POLL RESULTS: What is the Best Pixar Movie?
This weekend Pixar released their 21st full-length animated film Toy Story 4 to the tune of $238 million at the global box office. ComingSoon.net asked its readers which of the Pixar movies was their favorite, and the official results are in! Check out what Pixar movies are the most (and least) favorite of our readers in the poll results below, and order your tickets for Toy Story 4 by clicking here!
What is the Best Pixar Movie?
Toy Story (16%, 184 votes)
Wall-E (14%, 167 votes)
The Incredibles (12%, 144 votes)
Up (10%, 113 votes)
Finding Nemo (10%, 112 votes)
Toy Story 3 (8%, 97 votes)
Ratatouille (7%, 79 votes)
Monsters, Inc (5%, 58 votes)
Coco (4%, 52 votes)
Inside Out (4%, 52 votes)
Toy Story 2 (4%, 46 votes)
The Incredibles 2 (2%, 23 votes)
A Bug’s Life (1%, 15 votes)
Cars (1%, 11 votes)
Brave (1%, 9 votes)
Monsters University (0%, 5 votes)
Finding Dory (0%, 3 votes)
The Good Dinosaur (0%, 2 votes)
Cars 2 (0%, 1 vote)
Cars 3 (0%, 0 votes)
Since all the Pixar films in the Top 5 are from more than a decade ago, including the 24-year-old original Toy Story, we’re guessing those that participated in the poll skewed to their late-20’s/early 30’s. It is surprising the impact the original Toy Story still has on audiences, as evidenced by the enormous success of Toy Story 4 this past weekend.
As for the Bottom 5, they are all Pixar films that hail from more recent vintage, with two Cars sequels, two other sequels (Finding Dory, Monsters University), and the legendary dud The Good Dinosaur. The studio had an incredible run of critical and box office success from 2001 to 2010 where they released no sequels, and it might be good for the studio to get back to making more original films.
Woody and the rest of the toys are back for an all-new adventure in Toy Story 4, welcoming new friends to Bonnie’s room, including a reluctant new toy called Forky. But Forky insists that he is NOT a toy! An actual spork-turned-craft-project, Forky is pretty sure that he doesn’t belong in Bonnie’s room. Unfortunately, every time he tries to get away, someone yanks him back into an adventure he’d rather skip.
Woody’s journey in Toy Story 4 also includes a visit to a carnival where he meets Ducky and Bunny, two carnival prizes who are eager to be won. But when their plans are rudely interrupted by Woody and his friends, they find themselves on an unexpected adventure with a group of toys who have no idea what it feels like to be tacked to a prize wall.
Toy Story 4 is now playing in theaters everywhere.