Every Pixar Movie Ranked


SuperCarlinBrothers, one of my favorite YouTube channels recently came out with this ranking that I found myself disagreeing with so in honor of this video, I wanted to create my list of Pixar Movies ranked.


18. Wall-E

Wall-E and my general dislike for the series was how slow it was. The idea was pretty good but honestly, I feel as though it was created in the wrong time period. I was not a fan of Wall-E himself as I found his voice annoying and the people were disappointing though the plot itself was interesting.

17. The Good Dinosaur.

The Good Dinosaur is one of the only movies that I vividly remember watching in theaters and I went to see it with a friend. I pretty much knew nothing about this movie and I was expecting a happy ending and while the animation was amazing, the series made me desperately want to cry so badly (and I did!)

If this was not a Pixar movie, I would not dislike it as much as I do simply because I wouldn’t have considered it a children’s movie but I did and almost five minutes into the movie, I was crying my eyes and never got the chance to stop.

Of course, regularly I would give the movie points for this portrayal of family and sadness however I think a children’s movie, while it’s amazing to deal with these subjects, need to prove that it is good to feel sad or depressed but it will turn out better. I didn’t get that feeling for this movie.

16. Cars 2.

So, my problem with Cars 2 is the same as SuperCarlinBrothers, it was not a movie that could only be about cars. They were spies, for no actual reason other than why not? The show, while interesting, was just all around disappointing.

15. Ratatouille.

Ratatouille is a movie that I personally think was primarily for boys. While I am not sure why, I just found myself really grossed out by the fact that there was a rat cooking my food, pretty much the entire point of this movie. I was rooting for Remy, the rat, but I just was not a fan.

Not only that but I found the animation for this movie really awkward and weird.


14. Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3 was, in my opinion, much worse than the rest of the Toy Story’s, they were disconnected from Andy who had gone off to college, a concept that I understand but I am still upset with it.

Despite this, they show up at a daycare where they were, for the lack of a better term, tortured and harmed by the children and the other toys turn out to be just as evil.

I felt as though the movie was incomplete, everyone seemed to be a villain and the ending didn’t feel like the end, like it was unfinished. (But of course, now there is a Toy Story 4 where Andy is a ventriloquist doll. What even?)

13. Incredibles 2.

Incredibles 2 is a great movie, I will never deny that however Incredibles 2 doesn’t have the nostalgia factor that a lot of the movies ahead of have. Unfortunately equals to movies simply are not as good as the originals and while that is unfortunate, it is just simply a universal fact.

This movie has great animation, an interesting story line, and much more but it really just doesn’t the same nostalgia or love that movies above this had.

12. Cars.

Honestly, I kind of consider Cars to be the “little boys” movie, it is a movie about super fast cars with the childish aspect of them talking. It’s a great movie and I think it did a really amazing job for this fact.

Since I was a six year old girl at the time of the movie coming out, I didn’t have a lot of interest in it as a kid but when I grew up and I was watching it with my cousins later on, I actually understood the big hype surrounding this movie and I was really invested in it. This movie had you laugh, smile, and it had you hooked to the edge of your seats. Because of the nostalgia credits this movie has with many kids and the general interest in the show, I am ranking it here.

11. Brave.

Okay so Brave, Brave is a cute adorable movie that I will admit that had I been younger, I would have absolutely adored everything about this movie. Unfortunately, I wasn’t younger than 9 or 10 and I struggled with this movie on the nostalgia level.

My biggest problem with her at the time was that she became a Disney Princess, which while makes sense, I actually have not liked a lot of the new ones simply because I feel like they are invading my childhood.

So while I found the movie interesting and watchable (Unlike Frozen) , I still had a few troubles with it in the nostalgia departments.

10. The Incredibles.

When this movie first came out, I was about 5 years old (about a month from being 5) so this came out right around the time this movie would have been popular and in many ways, it was.

I loved the portrayal of super powers and how even girls had them (even though I was disappointed that she was basically ignored), I found myself getting hung on every word of the events and I will admit that to this day, I love this movie.

However, my biggest problem with this movie is that is caters almost exclusively to boys, the older sister is annoying and whiny and dealing with boy issues and everything is focused on what the boys can do while the girls are like side plots.

Of course, this problem largely comes anyways but it’s still disappointing to see such an amazing movie and it was completely focused on the boys in the audience and I personally believe movies need reasons for both genders to like it, which is why some of the more feminine based of gender neutral movies ranked higher though it did have great potential.


9. Monsters University

Monsters University was clearly a nostalgia stunt, one of which that focuses of the love we had for Sully and Mike, enjoying the references and new characters.

This movie was absolutely fabulous and entrancing however they did have a few plot holes that didn’t fit very well with the original movie which ultimately confused me and lost a few rankings.

8.  A Bug’s Life.

As a child, I was a little annoyed and disinterested in the show but I can’t really tell you why. The movie was (and still is) very different than any Pixar movie that I have ever seen. At some point, I did watch the whole movie and I loved the “lady”bug and the accuracy to the life of Ants however due to the initial disinterest and lack of attraction to the movie, I have to rank it further than I originally would like to.

I still love this movie though.

7. Finding Dory.

I was 16 when this movie came out (I actually went to see this movie 2 times in theater) and to this day,  I can’t remember why I went twice but I did so whatever. One of which was on a date… But regardless of my age and gender, I still loved this movie.

I loved that they brought back older characters but the story still had amazing new characters (Who doesn’t love Hank!?) and I also enjoy the animation and story line regardless. I found myself laughing, crying, smiling, and completely entranced with the story.

6. Inside Out.

Inside Out, while bypassed my generation, was still an entrancing movie that you could relate to, finding yourself understanding certain emotions compared to others and I feel as though the movie handled dealing with your emotions and understanding them in a creative and helpful way for any child.

Not only that but the movie was entrancing and interesting.

5. Toy Story 2.

Toy 2 is another one of the movies where they are unfortunately separated from Andy (who this time is gone for Summer Camp. ANDY, STOP LEAVING!) This time they are kidnapped by a toy collector, which by the way, I am kind of against the idea of them being worthy money though it did explain Woody’s back story.

It was an interesting movie that kept you on your toes but it was not my favorite by far.

4. Toy Story.

My personal favorite Toy Story movie in the franchise, from the aliens at the beginning of the movie to the creepy neighbor’s toys (By the way, am I the only one who realizes I have become him?) 

This movie seemed the most likely to me, having the movie set in about three places and having it develop the relationship of Lightyear and Woody as well as playing with the concept of growing up and out of your toys (Poor Squeaker!)

3. Monsters Inc.

Nostalgic. Creative. Lovable. Funny.

Those are the four words that I think of for this movie, the creativity of the story line, the fear versus laughter debate, the lovable characters, and even Boo, the child we wish we were.(Simply because it means we would have met Sully!)

The movie had me laughing continually as a child which is why this is so high up on the list. However the reason why this is not higher on the list is because it’s not something that I still enjoy as an older teenager, sure the memories behind the movie is great but I struggle to keep my attention on the movie like I once had.

2. Finding Nemo.

Finding Nemo was one of the first children movies I ever remember watching.

I absolutely loved all the creatures in the movies as I have always had an interest with fish and other aquatic animals. Such as Nemo, the clown fish and Bruce, the shark, and so much more.

The animation and story lines made me root for Marlin to find Nemo, made me love how forget Dory was and so much more. This movie makes number two on this list for sheer nostalgia alone but it wouldn’t resonate so much with all of us if it wasn’t truly an amazing movie.

1. Up.

Up is honestly my absolute favorite Pixar movie, not for the nostalgia portion such as Finding Nemo or Monsters Inc. but because it was a genuinely good movie.

I loved the relationship between Carl and Ellie, also known as a romance better than Twilight in 5 minutes rather than 4 movies, and I even loved the friendship between Carl and Russell and I also love Dug.

Up was a movie created with an amazing characters, great story lines, and a great artistic style.


17 Things I Love


Hey guys! So I wrote this a little bit in advance but today is December 7th, 2016 meaning that I have been alive for 17 years! So in honor of this, I wanted to tell about 17 things that I love. These things rang from television shows, book series, hobbies, foods, and absolutely whatever else that I can think of.

This list is in no particular order.


  1.  Writing!

I have been obsessed with writing for as long as I can remember! With my dyslexia, you would think it started after but that is actually not the case. I have always really liked the idea of storytelling and when I was struggling through dyslexia and all of that, I have a vivid memory of writing this story about two girls from very different worlds finding out they are sisters. Like a celebrity and a normal person, a princess and a commoner. I have no idea what I was wanting to do with the story but I had written out they met more than 30 times and I was constantly drawing pictures for this story (even though I sucked at drawing!)

However truly writing didn’t come to me until much later and my love for writing and my interest in the pursuit of writing was a long process. However, I began writing poetry in the fourth grade (so like 2009-2010) when we had this class in the library about what poetry was and what haiku’s were and so much more and I just fell in love.

I dedicate my love for poetry to Mrs. Wilson who worked in the library at my middle school.

During the summer of going into 6th grade, I was taken into the world of fan fiction (which will be delved into deeper in another spot!) and I began to read it obsessively on this website that was called Quizazz but later changed to Quotev.

On this website, I wrote two stories that were original. My story about Dyslexia (published on February 3rd, 2014) and another story about a train that is no longer published. During this time, beyond these stories, I also obsessively wrote my own fanfiction that would later be published on Wattpad (via thinking that Quotev was officially too childish and I had ran out of fan fiction!)

Many, many, many attempted stories later would result in the Social Butterfly which is still my pride and joy for the fan fiction part of my life however I ultimately gave it up when I began pursuing The White Butterfly which I began writing in 2015 and on Christmas Eve of that same year,  I finished it.

Before The Social Butterfly, however, I knew that I wanted to be a writer and my biggest problem was honestly just getting my story out there and being motivated enough to write it.

In the seventh grade ( so like 2012-2013), I met two people. A girl that I called Rainbow and who would become my favorite teacher of all time, Mrs. Thompson.

These two encouraged me in ways that I never believed and to this day, I thank them for thinking of writing as a profession rather than just an interest. They also convinced me to submit my first poem into a poetry contest at my local library’s poetry contest (that I lost but I still loved the experience and continued!)

2. Harry Potter

Literally if you ask anybody that I know personally, they will tell you that I have an obsession with this series. Which is one hundred percent true because while I hate the character with a passion, I love the world and other characters. I love that there is so much to debate about the series and it isn’t even the magical portion of this series that I love, what I love is that she put so much thought into this series that I could write history books about these various topics that have nothing to do with stupid Harry James Potter.

I had always kinda loved Harry Potter, as a child my brother was never home a lot and he was really important to me as a kid and I began to love the series because I associated him with the series.

However, it was not until I got hurt (I don’t remember how) and I had a lightning bolt cut on my forehead, similar to the character itself which caused me to research the series more which introduced me to Harry Potter fan fiction.

Of course, my interest in the series has changed a lot varying from Harry himself to Draco Malfoy (marry me?) to the teachers to the Marauder Era, light versus dark, the parallels to the real world and the series, and so much more.

3. Coffee

Okay so ever since I was little, coffee was like heaven from above. My mom would only let me have one cup of coffee every couple of months in these super tiny tea cup with teddy bears on them.

As I grew older and my mom stopped caring how much coffee I have had, the magical powers that I associated with a kid continued.

4. Gilmore Girls.

This is a show that I have watched like 6 times, I even stayed until 3 a’clock in the morning (stupid Eastern time) in the attempt to watch A Year in the Life which I did manage to do (finishing at almost 11 a’clock!)

But beyond my obsessive habits with this show, I have become entranced with the mother- daughter relationships between Lorelai and Emily as well as Lorelai and Rory.

I have had my opinions of Paris Geller and I have rooted for Sookie and Jackson, I have screamed at Luke Danes for being an ass, and I have even created an all out shipping war. Team Logan, by the way though I am partial to Jess. Not Dean though, Dean sucks.

5. My Aunt’s Chocolate Chip Cookies.

No matter how many times I have attempted to recreate these little pieces of love that are my Aunt’s chocolate chip cookies, I have failed epically. I am convinced that my Aunt has some sort of magical amazing powers that ensures that I must get down on my knees to beg for another one of the amazing cookies.

6. Corn Beef and Cabbage.

This has been a food that my mom has made on rare occasions from the day I was born. Unfortunately, the meal is not exactly cheap and more so, half my family hated the food until the divorce.

Regardless, this is an amazing food that I would kill somebody for (Not really..)

7. Disney / Pixar Movies.

These movies have always reminded me of childhood, of a time where I dreamed of a one true love and of a marriage so sweet and so pure. I dreamed of the life of Ariel as a child, I grew up to admire Belle for her individuality and love for books, and gradually became invested in the mechanics of the series.

The Pixar Theory by Jon Negroni that introduced me to my favorite YouTuber, SuperCarlinBrothers, where we analyzed the movies way too much to find connections and I have fallen in love with the movies all over again.

8. Wifi.

Oh wow, a teenager who loves wifi, how original.

Yes, I am seventeen years old and I love wifi so sue me! I love being able to talk to my friends at the drop of a hat, I love having access to the world at the tip of my fingers. I am oh so sorry that I am enjoying the world that is around me.

This is not something to judge teenagers for enjoying as I am ensure that when you were a teenager, you loved something that the adults hated. It’s how the world works, something new comes out that we love and those who lived in a world before it tend to hate it.

So yes, I love wifi.

9. Animals.

As a child, I grew up with this dog. I got her when I was three years old and I named her Fluffy though my mom claims that she told me that, at least apparently I said that but unless we live in the world, Life of Pets, I highly doubt that.

As a child, she was my favorite person in the world. She walked with me when we walked around the neighborhood, she stayed the night with me when I was scared of the dark, she listened to me rant about friend drama, and she even protected me when she didn’t like somebody.

She was my best friend and because of her, I had a love for animals that never really stopped. Unfortunately, she passed away over the summer.

As time went on, I found a love for sharks where I earned the nickname Sharky because I knew a lot of weird facts about them (which never really went away with some of my middle school friends) and it continued on even further to Llamas and Cows and Goats, Cats, and Fish.

Currently I have 8 fish : Zaniello, Casiopa, Lyra, Ursa, Oblegine, Denubla, Nunki, Altair.

2 Snails : Leafy and Sheldon.

I love them all deeply. ❤

10. Friends.

Friends have always been an important factor in my life and it is my friends who I believe have slowly molded me into who I am today. They supported me in my choices, relationships, and so much more that they all became so very important to me.

I even dedicated my last book, The White Butterfly, to my best friend but we are currently struggling but that doesn’t mean how much she meant to me has changed and I will forever appreciate her for that books existence because I wouldn’t have finished it without her.

11. Family.

Family has always been a weird topic for me because my family is weird but for this one, my family includes the people that have stuck with me through thick and thin because I don’t believe blood is what creates family and I definitely don’t think they are family just because they are blood.

Family, in my opinion, is someone who supports you in what you do and loves you for who you are regardless of your choices and opinions and life. That family, that is the family I love and I am so lucky that I have them in my life.

12. Blankets.

As much as I love the cold, blankets are amazing. The reason behind liking the cold is because you can always get warm by putting on thicker clothes and blankets but with being hot, your only option is getting naked and that isn’t exactly sociably acceptable and plus, it probably wouldn’t work anyways.

But anyways, back to blankets, they ensure warmth and security. They are soft and they are amazing and I just really love blankets.

13. The Smell of Cherries.

There is this hand soap and hand sanitizer at Bath and Body Works with the smell of Black Cherry Merlot which honestly just smells like cherries and it is amazing.

This has been a recent interest but literally anything cherry like has been absolutely amazing for me.

14. Music.

As a teenager, I have used music as getting people to not talk to me, I have jammed out to Insane Clown Posse, Theory of a Deadman, Blink-182, and even Smashing Pumpkins. I have hummed the music of Queen, Iron and Wine, and the Beatles. I have sang at the top of my lungs to Bob Marley, Radiohead, Death Cab for Cutie, and Elvis Presley.

I have listened to music during sadness and anger as well as love and happiness.

15. Books.

I have over 300 books.

Clearly, I have a thing for books. They make me feel like it is a getaway from everything going on and it is amazing. I love living from another person’s life.

16. Peppermint.

When I was in the seventh grade, I was absolutely and one hundred percent obsessed with peppermint, I had like 60 peppermints that year and everyone got them for me on my birthday and on Christmas.

Of course, I eventually got weaned off the peppermint, apparently 60 of them does that to you. But I have always remembered that year, that so many people remembered and noticed how much I love peppermint and they got it for me.

Peppermint means more than just the food or the amazing smell, it reminds me of caring and acknowledgment of me, myself, and I. That so many people noticed and cared.

17. Supporters / Fans

You guys, you guys are something that I absolutely love.

You guys have supported me, you have appreciated my work and I love you guys for it, thank you so much.