Top 5 Disney Pixar Films

Is there anyone that doesn’t like Disney? It’s one of the few companies that people of all genders and ages enjoy.

As it was too hard to cut down from ALL the Disney films, I decided to just choose my favourites from the 17 Pixar ones.

  1. Toy Story
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Toy Story (1995), Directed by John Lasseter.

Growing up I always wondered what my toys done when I wasn’t looking. When a cowboy doll, Woody (Tom Hanks), owner gets a new space cadet toy, Woody lets his jealousy get the better of him and doesn’t like the competition over whose Andy’s favourite. Also it is one of the few films whose sequels didn’t flop.

 

2. Up

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Up (2009), Directed by Pete Docter and Bob Peterson.

78-year-old, Carl Fredricksen (Edward Asner), has always wanted to explore South America. After his wife dies, he ties balloons to his house and embarks on his adventure. However, he accidentally brings along a young boy, Russell, and despite being cranky at first they form a tight bond.

 

3. The Incredibles

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The Incredibles (2004), Directed by Brad Bird.

Mr Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) and Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) used to be famous superheroes but they are now forced into living normal civilised lives with their 3 children, who also have superpowers. However, Mr Incredible yearns for his superhero days back.

 

4. Ratatouille

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Ratatouille (2007), Directed by Brad Bird and Jan Pinkava.

Remy, a rat whose dream consists of being a chef, is washed away from his family and ends up in the sewers of Paris. When he finds himself situated underneath one of the finest restaurants in Paris and uses it to his advantage.

 

5. Finding Nemo

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Finding Nemo (2003), Directed by Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich.

Marlin is overly protective of his son, Nemo. On Nemos first day of school he is captured by a Scuba Diva. His father sets on a journey, meeting friends along the way, to help find and save his son.

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