Every Pixar Movie From Worst to Best

Nick Kush

A current college student, Nick founded MovieBabble in October of 2016. As a film critic, he offers content that is meant to entertain as well as educate. He fell in love with film after first seeing Forrest Gump and has been hooked ever since.

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  1. Personally I liked Monsters University more than I did Monsters, Inc. though I wouldn’t be able to say exactly why, maybe I should rewatch them. But I’m glad to see you put Toy Story 3 over the first one as well, I’m always hardpressed to sell that fact to my friends (or even worse, hear they’ve never even seen any Toy Story movie)

    • MovieBabble says:

      Considering Toy Story 3 made me weep at the end I’d say it’s similar to the LOTR franchise where they got better with each movie

      • Hm, the second Toy Story isn’t all that great. And LotR is a trilogy, the end of a story, so it inherently has a bigger pay off (with the hundred endings and all). But when talking about Toy Story 2 and 3, it’s more genuine sequels. You could say the third is closing the story too, but hey, guess what, they’re making a fourth Toy Story. Consider the Harry Potter series, most instalments are like Toy Story and its sequels, following up on each other and all that, but Deathly Hallows Part 1 and 2 are more comparable to Lord of the Rings. You don’t HAVE to see all first six Potter movies (though you probably should) and you don’t need to see all three Toy Story movies, but you do kinda need to see all three Lord of the Rings movies as well as both Deathly Hallows movies.

        I could use other examples like Hunger Games and other young adult dystopian adaptations, but that’s not fair, they can’t compare to the movies mentioned. I mean, Shailene Woodley won’t be in the last Divergent movie, if it will even ever get made, just because of how poorly it did.

      • MovieBabble says:

        I was just trying to compare a current trilogy to another current trilogy. Just because the story continues doesn’t detract from the fact that the first three movies tell a complete story and have a pay off. LOTR and Toy Story are definitely different in composition, but each film builds off the other for a complete story

  2. Wrapacar.us says:

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  3. Great ranking! I love Monsters, Inc. first then, Inside Out and Toy Story 3. My least fave is The Good Dinosaur although I think the worst is Cars 2 (I do like it though).

  4. Joel Scott says:

    Love Pixar Films.

    When my wife and I sit down for movie night, it is typical that I pick a Pixar movie. I love the list, but would move Toy Story up closer to the top. Pixar wouldn’t be Pixar without it.

  5. Because I’m a fanboy, I’d personally have Wall-E a little further up, but it’s a solid list nonetheless.
    Some of these, I haven’t yet seen, and a few, I’m just going to stay away from (the Cars series, for instance).

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