All Pixar Movies Ranked
Here are our rankings of the Pixar films!
14. Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo is a really fun movie with a strong emotional core. From the terrifying opening sequence to the joyful ending, it has everything anyone could ask for in the great family film. However, there are some scene that play out too long and jokes that overstay their welcome. However, characters like Marlin, Dory, and Crush help make all of that easier to overlook. Memorable dialogue and an excellent musical score help make this a solid movie.
13. Monsters, Inc.
What really makes Monsters, Inc. great is the fact that after this world is set up, the movie quickly becomes a chase film in which characters uncover a massive conspiracy. It brings to mind classic paranoid political thrillers like Three Days of the Condor or Enemy of the State. Billy Crystal and John Goodman are one of the best on-screen pairings ever and all of the magnificent acting work is done through their voices. Some bad dialogue and initial slow pace hurt the movie, but a great closing song and the emotionally crushing ending make this an unforgettable adventure.
12. Cars 3
The latest film from the animation studio is one of it's best sequels yet. Their Cars series is now back on track with a story that puts it's focus back on Lightning McQueen as his racing days come to an end. It's a movie more suited for adults, but kids will get a kick out of it too. They use each character well and only introduce new ones who are key to the plot. This one's a great closer to the trilogy.
Originally titled The Bear and the Bow, Brave boasts a bizarre story, but executes it very well. The unusual Scottish setting, music, and voice work set this one further apart and add to this captivating film. Mother and daughter both learn valuable lessons here and also gain a deeper understanding of one another and their relationship is strengthened for it. It's a darker film than most, delivering some real thrills and chills. This is one of the more underrated films in the Pixar canon and deserves a second look.