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View Poll Results: Which of the movies created my Disney, Pixar did you enjoy the most ever?
Toy Story 5 35.71%
A Bug's Life 2 14.29%
Toy Story 2 1 7.14%
Monsters Incorporated 1 7.14%
Finding Nemo 5 35.71%
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Old February 26th, 2004 (2:48 AM). Edited February 26th, 2004 by Jirachi.
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Finding Nemo is good but not as good as A Bug's Life. That music is spectacular!
Entitled to my opinion, Pixar=God And Toy Story 2 was better than its prequil.

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Why'd ya post two topics on this? x.x()
As I said before, Monsters Inc. n.n()
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Why'd ya post two topics on this? x.x()
As I said before, Monsters Inc. n.n()
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My favorite is a three-way tie between Monster's Inc., Finding Nemo, and A Bug's Life. Lots of favorites when it comes to me, heh. ;;;

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I might have to say Toy Story 2. I loved and watched that movie so much with my little sister, we could literally reinact every single word and action they do in the movie! It was really cool! Hehe....
Next would have to be the next Toy Story, and then Monsters Inc. and Finding Nemo about the same. They're all such excellent movies though! Pixar has never let me down! Hehe.....
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Probably Toy Story 2. Yeah, my brothers know what they are gonna say... its like memorized. Heh... I dont really like Monsters Inc though.. Disney and Pixar are separated arent they?
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Toy Story is my favorite...the first pixar movie had the best plot, the most detail, and the most unforgettable characters. Since it was the first movie of its kind it had to be really, really excellent and it was. Finding Nemo comes in a close second.
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Toy Story is my favorite...the first pixar movie had the best plot, the most detail, and the most unforgettable characters. Since it was the first movie of its kind it had to be really, really excellent and it was. Finding Nemo comes in a close second.
Toy Story wasn't Pixar's first movie. Pixar made many tiny shorts that were 3D. Toy Story was Pixar's first movie to become big.
I would have to say that Toy Story is the best. I do agree that it has unforgettable characters, but I don't think it had the best plot of them all, I think that Finding Nemo had the best plot.
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Hm, I'm going to have to say that Toy Story was my favorite. Finding Nemo is second best, in my opinion.
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You know, the reason I like A Bug's Life so much is because the charactors were so well planned and had QUITE complex attitudes. And the bird? Well, let's say that was VERY well planned. Finding Nemo is second best, but for me,
A Bug's Life is the BEST MOVIE EVER!
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Finding Nemo won awards. But I forgot what...
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Probably Toy Story 2. Yeah, my brothers know what they are gonna say... its like memorized. Heh... I dont really like Monsters Inc though.. Disney and Pixar are separated arent they?
Yeah, they split up. However, The Incredibles and Cars (movies by pixar that are coming out pretty soon) are still going to be under Disney's name. After that Pixar is going to be released from their contract. Unfortunately, the only sequels we're going to see to Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc., A Bug's Life, and Finding Nemo, are going to have to be made by Disney, not Pixar. Disney keeps the rights to all the movies that Pixar made during their contract. To be honest, I doubt that sequels to these movies will be any where as good as the Pixar made ones...
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Yeah, they split up. However, The Incredibles and Cars (movies by pixar that are coming out pretty soon) are still going to be under Disney's name. After that Pixar is going to be released from their contract. Unfortunately, the only sequels we're going to see to Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc., A Bug's Life, and Finding Nemo, are going to have to be made by Disney, not Pixar. Disney keeps the rights to all the movies that Pixar made during their contract. To be honest, I doubt that sequels to these movies will be any where as good as the Pixar made ones...
The Incredibles is going to be a horrible movie. Why make a 3d movie entirely about humans? However, Cars is probably going to be great and classic once again.
I wonder what the sequels you talked about will be like. *wishful thinking*
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I really liked Monsters Inc. *it was such a tender movie* Next, I'd have to go with Finding Nemo, although Nemo annoys me *such a terrible child..* but I absolutely love Dory ^-^ For third place, its Toy Story 2. It was so frigging hilarious xD

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Finding Nemo and probably Toy Story 2 are my fav, haven't watched Monster Inc and don't remember much about A Bug's Life....
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The Incredibles is going to be a horrible movie. Why make a 3d movie entirely about humans? However, Cars is probably going to be great and classic once again.
I wonder what the sequels you talked about will be like. *wishful thinking*
I liked the idea! It's still Pixar after all! THe Incredibles sounds like a superhero movie that will actually do it right. Pixar hasn't let me down before, so I have full confidence in them!
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Hmm...did I answer this already? o_o; Anyways, probably Toy Story. I was little then and stuff, but more recently Nemo was good and I went and saw Monsters Inc.
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My favourite is toy story, probably because it's the only pixar movie which you can watch and enjoy and then watch it a second time and still enjoy it. Toy story 2 is okay, a bit lacking though...
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I say Finding Nemo. It's cute, but I do like all of them!
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lol had to be the original! I can quote so much of it...though I can quote loads of all of them...though Dinosaur was missed from the list though I wouldn't have voted for it. My fave bit is "I'm woody, howdy, howdy, howdy." lol his sarcastic laugh. Though I love the second one for "how do you spell FBI". rofl Rex. Though there are so many great lines. Dori with "Escape," is brilliant. Whilst 'get that thing back where it came from or so help me' rules!
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