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Old 06-01-2009, 06:39 PM
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The funniest: "Knick Knack" the short about a little snowman trapped in his snowglobe, and his Buster Keaton-esque attempts to break out and join a party...

The best: "The Incredibles" That movie basically took everything I think is cool, and wrapped it neatly into a single package. If there is a God, then Pixar, one of these days, will do a "Jonny Quest" feature film.

The most heart rending: "Up!" It's a five hankie movie... the top level for hankie movies was four...
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I felt Monster Vs. Aliens rocked, it was alot of fun.
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The funniest: "Knick Knack" the short about a little snowman trapped in his snowglobe, and his Buster Keaton-esque attempts to break out and join a party...

The best: "The Incredibles" That movie basically took everything I think is cool, and wrapped it neatly into a single package. If there is a God, then Pixar, one of these days, will do a "Jonny Quest" feature film.

The most heart rending: "Up!" It's a five hankie movie... the top level for hankie movies was four...
One of my ultimate PMS moments was crying at "Tin Toy." My husband was quite amused.... but it was a little baby! Who was sad!
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Loved Wall.E and just Up wow what a movie
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You guys DO realize that some of these movies you're picking aren't PIXAR, films, right? Shreck is NOT PIXAR, neither is Monsters Vs Aliens, nor Ice Age... If the question were just which computer animated movies were the funniest, the answers might be a good bit different...
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You guys DO realize that some of these movies you're picking aren't PIXAR, films, right? Shreck is NOT PIXAR, neither is Monsters Vs Aliens, nor Ice Age... If the question were just which computer animated movies were the funniest, the answers might be a good bit different...
The thread title is :"Funniest Pixar or Other 3-D Animated Movie"

I don't know if that was changed later
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Oh! Where to start!

Well, if we're going funniest!

Monster's Inc, the Incredibles and the Toy Stories were all fantastic!

And Boundin' (in front of the Incredibles) and Mike's New Car (Mons.Inc. related) were brilliant! Moreso Boundin', which is definitely one of my favourite things for on screen.
Pixar movies used to make me cry or excited.
Monsters INC and Incredible were just really awesome ideas...
but to this day...Finding Nemo is oneof my all time greatest films of all TIMMMMMME
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The thread title is :"Funniest Pixar or Other 3-D Animated Movie"

I don't know if that was changed later
Just a matter of clarification: That was, indeed, the original title; it was never changed.
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I think Up looks brilliant I seen the other Pixar films they were brilliant
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I felt Monster Vs. Aliens rocked, it was alot of fun.
I thought that MvA had some funny moments, but it lacked the substance of the Pixar films that I have seen, I couldn't care about the characters...

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Pixar movies used to make me cry or excited.
Monsters INC and Incredible were just really awesome ideas...
but to this day...Finding Nemo is oneof my all time greatest films of all TIMMMMMME
That's one of the ones that forgot!! Finding Nemo!! Up there with the best!
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