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    lol



    Yes, our world has indeed become a world of motion. We have engineered marvels that take us swiftly over land and sea, through the air, and into space itself. And still bolder and better ideas are yet to come. Ideas that will fulfill our age old dream to be free. Free in mind. Free in spirit. Free to follow the distant star of our ancestors to a brighter tomorrow. - World of Motion (1982-1996)

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    Haha well even though it is my least favorite, I still love it

    And I think I have had that avatar since before the movie came out!

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    Time once again! Funny how there's always subtle shifts for me when I update this list...
    1. Toy Story
    2. Incredibles
    3. Finding Nemo
    4. Toy Story 2
    5. Cars
    6. Toy Story 3
    7. Monsters, Inc.
    8. Ratatouille
    9. Wall-E
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    As of yesterday:

    1. Monsters, Inc.
    2. Toy Story
    3. Ratatouille
    4. Finding Nemo
    5. The Incredibles
    6. Toy Story 3
    7. Cars
    8. Up
    9. A Bug's Life
    10. Toy Story 2
    11. Wall-E
    12. Cars 2
    Yes, our world has indeed become a world of motion. We have engineered marvels that take us swiftly over land and sea, through the air, and into space itself. And still bolder and better ideas are yet to come. Ideas that will fulfill our age old dream to be free. Free in mind. Free in spirit. Free to follow the distant star of our ancestors to a brighter tomorrow. - World of Motion (1982-1996)

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    1. Ratatouille
    2. Wall-E
    3. Toy Story
    4. Incredibles
    5. Toy Story 2
    6. Cars
    7. Finding Nemo
    8. Toy Story 3
    9. Up
    10. A Bug's Life
    11. Monster's Inc.
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    It's funny that Bugs Life continually falls to the bottom half of the list.
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    1. Toy Story 3
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    5. Toy Story
    6. A Bug's Life
    7. Monster's Inc.
    8. Finding Nemo
    9. Cars
    10. Wall-E
    11. Incredibles

    [Cars 2 didn't have it's premiere here yet ]
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    Up is definitely my favorite! then I like monsters Inc, Toy story and tangled..(which I am not sure is Pixar's but it's disney ^^)

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    Updated!
    1. Toy Story
    2. Incredibles
    3. Finding Nemo
    4. Toy Story 3
    5. Brave
    6. Cars
    7. Toy Story 2
    8. Monsters, Inc.
    9. Ratatouille
    10. Wall-E
    11. Up
    12. A Bugs Life
    13. Cars 2
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    Disneyland. My Anti-drug.

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    Just had to gloat, didn't you?

    Great review, looking forward to seeing it and updating my list.


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