'The Good Dinosaur' (2015) – Pixar has been making full-length movies for 20 years, since "Toy Story" premiered in 1995. Its latest is "The Good Dinosaur." This 3-D film, set in an alternate universe in which dinosaurs never became extinct, explores the budding friendship between a young apatosaurus and a cave boy. Here's a look at all of Pixar's 16 movies.
'Toy Story' – Twenty-one years ago, Pixar made movie history with "Toy Story," the first full-length film to be animated by computers. Pixar had won Oscars for its short films, but "Toy Story" proved that it could sustain its storytelling magic over the length of a feature film. Released on November 22, 1995, the movie earned $362 million worldwide and spawned two sequels.
'A Bug's Life' (1998) – The second Pixar feature imagined a natural world inhabited by a variety of talking insects, voiced by such stars as Kevin Spacey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Denis Leary as a hot-tempered ladybug. The movie was in production and hit theaters around the same time as "Antz," a similar film from rival DreamWorks, sparking a feud between the two projects. Worldwide box office: $363 million.
'Toy Story 2' (1999) – The gang returned for this sequel, in which Buzz leads the other toys on a mission to rescue Woody, who has been abducted by a slimy toy collector. The movie introduced a new pal for Woody: Jessie, an enthusiastic cowgirl voiced by Joan Cusack. Worldwide box office: $485 million.
'Monsters, Inc.' (2001) – Pixar's gift for imaginative storytelling was on full display in this tale about monsters who live in a city powered by the screams of children. Worldwide box office: $529 million.
'Finding Nemo' (2003) – Pixar had by far its biggest hit to date with this story about a neurotic clownfish on a mission to rescue his son, who has been captured by scuba divers and put in an aquarium. The movie allowed Pixar's animators to stretch themselves by creating a colorful undersea world and won an Oscar for best animated feature. Worldwide box office: $937 million.
'The Incredibles' (2004) – A rollicking adventure about a family of superheroes, this is one of Pixar's biggest crowd-pleasers. The studio brought in its first outside director, Brad Bird, to make the film. Worldwide box office: $631 million.
'Cars' (2006) – This story, about a hotshot race car marooned in a sleepy desert town, is an affectionate ode to vanishing American byways such as Route 66. Worldwide box office: $462 million.
'Ratatouille' (2007) – A story about a French rat who becomes a world-class chef sounds like an unlikely recipe for a hit movie. But Pixar worked its magic once again, making "Ratatouille" a critical and commercial success. Animators consulted chefs and took cooking classes to add authenticity to the kitchen scenes. Worldwide box office: $624 million.
'Wall-E' (2008) – Pixar's first film set mostly in space, "Wall-E" conjured surprising depths of emotion for a story about a sweet, lonely robot who's one of the last residents of a bespoiled Earth. The movie also wove in a subtle indictment of a wasteful, consumerist society. Worldwide box office: $521 million.
'Up' (2009) – A grumpy old man ties thousands of helium balloons to his house and flies away to South America to realize a long-held dream. Huh? Another oddball premise, another big hit -- and the first Pixar movie to be nominated for a best picture Oscar. A wordless montage early in the film traced the lifelong love of Carl and Ellie, reducing many moviegoers to tears. Worldwide box office: $731 million.
'Toy Story 3' (2010) – Pixar returned to its roots for this sequel smash, which seemed to neatly wrap the "Toy Story" series as a trilogy (a fourth film is now planned). It was the fourth consecutive Pixar movie to win the best animated-film Oscar and remains the company's biggest hit. Worldwide box office: almost $1.1 billion.
'Cars 2' (2011) – After a remarkable run of 11 critically adored movies in a row, Pixar fell back to Earth with this overstuffed sequel, its only movie to score less than 70% on Rotten Tomatoes (39%, actually). Even so, it was a commercial success. Worldwide box office: $560 million.
'Brave' (2012) – For all its success, Pixar has gotten some heat for being a boys' club. Then came "Brave," its first movie with a female lead and its first conceived and directed by a woman, Brenda Chapman. Worldwide box office: $539 million.
'Monsters University' (2013) – Mike, Sulley and the gang returned for this prequel about the main characters' college days. Worldwide box office: $744 million.
'Inside Out' (2015) – After less-than-rapturous reviews for its last three films, Pixar returned to form with this wildly creative story about the inner life of an 11-year-old girl. Worldwide box office: $851 million.