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
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.

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5 films to watch when you’re emotional

Sometimes you just get the urge to cry and what’s a better way to do so than switching on a film you know will make you do exactly that.

  1. The Last Song
The Last Song (2010), Directed by Julie Anne Robinson.

Ronnie (Miley Cyrus), has hated her dad since her parents divorce and getting sent to spend the summer with him is the last thing she wants. However, after falling in love with Will Blakelee (Liam Hemsworth), she rediscovers her love for music, which she shares with her father, and forming a strong relationship with him. Despite being a Romance film, the most important relationship throughout is Ronnie’s with her father which will leave you sobbing.

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