InspirationIf you follow me on Twitter, you will note that I have been forwarding every Pixar Ranking that I've read. If you don't believe me—or you don't follow my micro-blog&mdashhere's a sampling of these posts:
What criteria would you use to rank the Pixar Movies? I'm thinking Story, Characters, Feels & Originality. Thoughts?— Christopher Jimenez (@cjmnz8) July 24, 2015
Best list I've read. Even if not totally in line with my own. Every Pixar movie, ranked from worst to best http://t.co/ePLQPjib2I #fb— Christopher Jimenez (@cjmnz8) July 23, 2015
British take. Meh. Inside Out: All 14 Pixar movies ranked from worst to best… http://t.co/wutTVhDPGa #fb— Christopher Jimenez (@cjmnz8) July 24, 2015
CriteriaClearly, the release and popularity of Pixar's Inside Out spawned these rankings and suckers like me click on them. That's fine, I enjoy it. Further, my disagreement with these rankings caused me to think—how do I quantify my own feelings towards these movies? Clearly, I appreciate Pixar's work. The company is out of this world! Ranking these movies is an exercise in hair-splitting.
Yet, the idea has been planted in my head. I must pursue it.
As you could see from my tweet, I ranked the 14 Pixar movies based on based on Story, Characters, Feels and Originality. What does that mean? I tell you:
How was the plot? Did it leave the viewer satisfied? Is it a movie you could watch over and over again?
Did you get to know the characters? Did you feel love, admiration, symathy?
I laughed, I cried, it was wonderful! (Or maybe you didn't...)
Is this just another story? Did this movie revolutionize the industry?
ConclusionWill I agree with my own personal rankings? I have a feeling I won't. I'll try to post my results tomorrow. In the meantime, I'll ask you to take my survey! If enough people respond, I'll post those results too!
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