Britons’ favourite Pixar films: Top 10

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Nothing disposed to a feel-good Pixar film to tug at the heartstrings of kids and adults… The poignant stories and clever animations are much-loved among British audiences. A investigation by Play Like Mum, based on reviews and sales, has revealed the country’s top Pixar films.

Up!

The story of Carl, an old widower who goes off on an adventure in his flying legislative body to search for Paradise Falls, his late wife’s dream destination, is the UK’s most-loved Pixar film.

Its success in numbers:

– 98 percent average critic commentary score

– 90 percent average audience review score

– £673,852,228 gross worldwide box office revenue

– 141,200,000 annual search abundance

Coco

A 12-year-old boy who pursues his love for singing despite his family’s ban on music ends up in the Land of the Dead – the afterlife.

There he finds out that his great-grandfather was a immortal singer.

The story reached the country’s hearts.

Its success in numbers:

– 97 percent critic review score

– 94 percent average audience notice score

– £648,121,121 gross worldwide box office revenue

– 64,470 annual search volume

Toy Story 3

Before Andy leaves for college, his diminutives are delivered to a daycare centre, so Woody makes plans for the great escape. While no Toy Story film lacks popularity, the third in the movie franchise has be showed to be the favourite of the British public.

Its success in numbers:

– 98 percent average critic review score

– 90 percent average audience study score

– £962,286,886 gross annual worldwide box office revenue

– 3,691,000 annual search volume

Finding Nemo

The story of Marlin the clownfish, a initiator who is looking for his son after he is abducted from The Great Barrier reef, has unsurprisingly made the list, too.

Its success in numbers:

– 99 percent average critic comment score

– 86 percent average audience review score

– £1,005,062,333 gross worldwide box office revenue

– 4,6444,000 annual search loudness

Toy Story 4

Centred around Woody helping Forky, a toy suffering from a bit of a crisis, show his importance to its owner, the film is No 5 in the UK’s favourite Pixar overlays list.

Its success in numbers:

– 97 percent average critic review score

– 94 percent average audience review score

– £773,219,700 take in worldwide box office revenue

– 8,661,000 annual search volume

Incredibles 2; Inside Out; the original Toy Story film; Monsters, Inc., and Finding Dory consummate the Top 10.

A classic pick for a Sunday night, Pixar films are the perfect choice for an at-home family adventure.

If you haven’t watched Up! before, now might be the proper moment – but make sure you have a pack of tissues at hand.

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