doing... XD)
Where have I heard these words before... I see Achilles has gotten to you too now!

Granted, can't say I disagree with the sentiment...

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Toy Story 2. The only other one in the list that I actually enjoyed was the first one. TS1 was good, but Toy Story 2 was like TS1 on steroids.


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but Toy Story 2 was like TS1 on steroids.
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I'm gonna have to go with Toy Story. Second I would have to go with The Incredibles. I think it was a really fun movie. I'm sure that Wall E would rank pretty high, I just haven't seen it yet.

I was at the store yesterday and I encountered a man that was lokking for a Buzz Lightyear toy. He said that there was a Woody at the toy store down the road, so it turned out that we got a Woody. Rather expensive though...

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Tee hee, I guess his propoganda has pushed me further into my Pixar fangirlness... XD

Seriously though, has a Pixar movie ever not won a best animated film award? I mean Cars vs. something like Shrek 2... What do you think would win? (I think they came out at the same time... I don't remember, but you get my point...)


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Seriously though, has a Pixar movie ever not won a best animated film award? I mean Cars vs. something like Shrek 2... What do you think would win? (I think they came out at the same time... I don't remember, but you get my point...)
I'm not sure about the awards, but for me, Shrek 2 was much more funnier, beautiful, better animated, funny again and inspired than Cars.


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Never seen wall e but I voted for it because the commercial was better then all the others

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Please tell me you were drunk when you watched Ratatouille to rate it that highly
.... It has Peter O'Toole as a Food Critic, how can it not be awesome. And Ian Holm is in it too. But all in all Wall-E is my favorite.


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Seriously though, has a Pixar movie ever not won a best animated film award? I mean Cars vs. something like Shrek 2... What do you think would win? (I think they came out at the same time... I don't remember, but you get my point...)
The Best Animated Feature category was introduced in 2001.

In 2001 Shrek beat Monsters, Inc.
In 2003 Finding Nemo won.
In 2004 The Incredibles won.
In 2006 Happy Feet (which was beautifully animated but ended up sucking rocks) beat Cars.
In 2007 Ratatouille won.

So in the 5 years that Pixar had film since the category was created, they've won 3 times. Not too bad.

P.S. Shrek 2 was nominated in 2004, but lost to The Incredibles.

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Hmm, I don't know why people are ragging on Shrek. It was a good movie. Shrek 2 was arguably much better, but it deserved to lose to the Incredibles. As good as it was, the Incredibles was... eh... incredible.

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I'm not sure about the awards, but for me, Shrek 2 was much more funnier, beautiful, better animated, funny again and inspired than Cars.
In my opinion all the Shrek movies tanked... (Didn't even bother with 3) But most other people like them...

I think Pixar movies are really the only animated movies that I go out of my way to go see or watch... *shrugs* I can pass up the Dreamworks movies, but I did enjoy Antz and maybe... Over the Hedge.... Those were okay. (Then there was Spirit: Stallion of the Cimmeron... that was a long time ago, but I still love that one... )


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Yeah I didn't much care for the third Shrek movie. It was a stretch. And you're right that most other Dreamworks movies aren't worth the $10 to see in the theater. To be honest, though, I haven't been excited about a Pixar movie since... uh... Toy Story I guess? Well I haven't been excited about movies in general in years. That's probably because I was so disappointed after I built myself up for the Star Wars prequels. When I saw the Pixar movies on cable I've liked pretty much every single one.

Wall-E, though, I couldn't get home fast enough on opening day to beg my dad to take me. Oh man, that makes me sound like a kid doesn't it? More convenient for me if he pays, plus going to the movies alone always seemed kind of depressing and sad to me.

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Wow, that would have been a tough selection. If I had a vote between the first Shrek and any of my top three Pixar Films, I don’t know which would win. Yes, Shrek isn’t as original as the Pixar Films and yes Shrek has adolescent humor in it, but those are Shrek’s strengths as well as its weakness. Personally I love the Shrek franchise.

Dream Works IMO is a very good studio. They do not have the consistence of Pixar, but I am thankful for the competition in producing quality family orientated movies.

I really can’t argue against any of the choices for The Best Animated Feature, other than 2006 when the committee was obviously off the wagon.


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Hmm, I don't know why people are ragging on Shrek.
It was entertaining, but it wasn't a great movie. Watch it again in 10 years and keep track of how much of the "pop culture humor" is still relevant.

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What would Wall-E be going up against? Madagascar 2...?
Good question. There'll probably be a smattering of animated films around the holiday season, so we'll have to wait and see.

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In my opinion all the Shrek movies tanked... (Didn't even bother with 3) But most other people like them...
The first two were entertaining. The third was just squeezing the last of the blood from the rock.

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I think Pixar movies are really the only animated movies that I go out of my way to go see or watch... *shrugs* I can pass up the Dreamworks movies, but I did enjoy Antz and maybe... Over the Hedge.... Those were okay. (Then there was Spirit: Stallion of the Cimmeron... that was a long time ago, but I still love that one... )
Dreamworks is decent at making somewhat-entertaining distractions.

Disney (under Eisner) seemed to only be interested in making money. Lasseter did a bunch of "last minute" stuff with Meet the Robinsons, but truthfully I can't really tell you what that means. So I'm cautiously optimistic to see what the "new Disney" will do (i.e. The Princess and the Frog, Bolt, etc), however the this *expletive deleted* Beverly Hills Chihuahua movie they're pimping makes me think that maybe not that much has changed.
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It was entertaining, but it wasn't a great movie. Watch it again in 10 years and keep track of how much of the "pop culture humor" is still relevant.
I didn't say it was great, but it's not bad entertainment.

The only thing I could think of when I saw the preview for that Chihuahua movie was "wow.... those are some really good 3D models!" Beyond that it turned my brain to mush.

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I didn't say it was great, but it's not bad entertainment.
I didn't say that you did

You asked why people were ragging on it. I offered my 2 cents. They gave themselves a nice little paycheck, but the movie was brain candy and nothing more. I don't think that studios that churn out vapid, pop culture movies deserve acclaim and I don't think those movies themselves deserve awards. I think awards should be reserved for films that actually do something to deserve them.

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