Pixar Movies and their Rotten Tomatoes Ratings

Toy Story, 1995, Rotten Tomatoes 100%
A Bug’s Life, 1998, Rotten Tomatoes 92%
Toy Story 2, 1999, Rotten Tomatoes 100%
Monsters, Inc., 2001 Rotten Tomatoes 95%
Finding Nemo, 2003 Rotten Tomatoes, 98%
The Incredibles, 2004 Rotten Tomatoes 97%
Cars, 2006 Rotten Tomatoes 74%
Ratatouille, 2007 Rotten Tomatoes 96%
WALL-E, 2008 Rotten Tomatoes 96%
Up, 2009 Rotten Tomatoes 98%
Toy Story 3, 2010 Rotten Tomatoes 99%
Cars 2, 2011 Rotten Tomatoes 38%
Brave, 2012 Rotten Tomatoes 74%
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3 thoughts on “Pixar Movies and their Rotten Tomatoes Ratings

  1. They should be ashamed of the Cars series. Sometimes the Pixar folks fight with the Disney folks over creative control. When Pixar wins, the movies turn out great. When Disney wins, it is hit or miss. Just a hunch.

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