Top 10 Animated Movies You Must Watch

Animation has grown immensely over the years and has made animated movies very popular.

 

1. Toy Story

This movie was computer generated and was the first of its kind. While the plot was interesting and the humor worked well with the audiences, the characters were lovable and endearing. All in all, a great movie.

 

2. The Aristrocats

Even though this movie was not as well accepted as the rest mentioned on this list, it is definitely among the best. The story is charming and sweet while the soundtrack is beautiful. The main characters include a delightful rogue and a devious butler.

 

3. The Prince of Egypt

This movie is based on Moses and is mentioned here because of its originality. His relationship with Pharaoh has been portrayed in an interesting manner and will appeal to the audience. One particular dream sequence in the movie is fabulous and will leave you amazed.

 

4. Bambi

Whoever has a loving heart out there is bound to love this animated film. While it is not as funny as most animations, it is extremely touching and very sweet. One particular character played by a skunk is particularly cute and you will find yourself falling in love with it!

 

5. Toy Story 2

The sequel to the first movie was quite well accepted but not as loved as the first one. The characters make fun of a number of movies which will make you laugh hysterically. The Martians in the movie are adorable and will make you want to watch the movie on repeat! A must watch, undoubtedly.

 

6. Ice Age

The animation in this film was extraordinary and the story was unique and funny. Some moments were extremely witty and if you watch it on DVD- you will find yourself pressing Pause several times just to be able to laugh without missing anything!

 

7. Antz

This movie is quite popular amongst kids and adults alike. However, if you are not familiar with the basics of Marxism and Communism, you will enjoy the humor but you will not get the undercurrents that have been slipped in. Antz covers issues that are socio-political in nature and does a great job. After Animal Farm, this film looked into satire from a unique point of view. While the animation is not as remarkable as some of these movies, it is still quite decent. The fact that Woody Allen lends his voice just adds to it all!

 

8. Dumbo

The crows in this movie are hilarious and will make you tear-up with uncontrollable laughter. The jokes may be slightly slapstick but they’re still funny. However, the plot is quite touching which is why you can watch this movie almost every day! Unless of course, you don’t have a heart.

 

9. A Bug’s Life

A Bug’s Life is funny, the animation is remarkable and the characters are great too. When you watch this movie, you may find yourself wondering where you’ve seen it before as it is slightly similar to Antz. However, it is lighter and will sit well with the babies!

 

10. Finding Nemo

This movie is adorable and you will find yourself rooting for Marlin as he looks for his son, Nemo. The animation is beyond amazing and the film is both funny and touching. Dory is one of the cutest animated characters you will ever come across and will make you want to pick her up and hug her! Almost all the characters are endearing, from the sharks to the Australian turtles to the creatures in the aquarium.

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  • Nick

    The Crows in Dumbo aren’t so much “hilarious” as they are “horribly racist”. But maybe that’s just me.

  • adam

    Disney being racist? Say it aint so….

  • http://celebritymantra.blogspot.com Celebritymantra

    Thanks for your ratings these movies are really great.

  • Ali

    Uh, lame selection. Where are the classics? Like the Studio Ghibli films? What about the Corose Bride? Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Plague Dogs, Watership Down, Balto and all the others?

  • Anil

    My top 5 best r;
    1. UP
    2. Kung Fu Panda
    3. Wall-E
    4. Ice Age 3
    5. Finding Nemo/Incredibles

  • The Ripper

    Your top ten list looks more like a Disney “Love-In.” You’ve either missed or have outright ignored some incredibly good and unusual films for your list. There’s Satoshi Kon’s Millennium Actress, Katsuhiro Ohtomo’s Akira, Brad Bird’s The Iron Giant (with also a mention to The Incredibles which he also directed) I should also mention films like The Nightmare Before Christmas, Tonari No Totorro (My Neighbor Totorro), The Triplets of Belleville, Yellow Submarine, and the original 1939 Gulliver. Expand your horizons!

  • Joe

    1.Lion King

  • Michael

    Where is the lion king?!?! THE film of the disney renaissance.

  • http://www.ncdf.net/vb/member.php?u=540914 Aili

    Without giving a rigorous treatment we briefly reflect on. We were faced with a painful choice in deciding.

  • Bev

    So glad to see “The Aristocats” and “Bambi” on here…but no “The Little Mermaid” or “The Lion King”?

  • Billy Shears

    Where’s Yellow Submarine? Ground-breaking,innovative animation combined with the music of The Beatles (world’s greatest rock band).