13 Pixar Classics: We Rank 'em!
Owen Gleiberman and Lisa Schwarzbaum have admired all the studio's animated features leading up to this year's ''Brave'' (now on DVD), but they do have a pecking order; see where Scottish princess lands on their list.They list all 13 Pixar feature films, and arrange them in order. I agree with their #1 and #2 pick "The Incredibles" would be #1, except that it took the runaway smash hit of the original "Toy Story" to get the franchise rolling. Respect, yo. The remainder of the list, though, I disagree with mightily. "Wall-E" is #4? "Ratatouille" is #9, ahead of "Monsters Inc." and "A Bug's Life"? Heck, "A Bug's Life" is #12 out of 13?
I am an unabashed fan of Pixar, owning all of the films except the current release of "Brave" (and only because it just came out. "The Incredibles" is one of my all-time favorite movies - animated or not - and both of my kids had Pixar movies as their "IT" movies - TheBoy had "Monsters Inc." and BabyGirl G. had "Finding Nemo" (for non-parents, the "IT" movie is the one your 2-4 year old decides that they need to watch 2-5 times a day for weeks on end. Yes, you *will* learn the dialogue by heart...).
Which is your Pixar fave?
That is all.