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NDorado 6/18/2010 6:09:20 AM

I would rank Incredibles as number one.

-- Nick from City of Kik

Hobbs 6/18/2010 6:52:09 AM

Wall E?  No f'ing way.  My kid couldn't even sit still through that movie though when she tried it did put her to sleep.  We don't appreciate it caveman because it was the weakest pixar movie out there.

Is Shrek not Pixar?  That should be number one.  And I'm talking about the first Shrek, not the sequels.  This list is void without putting that movie on here.  UP should be number 2. 

You have to wonder if George Lucas looks at pixar today and thinks, "Man!  I should have hanged on to it longer before I sold it." 

lracors 6/18/2010 7:03:23 AM

1. The Incredibles

2. Toy Story

3. Finding Nemo

4. Toy Story 2

5. Wall*E

6. Up

7. Monster's Inc.

8. A Bug's Life

9. Ratatouille

10. Cars

kswizzle 6/18/2010 7:31:29 AM

Toy Story 2 greater than Finding Nemo?

my list 1. Up 2. Wall-E 3. Finding Nemo 4. Toy Story 5. The Incredibles 6. A Bug's Life 7. Ratatouille 8. Monster's Inc. 9. Toy Story 2 10. Cars

Tashiro 6/18/2010 8:17:41 AM

 @DangermouseZilla:  Yeah, I really could do with a lot less fart gags in movies / video games / etc.  I think the list was pretty good, as well.

Seriously, do we really need potty humour lacing what would be a great movie without it?  Shrek, I can see (and even they overdo it at times), but The Transformers?

Bmfstunner 6/18/2010 8:30:14 AM

Shrek is Dreamworks, so no, it doesn't get to be on this list.

Hobbs, just because your kid feel asleep during Wall-E doesn't mean it wasn't an incredible movie. Your opinion is that it's the weakest link, but I guarantee your in the minority with that feeling. You can look on RT and IMDB, both have it with high acclaim. Wall-E is definitely one of the more powerful Pixar movies, if you didn't enjoy it I'm sorry, that's your loss not mine.

TheWORstFan 6/18/2010 9:03:46 AM

Monsters Inc. should be higher up.

krathwardroid 6/18/2010 9:20:13 AM

I found Wall-E to be my least favorite on this list. While the robots were cute, I wasn't really invested in this movie. I'm surprised it got number 1 on this list. I didn't particularly care for Cars either and don't care to see a sequel to it. What they need to make a sequel to is The Incredibles. Next to the Toy Story movies, that's my favorite.

Heisenberg 6/18/2010 9:21:31 AM

 They need to make more movies so that Cars can no longer appear on any top ten list.


Heisenberg 6/18/2010 9:22:05 AM

 They need to make more movies so that Cars can no longer appear on any top ten list.


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