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Initial post: 8 Jul 2014 14:21:01 BDT
What with the Disney film Frozen becoming the biggest grossing animated film of all time, i want to know what your favourite animated films are. Triditional hand drawn, CGI and/or Stop motion. Any country, any decade, family friendly or adults only, doesn't matter :)

Some of my favourites

The lion king
Toy story
Watership down
Kiki's delivery service
The fox and the hound
The nightmare before christmas
Wall E

Posted on 8 Jul 2014 14:40:18 BDT
How to Train Your Dragon
My Neighbour Totoro
Waltz With Bashir
the first 10 minutes of Up

Posted on 8 Jul 2014 15:32:20 BDT
Shazzerman says:
Grave of the Fireflies
Mary and Max
Pinocchio
Bambi
Waltz With Bashir
Howl's Moving Castle
The Triplettes of Belleville

Posted on 8 Jul 2014 17:01:52 BDT
Thor says:
WHAT???
Akira
Sky Blue
Ok not Manga
Brave
Despicable Me 2
Madagascar 1&2

Posted on 8 Jul 2014 17:08:44 BDT
Asian Sluts

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jul 2014 17:18:45 BDT
Thor says:
Not seen that one.

Posted on 8 Jul 2014 20:59:11 BDT
Cool World
Surfs Up
How To Train Your Dragon
Finding Nemo
Antz
Toy Story 1
Planet 51
Ghost In The Shell
Monsters v Aliens
The Pagemaster

Posted on 8 Jul 2014 21:05:50 BDT
Just remembered South Park Bigger,Longer,Uncut.

Posted on 9 Jul 2014 06:26:48 BDT
J.Yasimoto says:
Aladdin
Grave of the Fireflies
Jungle Book
Pinocchio
Princess Mononoke
Shrek
Spirited Away
Toy Story

Posted on 9 Jul 2014 11:30:58 BDT
kinjoking says:
pinnochio
the little mermaid
sleeping beauty (im still a man regardless)
Toy story trilogy
Aladdin
Finding nemo
Lion king
Robin hood
The sword in the stone

those are the main ones

Posted on 9 Jul 2014 12:20:06 BDT
Dumbo !!! Love that film so much. Black Cauldron & Alice in Wonderland prob next favourite Disney. Though add to that pretty much any other disney film :) I really REALLY cannot understand why Frozen gets raved about so much, I got so bored of it I turned it off after about 20 minutes. I tried to give it a chance, but the songs were bloody horrible and 3 plays of "Do you want to build a snowmaaaaan" in that first part and that was it. Off.
Pixar and Dreamworks, like nearly every animated thing they've each done.

Throw in a variety of anime & most of Studio Ghibli's works.

For (slightly) more grown-up animation, then Futurama's "Bender's Game" which I love as much as Dumbo. And quite liked the Family Guy take on Star Wars when I first saw them, but has been a while.
Resident Evil Degeneration and Damnation can get throw in too cos I am still a sucker for the Ressie films :D Final Fantasy VII Advent Children (attack of the game fandom again), which I prefer 100x over FF Spirits Within. And while on films of games, I will also add Dante's Inferno and the two Dead Space movies, Downfall (which I liked better) & Aftermath, to that.

There are no doubt a lot more.

Posted on 9 Jul 2014 12:24:44 BDT
Laputa
Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Posted on 9 Jul 2014 12:33:46 BDT
Chief

I see your tastes in animated films is the opposite of your taste in horror films.

It's old before new in regards to animation but new before old in regards to horror.

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 12:38:17 BDT
I think a lot of my animated films are quite new =P
And animated movies don't age as badly as live action ones imo - they're timeless. Though I guess to people who are proper cartoon buffs, they can probably watch an old animation and be like "Fnah that's so 1940s" lol

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 12:49:08 BDT
"And animated movies don't age as badly as live action ones imo - they're timeless."

Sorry Miss Barry norman. I do agree know :)

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 12:54:23 BDT
Who ?? xD

Posted on 9 Jul 2014 13:00:15 BDT
G. Hanks says:
I've really enjoyed every Ghibli film I've seen but Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle and Princess Monoke are at the top.

Akira and Ghost in the Shell are two of my all time favourite films (anime or otherwise.) Would throw in Streetfighter 2: The Animated Movie. It's not deep but certainly the best game to film adaption I've ever seen. Metropolis is also well worth checking out.

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 13:00:48 BDT
Last edited by the author on 9 Jul 2014 13:02:41 BDT
Bloody hell Chief, we are not that older than one another but you make me feel old saying that :O

Barry norman was bbc's chief(no pun) film critic for nearly 30 years or so untill 1999. Guess you have to be a film fan to know :)

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 13:08:13 BDT
Last edited by the author on 9 Jul 2014 13:09:15 BDT
kinjoking says:
advent children was a WTF film for me, i was onboard with it upto a point but when during the end sequence when all the characters started flying around the place swinging weapons that they would never be able to carry i just sighed.

why didnt they just do that during the beginning then it would ve been fine...

still need to open Resi Damnation, been sittting on my shelf for months now

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 13:11:26 BDT
I do have a soft spot for Spirited Away, I've got a perpetual calender (which they used to sell on here, but no more) that I found at a carboot for a quid when I lived in England. Was proper amazed to see it there, guy selling it had no idea what it was from :D

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 13:14:42 BDT
Might be a little leg pulling going on there Kev,I'm sure Chief knows full well who Barry Norman is,"and why not?"

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 13:14:58 BDT
Oh a film critic. Don't think I've ever read a review by a critic, don't tend to read reviews anyway as it's all just opinion at the end of the day. Never really seen the point in critics anyway, what's the deal "my opinion is better than anyone elses".

Posted on 9 Jul 2014 13:20:39 BDT
See Martin, she really didn't know who Barry norman is and i don't believe her, when she says she has never read a critics review =P

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 13:40:03 BDT
Last edited by the author on 9 Jul 2014 13:40:59 BDT
Ah well,you win some,you lose some,still hard to believe though,I was never much on critics either but Barry was something of a minor icon back then,he even had his own Spitting Image puppet back then as well as various other TV appearances,Morecambe and Wise "Nothin' Like A Dame" sketch involving several BBC presenters at the time for one.Also with only three or four TV channels to choose from,it would have been fairly difficult to not see him if only on trailer or preview adverts unless you were a hermit or a monk.

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Jul 2014 13:48:04 BDT
I used to stay up late during the school holidays just so i could catch Film(add the year) with Barry norman on a late monday night. Thats how sad a kid i was :)
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