Question of the Week

Jun 13, 2011 7 comments
Hey guys! I am back for the next question of the week! So this weekend on ABC Family, they played a Disney Pixar Movie Marathon. Movies such as A Bugs Life, Finding Nemo and The Incredibles played. I personally love animated films and John Lasseter, the mastermind behind Toy Story, Wall•E, and almost all Pixar movies. Everything he touches turns to gold. For example, Toy Story 3 has a 8.6 rating on IMDB where as Titanic only has a 7.4(but I love Titanic!). The quote in the picture is from John Lasseter and it says "Art challenges technology, technology inspires the art"
So the question this week is: Whats your favorite pixar movie?

I don't think I could pick just one, I love all Pixar movies. Some of my favorites would have to be Toy Story, Tangled, The Incredibles, and Ratatouille.

Pixar Movies
  • Toy Story
  • Toy Story 2
  • Toy Story 3
  • Wall•E
  • Finding Nemo
  • Tangled
  • The Incredibles
  • Ratatouille
  • Monster's Inc.
  • Meet the Robinson's(I think this is Pixar)
  • Bolt
  • Up
  • Cars
  • A Bug's Life
I think I listed them all, let me know if I missed any :)
Have a great day!


  • Unknown said...

    Oh gosh, my friends and I debate this all the time and I can never decide. It always comes down to liking different movies for different reasons. The Toy Story franchise is untouchable in its perfection, I think I've seen Nemo more times than any of the other movies, I Wall-E was the one I anticipated the most and thought was the most beautiful. Gahhh. I can't choose! Those are probably my standout faves. Oh, and Up!

  • JC ♔ said...

    I would say that I like Up the most... well, that and the Toy Story series as well of course. Your list actually brought back a lot of fond memories.

  • Cari said...

    Mine is Finding Nemo....the one that really made me laugh..."your son Fabio," love Dory...

  • Starryskies214 said...

    I'm going to have to go with Toy Story, I think it's genius. All 3 of them are. Pure genius. I really love Meet the Robinsons too (it's not Pixar though), it's one of the few animated movies that's ever made me cry.

  • Kassie said...

    I agree with all of you, Toy Story is untouchable. It just warms your heart, and I am sure everybody wanted to know if toys really could talk when they were little, I know I did. haha

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