Whether you're a child or an adult, Pixar films are universally adored by all for its beautiful animation and its incredible ability to tug at your heartstrings with their stories.

Movies like Coco and Up make us feel warm and cosy while teaching kids important life lessons.

But which Pixar film is the UK’s favourite?

Play Like Mum has crunched box office numbers and looked to reviews to find Britain's most beloved Pixar films, so here are some numbers about them.

1. Up

Bagging first place was the Pixar film Up, which tells the story of Carl, an old widower, who goes off on an adventure in his flying house to search for Paradise Falls, his late wife’s dream destination.

  • 98 per cent average critic review score
  • 90 per cent average audience review score
  • £673,852,228 gross worldwide box office revenue
  • 141,200,000 annual search volume

2. Coco

Next is Coco, a story about a 12-year-old boy who pursues his love for singing despite his family’s ban on music. He ends up in the Land of the Dead (the afterlife) where he finds out that his great-grandfather was a legendary singer.

  • 97 per cent critic review score
  • 94 per cent average audience review score
  • £648,121,121 gross worldwide box office revenue
  • 64,470 annual search volume

3. Toy Story 3

Toy Story is loved by many, but the third in the movie franchise has proven most popular according to stats. Before Andy leaves for college, his toys are delivered to a day care centre, so Woody makes plans for the great escape.

  • 98 per cent average critic review score
  • 90 per cent average audience review score
  • £962,286,886 gross annual worldwide box office revenue
  • 3,691,000 annual search volume

4. Finding Nemo

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It's no surprise that the classic movie Finding Nemo made the list, which is all about Marlin the clownfish, a father who is looking for his son after he is abducted from The Great Barrier reef.

  • 99 per cent average critic review score
  • 86 per cent average audience review score
  • £1,005,062,333 gross worldwide box office revenue
  • 4,6444,000 annual search volume

5. Toy Story 4

Coming in at number five is Toy Story 4, which centres around Woody helping Forky, a toy suffering from a bit of a crisis, realise his importance to his owner.

  • 97 per cent average critic review score
  • 94 per cent average audience review score
  • £773,219,700 gross worldwide box office revenue
  • 8,661,000 annual search volume

So there are the top five Pixar movies in the UK according to facts and figures, but what other Pixar films made the top ten?

After Toy Story 4 was Incredibles 2 with a 98 per cent average critic review score, followed by Inside Out with a 93 per cent average critic review score.

At number eight, the stats show that the original Toy Story movie got a 100 per cent average critic review score and an annual search volume of 9,630,000.

This was followed by Monsters, Inc, a classic Pixar film with a 96 per cent average critic review score, and finally, Finding Dory with a 94 per cent average critic review score.

It’s safe to say that a Pixar movie is a classic pick for a Sunday night in. But do you agree? If you've never watched Up before, we'd advise purchasing a few packs of Kleenex beforehand.

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