The Top Ten Best Animated Movies of All Time

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The Top Ten Best Animated Movies of All Time

Movies keep us jovial and get us laughing. These include even animation movies and other popular movies. Animated movies are not only for kids or adults but also for all people including old people because they can reduce stress and make our life more enjoyable. The following is a list of the top 10 best-animated movies of all time:

10. Toy Story 2

It is just a continuation of the hit Toy Story of 1995. However, in it, Andy is off at summer camp and therefore, the toys have some time alone to do as they please. Meanwhile, Woody, the Cowboy is no clue that in the years since his model went out of production, he has become a valuable and one-of-a-kind collector’s item.

9. WALL-E

It is a breathtaking movie on loneliness and the reassurance that every creature possesses an unchallengeable desire to be connected with someone else. The fantastic creatures in movies created by Pixar show a lot of affection. You can see WALL-E’s only desire is to live as he had seen in the musical. Just to be able to hold someone else’s hand.

8. The Incredibles

This is also another finest work by Pixar. It is not based on any preexisting book series but it captures everything that made all the superhero stories great among many people. The movie is more about a dysfunctional family with its members having some powers and less of superhero activities. They do good things with the members engaging in a final clash with the villain.

7. The Iron Giant

This movie by Brad Bird acted as his base for the creation of some of his most crazy stories in the animation industry. In the movie, Hogarth becomes friends with an alien robot during a time when there is a sounding of the Cold War by Sputnik. The story combines political scenery and Sci-Fi.

6. The Up

It is a combined effort from Disney and Pixar. The movie is comic and tells a story about a 78-year-old man Carl Fredricksen. He is a balloon salesman who has a lifelong dream. His dream is to tie as many balloons as possible to his house sot that he can fly to the wilds of South America. He manages to fulfil his dream but then realizes that he has a bigger nightmare by the name of Russell, an 8-year-old.

5. The Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Even though many people prefer to sit for a short while to watch an animated movie, this movie still remains exceptional. The movie brought many talented artists on board. It was not only recognized as a classic from the outset but also raised over $ 8,500,000 as the gross total.

4. Finding Nemo (2003)

It is a stunning adventurer’s movie underwater with heartfelt emotion, humour and amazing characters. It is about Marlin, a protective clownfish and his son Nemo. The two got separated in the Great Barrier Reef when Nemo happens to be taken from his home near the ocean and later finds himself inside a fish tank in a dentist’s office. The movie then shows the comic journey set by Marlin to find his son.

3. The LEGO Movie (2014)

There has never been any LEGO adventure like this one. It is an original 3D movie story showing Emmet, an ordinary, disciplined and perfect average LEGO. However, Emmit is mistaken to be a superhero with the ability to save the world. He is even forced to join strangers on a dangerous journey to stop an evil tyrant. The movie shows how the journey frustrates Emmit in a humorous and hopeless manner.

2. Ratatouille (2007)

It is a hilarious and adventurous movie where Remy, a rat dreams of becoming a reputable chef. This is despite his family’s wishes and the obvious challenge of being a rat and yet he wants to become a chef. However, fate takes Remy to Paris where he finds himself living just beneath a restaurant. The restaurant is famous because of Auguste Gusteau, who happens to be Remy’s hero. Despite the risks he faces as a rat in the kitchen and especially in a highly-renowned restaurant, Remy manages to find a friend. His friend, Linguini, is a garbage boy who becomes great friends with Remy before discovering Remy’s talents.

1. A Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

It is a movie by Tim Burton that has remained influential over time with re-releases and a 3D version. Actually, you can confirm the influence with the common branding of merchandise from cologne to belt buckles. It tells the story of Jack who has grown bored with the traditional way of celebrating Christmas and now want to show the world a different and improved Christmas celebration. However, in the end, he finally discovers the value of being real and ends up falling in love with Sally, a devoted rag doll.

 

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