My Ranking of Every Pixar Movie

It was a day like any other, lounging around thinking about Disney and Pixar when my friend asked me “Whats your favorite Pixar movie?” which then had me feeling like Andy with all his toys, they’re all my favorite! But there is a hierarchy and here you can see my ranking. I’ve broken it up into tiers so there isn’t too much hard decision making!

Tier 4:

18. Cars 2
17. The Good Dinosaur
16. Monsters University

Tier 3
15. A Bugs Life
14. Cars 3
13. Up
12. Finding Dory
11. WALL-E

Tier 2

10. Finding Nemo
9. Ratatouille
8. Monsters Inc.
7. Brave

6. Toy Story 2

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Tier 1
5. Inside Out
4. The Incredibles
3. Toy Story
2. Toy Story 3
1. Cars

Probably one of the hardest lists I’ve ever had to make, but I would love to hear what your favorites are and if you agree with my ranking or what you disagree with, I just thought this would be a fun (or gut wrenching and heart breaking, same thing right?) list to make! Of course as more Pixar movies come this list will change and be added to but as of now, this is what I think!M

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6 thoughts

  1. My favourites are probably The Incredibles, Inside Out and Monster’s Inc. I’m not a big fan of the various Toy Story films, Cars, or Finding Nemo. I did quite like A Bug’s Life though I know it isn’t a great film and Up was kind of cute though a little too much in places.
    Great list and thanks for sharing.

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    1. You’re on! Cars is well researched and is beautifully animated, Wall-E is great but it’s no Cars. Cars has everything you could want in a movie, it’s funny, it has action, mystery, and cute music. What more could you want in a movie?!

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      1. Needs less Larry the Cable Guy for starters.

        Wall-e has a non sexualized romance and is propaganda for children packed with decently important meaning. Not to mention an impressive score that not only compensates for the first half’s lack of dialogue, but makes the distinguishably unique setup more impactful. All of the articulation and non verbals used in that film make it art with feeling more than another goofy story about a guy learning not to be a jerk

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    2. I see your point, and I guess part of it is personal experience, lots of my life was spent going on long road trips to places quite like Radiator Springs and seeing all the real life references in the movie felt very cool. I don’t know about you but I’ve never been a trash collecting robot saving the world with a single plant. I love the movie, just not as much as I love Cars.

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      1. But you’ve been a toy? A superhero? Do the movies have to be relatable? Cars feels like a nostalgia pick morei than a merit pick (but I’m just playing devil’s advocate–it’s your personallist! and it’s actually really cool to get the backstory on why it’s in your top tier! And totally valid reasoning)

        I will say that Wall-e gives representation to awkward nerdy kids (id never self identified with a disney or pixar male/male coded character before, maybe Milo from Atlantis but that’s a stretch). And as a protag. Wall-e gets to unify and inspire people (in the movie) just because he sees the world differently and operates on his feelings and ’emotiins’ more than commands and directives, and even though EVE has all the gadgets and strength Wall-E still gets to be the hero through heart and perseverance more than a power, talent, or skill. So it kind of gave important representation by switching the stereotypical gender roles

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