The Most Important List


This list is absolutely set in stone and there is no room for debate. Suck it up buttercup, if you disagree with this list, you are wrong and your parents probably don’t like you.

10. Inside Out

Alright well this isn’t really for my generation and I’ve never seen it but it has good reviews and a lot of people liked it so I’ll put it pretty low on my list.

9. Wall-E

This robot love story brought us all to tears with its emotionally gripping plot and surprisingly ahead of its time mindset. The futuristic setting displays a daunting expectation of Earth and its inhabitants. I believe it really brought environmental problems to the forefront of the thinking of children and did a great job conveying the effect we have on our environment.

8. A Bug’s Life

A Bug’s Life is a great movie for viewers of any age. The outcast ant Flick who had to work his way back in to the colony goes into the city to find some help as the grass hoppers took over his people. The circus performers he finds provide an extremely comical group which adds an incredibly funny yet moving performance that sticks with the audience.

7. Up

One of Pixar’s more mature films, the goofy Up possesses a great relationship between 80 year old Carl and Wilderness explorer Russell who run into the lovable Doug the Dog and Kevin the Bird.

6. Monster’s Inc

Nobody can forget the gruesome twosome of Sully and Mike Wazowski who work their way through Randall, Boo, and a 23-19. The monsters let the audience know they are more human than they appear and teach us not to judge a book by its cover.

5. Cars

Ka-Chow. The arrogance of Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) coupled with the goofy, simple-minded Tow Mater  (Larry the Cable Guy) is one of the best comedy duos of our time.

4. Ratatouille

The unlikely friendship between a rat and an aspiring chef bring to fruition the movies slogan “anyone can cook!” As they each work through external expectations and a huge secret, the two ultimately grow into great chefs, lovers, and family men.

3. Toy Story

A pair we all hold close to our hearts, Buzz and Woody exemplify a brotherly bond as they chase Andy to his new house, save Woody from the greedy toy collector, and survive the gruesome depths of the prison-like day care.

2. The Incredibles

Perhaps my favorite of them all, The Incredibles stories the life of superheroes living the civilian life after their kind was outlawed. Bob Parr takes on missions during his midlife crisis which leads him into the trap of a grudge-holding Syndrome whom Mr. Incredible brushed off in the beginning of the movie. Elastigirl, Dash, and Violet team up to save their father on the tropical island and come back to the city with Frozone to defeat evil.

  1. Finding Nemo

This world wide all time classic tops the list of Pixar movies. Neurotic Marlin mixed with careless, forgetful Dory show the journey of a lifetime as they travel to Australia to save Nemo