Well it wasn't too much of a surprise but it appears nostalgia fueled the vote. The original Toy Story started off strong and easily came in first. 20 Years later the innovative film still feels fresh and while Pixar's animation style has improved there is just no beating that feeling you got when you first saw Toy Story.
Tying in second was Finding Nemo and Up. The story of a father looking for his son is heartwarming and the voice cast is brilliant and there was some strong support to make Ellen Degeneres the first Oscar nominee for a voicing a character. And the first 15 minutes of Up is probably one of the most romantic stories in film history.
Following just behind them is Monsters Inc and Brave. The support for Monsters Inc kind of surprised me. I didn't realize there was that much love for that movie. Brave is a tricky one. While there was definitely support of the movie in the poll it appears some one voted multiple times for Brave and artificially elevated it's vote count. I disqualified some of those votes but the movie still managed to do well in the poll.
As far the bottom goes Cars 2 got zero votes and is widely considered one of the worst Pixar movies. Another sequel follows that with Monster's University only getting one vote.
The rest of the movies fall somewhere in between. Here is the complete list.
Toy Story 9
Finding Nemo 8
Monster Inc 7
Toy Story 3 3
The Incredibles 3
A Bugs Life 2
Toy Story 2 2
Monsters University 1
Cars 2 0