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Jul 3, 2008

New poll - Pick your Pixar

Walter and The Dude will be playing in the semifinals, but it seems as though The Dude is the better bowler, if only by a hair. Taking first place with 42% of the vote, El Duderino bested his best bud by a scant two votes, with that pederast Quintana rolling into third with just 3 votes. No contest.



















For the latest poll, I figure it's time to settle the Pixar debate: which is their best film? I'd mentioned in a comment that I thought this might be a 3- or 4-horse race between Wall*E, Ratatouille, The Incredibles, and Finding Nemo, but that only leaves out, um, Toy Story and Toy Story 2, long considered the best - at least up until a couple years ago. I'm curious to see how this goes...


8 people have chosen wisely: on "New poll - Pick your Pixar"

Cinexcellence said...

Toy Story still has the #1 spot for me.

elgringo said...

I agree with Cinexcellence. Toy Story still blows me away every time I watch it.

Scott
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Nic Cage said...

So many great ones to choose from...

The Incredibles is still the best due to the explosions, water reflections and adult theme (death and the evil Jason Lee).

Foy said...

Easy. Incredibles.

Robb said...

I love all the Pixar movies, even ones like Cars and Ratatouille that looked totally boring so I avoided them for a long time and then someone forced me to sit down and watch them and I was all "Hey, a cooking rat is kind of cute...and why the f%$@ am I crying at a cartoon?!?"

I haven't seen Wall*E yet, probably next weekend. But for me, Toy Story is still my favorite, with the sequel a very close second (booted lower because of the lame Randy Newman song that annoys me, even though I always approve of singing in movies.) Nemo too, though...man, this is a tough call.

oc hometheater said...

elgringo i agree with you . Toy story blows me away , everytime i watch them .

Farmacy said...

You could make a case for most of them... I went with the Incredibles, as I enjoyed it the most in terms of humor/plot/action. It was a nice combination of the three.

I wouldn't vote for Cars, but it's not awful (i don't change the channel when it's on).

I'd actually be more interested in a vote on which is the WORST pixar movie.

I think my vote would be "A Bug's Life". It was decent, I wasn't upset that I watched it, but I wouldn't stop on it if I was flipping channels.

Fletch said...

Farmacy - you've got the right question - which is worst? That will indeed be the next poll.

I had to vote for Toy Story, based largely in part by the fact that it's first. But it is a damn tough choice for me, with The Incredibles, Nemo and Wall*E all getting strong consideration...