Our Five Favorite Pixar Movies

Monsters, Inc.

In a world where the screams of children provide power for Monstropolis, Monsters, Inc. is a scare factory, where top scarer Sully and his assistant Mike enjoy their existence in the limelight. When a little girl follows Sulley back to their world, their lives are upended and they must find a way to return the girl home safely. Here's a peek at the trailer for the 3D re-release.
 
  • Monsters, Inc. Monsters, Inc.
    In a world where the screams of children provide power for Monstropolis, Monsters, Inc. is a scare factory, where top scarer Sully and his assistant Mike enjoy their existence in the limelight. When a little girl follows Sulley back to their world, their lives are upended and they must find a way to return the girl home safely. Here's a peek at the trailer for the 3D re-release.
  • Toy Story 3 (or 1 or 2) Toy Story 3 (or 1 or 2)
    We'll call it a tie between all of the Toy Story movies, which we love dearly...here's a clip from the third installment, which takes Woody, Buzz and the gang to Sunnyside Daycare, where a slew of new toys are introduced and Barbie finally meets Ken! It's not long however, before Andy's toys discover Sunnyside isn't what it seems. Woody must convince them to return home in time for Andy's teary send-off to college.
  • Finding Nemo Finding Nemo
    An overprotective clownfish embarks on a seemingly impossible quest to find his son Nemo, and along the way, meets Dory, a forgetful yet optimistic Blue Tang. They encounter vegetarian sharks, surfer turtles and even attempt to speak whale! Er, WHHHaaaaaAAAAAAALe. (even more seaworthy here in the 3D update)
  • Wall-E Wall-E
    With a very limited vocabulary and a lot of heart, a trash-compactor named WALL-E charms the heart of a superior plant-seeking bot named EVE, and in the process, teaches us the value of nurturing our environment and bodies without being preachy.
  • Up Up
    This adventure-filled journey is a sight for sore eyes with luminous balloons, talking dogs and a bird with brilliant plumage! But it's is also a sky-high emotional ride, and tells the story of a 78-year-old balloon salesman and a young wilderness explorer, which is completely refreshing for today's youth-obsessed culture.
 
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