Prepare to peel out with this revved-up animated adventure featuring classic automobiles, plenty of fender benders, guffaws galore and a nostalgic Route 66 road trip with a crew that doesn’t make pit stops. Nominated for the Best Animated Feature Oscar, Cars won Best Animated Film in the first category of its kind at the 2007 Golden Globes.
Finding Nemo (2003)
Pixar has created another amazing computer-animated adventure, this time heading underwater as two plucky fish, Marlin and Dory, search high and low for Marlin’s missing son, Nemo. In addition to the other beloved ocean-dwelling characters in this box office recordbreaker.
Monsters, Inc. (2001)
Pixar pitches another computer-animated classic with this family-friendly tale about the professional scarers of Monsters, Inc., who sneak into children’s bedrooms at night to elicit screams that they convert into energy to run their world. Life is fine for top scarer Sulley and his assistant, Mike, until a little girl named Boo accidentally finds her way into the monster world — and into Sulley’s heart.
Brad Bird co-directs this Oscar-winning Pixar offering about a passionate rat named Remy who thirsts for a sip of the good life, despite the questionable tastes of his rodent relatives. Growing up beneath a five-star Parisian restaurant, Remy inherits a taste for fine food. But his culinary ambitions only anger his practical father, who wishes his son could just eat garbage like everyone else.
Toy Story (1995)
Cowboy-toy Woody feels threatened when overblown space ranger Buzz Lightyear arrives with a suitcase full of bells and whistles. But both dolls are lost when the family moves — and finding their way home is only half the adventure. Director John Lasseter won a special Academy Award for this groundbreaking, computer-animated film that also earned Oscar nods for its music and screenplay.
synopsis by Netflix.