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Pixar's first masterpiece vs their recent high ... ack
For some reason, I find anthropomorphic toys more accessible than anthropomorphic, cooking rats.
Ratatouille. I've only seen it once but it really made a big impact on me.
Pixar has never made a bad movie, but Toy Story is right at the top. Sorry, Rat.
Ratatouille is without a doubt my favorite Pixar movie! Our dog is even named Remy after the movie...he doesn't cook though...
Toy Story was the first film by Pixar, and is the reason we've come to expect great films from Pixar. While Ratatouilloe has so much going for it, I feel Ty Story is the better film.
Ratatouille is my favorite Pixar flick. That being said, I'm having trouble justifying the overthrow of TS, which has it's tiny, plastic meathooks eternally attached to my emotional core. nope...can't do it. TS = the win.
This is extremely hard for me. I might stick with Toy Story on this one...For now!
Ratatouille for me now. These are my 3rd and 4th favorite Pixar films
Toy Story all day.
Tough choice because both are very good PIXAR films but Toy Story started it all off and was revolutionary. So it wins
Ratatouille because of the story and lesson.
Ratatouille is fantastic, but Toy Story's a classic.
Toy Story for me
Toy Story is a great, great film, but...I've gotta say Ratatouille.
Ratatouille delivered so much more.
As much as I loved Ratatouille, Toys are just more interesting than rats!
Ratatouille. More emotionally impacting, more mature, and a stronger message. Ratatouille still has one of Pixar's greatest endings, and the score and animation are absolutely wonderful. Obviously, Toy Story couldn't deliver on animation due to being the very first computer animated feature film, but regardless, Ratatouille is a more complete experience.
I'm not usually someone who minds plot holes and things like that all too much, but I can never get around the fact that Buzz doesn't know he's a toy, yet still freezes like all the other toys when humans are around. I just... I don't know, I don't mean to be nitpicky, but it just stretches my suspension of disbelief a liiiitle too much to the point where I can't 100% get behind the premise of the movie. And yes, I know Ratatouille is a movie about a rat who controls a guy by pulling his hair, but it's still more consistent about its world-building than Toy Story in my opinion, and even disregarding plot consistency, it's also just a better movie: it has a better, more emotional story, more memorable moments, and arguably a better message than Toy Story. I get that Toy Story was revolutionary for its time, and I still think that, despite its world-building issues, it's a pretty good movie, but Ratatouille honestly tops it in almost every aspect if you ask me.