It’s no secret that Pixar has been one of the forefront runners in the film industry since their first major feature film Toy Story (1995) was released in theaters. The technical mastery of computer simulated animation was a fresh change from the traditional animation styles of cartoon films, and since then, every Pixar film has been financial successes in the box office and in DVD sales. In addition to the beautiful animation, Pixar has excelled in creating spellbinding stories that have attracted movie audiences young and old.
The writers that work at Pixar are some of the best in the business and usually have graduated from top ranked schools. Their talent is usually accompanied by rigorous study in film writing technique and is critiqued according to the high standards of the company. If any aspiring writer wants to see how a professional quality script is written, then Pixar is a great place to start.
- (2011) Cars 2
- (2010) Toy Story 3 Script
- (2009) Up Script
- (2008) Wall-E Script
- (2007) Ratatouille Script
- (2006) Cars Script [Transcript]
- (2004) The Incredibles Script [Transcript]
- (2003) Finding Nemo Script
- (2001) Monsters Inc. Script
- (1999) Toy Story 2 Script
- (1998) A Bug’s Life
- (1995) Toy Story Script [Transcript]
As one of Pixar’s original employees, and only its second animator, Andrew Stanton has come a long way in making Pixar into one of the most widely-recognized feature-length animation studios in the world. His hands-on approach to all his produced films, from writing, directing to animation, has given him the irreplaceable knack for depth, character and storytelling.
To find out more about his filmography, check out Andrew Stanton’s complete collection of feature-length works below:
1. Toy Story 3 Script (2010)
2. Wall-E Script (2008)
3. Finding Nemo Script (2003)
4. Monsters Inc. (Film Transcript) (2001)
5. Toy Story 2 Script (Film Transcript) (1999)
6. A Bug’s Life Script (1998)
7. Toy Story Script (1987)
The decades long stigma that animated features were best left for children is now long gone. Now, animated movies — when guided by the right hands — can provide the same breathtaking visuals and emotionally compelling storytelling that even adults can enjoy.
Below are a list of our five picks for Top 3D Animated Movie Scripts: