Opinion Battles Round 15 Favourite Pixar Movie

Opinion Battles Round 15 – Favourite Pixar Movie!

Movie Reviews 101

Opinion Battles Round 15

Favourite Pixar Movie

With Finding Dory finally making it to England it is time to go into Pixar’s back category and pick our favourite of the company’s short history. They have broken our hearts over and over again bringing tears to our eyes many times.

If you want to take part in the next round of Opinion Battles we are celebrating the release of Suicide Squad by looking at our favourite villains from a Batman movie, the closing date is 6th August 2016 and email your choices to moviereviews101@yahoo.co.uk

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Toy Story 3ts 3

Toy Story 3 is the third chapter of the adventures of Woody and Buzz Lightyear who find themselves in the day care centre because Andy has reached college age. The fact this film represents the stage of life where we move on and will no longer need toys in…

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28 Responses to Opinion Battles Round 15 Favourite Pixar Movie

  1. Kevin says:

    Monsters Inc is by far my favourite. While Nemo is a touching story, and it gave me the sniffles, it was Monsters that made me shed a tear.

    Incredibles fed into my love for scifi and comic books so that one has a special place in my heart, particularly because of Edna Mode and how much she looks like Linda Hunt

    As for Toy Story…let’s not go there 😛

    And now that you mention Studio Ghibli, tell me which one is your favourite?

    • emmakwall says:

      Monsters Inc is a good shout. That’s probably my favourite after Toy Story 1 / 2. Didn’t like 3 or Finding Nemo much. I haven’t seen as many of the recent ones!

      I don’t think I’ve seen The Incredibles either, maybe once!

      From Studio Ghibli my favourites are Spirited Away, The Cat Returns and Arrietty. Though they’re all great to watch! What about you?

      • Kevin says:

        Spirited Away by far. Not only is it a great story but the aesthetics of the ‘other world’ are great and I love the portrayal of Japanese folklore, with the different spirits and gods.

        Having said so, my knowledge of Studio Ghibli films is limited. I need to sit down and marathon my way through most of them hahaha, just to complete my mental collection.

    • I love Monster Ink.

  2. I have to admit, I’m not a huge Pixar fan (duckiung head in shame) but I do love Toy Story and Finding Nemo.😊

  3. beetleypete says:

    Oh no! I can’t vote, as I don’t have a favourite Pixar film.
    I just hate them all, equally!
    Glad it’s a weekday, and you are back again.
    As ever, Pete. XXX

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