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Complete List of Pixar Movies

Updated on October 9, 2014

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13 Pixar Movies, Various Pixar Shorts, and Pixar Movie Easter Eggs

Pixar became a movie making giant when it released it's first movie with Disney called Toy Story in 1995. In June 2012, Brave will become the 13th Pixar full length movie. In between, Pixar created two Toy Story movies, two Cars movies, a movie about Monsters being afraid of children, a movie with talking dogs Up, a movie about Bugs, a movie about unwanted super heroes, a rat that cooks, a robot that saves the world, and a clown fish with a gimpy fin. In between all of these, Pixar creates a bunch of movie shorts that are just hillarious.

Pixar was originally launched in 1979 as part of Lucasfilm. George Lucas, of Star Wars fame, sold it to Steve Jobs, of Apple Computer fame, in 1986 for $5 million. In 2006, Disney acquired Pixar for $7.4 billion making Steve Jobs the largest Disney stockholder.

When watching any new Pixar movie, my daughter and I are always wondering what role John Ratzenberger will play. Our latest thing to look for in a Pixar movie is "A113", which refers to a classroom at CalArts that was utilized by John Lasseter and Brad Bird. Other common items to look for are a Luxo Ball and a Pizza Planet truck.

The last Disney Pixar movie, Brave, was released on June 22, 2012.

Monster's Inc. released in 2001, Monsters University released in 2013

The fourth movie in the Pixar collection was a monster hit (pun intended). John Goodman and Billy Crystal play the two major characters in the movie Sulley and Mike Wazowski. The monsters go into the human world to collect energy which they get by making kids scream. One of my family's favorite movies.


In Monster's University, we find out how the Mike and Sulley relationship was formed as they both attend college and Monster's University and must ban together to win Greek contest.

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Brave

Released June 22, 2012

Brave is Pixar's 13th full length movie. The setting is 10th century Scotland where the main character Merida must undo a spell cast on her mother. This is a great movie about growing up and beginning to understand how one person is attached and effects the whole group.

Cars Released in 2006, Cars 2 Release in 2011

By 2006, Pixar was on a roll releasing its fourth major blockbuster in six years and did the stars come out for this one including Owen Wilson, Larry the Cable Guy, Paul Newman, Bonnie Hunt, George Carlin, Cheech Marin, Richard Petty, and Michael Keaton. Cars is about a race car, Lightning McQueen, who learns that going fast isn't what life's all about when he ends up in the town of Radiator Springs.

Cars 2, released in 2011, was more about Mater than in was Lighting McQueen. All the original characters are back as the crew goes to Tokyo and London as Mater becomes a secret agent. The movie roughly resembles a James Bond 007 movie as the secret agents work to find a bomb.

Toy Story released in 1995, Toy Story 2 in 1999, and Toy Story 3 in 2010

Watching the first Pixar movie was a lot like watching the first Star Wars movie. It was nothing like animation, however, it was an animated movie. It didn't hurt that the movie also featured Tom Hanks and Tim Allen as the major characters Woody and Buzz Lightyear.

In Toy Story 2, released in 1999, Woody finds out that he is a part of a valuable collection with Jesse, Woody's horse, and the evil miner. The gang come to rescue Woody before he is shipped to Japan.

In Toy Story 3, released in 2010, the gang find themselves given away as Andy goes to college. However, the day care kids aren't as gentle with the toys as Andy once was. The top toy makes sure all the new toys end up in the toddler room. Woody finds out about this and makes sure all the toys end up at a nice home.

Up released in 2009

Up starring Ed Asner and Christopher Plummer was an ok Pixar movie. I must be getting used to the production style as I'm looking for more character depth and innovation and the talking dogs just weren't it.

Wall-e released in 2008

I must admit that I was disappointed with Wall-e, which included actress Sigourney Weaver. I liked the premise, it just didn't seem to flow very well and the scenes seemed to be chopped together.

The relationship between Wall-e and Eva is a classic love story, however, the premise where Earth is laden with trash and a spaceship has been flying around for centuries finally returns back with a bunch of fat earth people.

Ratatouille released in 2007

A rat cooking in a restaurant would be cause for alarm except when its a Pixar movie. With actors Peter O'Toole, Brad Garrett, Brian Dennehy, and Will Arnett this was a great movie about life and trust.


I love the friendship between the rat and the chef as we learn that the simple things in life may be better than all the fancy coverings.

The Incredibles released in 2004

Another blockbuster about a family of super heroes was the Incredibles starring Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, and Samuel L. Jackson. You have to love the family working as a team to save the world from the evil genious plot that goes wrong.

Finding Nemo released in 2003

Finding Nemo is another family favorite as it was about a dad looking for his son and starred Ellen DeGeneres as Dorie. One of my favorite scenes is with the turtles.

A Bugs Life released in 1998

A Bugs Life was the second full feature release of Pixar and it continued what Toy Story had started as a fun kids movie. A Bugs Life was extremely entertaining, but it wasn't as successful as its older brother.

After Movie Pixar Credits

After the movie the credits are sometimes as entertaining as the movie. For example, at the end of Cars, John Ratzenberger does a great spoof on some of his other Pixar characters, except they are in cars. It's a must see.

Pixar Shorts

With the release of every Pixar movie, they also released a short movie that was seen before that may or may no have anything to do with the movie. The shorts are great, and if you can't choose which one, the birds on the telephone wire are hilarious.

Pixar's A113 Easter Egg

In every Pixar movie the code A113 is incorporated into a scene. Here's the list as we have seen it:

A113 in Brave - Above the door of the witch's cottage is ACXIII. CXIII is the Roman Numerals for 113.

Cars 2 - A113 is the number on Siddeley's tail, Mater's license plate, and part of the image number on the spy photo of Miles Axelrod's engine.

Up - A113 is the number of the court room.

Wall-e - In Wall-e A113 was the directive not to return to earth

Ratatouille - Git, the lab rat, has tag A113 on his left ear.

Cars - The number of the freight train that almost crashes into Lightning McQueen while he is chasing Mack and it is Mater's license plate.

The Incredibles - Mirage mentions Room number A113 in Syndrome's lair. A more obscure version is the prison level A1 where Mr. Incredible in Cell #13: A1 & 13.

Finding Nemo - Model code on camera used by scuba diver

Monsters Inc - When Sulley sees Smitty and Needleman loading the trash compactor, A113 is seen on the sign in the background.

Toy Story 2 - Airport announcement for "LassetAir Flight A113"

A Bugs Life - Code a cereal box

Toy Story Series - License Plate of Andy's mom's van.

Former Pixar CEO Steve Jobs

I just finished Walter Isaacson's biography on Steve Jobs and didn't realize how much impact Jobs had on Pixar. From purchasing the company from George Lucas for $5 million to selling it to Disney and becoming Disney's biggest shareholder, Steve brought his view of crossing art and technology to create a great company that creates movies that my family and I love to watch.

What is your favorite Pixar movie?

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      Merry Citarella 

      4 years ago from Oregon's Southern Coast

      I can see I've grown lax in my animation movie watching. I haven't seen Brave yet (or Frozen, if you can imagine)! Finding Nemo is still my favorite so far though. The turtles of course, but Dory is so funny. Interesting to learn of Steve Jobs impact too. Didn't know he became Disney's biggest shareholder. Also fun to know about the A113. I'll be looking for that now! Fun lens. Pinning!

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