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Pixar: Every Movie Ranked From Worst To Best


But there’s also an overarching style – a series of recognisable traits that makes a movie Pixar – that runs through their entire filmography; an emotionally mature theme paired with a suitable high concept, resulting in something at once identifiable and gleefully unique. This is something their competitors just can’t offer; Dreamworks’ tone varies wildly from pop culture quoting to heavy action; Disney has a carefully cultivated brand, but some of their work from the ’40s/’80s/’00s looks nothing like what you expect from Uncle Walt; nobody outside of animation fans even know who Blue Sky are.

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