We know Pixar as one of the most popular and biggest CGI-Animation Production house around, which has given some of the finest and fascinating animated feature films. Pixar uses a metaphor that is so strong that it drives the audience to love animated characters with all of their hearts. Pixar’s ability to integrate so many emotions – fear, love, action, and comedy, among others – with each having so much vigor in its own right, that the movie becomes a roller coaster of animation and adventure, wound together by the constant movement of setting and storytelling. Take a look at Pixar’s top 10 Animated movies so far.
1. Toy Story 3 (2010)
Toy Story 3 movie was such a pleasure to watch it was just astonishingly amazing and fantastic! The plot was well made, animation and brilliant star-cast with each defining the characters so realistically . All aspects were well made and a quality balance of emotion, action and comedy. This movie is appropriate for children up to grown ups, and is just as emotional and action packed Even for an adult. This movie gives a sense that even toys have emotions and that’s a jumble to make, but they have made it a perfect balance and everything about it is just… Wow!
The ending was so good, and it was an exciting movie to watch. It was not predictable and most appropriate. I think everyone should give this a watch, you will not be disappointed.
2. Finding Nemo (2003)
I just amazingly loved this movie! “Finding Nemo” is funny, visually stunning, fantastic casts and a great script to work with. Clown fish Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) is an overprotective father who tries to shield his underdeveloped and over excited son Nemo (voiced by Alexander Gould) from the ills of the underwater world. One day Nemo is caught in a net by a fisherman, and with the help of a friendly and forgetful fish named Dory (voiced by Ellen DeGeneres), the duo go about trying to locate the missing boy-fish, encountering various characters along the way (from a shark in rehab to a family of sea turtles). A wonderfully fresh and inspiring film.
3. UP (2009)
Yet another amazingly crafted, intelligently funny and emotional drama for all ages with stunning CGI work. The quality of the animation; the lushly realistic textures, the incredible lighting, the wryness of character movements all multiply the feel and atmosphere. This easily the best family animation feature.
Charles Muntz is Carl’s childhood hero. He’s a famous explorer that, about 70 years ago, discovered the bones of some kind of bird that no one has every seen before . Scientists claim that Charles made up everything, so Charles swore that he would find a living specimen. This is where Kevin comes in. Charles spent the rest of his life trying to capture Kevin, and when Russel and Carl grow fond of Kevin, the two parties are at an opposition. Now, Carl finds his childhood hero trying to kill him.
UP is a fantastic film with a story of hope, joy, and enlightenment that I really loved. The story, production, and characters grab your emotions and draw you in. This film is something everyone will enjoy.
4. The Incredibles (2004)
The Incredibles is a great action movie with strong characters and each character possess unique , incredible powers. One of the greatest things about The Incredibles is that it’s not a kiddies film; it’s completely different to all the other Pixar films. They bring out Tommy guns in the second scene, for crying out loud! If you want to see a more adult animated film, then go see The Incredibles, and enjoy every minute. But I wouldn’t bring someone younger than 4 maybe, because it isn’t really aimed at them, and they probably would find it quite scary.
5. Ratatouille (2007)
“Ratatouille” teaches us to always pursue our hopes and dreams, whatever obstacles or limitations are placed in our way.
Remy, is a small rat with big dreams. Where the other rats have a passion for food, Remy has a passion for cooking food. He aspires to become like his role model and idol: Gusteau – the best chef in all of Paris. After Remy loses his family, he finds himself face to face with Gusteau’s restaurant – which is now slowly losing its 5 Star reputation. Unfortunately for Remy, his hero Gusteau suddenly passed away, leaving Remy pondering on what to do. When Remy bumps into Linguini, the garbage boy, they set out on an adventure together, to discover themselves, to discover secrets, and most importantly, to discover the art of real cooking.
This film reaches a certain amount of greatness. The voice casting is perfect, and it will associate with all kinds of audiences. It’s a flavor explosion, and you would be without taste not to enjoy this great Pixar dish.
6. WALL – E (2008)
The only thing that WALL – E stands out from rest of the Pixar movies is its brilliantly sculptured screenplay and sure visual feast to eyes and ears. I personally don’t like it as much as Ratatouille, but that’s just me. Wall E is cute, romantic, and beautiful. It’s also sweet. Pixar animation beats Dreamworks in every way imaginable. Most Dreamworks films are excellent and ravishing..Not to be missed…
7. Monster, Inc. (2001)
The story is simple and told beautifully combining strong voice talent such as Billy Crystal and John Goodman with great visual imagery and animation. Only Pixar can tell a story about monsters from our closets in the way that they can and make the characters to endearing that we care for them.
8. Toy Story 2 (1999)
Toy Story 2 is better than the first Toy Story. It is hard to find a sequel that is better than the original movie these days. The voices to each characters sounds quite natural and mesmerizing. I rarely see good values and good clean fun displayed in many movies anymore but this movie displays that and so much more. I say to any person, whether you have a family or not, to go out to your local video store today and have a double bill with the original Toy Story and Toy Story 2.
9. A Bug’s Life (1998)
I personally liked “A Bug’s Life” over “Car 1 and 2” movies. I loved every bit of the cinematography and storytelling I recommend this movie because it allows the mind to sit down and relax and without tension watch the movie in peace. The ending is no surprise as far as the typical ending goes, but this is definitely a delight worth seeing on the big screen. Must Watch…
10. Toy Story (1995)
Not only is the film irresistibly funny it is also has a clever story and unlike many movies of today you can watch this one over and over. The voices are done by a host of popular names that we all know and love. Some of the most popular being Tom Hanks as Woody, Tim Allen as Buzz Light year Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head, and John Ratzenberger as Hamm. Jim Varney even lends his hilarious voice as Slinky the Dog. The story is about a boy (Andy) that gets a new toy (Buzz Lightyear) for his birthday. Andy’s previous favorite toy (Woody) feels forgotten. After a series of mis-adventures the two find themselves away from the home and must learn to work together to find their way back.