Top 20 Pixar's animated films (Part 2)

Pixar's films not only won the children, but also the adults are fans of the company.

Following in Part 2 is a list of seven films out of 20 films rated low to high.

8. Finding Dory (2016)


Similar to what the studio did with “Cars 2”, Pixar tried his luck with “Finding Dory”. They used a popular supporting character and built a brand-new movie around the character.

The film has turned a disabled character into a hero, which has raised a deep sympathy for millions of viewers. Simple character formation combined with endless sounds in the deep sea help make the film own private "curious" secret language.

9. Cars (2006)


This is the first movie to be rated best in the Cars movie trilogy. Pixar has built characters in a very real way. Somehow the characters' personalities have been shown to be great even though they are just machines.

The movie has blown the soul into cars so that they become as flexible and emotional as human beings. The work has good music, shaping the character lively and deeply in the depths that are deeply human lessons.

10. Monsters, Inc. (2001)


Although the film takes the monsters as the main protagonist, it has no horror images, while the characters are fun and friendly characters.

This is the first movie to use 3D technology, so it becomes more attractive to viewers than ever. Pictures and content and interesting storytelling made the movie stand out. The film has a mix of entertainment and education and does not limit the age. Even older people are fascinated by the thrilling story of the monsters.

11. Toy Story (1995)


“Toy Story” is the first computer-generated movie (CGI technology), which is the start of a whole new era in Hollywood.  "Toy Story" is a narrative about seemingly inanimate objects, but actually they only live up to the absence of humans. The screenplay was highly praised by film critics for its breakthroughs but also very close to children.

12. Coco (2017)


Not only rich in meaning, Coco also built a beautiful world of the dead with a meticulous extremely admirable. The world of the dead thus appears colorful, alive with bones full of expression and personality differences as humans.

However, Coco is hard to say that a movie is entirely for children, although with the colors for children's eye, the deep meanings that the director wants to convey in the film beyond their reach.

13. Toy Story 2 (1999)


"Toy Story 2" does not have the advantage of an attractive opening to the audience or an interesting ending. But it is a big step forward for the film line, proving that Pixar can do well in the sequels.

Everything from content, character or expression is taken to a new level. The film brought a lot of success, confirmed the company's position in the field of 3D animated films.

14. Finding Nemo (2003)


The film was nominated by the American Film Institute as one of the top 10 best films of all time in 2008. The characters in the film left a deep impression. In addition to the two protagonists Marlin and Dori accompany us from start to finish, Pixar has given the characters a unique character, from three sharks looking aggressive, the giant whale, silly seagulls and old turtles to the creatures in the aquarium.

Many people who saw the film cried because many emotional images of family, parents and children are shown in the film.

(to be continued)

By: Scarlet Johnson

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