REMINDER: Pixar film rankings are end of Friday, July 21. Thanks!
It’s a question that has caused fans of cinema to lose countless hours over debating: What is the best and worst of any given film franchise?
ScreenAge Wasteland aims to find the common ground by asking its community to participate in a collaborative ranking of the Pixar Animation Studios filmography. The 27 eligible films are:
- 1990s: Toy Story, A Big’s Life, Toy Story 2
- 2000s: Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, WALL-E, Up
- 2010s: Toy Story 3, Cars 2, Brave, Monsters University, Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur, Finding Dory, Cars 3, Coco, Incredibles 2, Toy Story 4
- 2020s: Onward, Soul, Luca, Turning Red, Lightyear, Elemental
Submit your ranking of the 27 Pixar films to email@example.com by Friday, July 21. All you have to do is order the films from best to worst, and include a sentence or two (no longer than a paragraph please) about each film (your favorite part, why it is great/terrible, etc.).
Here’s an example of what a response might look like for Pixar’s A Bug’s Life:
- Surely most people put this at the bottom of their list? For all I know A Bug’s Life is much better than I remember, but I think it was forever cursed as being “not as good as Toy Story.” I sure as hell know it is better than Antz though.
Once the deadline has passed, we’ll tally up the various rankings, cherrypick the best responses for each film, and put together a massive collab ranking to release during our July theme month focused around animated films!
NOTE: You can participate as long as you have seen at least 15 films. DO NOT rank films you have not viewed. The scores will be adjusted depending on how many films are on your ranking.
Are you up for the task? Comment below or email to confirm your involvement.
To see our previous community collab rankings, click here.
Thanks in advance to everyone who participates. You are the hero SAW needs.