The Pixar Draft With Post-Credit Podcast

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Pixar Animation Studios is one of the most iconic animation studios of all-time, they seem to always put out content that people of all ages can enjoy. The DisInsider was honored to appear on the Post-Credit Podcast to discuss their storied content in a fantasy football-style draft as we stake claim to their most influential films since Toy Story in 1995.

Below is how our draft results panned out, let us know what you think and who had the better draft.

The DisInsider (Skyler Shuler & Derek Cornell)

Post-Credit Podcast (Eric Ital & Brandon Katz)

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1 thought on “The Pixar Draft With Post-Credit Podcast”

  1. Antonio Banderines

    First of all, sorry for my English and any spelling mistakes! The DisInsider had the better draft, that’s for sure. Empire magazine and Entertainment Weekly also did a Pixar movies ranking once (I mean, they probably did several and with different orders, but there were these two I mentioning I remember) and in both rankings “Toy Story 2” was at first place, to which I agree. Pixar’s second best movie is, for me, it’s “Monsters, Inc.” and then you can order them up as you like between “Toy Story”, “Toy Story 3”, “Finding Nemo” and “The Incredibles”. There are others kinds of people, like those on Post-Credit Podcast I see, who prefer “Up”, “Coco”, “Inside-Out”, “Wall-E”, “Ratatouille” and now will love “Soul”. I mean, those are not bad at all, in fact they’re great films too, but they can’t compete against “Toy Story 2”, don’t ask me why, but it’s the best animated feature film ever made. Of course, it’s just my opinion and art is subjective, but I hold it as my own truth, to infinity and beyond! 🙂

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