10 Pixar animations to watch on Disney + | Culture

Synonymous with good animations for children and also for adults, Pixar films move deeply with our emotions. Exploring very important themes, their titles amuse and make us reflect, almost in the same measure. For those who want to know more productions from the studio’s catalog, we list here 10 Pixar animations to watch on Disney +. See their synopses and trailers, and run and play!

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1. Toy Story

First feature film entirely made in computer graphics, Toy Story gave rise to three sequences, also available on Disney +. Set in a universe where toys come alive, the film follows the dolls of little boy Andy, led by cowboy Woody, and the consequences of the arrival of the Buzz Lightyear toy in the collection.

  • Direction: John Lasseter
  • Year: 1995
  • Cast: Tom Hanks and Tim Allen (voices)

2. Monsters S.A.

Title that won a prequel in 2013, Monsters Inc takes place in a universe inhabited by monsters. In this scenario, two best friends work visiting and scaring human children to capture their screams. Everything changes, however, when one of them manages to cross over to her reality, and, among many confusions, it is up to them to send her back home.

  • Direction: Pete Docter
  • Year: 2001
  • Cast: John Goodman and Billy Crystal (voices)

3. Finding Nemo

Oscar winner for best animation, Looking for Nemo also won a sequence in 2016. In history, due to his tragic past, Marlin is an extremely protective fish with his son Nemo. After an argument, however, they lose themselves in each other, and while trying to find each other again, they live adventures and meet people who will transform their lives forever.

  • Direction: Andrew Stanton
  • Year: 2003
  • Cast: Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres and Alexander Gould (voices)

4. The Incredibles

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Another film from this list that won a continuation, The Incredibles it also gave rise to a series of comic books. The animation follows in the footsteps of a couple of superheroes who are forced to retire. 15 years later, with three children, a normal life and longing for the time when they saved the world, one of them has the chance to return to active life.

  • Direction: Brad Bird
  • Year: 2004
  • Cast: Craig T. Nelson and Holly Hunter (voices)

5. Ratatouille

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Film that couldn’t be left out of a list of Pixar animations to see on Disney +, Ratatouille tells the story of a very nice and poor mouse, who dreams of becoming a chef. After a tragedy that separates him from his family, he arrives in Paris and makes a deal with a boy, as lost as he is, so that they can help each other.

  • Creation: Brad Bird
  • Year: 2007
  • Cast: Patton Oswalt (voice)

6. WALL · E

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Another Oscar winner for best animation, WALL · E it takes place in the year 2805, decades after the Earth became uninhabitable and humanity was transferred to a ship. In this scenario, a lone garbage collector robot remains working on the planet, until he meets and falls in love with a robot passing through Earth, and decides to follow it through space.

  • Direction: Andrew Stanton
  • Year: 2008
  • Cast: Ben Burtt and Elissa Knight (sounds)

7. Up – High Adventures

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Second animation in the history of cinema to be nominated for an Oscar for best film, Up – High Adventures follows in the footsteps of a rather surly old man, who misses his late wife very much. After countless problems and incidents, he decides to take his house stuck in balloons to the country where they dreamed of living, but is surprised by a little boy who, unintentionally, embarked on the trip.

  • Direction: Pete Docter
  • Year: 2009
  • Cast: Edward Asner and Christopher Plummer (voices)

8. Fun Mind

Animation about human emotions, Inside Out premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. The feature stars the five emotions of an 11-year-old girl who has just moved to another city. Thanks to an incident, Joy and Sadness are expelled from the “control room”, and they need to learn how to join forces to come back and help their girl.

  • Direction: Pete Docter
  • Year: 2015
  • Cast: Amy Poehler, Mindy Kaling and Bill Hader

9. Live: Life Is a Party

Musical Animation, Viva: Life Is a Party takes place in Mexico. In the plot, a little boy dreams of being a successful musician, but is discouraged by his family because of issues of the past. On Dia de Los Muertos, when he accidentally invokes a curse, he ends up in the World of the Dead, and needs to settle with his ancestors in order to return.

  • Direction: Lee Unkrich
  • Year: 2017
  • Cast: Anthony Gonzalez and Gael Garcia Bernal

10. Soul

Released exclusively on Disney +, Soul is another Pixar Oscar winner for best animation. The title follows in the footsteps of a man who always dreamed of being a jazz artist, but who when he finally has the chance to change his life, suffers an accident that makes his soul travel to another dimension. Willing to come back anyway, your only chance is to help an unfriendly soul who is in training.

  • Direction: Pete Docter and Kemp Powers
  • Year: 2020
  • Cast: Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey

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The Disney + catalog was consulted on 5/15/2021.

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