Pixar, despite only having so far released 13 films, has proved it can play this trope well.
* TearJerker/{{Brave}}
* TearJerker/ABugsLife
* TearJerker/{{Cars}}
* TearJerker/FindingNemo
* TearJerker/TheIncredibles
* TearJerker/MonstersInc
** TearJerker/MonstersUniversity
* TearJerker/{{Planes}}
* TearJerker/{{Ratatouille}}
* TearJerker/ToyStory
** TearJerker/ToyStory2
** TearJerker/ToyStory3
* TearJerker/{{Up}}
* TearJerker/WallE
* The scene where [[spoiler:Flik finally stands up to Hopper and gives the speech about how Hopper was wrong about them being worthless and called out the grasshoppers for being afraid]].

* The Pixar short from 1987, "Red's Dream". The moment with the unicycle just sitting in the shop waiting for someone to buy him just gets so many people.

[[AC:Real Life (That's right, Pixar has brought its powers of tearjerkiness ''into real life'')]]

* [[http://www.ocregister.com/news/pixar-128978-up-movie.html Cancer-stricken girl holds on long enough to see ''Up'', then died seven hours later.]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4a4MR8oI_B8 It Gets Better - Love, Pixar]]
* [[http://cathicks.blogspot.com/2011/02/what-burglars-cannot-steal-away.html Pixar employees put together a fund to help an animator whose apartment was burglarized.]]
* [[http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/06/business/steve-jobs-of-apple-dies-at-56.html?hp Steve Jobs, cofounder of Pixar, dies at 56]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnNaQWBUhv0 This simply beautiful tribute]] to late Pixar (and Disney) storyman Joe Ranft, by veteran Disney director John Musker.