Latest Movie News Headlines

MOVIE POLL: What is your favorite Pixar movie?

May. 28, 2009by: Mike Sampson

What is your favorite Pixar movie?

Toy Story
A Bug's Life
Toy Story 2
Monsters, Inc.
Finding Nemo
The Incredibles
Cars
Ratatouille
Wall-E
Tags: Hollywood
Strikeback
Not registered? Sign-up!
Or

10:30PM on 05/28/2009
Wall-E.
Wall-E.
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
+0
5:32PM on 05/28/2009
i loved ratatouille.
what could be more endearing than a restaurant kitchen full of rats.
i loved ratatouille.
what could be more endearing than a restaurant kitchen full of rats.
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
5:20PM on 05/28/2009
It's really hard to choose between Toy Story, The Incredibles, and Wall-E. I think honestly Wall-E is their most brilliant work. That film just screams "genius" to me. The Incredibles was hella fun, but Toy Story was the first (and yet, still amazing) and is full of everything you would want in a Pixar film. I went with Toy Story because it's the one I've probably seen the most and is the first of many great achievments. Very entertaining as well. Actually, I'm surprised Finding Nemo is
It's really hard to choose between Toy Story, The Incredibles, and Wall-E. I think honestly Wall-E is their most brilliant work. That film just screams "genius" to me. The Incredibles was hella fun, but Toy Story was the first (and yet, still amazing) and is full of everything you would want in a Pixar film. I went with Toy Story because it's the one I've probably seen the most and is the first of many great achievments. Very entertaining as well. Actually, I'm surprised Finding Nemo is #1. Isnt that their biggest hit? I know it's my girlfriends favorite.

I need to go back and watch Ratatouille again. I've only seen it the one time and didnt really care for it. Otherwise all Pixar films have been incredible and I cant wait to see Up this weekend.
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
2:55PM on 05/28/2009
Ratatouille is by far Pixar's best and most underrated achievement. Why no love for the rat?
Ratatouille is by far Pixar's best and most underrated achievement. Why no love for the rat?
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
12:49PM on 05/28/2009
The Incredibles!!! whattt. def toy story or finding nemo with runner up wall-e
The Incredibles!!! whattt. def toy story or finding nemo with runner up wall-e
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
12:28PM on 05/28/2009
They're all absolutely fantastic, but I'd have to go with Toy Story or Finding Nemo.

Cars was by far the worst Pixar movie, but even so, it's still better then 98% of other animated flicks.
They're all absolutely fantastic, but I'd have to go with Toy Story or Finding Nemo.

Cars was by far the worst Pixar movie, but even so, it's still better then 98% of other animated flicks.
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
11:23AM on 05/28/2009
I saw Up a couple weeks ago, and it would be my #1 pick, but since it's not out yet I'll go with previous #1, which was Wall-E.
I saw Up a couple weeks ago, and it would be my #1 pick, but since it's not out yet I'll go with previous #1, which was Wall-E.
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
+0
9:57AM on 05/28/2009
I like them all too hard to choose just one...Cars probably the only one I didn't like as much.
I like them all too hard to choose just one...Cars probably the only one I didn't like as much.
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
8:26AM on 05/28/2009

I Hate

The Incredibles.

I remember the first time I saw it and just being blown away by pretentiousness (and I freaking hate using that word). But come on, everything about that movie was just screaming, "Oh, look! We're all very witty and topically relevant cartoon adults for kids!" I can't stand people who can't get over themselves, and the same applies to movies. It could have been fun and harmless, but it tried digging under my skin and there are just some places cartoons should not go. At
The Incredibles.

I remember the first time I saw it and just being blown away by pretentiousness (and I freaking hate using that word). But come on, everything about that movie was just screaming, "Oh, look! We're all very witty and topically relevant cartoon adults for kids!" I can't stand people who can't get over themselves, and the same applies to movies. It could have been fun and harmless, but it tried digging under my skin and there are just some places cartoons should not go. At least Disney or Pixar ones...

The rest are great, though. Except for maybe Toy Story 2, but I can't really hate it.
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
8:13AM on 05/28/2009
FIRST! I loved The Incredibles. Wall-E was awesome too though. But I had to go Superhero.
FIRST! I loved The Incredibles. Wall-E was awesome too though. But I had to go Superhero.
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
View All Comments

Latest Movie News Headlines


Top
Loading...
JoBlo's T-Shirt Shoppe | support our site... Wear Our Gear!