‘Toy Story 3’ voted best Pixar movie of all time — Sorry, ‘Up’!

When we asked you earlier this month to name your favorite of all 17 Pixar movies, there was a perfect tie for the top spot between “Toy Story 3” (2010) and “Up” (2009). We ran a showdown poll between these two top contenders last week to determine the all-time fave and — drumroll, please — “Toy Story 3” came out on top with 52% of the vote. “Up” was a close second with 48%.

Do you agree with our readers’ pick that “Toy Story 3” is really the best Pixar movie of all time? Sound off down in the comments section.

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“Toy Story 3” won two Oscars for Best Animated Feature and Best Song (“We Belong Together”) in 2010. It also earned a trio of bids for Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Sound Editing. This third film in the wildly successful franchise about Andy’s adventurous toys is a much more emotional outing, as the boy’s all grown up and heading out to college. The film once again stars Tom Hanks as cowboy Woody and Tim Allen as spaceman Buzz Lightyear. The film earned $415 million domestically.

“Up” took home a pair of Oscars as well: Best Animated Feature and Best Score (Michael Giacchino). It was also nominated for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay and Best Sound Editing in 2009. Ed Asner plays a widower who’s facing eviction from his lifelong home, so he uses hundreds of balloons to make his house fly off into the sky. He unwittingly also takes an ambitious boy scout along with him on the journey. “Up” earned $293 million at the domestic box office.

Pixar movies: Winners & losers at Oscars, from ‘Toy Story’ to ‘Finding Dory’

Based on the initial poll, here is how our readers rank all 17 Pixar feature films:

#1 — “Toy Story 3”

#2 — “Up”

#3 — “WALL-E”

#4 — “Toy Story”

#5 — “The Incredibles”

#6 — “Finding Nemo”

#7 — “Inside Out”

#8 — “Ratatouille”

#9 — “Monsters, Inc.”

#10 — “Toy Story 2”

#11 — “Cars”

#12 — “Finding Dory”

#13-#17 (TIE) “A Bug’s Life,” “Cars 2,” “Brave,” “Monsters University,” “The Good Dinosaur”

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Be sure to sound off with other Pixar fans in our world-famous movie forums. Pixar’s next feature will be “Cars 3” on June 16, 2017 and then “Coco” will be released in theaters November 22, 2017.

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