Pixar movies that are soooo rewatchable!!

1. Turning Red (2022)

The positive about this movie coming out so recently is that it continues the trend of Pixar productions only looking better and better. Seeing Turning Red again will help you appreciate how stunning this is from a visual standpoint.

2. A Bug’s Life (1998)

One of the funnier Pixar movies is always great to enjoy a few times over. It is also not one that is heavy on your emotions, meaning that it is easy to throw on and just have a good time with. It’s also exciting to see how Pixar movies have evolved over the years.

3. Inside Out (2015)

Most of the Pixar flicks have easter eggs, and it can be argued that Inside Out has the most hidden things to find that you might have missed the first time around. It also has one of the studio’s most impressive voice casts and can set you up beautifully to see the fantastic short film sequel.

4. Onward (2020)

Many viewers felt that it hadn’t fully grabbed them throughout their first viewing, only for it all to come together emotionally at the end. Watching it again will allow you to see the little things that lead to that significant moment in the climax.

5. Ratatouille (2007)

Ratatouille works on multiple viewings for being a relatively light watch compared to some movies from the studio. It’s also quite funny, but an underrated aspect comes from the restaurant. Food lovers everywhere can get some recipe ideas by watching this a few times.

6. Toy Story 2 (1999)

Watch it again for the fact that Toy Story 2 is legitimately hilarious. Things like Mr. Potato Head trying to avoid flirting with Barbie, the two Buzz Lightyears, Jessie’s excitement, and Rex’s obsession with fighting Zurg are all fun no matter how many times you’ve watched them.

7. Monsters Inc. (2001)

While most of you have likely teared up at the sight of Boo finding an open closet door when she looks for Sully, there are enough shenanigans in Monsters Inc. to keep you cracking up. For example, Mike Wazowski is one of the hilarious characters in Pixar history.

8. The Incredibles (2004)

This movie automatically makes it worth watching multiple times because it’s interesting to see how this worked in the times before superhero movies were significant as they are today. But, of course, you can also watch it ahead of the 2018 sequel and hear lines that are endlessly quotable like, “Where is my super suit?”

9. Toy Story (1995)

It’s an incredible story that makes viewers come back to this franchise. The introduction of iconic characters like Buzz and Woody will never be forgotten, and at just over 80 minutes, it’s the kind of quick watch you can do even when you don’t have much time on your hands.

10. WALL-E (2008)

It is said that friendship stories are usually easier to sit through than romantic ones. WALL-E is one of the exceptions to this. The story of love between WALL-E and EVE is one of the most gripping ever put on film by Pixar.

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