AMC 20 Monsters Inc
Pixar has been an animation staple pretty much since the studio hit big with Toy Story back in 1995. They were the first to introduce full CGI animation and ever since then they have continued to climb new peaks and conquer them as far as the category goes. Since making their debut into full-length film, Pixar has taken home a total of 12 Academy Awards, 11 Grammys, and 6 Golden Globes. The films have also taken awards from institutions such as the Annie Awards, Phoenix Film Critics Society, Toronto Film Critics Association, and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). Pixar has also brought in some of the best voice and musical talent the world has to offer over their 20 year history.
However, with every great thing there is also debate surrounding it. To date Pixar has released just 15 feature films with a 16th coming later this year, the debate is constantly alive regarding which Pixar films are the best and which weren't so great. I am personally a huge Pixar fan and I'm not ashamed, even as an adult, to say that just about every one of them has made me cry at least once. I wanted to share my list of Pixar's work from worst to best as I see it and have seen it for a long time. Just because something is at the bottom doesn't necessarily mean I hated it, but it just didn't shine as bright as the others did.
15. Cars 2 (2011)
Easily the worst release the studio has had. While Cars was a big hit in 2006 and even inspired an entire land at Disney's California Adventure in Anaheim, the sequel didn't seem to resonate with fans and critics as it's pretty widely considered the least successful film of the studio's history.Cars 2 (2011)
Unfortunately, Cars 2 came across as overly childish, confusing, and the whole plot was just plain stupid. I would still say it's better aesthetically than most animated efforts from other studios, but story-wise it was a complete strike out.
14. Monster's University (2013)
Monster's University served as the studio's first prequel and although it wasn't a total loss, I just didn't enjoy it as much as the others. I would much rather watch Monsters, Inc.
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