Pixar has produced around 23 feature films and they continue to create more movies as the years’ pass. Not only do they feature full-length films but they also have a series of shorts. In this article, we’ll delve through the most loved Pixar movies and the ones that are worth celebrating and remembering.
Finding Nemo is one of the most popular Pixar movies out there known for the beloved fish Nemo and his disappearance. His father and a friend who he chanced along the way named Dory spend their days searching for Nemo in the vast ocean while encountering a few quirky personalities along the way. This show is perfect both for their young and old audiences.
The story centers around Andy’s Toys who live happily in his room until one day Woody decides to plot against Buzz Lightyear who happens to take his place in Andy’s heart. The two go through several adventures until they decide to be friends later on in the movie series. This Pixar movie is both heartwarming and makes people believe in the power of their childhood. Toy Story helps to encapsulate and preserve this specific age of innocence.
This sci-fi animation movie takes place in Pandora where the environment is uninhabitable for humans. Though it isn’t accessible for human life, the Na’vi people who are blue-skinned sapient humanoids live there in perfect unison. Their world is turned upside down when humans try to find and understand their complex biosphere and attempt to attack them. This story is both riveting and adventurous, which makes one question the state of man and their desire for change and control. This movie is a revolutionary one and one of Pixar’s best works in terms of animation and storyline.
Monsters, Inc. is based on the lovable story of James P. Sullivan and Mike Wazowski, two colorful and large monsters who travel the world of kids’ dreams to grant them nightmares. Boo, one of the kids happens to find the world where monsters thrive and decide to live among them momentarily. She goes through a series of adventures with her two monster friends while getting into trouble, yet they always manage to find a way out. This movie is tons of fun for the entire family and a classic example of a worthy Pixar movie worth remembering.