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Which film currently stands as Pixar's Best?

Toy Story
7 (14.3%)
A Bug's Life
0 (0%)
Toy Story 2
2 (4.1%)
Monsters Inc.
1 (2%)
Finding Nemo
6 (12.2%)
The Incredibles
13 (26.5%)
Cars
0 (0%)
Ratatouille
2 (4.1%)
Wall-E
12 (24.5%)
Up
1 (2%)
Toy Story 3
4 (8.2%)
Cars 2
0 (0%)
Brave
0 (0%)
Monsters University
0 (0%)
Inside Out
1 (2%)
The Good Dinosaur
0 (0%)
Finding Dory
0 (0%)
Cars 3
0 (0%)
Coco
0 (0%)
The Incredibles 2
0 (0%)
Toy Story 4
0 (0%)

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Re: Pixar's Best Movie
« Reply #60 on: July 25, 2018, 04:13:49 AM »
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Re: Pixar's Best Movie
« Reply #61 on: April 29, 2019, 09:54:50 AM »
Update:

1. Toy Story 2
2. Toy Story
3. WALL-E
4. Coco

5. Up
6. Brave
7. Monsters, Inc.
8. Ratatouille
9. Finding Nemo
10. The Incredibles
11. Finding Dory
12. A Bug's Life

13. Inside Out
14. Toy Story 3

15. Cars

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