8. Monsters, Inc. (2001)
Monsters, Inc. is one of the best examples of how Pixar takes a stereotype and shakes it up. Sulley proved with his protective, loving attitude for Boo that the scary monsters in your bedroom are not so scary after all, but are lovable characters with real human desires. Also, Monsters, Inc. is one of the greatest examples of voice acting in animation, with Billy Crystal providing the perfect vocals for Mike Wazowski. Only Billy Crystal could sing with such vigour and an underlying satirical tone “put that thing back where it came, or so help me!” Again, this is a film that tugs on the heartstrings of parents, but also provides endless laughs and entertainment for children.