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Every Pixar Movie, Ranked

On Friday, Incredibles 2 will mark Pixar’s 20th movie release. The studio has spent the past 23 years elevating the animated film genre with stories that appeal to both children and adults, visually engaging tales full of whimsy and humor that also examine hard truths and complex emotions. Pixar’s been making us laugh and cry in equal amounts for two decades, is what I’m trying to say.

With the release of Incredibles 2 approaching, it felt like as good a time as any to rank Pixar’s catalog. The ranking was determined by a purely democratic process in which members of the Ringer staff were asked to rank their top 10 Pixar films. The movies were then awarded points based on where they landed, with a first-place vote equaling 10 points, a second-place vote equaling nine, and on and on. What follows is the result of that process—The Ringer’s official ranking of every Pixar movie. —Andrew Gruttadaro

19. The Good Dinosaur

18. Cars 3

17. Cars 2

(The Good Dinosaur, Cars 3, and Cars 2 received zero total votes in the deliberation process, and will heretofore be known as “the Pixar movies everyone pretends aren’t actually Pixar movies.”)

Monsters University
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16. Monsters University (2 points)

Megan Schuster: Like so many of the glorious Pixar movies that came before it, Monsters University hit my life at the perfect time. The film, released in 2013, dropped the summer between my sophomore and junior years of college, in that uncertain time when you have to start recognizing graduation and the

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