Thursday, July 15, 2010

What is your favorite Pixar film?

I was extremely surprised by the outpouring of deep, thoughtful comments I received on my last post, regarding the sadness of "UP." I'm thinking I may have to delve into controversy more often!

Anyhow, I thought it was appropriate to base my next poll on Pixar. What is your favorite Pixar film? Vote in poll on the sidebar, then leave me a comment in this post letting me know why!

My favorite is "The Incredibles." Second place would be a 4-way tie between Wall-E, Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc, and UP.

And I've got another Pixar controversial subject to touch upon in my next post. So stay tuned!

5 comments:

Carmie said...

I loved Toy Story 3. Especially because next year I'll be going to college like Andy. My friends call me the female version of Andy. :P

I thought that Toy Story 3 was sad too! But it was a happy/sad. I thought that it was a brilliant end to my favorite trilogy. I have more to say but I don't have the time. :P

MJ said...

Up is my favorite....
Finding Nemo comes in close second, it's just soo sad and great.

Third has to be the original Toy Story.

Carpe Guitarrem said...

It's a really hard tie between Wall-E and UP for me. (I haven't seen the Toy Story movies, though...) Wall-E was breathtaking and beautiful, and UP was heart-stirring. So they were amazing in totally different ways.

And not to say that UP wasn't gorgeous either or that Wall-E didn't speak to the heart, it's just that those were the areas where they reached a pinnacle.

I wound up giving Wall-E the very, very slender edge.

Hydra said...

My favorite is definitely Toy Story 3. It's absolutely hilarious, but at the same time it draws you in emotionally. Only a truly great animated movie can make you cry over a bunch of toys.
~Hydra
From Books to Movies and Back Again
(hydrabooksandmovies.blogspot.com)

Kinsey said...

Even though I think that Up! is Pixar's best film, my PERSONAL favorite is the Incredibles. I love the character development, the funnies, the bad guys, and the animation.