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Pixar supercut celebrates 20 years and all its films

So much cuteness, so many tears

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Pixar: Making you feel all the feels since Nov. 22, 1995. (An iconic date in history otherwise known as the day Toy Story was released.) Grab a hanky and take a minute to appreciate this cute compilation of movies from the computer animation studio, an immersive supercut spanning Pixar flicks from 1995’s Toy Story to their upcoming release, The Good Dinosaur.

Created by film editor Kees van Dijkhuizen Jr. (via Collider), the reel lets fans relive favorite moments from all 15 of Pixar’s feature-length releases, like Ratatouille, Monsters Inc., and A Bug’s Life. The YouTube tribute – set to composer Michael Giacchino’s Up soundtrack accompanied by a TED Talk director Andrew Stanton gave in 2012 – also showcases the evolution of Pixar’s animation style by sampling shorts like 1997’s Geri’s Game and 2010’s Day & Night.

And in true Pixar style, the reel gets better and better towards the end by showcasing scenes from studio’s 16th feature film, The Good Dinosaur, and its accompanying short, Sanjay’s Super Team. Immersive, innovative, sweet and a total tearjerker? This reel is definitely Pixar material, through and through.

The Good Dinosaur opens in theaters Nov. 25. 

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