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Top 10 animated movies you must watch


Top 10 animated movies you must watch

If you think animated movies are just for kids, then you would be proven wrong. There are many types of animated movies out there, covering various topics, which can be as serious or as silly as you want them to be. From a different world to outer space to amazing action sequences, you just have to watch it to see their visual appeal.

There are fans out there who swear by their favorite movies and there are some things that you just can’t miss out on while watching these animated films. From the premise to the animation to the character designs, these films have it all.

So, whatever you’re looking for, here is our list of 10 animated movies of all times that you need to watch!

Grave of the Fireflies (1988)
Director: Isao Takahata
Animation: Studio Ghibli
There are many war films out there but none would touch your heart as much as the ‘Grave of the fireflies. It tells the story of the war from the perspective of siblings Seita and Setsuko, who tries to survive with no shelter and food as their city is raided.

Spirited Away (2001)
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
Animation: Studio Ghibli
‘Spirited Away’ is a Japanese fantasy film about a young girl who enters the world of spirits and must find a way to free herself and her parents and return them to the human world. It is a pure expression of cinema, taking you to a place you can’t get to by other means.




Toy Story (1995)
Director: John Lasseter
Animation: Pixar
Toy Story tells the story of two lost toys trying to find their way home. The story sounds simple but it incorporates nostalgia, childhood wonder, and witty humor in a way that makes it fantastic.

The Lion King (1994)
Director: Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff
Animation: Disney
This movie is one that you must watch. It tells the story of Simba, a cub who has to leave the Pride Lands after his father Mufasa is murdered by his uncle, Scar, who returns and claims his throne. The story introduces heavier topics like death to kids and is one of the most popular films ever.

Wall-E (2008)
Director: Andrew Stanton
Animation: Pixar and Disney
‘Wall-E’ is a romantic comedy film about a solitary robot, Wall-E, cleaning up Earth which has become a Trash Planet. However, he falls for Eve, a robot sent by a human-inhabited starship to check if Earth is inhabitable. This story is about their love and how he pursues her across the galaxy.

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Director: Henry Selick
A cult classic, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas is a stop-motion horror musical that tells the story of the leader of Halloween Town, Jack Skellington, who discovers a portal to Christmas Town and decides to celebrate Christmas. This is a haunting twist on the Christmas miracle movies we usually see.

Bambi (1942)
Director: David Hand
Animation: Disney
The story of ‘Bambi’ follows a young fawn by the same name who is chosen to become the next prince of the forest like his father. While living in the forest, he learns about friendship, love, and how to protect his near and dear ones. The most memorable scene in the movie is when Bambi’s mother is gunned down by a hunter which will break your heart whenever you watch it.

The Iron Giant (1999)
Director: Brad Bird
Animation: Pixar
‘The Iron Giant’ is about a boy and his robot friend who have a grand adventure together until paranoid military personnel decides that the robot is dangerous. After which, the tale turns sad and will turn you into puddles of hiccuping sobs.

Up (2009)
Director: Pete Docter
Animation: Pixar
‘Up’ is a 2009 action comedy film about Carl, an old widower, who goes off on an adventure in his flying house to put his house on top of Paradise Falls, his late wife’s dream destination. The starting montage of Carl’s love story is better than anything you will ever see.

Coraline (2009)
Director: Henry Selick
‘Coraline is a stop-motion animated dark fantasy film. It follows the story of Coraline, an adventurous young girl who finds a secret doorway to another world in her new home. It is a well-crafted, psychological tale that starts off as a fairy tale but turns into a Twilight Zone horror soon.


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