Favorite Animated Movies

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    I am SharkMan12 who’s joined GeeksandGamers very recently and couldn’t help but notice the lack in talk about animated movies and animation in general. I’d like to talk about what are your favorite animated movies. Doesn’t have to be your number one because that can be tricky if you know what I mean. Let’s get started.

    Many people may not be thrilled with this but one of my favorites is Disney’s Frozen.

    After six years, it still holds a huge impression on me. It inspired me into opening up, going out of my comfort zone, trying to look at things another way. I love the characters, especially Anna who is one of my top favorite Disney princesses. It’s got the best songs I’ve heard in a long time and yes, I even liked “Fixer Upper.” And the story is very meaningful and I thought the plot twist was unbelievable. It’s a very influential and emotional experience for me. Wish I could say the same for the sequel.

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      South Park: The Movie.


      In no particular order, my favorites include The Iron Giant, Mulan, Pocahontas, Shrek, Finding Nemo, Toy Story 1 and 2, and Tangled.


        Shrek 2 for the humor. Ratatouille for the colors and setting.

          • 9 (2009) for the art style
          • Ghost in the Shell 2 – Innocence (2004) for the jolting introduction to Japanese Animation
          • Ice Age (2002) for the team chemistry and humor
          • Rango (2011) for the setting, satire, and overall quality





          Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

          Lion King

          The Incredibles




          Mannn…I just wrote a longass love letter to G.I.Joe – The Movie and the site auto-logged me out.

          Fix yer shit, Jeremy.



          From the animated movies that I’ve seen:

          1. The Lion King

          2. Toy Story 3

          3. Toy Story 2

          4.Toy Story

          5. The Incredibles


          1. Redline for that man-ly manliness GOD-TIER animation. 7yrs, 100,000 hand-drawn frames of animation.

          2. Akira for the story, themes, animation and overall asthetic. Also my introduction to more adult (japanese) animation. (had only seen DB+DBZ before this)

          3. Spirited away for the same reasons as akira, my first (and I assume many’s) introduction to Studio Ghibli.

          4. WALL-E for the look, story and characters. I’ve always connected better with robots/AI and animals than people in movies for some reason. Probably my favourite Pixar movie, closest contender would be Incredibles.

          5. Rango as it is, having it’s cinematography done by Roger F-ing Deakins, is in my opinion the best looking CG film i’ve seen when compared to films of it’s ilk i.e Westerns. Being a massive fan of the greater western movies (especially those made by Sergio Leone) it hit the spot for entertaining me to no end. Think its one of Depp’s best performaces along side Raul Duke aka Hunter.S.Thompson (who makes a small cameo in the film as well).

          Honerable mention. Didn’t know whether it counted but felt I needed to mention “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”. I love noir films both classic and Neo and this may have been the very first I watched. It’s also way ahead of it’s time with such belivable acting considering the other characters are hand animated in later. The story was good and the style and theme held true to the Genre it was borrowing from. A great film that I could flip flop over comparing to Rango for No.5


          Disney: The Lion King, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Aladdin, Mulan

          Dreamworks: Shrek 1 & 2, Kung Fu Panda 1 & 2, How t Train Your Dragon trilogy, The Prince of Egypt

          Pixar: Toy Story 1, 2, and 3, The Incredibles, Up

          Warner Bros: The Lego Movie, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, The Iron Giant

          Sony: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse

          Don Bluth: The Secret of Nimh


            I love Star Wars and Digimon, so for my top favorites i have to say the Star Wars The Clone Wars and Digimon movies.

            Also really loved Spider-man: Into The Spider-verse

            Ice-Age is a childhood favorite

            And a surprise favorite for me is Onward, i’m not the biggest Disney/Pixar fan, so i really wasn’t expecting to be crying my eyes out by the end of that movie

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            The End of Evangelion

            Wolf Children

            The Wind Rises

            Your Name

            Spirited Away

            Treasure Planet


            The Last Unicorn


            Titan AE. A good story and it takes advantage of being animated to be visually excellent, offering aliens that differ physically from humans and having an amazing opening sequence showing the destruction of Earth while the population flees into space.


            Heavy Metal



            Frozen 2013 Disney

            The Secret Life Of Pets 2016

            Little Mermaid Disney

            Space Jam 1996

            Beauty And The Beast 1991 Disney

            Aladdin 1992

            The Return Of Jafar 1994

            Scooby Doo Witch Ghost

            Scooby-Doo Wrestlemania Mystery

            Scooby-Doo Mark of The Blue Falcon

            Scooby-Doo Abracadabra Doo

            Scooby-Doo And The Samurai Sword

            Scooby-Doo And The Goblin King

            Scooby-Doo Pirates Ahoy

            Scooby-Doo In Where’s My Mummy?

            Scooby-Doo And The Loch Ness Monster

            Scooby-Doo And The Cyber Chase

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