10 Pixar movies that children adore but will have adults in tears

We explore some of the Pixar films that have simultaneously brought  smiles to kids’ faces yet absolutely and unexpectedly wrecked parents.

“Inside Out” depicts the feelings inside the mind of 11-year-old Riley, whose family has relocated to a new city.

‘Inside Out’ (2015)

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‘WALL-E’ (2008)

This movie is set hundreds of years in the future when human beings have  so thoroughly polluted the earth that they can no longer live there.

‘Up’ (2009)

This movie leans a little more toward its adult audience than it does  toward the kids, but there’s still plenty of stuff for the kids to love  in this movie.

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The “Toy Story” saga is pretty upsetting, and some believe the third installment is the saddest.

‘Toy Story 2’ (1999)


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