amazing even animation that pixar created in 1999 was great already i dont know the future of pixar animation how its look likes...still looking good in 2017 even its 1999 animation
*MIME MINE MINE MINE MINE MINE MINE MINE*
I GREW UP WITH THESE
My Top 10 Pixar Movies:
1. Toy Story 3
2. Cars 2
4. Toy Story 2
5. Toy Story
6. Inside Out
8. The Incredibles
9. Monsters Inc.
If none of you haters can wrap your heads around Cars 2's "complicated" plot, then please keep away from the actual hardcore spy films.
Cars 2 = A Really Underrated Masterpiece
I never anticipated the release of a Pixar movie more than I anticipated Finding Nemo. MAN it feels like it was just yesterday I was watching the anglerfish trailer for it in theaters
my favorite pixar movie is Inside out
You forgot: "Buzz Lightyear: Star Command", that cheap 2002 Buzz movie. Pixar colaborated in it.
For the birds is my favorite Pixar short
I like Pixar's older work better than their newer releases.
I love Pixar today I'm still in school I want to work for Pixar because I'm good with animating
i love PIXAR all of there movies and shorts i cannot wait for all of there upcoming stuff i love pixar
I love Gerri's game
ANDY'S COMING! Okay toy story is the best
Where is big hero 6?
Cayla it's an awesome Disney movie actually
Jojo Swagg I think that is DreamWorks, not Pixar
my OPINION below. i expect disagreement.
in no particular order...
10 / 10 - ratatouille, toy story series, incredibles, wall-e, monsters inc, up, inside out
9 / 10 - finding nemo, good dinosaur, cars, monsters university,
8.5 / 10 - brave, finding dory, a bugs life
7 / 10 - cars 2
people talk smack on cars 2, but i liked it. thou i can agree it was there least impressive, it made me laugh quite a bit.
imo piper looks the best
ahh toy story i remember the good old days it was my favorite anime
Ratatouille is possibly the best they ever made
11:46 They've Got Drunk Because Just For Saying Airplane?
when i was a young boy (pun intended) i thought the bloopers was real like they are actually shooting film.
More like the devolution of Pixar lol it was great and it's just getting worse.
Their Short called Piper was amazingly animated, when I first saw it I thought it was live action.
"Do you know what it's like to miss your family?"
God damn it, Pixar, don't make me cry in a trailer already!!!
Cars... the first and my favourite pixar movie ive ever seen. cars 2 wasnt so good but im hyped for cars 3
Finding Nemo was a HUGE step up animation wise. You can see intense differences between Monsters Inc. and Nemo.
Pixar did ALOT to their human animation between 1988 and 1995. The baby was terrifying back then!
I am Bleeding with nostalgia right now.
I miss the outtakes
Piper might be the best looking animation today
I guess watching this, pixar isn't all bleak. Personally, Finding Dory and Cars 2 is trash. The Good dinosaur and monsters u were mediocre...
You should put next to each title if it is an feature length film or short film
Toy story was 1999? HOLY SHIT
so that's how toy story was made
pixar used to make movies or cartoons about toys
Now im gonna go watch wall e again
Toy Story 3, Monsters Inc, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, UP, and Inside Out will always be the best from Pixar
I have seen so many of these animations
Piper is a truly amazing short. The animation is so good!
Here's my review for each and every Pixar movie:
Toy Story: I'm ashamed to say that this is my least favorite in the franchise, but I still love this movie to death, with its creative writing, memorable characters, and witty humor. Pixar just knocked this one out of the park being the first computer animated movie.
A Bug's Life: This movie was good, but not great. I absolutely loved the circus bugs, but was a little bothered with the cliched storyline. The movie LOOKS very nice, but it simply didn't have that same creative writing like Toy Story had. Not that I wanna compare movies unless it's a franchise, but this one was a good one.
Toy Story 2: My favorite of the trilogy, Toy Story 2 is hilarious, engaging, and emotional from beginning to end. It's amazing how Pixar can make me cry really hard in the When She Loved Me song, to making me laugh really hard in the fight scene in the elevator. Pixar is truly special, and Toy Story 2 is one of my favorite movies they've ever done.
Monsters, Inc.: Here's another really creative one. Monsters, Inc. just sucks you into the Monster World with creativity and excitement that it's hard not to love it. With funny characters and a great emotional payoff, Monsters, Inc. is a very good movie to its own merit.
Finding Nemo: A little bit overrated, but still a very good film. Maybe it's a little bit too emotional for my liking, but the fact is, the movie looks AMAZING, the writing and characters are engaging, and...LOOK AT THE ANIMATION! I wouldn't put it in my top 5 favorites by them, but still very good nonetheless.
The Incredibles: I think this one is a little bit overrated too. There are some adult themes that didn't really stick with me, and don't hate me for saying this: but I don't like Syndrome. I found his motivation to be confusing and ridiculous. But The Incredibles still has great action scenes, great animation, and good characters (especially Edna). It's a good movie that deserves to be watched.
Cars: Here's a very underrated one. I really liked Cars when I first saw it. Even though it does have a cliched storyline, what it does have is great visuals, memorable and likeable characters, and a whole lot of heart. I still stand by that its message is one of the best Pixar has ever done. I definitely think it deserves more credit.
Ratatouille: I ADORE this movie! My brothers love to call Ratatouille movie magic, and it kind of is. I love the idea of it (a rat wanting to cook? That's awesome!) it's a very engaging storyline, and this one DOES have the best message Pixar has ever done. This movie makes me happy every single time I watch it.
WALL-E: In my harsh opinion, Pixar's most overrated movie. Not to say that it's bad, in fact, it's pretty decent. But here's my thing: I loved the first half of the movie, with the gorgeous animation, no talking, and the perfect chemistry between WALL-E and EVE. But as soon as the humans came along, I just REALLY lost interest. Plus, the eco-friendly message didn't help either. I just kept wanting to get back to just WALL-E and EVE, but as it is, it's a decently good movie.
Up: In my opinion, this is their most emotional movie as a whole. The first 15 minutes had me crying like a b-word. After that, it's a fun-filled adventure with hilarious characters, great-looking animation, and so much creativity that I dare call this movie Pixar's most creative. This movie is spectacular down to a t, and definitely deserved the nomination for best picture.
Toy Story 3: What a great idea for a third movie! Introducing a new concept, but pushing the story of the characters forward. That's what they did here, and they nailed it. Much like it's predecessor's, it's creative, emotional, and hilarious all at the same time and ended on the most perfect note imaginable. But what will Toy Story 4 bring us?
Cars 2: Easily their worst movie. How do you go from a movie about racing to a movie about spies??? That makes zero sense to me. On top of that, the story is REALLY complicated, and it has a plot twist that I can't even wrap my head around! With that being said, it's actually not that bad. It's got great animation and the characters are still likeable. But it's still a messy movie, and I hope Pixar will rebound with Cars 3.
Brave: I actually like this movie. It's not one of their best, but it's still enjoyable. Brave has a good message, good characters, and like any other Pixar movie, it just LOOKS great. However, the story is very rushed. It didn't give me enough time to learn about the history, the characters (mainly the Lords), and not a lot of emotional depth (aside from the ending). Nevertheless, I did enjoy this movie, and I'm just gonna say it right now: I liked it more than Wreck-it-Ralph. COME AT ME INTERNET!!!
Monsters University: In hindsight, I really shouldn't like this movie. It's cliched as hell, some of the characters aren't very likeable, and it's honestly not very creative. However. It. Is. Hilarious. My goodness, this movie had me laughing my butt off throughout, that I was nearly crying of laughter. Dare I say it, it may be Pixar's funniest movie. So despite its obvious flaws, Monsters University gets a thumbs up from me based on the comedy alone.
Inside Out: Here it is, my favorite Pixar movie. Inside Out has everything I've ever wanted in an animated movie. The movie is gorgeous and colorful to look at, the characters are interesting and engaging, it's incredibly funny from beginning to end, and the emotional moments strike me so hard that I cried on more than one occasion. Inside Out is pure movie nirvana, and takes my top spot as my favorite Pixar film ever.
The Good Dinosaur: I thought this one was very underrated. It's not great, but I thought it was clearly a good movie (no pun intended). The animation is probably some of Pixar's best (maybe aside from the characters blending into the environment), the story is engaging, and the emotional moments hit very close to home for me. I admit the concept of dinosaurs becoming farmers or cowboys is a little ridiculous, but its good story-writing is what made me enjoy this one.
Finding Dory: This movie is very clearly not as good as the first. The opening felt like it paid tribute to the first with rehashed jokes and winks to the audiences with certain characters. Also, the climax is too over-the-top. However, the entire time that they were at the aquarium is where the heart of the movie is. The new characters are great, it's emotionally investing, and it's really really funny. Not as good as the first one, but still a decently good movie.
In my opinion, Pixar is the best animated company ever, and I can't wait to see what all of their upcoming movies will bring.
Thanks for expressing your thoughts, I found it interesting to read.
Day and Night (2010) looks a lot like two horny men fighting to get the girl in their pants. 😂
Love pixar ❤️
I love how The Incredibles is a better superhero film than any of the MCU films...
personally i thought inside out was very overrated, watched it twice and it never clicked with me. pixar's golden era was between ~2004 and 2009 with the incredibles, wall-e and up.
Basically 80% of my childhood summed up in a YouTube video.
incredibles 2, cars 3, hurry up we NEED you
The Incredibles is my favourite Pixar movie!!
Sid always creeped the fuck out of me!!
I saw Piper before Finding Dory. It was so cute AND the animation was just stunning!
I love bugs life
If you've ever had the chance to see piper in full HD up close, you'll know that it. is. incredible. The visuals are stunning, the story is amazingly told and overall just crazy quality.
in the good dinosaur and piper. they really made some drastic strides towards realism.
Everything after Toy Story could be released today without much fuss.
Where is Moana?
KegPatcha I think that was disneys animation studios rather than pixar
Ratatouille is the best animated movie ever made.
Lifted was so funny I loved it
Monsters University is massively underrated and is barely spoken. While I agree with the fact that it didn't bring much nostalgic feelings to Pixar fans as Monsters Inc did, but it still remains to be a great movie with a supported storyline, brilliant animation, lovely characters, relaxing music, and good morals! Brave, The Good Dinasaur, Cara, A Bug's Life were totally good but Monsters University deserves a higher spot!
knick knack is my favourite I think, just so many memories
The baby from tin toy and the clown from reds dream and the snowman from knick knack are fucking demons
Wall-e was such a deep movie if you think about it now.
+Low Gunfire oh yeah. You are right.
I'd say Toy Story 3 went darkest and deepest, but let's agree to disagree. :)
+Low Gunfire hmm yeah, but wall-e was the most.
Nearly all of Pixar's movies are deep (yes, even Cars 2 falls in the deep category).
HELL YEA TIN TOY. I FOUND TON TOY SOOOO FUNNY AS A KID I LAUGHED MY ASS OFF
what about mulan and lion king?
ohh okay. haha.
Dinsey studios not Pixar studios. Yes Pixar is owned by Disney.
The Dark Side: Disney
The Bright Side: Pixar
Thank you! Gosh, offending people seems like the easiest thing in the world to do.
Oh, I thought that was an insult towards Disney... never mind.
I see what you mean.
Leala Banks true, i see what you mean
Beast Mode don't you think Bambi's mom getting shot dead is a bit dark? Don't you think Simba's dad dramatically getting thrown off a cliff to his death is a bit dark? See what I mean? Disney is fun but can also be rather dark. Pixar usually seems a little more lighthearted.
Disney= Disney + Pixar
where is planes huh. that's Pixar's best franchise
martin stier yo sup doge
Wait... Toy story 3 wasn't 2010. Was it?
Pixar has become a bit dissapointing. The only movie I really liked in the last seven years or so, was Inside Out.
I thought the croods would be from Pixar too
I'm glad they took their sweet time with toy story 3 and made it fucking beautiful
The reason a bugs life is one my my all time favorites is because of the outakes scenes.
"you all look like ants from here!" literally barely off the ground
TheSlinja i got the joke like a looonnggg time ago i meant that that part is just too funny
psycho dragon ......the joke is that they always look like ants
cause they are ants
Cars - modern warfare
Cars 2 - infinite warfare
when i watched good dinosaur in the cinema i was amazed at how good the animation was and the backgrounds, they looked so real. It was amazing.
I've never noticed it before, but I'm in LOVE with the way that they made Doug's eyebrows, eyes, and ears move in Up. Having a golden retriever myself and her do that all the time, that little detail makes me reallllly happy.
ratatouille is so underrated
Toy Story and Finding Nemo are the best.
Cool, finding nemo came out the year I was born!
Im sorry but what happened in 2015
brave's animation is so freaking beautiful!
When the plane winked at the end of Cars 2 was he hinting at Planes?
Bourbon' used to scare me when I was little
I was born with Toy Story 2?
I don't know what is wrong with me, but watching all these movies and shorts on order makes me want to cry and smile at the same time for some reason.
That inside out "girl alert" moment was one of the funniest moments in the film
because i can relate
(My crush tried to hug me one time, i flipped out and ran away)
alex augustine Not Pixar.
Toy story 3 was in 2010 I thought it was in 2007
3:06 - I was just waiting for all of them to fall over 😆
You are missing Zootopia
Tony Mulyono Zootopia is not By Pixar
he forgot zootopia...did he?
xXThatAnimationKidXx b Zootopia ain't Pixar
I loved Piper
the animation is amazing
11:22 Wow Super Meat Boy Movie XD
degree awful blue orccmr destroy refer fat mask hope quest question.
AND BIG HERO6 (2014) ?? WHERE??
Adrián Campos That's not pixar
uh One man band was Created in 2005
3:45 WHAT THE FUCK
geri's game is 1997 not 1998
you also forgot small fry
for the birds was also 2000 not 2001