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    What is your favorite PIXAR movie?

    Tell us which PIXAR movie is your favorite:


    TOY STORY

    A BUG'S LIFE

    TOY STORY 2

    MONSTERS INC.

    FINDING NEMO

    THE INCREDIBLES

    or if you already like CARS more let us know!


    Also since there is room for comments here, tell us who
    some of your favorite PIXAR characters in this area.

    I Like Bruce, Dory, Crush, and Squirt, and yes, Finding Nemo is my favorite Pixar movie so far!

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    I really, really liked 'The Incredibles'. Edna Mode rocked.

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    I have a love for Monsters Inc. I love Sully, Mike and Boo. As GC can attest to, I have a Boo of my very own!
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    Quote Originally Posted by libraryvixen
    I have a love for Monsters Inc. I love Sully, Mike and Boo. As GC can attest to, I have a Boo of my very own!
    Yep, she's very, very cute.

    I liked 'Monsters Inc', too. The ending always leaves this huge lump in my throat...

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    The Incredibles. It seems to be the culmination of all the Pixar films. It was really the first time I could picture myself inside that world. I could watch that more than any other Pixar film. And I would not mind seeing them turn it into a series. If it was done right, they could have a great time with the storyline.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini Cricket
    Yep, she's very, very cute.

    I liked 'Monsters Inc', too. The ending always leaves this huge lump in my throat...
    :o I don't wanna say she's gonna be gorgeous or anything......

    I watched Monsters Inc the other day and I cried big crocodile tears.
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    I liked Monsters, Inc a lot, but The Incredibles is my favorite Pixar film.
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    They go in this order for me:
    1. Monsters Inc - This movie is just amazing. I love it; it was the reason I came back to Disney. I was an angsty teenager and wept like a baby when I saw it.
    2. Finding Nemo - Has the best characters and is in general, the most fun.
    3. Toy Story - This has nostalgic value for me since I was actually a kid when it came out.
    4. Incredibles - The Incredibles just didn't do it for me that much. I love the concept, and the characters, and the art, but the story bored me. Too much of an action movie, and I felt like it lacked the "heart" the other movies had.
    5. Toy Story 2 - Just TOO depressing, I can't handle Jessie's story.
    6. Bugs Life - I really like the character design but I just didn't care for any part of the story.

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    The Incredibles was like coming home for me....very comfortable story, art, design, characters. I was blown away by it....because it was everything I love rolled up into one. There was some irony (I HATE it when villains monologue, so the fact that it was pointed out as part of the plot....to me...hilARious), adventure, design (LOVED their house, furniture, clothes, artwork, clock, tableware, Edna's home) family stuff (I really loved Violet--reminds me of my nine year old), and fashion (Edna Mode!!).

    I'm also a HUGE Finding Nemo fan....Dory is one of my most favorite movie characters EVER.

    Toy Story 2....I just loved. I haven't seen it in a little while...but when I watch it, I bawl during "When She Loved Me." Ugh...heartwrenching!

    And I really really loved A Bug's Life. And Monster's Inc.

    There hasn't been a Pixar movie that I haven't thought was excellent....they've been the only Disney movies since The Little Mermaid or Beauty and the Beast that I've enjoyed watching again and again!!

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    The Incredibles, Toy Story 2, and Monsters Inc
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    The Incredibles by a wide, wide margin for me. Brad Bird combines all of the visual delight and inventiveness and nuanced personality animation and tasteful design of the Disney past and adds a complexity and layering of modern writer/director driven cinema (without losing caracture and cartoon in the process). I forgot it was CGI, its so well designed I think of it as a Disney-classic-level traditional animated feature.

    It could never have been made in-house at today's Disney.

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    I love them all exept for The Incredibles and Bug's Life. I thought that those two films were far below average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinkerbell
    design (LOVED their house, furniture, clothes, artwork, clock, tableware, Edna's home) family stuff (I really loved Violet--reminds me of my nine year old), and fashion (Edna Mode!!).
    I loved the architecture and interior design of the Incredibles. After seeing it I wanted to visit thrift stores and redecorate my apartment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stinkerbell
    Toy Story 2....I just loved. I haven't seen it in a little while...but when I watch it, I bawl during "When She Loved Me." Ugh...heartwrenching!
    As do I Stink...as do I.

    It makes me not want to throw B's toys out. Though, no matter how ratty or scary, the toys that she cuddles the most stay with her and the ones that she never got close to (iw: the weirdly stuffed pig doll I won at the carnival), get donated.
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    I liked the putting them in a list idea
    1. Toy Story(I still crack up when Potato Head takes of his lips and puts them to his "tater hiney" towards slinky dog! & "I Found My Moving Buddy" is one of my fave lines"
    2. Incredibles
    3. Nemo
    4. Toy Story 2(I also get teary eyed at that part Stink)
    5. Monsters Inc
    6. Bugs LIfe(never really cared for this one so much



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