let's share your fav cartoon movies

let's share your fav cartoon movies
« on: Jun 16, 2019, 05:25 AM »
For me , ratatouille is the best cartoon movies ever for me
let's share your favorite and you can talk about it with me! :D

Re: let's share your fav cartoon movies
« Reply #1 on: Jun 16, 2019, 07:27 AM »
One of my all-time favorite movies, period, is Wall-E. As for other animated movies, Rango is also a great one.

I have a hard time coming up with any traditionally animated movies (cartoons), haven't seen many apart from the Disney ones.. Alladdin probably would be my favorite. Fritz the Cat is also worth a mention. Anyone have suggestions for non-3D animated movies to watch?

Oh.. and the Lego-movie!

Re: let's share your fav cartoon movies
« Reply #2 on: Jun 16, 2019, 11:11 AM »

Let's get into it.  Trailers provided wherever I find them

Movies I Liked When I was a Kid (and still do)
-My Neighbor Totoro (Fox dub)
-Beauty and the Beast
-A Goofy Movie
-The Prince of Egypt
-The Iron Giant
-Chicken Run
-The Road to El Dorado
-Lilo and Stitch
-Spirited Away
-Treasure Planet
-Finding Nemo

Movies I Found as a Teen that I Still Dig
-The Spongebob Squarepants Movie
-The Incredibles
-The Triplets of Belleville
-Kung Fu Panda
-Tokyo Godfathers

Movies I Found as an Adult
-Kung Fu Panda 2
-The Boy and the Beast
-Inside Out
-Ernest and Celestine
-The Book of Life
-Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
-My Little Pony
-The Incredibles II
-Spiderman Into the Spiderverse

I could keep building this list now, but I've been at this or over 2 hours, so this is it for now.

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Re: let's share your fav cartoon movies
« Reply #3 on: Jun 19, 2019, 12:20 AM »
      So, I would start off with the big famous ones and mention Wall-E and UP from Pixar.  Both are fine examples of cg animation with Wall-E having an entire first act, and most second act, almost entirely without dialogue and still able to tell its story through mostly visuals and characterization through pantomime.
     Then there's American Pop, one of Ralph Bakshi's later films, that serves as a tour through roughly a century of American music told through four generations of performers.  The rotoscope animation, while a bit rough sometimes, gives the film a unique look and plenty of character.
     Mary and Max is a stop motion animated film that will make you weep even more than Up can.  It tells the story of a young girl in Australia who becomes pen pals for over thirty years with a man with Asperger syndrome in New York. 
    Finally, for now, are Satoshi Kon's Paprika and Millennium Actress, both movies feature their own ways of delving into characters' minds.  They both sport otherworldly visuals with Paprika going more into the psychological thriller/action movie route and MA giving us a look into the life of an actress using her movies to show her life's story.


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