8 Pixar Movies That Make Us Cry Like A Baby

Pixar not only creates colorful and cheery animated films but also tells significant stories with themes and profound life philosophies that everyone can relate to. This top-notch animation company consistently manages to make the audience feel as if they are on a roller coaster of emotions, ranging from joyous to melancholy.
Here are a few examples of times when Pixar used magical magic to make us feel emotional when watching.

1. Up, 2009

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As far as movie segments go, the first 10 minutes are the best of all. If you haven't seen it yet, I can tell you that the first ten minutes will be enough to make you cry.

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During the first half of the montage, Ellie is shown as a source of life and joy for Carl. They got married and lived happily after. However, Ellie collapses in the montage, and Carl kisses her forehead in the hospital, then he's at her funeral, and he enters their house for the first time in his life.

2. Coco, 2017

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“Remember me
Though I have to say goodbye
Remember me
Don't let it make you cry…”

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3. Ratatouille, 2007

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It's a popular dish, not a specialty, that finally wins over an unconvinced food critic. Sometimes the dish's great taste is influenced by people's fond memories and affection.

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4. Inside out, 2015

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Bing Bong disappeared…

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5. The Good Dinosaur, 2015

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Arlo, a shy young apatosaurus, is separated from his parents and siblings by a severe storm and finds himself miles away from home, with only a feral cave-boy named Spot for companionship. Spot assists him in escaping the fear, loneliness, and hopelessness that he is experiencing.

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Arlo and Spot parted ways to return to their families.

6. Toy Story, 1995, 1999, 2010, 2019

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“When somebody loved me
Everything was beautiful
Every hour we spent together
Lives within my heart”

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In retrospect, Toy Story 1 wasn't all that sad. However, in Toy Story 2, Jesse remembers being forgotten by her owner and then being abandoned.

7. Finding Nemo, 2003

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When Dory approaches Marlin, he tells her to leave him alone. Marlin believes his son is dead. He tells Dory he doesn't want to see her out of frustration, anger, and sadness. There is a lot of sympathy for him on our side. The fact that Marlin's been her only friend makes us feel sorry for her as well. When you see this scene, you're sad for both characters at once.

8. Monsters INC, 2001, 2013, 2019

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It was painful to watch Boo and Sulley say their final goodbyes to each other. Things got tense right before Boo's door was blown off its hinges, even though we know they will reunite at the end of the film. Boo had to have the best sad face ever, so when she frowns, we frown.

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