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This Disney Pixar March Madness Bracket Might Ruin Friendships

This Disney Pixar March Madness Bracket Might Ruin Friendships

March Madness isn’t a seasonal disease—not technically. It’s the month when college basketball heads into tournament season and fans celebrate by making brackets to choose the winners and place bets. But the bracket is applicable to so many things besides basketball: Dungeons and Dragons monsters, Star Wars characters, evil villains, and Disney and Pixar animated films. Twitter user @yeeitsanthonyy shared a bracket pitting all your favorite heart string-pulling stories against each other in vicious battle.

I’m not positive, but friendships may have been ruined by this bracket. I mean, how do you even put Hercules against Aladdin from the beginning? Or The Incredibles against Wall-E? If you asked me about the Pixar film I love most, I’d say Brave without question. But when it’s against Up, I don’t know what to do. Do I choose with my heart, or do I choose based on which film is better and more popular?

Those are just a couple of deep questions you’ll have to ask yourself while completing this bracket. Luckily some decisions are simple: Ratatouille is empirically better than A Bug’s Life, but most of these require a lot of consideration. In fact, sorry co-workers, but I’ll be working on completing this bracket for the rest of the day.

You know we want to see your completed bracket. Show it to us on Twitter and feel free to share all your arguments.

Image: Disney/Pixar

Amy Ratcliffe is an Associate Editor for Nerdist. Follow her on Twitter and keep up with her Disney food adventures on Instagram.

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