8 Heartwarming Pixar Scenes That Even Made Adults Cry

Bing Bong’s Sacrifice (Inside Out)

Bing Bong's heroic and heartbreaking sacrifice in Inside Out to help Joy escape the Memory Dump resonates deeply with his final words, "Take her to the moon for me," highlighting the bittersweet nature of childhood memories.

Boo’s Goodbye (Monsters, Inc.)

Saying goodbye to Boo in Monsters, Inc. showcases the deep bond between Sulley and Boo. Her innocent cry of "Kitty" as Sulley leaves is a heart-tugging moment that emphasizes their special connection.

Marlin Finds Nemo (Finding Nemo)

The reunion of Marlin and Nemo in Finding Nemo is a triumphant moment filled with emotion. After a perilous journey, Marlin's heartfelt embrace with Nemo underscores the unbreakable bond between parent and child.

Remember Me (Coco)

The song "Remember Me" in Coco becomes a poignant reminder of family and memory when Miguel sings it to his great-grandmother, Coco. 

Andy’s Goodbye (Toy Story 3)

In Toy Story 3, Andy's heartfelt farewell to his beloved toys as he heads off to college is a tearjerker. Passing them on to Bonnie, he shows his growth and the end of his childhood.

Anton Ego’s Flashback (Ratatouille)

In Ratatouille, food critic Anton Ego’s flashback to his childhood upon tasting Remy’s ratatouille is deeply moving. This scene highlights the power of food and memories to evoke deep emotions.

Dory Finds Her Parents (Finding Dory)

Dory’s reunion with her parents in Finding Dory is a tearful and joyous moment. Following the shells they've left to guide her home, this scene emphasizes themes of perseverance, love, and family bonds.

Woody’s Decision (Toy Story 4)

In Toy Story 4, Woody’s decision to stay with Bo Peep and live a life of adventure marks significant character development. Prioritizing his happiness over his duty to Andy’s toys is both heartwarming and bittersweet.