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Name 3 best animated films !!!!!

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4th August 2006 0:08  #1

£ukasz D Member Join Date: August 2005 Location: Poland Posts: 859 Send a message via Skype to £ukasz D
Name 3 best animated films !!!!!
Name 3 best (in your opinion) animated movies..and write short comment why this one ??

4th August 2006 2:52  #2

Manda of Mu Member Join Date: June 2006 Location: United States Posts: 458
Anything Miyazaki has done because he is the lord of animated films.

4th August 2006 2:53  #3

Tony DeFrancisco Senior Member Join Date: July 2005 Location: United States Posts: 2,652
1. Incredibles, and most by Pixar (excluding Finding Nemo)
2. South Park: The Movie
3. Wallace and Gromit

Runners up:

Doogal... yes I like this movie.
Chicken Little, read above
Team America
Ultimate Avengers (like this one, you should definately check out the sequel)
Howl's Moving Castle

4th August 2006 3:32  #4

ashxking Member Join Date: December 2005 Location: United States Posts: 20
Heavy Metal is my number one

4th August 2006 5:35  #5

Cheddar J. Cheese Member Join Date: October 2004 Location: Canada Posts: 1,492
Pixar
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Shrek (1 and 2)
Nightmare Before Christmas

4th August 2006 11:21  #6

£ukasz D Member Join Date: August 2005 Location: Poland Posts: 859 Send a message via Skype to £ukasz D
mine are:
-Incredibles (best of Pixar)
-Corpse Bride
-Chicken Run

4th August 2006 11:36  #7

stuart bannerman Member Join Date: July 2005 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 139
Finding Nemo.
Spirited Away.
Beauty and The Best(Disney

4th August 2006 13:37  #8

Stephen Etherton Member Join Date: October 2003 Location: United States Posts: 706
1. Fire and Ice
2. [Insert Pixar Title]
3. [Insert add'l Pixar Title]

4th August 2006 18:02  #9

Peter Member Join Date: September 2004 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 89 Send a message via ICQ to Peter
Toy Story 2
South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut
The Lion King

4th August 2006 18:26  #10

RodRescueman Member Join Date: July 2006 Location: United States Posts: 10
1. Twice Upon a Time
2. Something by Bill Plympton
3. Something by Miyazaki

4th August 2006 19:28  #11

KeeneNH Member Join Date: July 2006 Location: United States Posts: 11
[going by actual animation, not storyline]
Cars, Finding Nemo, Hunchback of Notre Dame.....I dunno..I didn't think long enough. lol

4th August 2006 19:54  #12

Worst Nightmare Senior Member Join Date: July 2002 Location: Australia Posts: 6,704 Send a message via AIM to Worst Nightmare Send a message via ICQ to Worst Nightmare Send a message via MSN to Worst Nightmare Send a message via Yahoo to Worst Nightmare Send a message via Google to Worst Nightmare
Ghost in the Shell
Akira
Lion King

4th August 2006 19:57  #13

Nic Mall Member Join Date: November 2005 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 1,202 Send a message via MSN to Nic Mall
Beauty and the Beast
Finding Nemo
Aladdin

4th August 2006 23:13  #14

£ukasz D Member Join Date: August 2005 Location: Poland Posts: 859 Send a message via Skype to £ukasz D
right...how could I forget about GHOST IN THE SHELL...classic Happy

4th August 2006 23:45  #15

Darren Russell Member Join Date: June 2004 Location: United States Posts: 208
My choices are as follows, but not in this particular order:

Beauty & The Beast
The Lion King
Aladdin

The Runners Up are:

Toy Story
Finding Nemo
The Fox & The Hound

One question though, do computer animated films count? If not I have to revise a bit. LOL

5th August 2006 2:54  #16

£ukasz D Member Join Date: August 2005 Location: Poland Posts: 859 Send a message via Skype to £ukasz D
Darren Russell wrote:

One question though, do computer animated films count? If not I have to revise a bit. LOL

they do...but it is nothing like the good old-school pupet animation that makes the art of animation...like a powerful Corpse Bride

5th August 2006 15:02  #17

Tigerclaw Member Join Date: November 2005 Location: Canada Posts: 493 Send a message via MSN to Tigerclaw
Appleseed - Limited Collector's Edition (2004)
Ninja Scroll
Ghost in the Shell

Japanese animation are the best.  I'm not into Pixar films.

5th August 2006 18:17  #18

Intergalactic Ponce Member Join Date: April 2005 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 1,149
Les Triplettes de Belleville.

This was far superior to Spirited Away or Howl's as each frame is animated as opposed to every other. I've never been that impressed with Studio Ghibli stuff. Highly overrated. IMO of course. And before the tirade of objection and abuse start, Japanimation just isn't my cup of tea but I understand that it is for a lot of people. Japanese animation houses are big business and they have to keep cranking out the films which is why they cut corners by only animating every other frame. I just find that in terms of fine, detailed and fluid animation, this technique falls somewhat short of what I would consider great animation.

5th August 2006 19:18  #19

Tigerclaw Member Join Date: November 2005 Location: Canada Posts: 493 Send a message via MSN to Tigerclaw
Intergalactic Ponce wrote: Les Triplettes de Belleville.

This was far superior to Spirited Away or Howl's as each frame is animated as opposed to every other. I've never been that impressed with Studio Ghibli stuff. Highly overrated. IMO of course. And before the tirade of objection and abuse start, Japanimation just isn't my cup of tea but I understand that it is for a lot of people. Japanese animation houses are big business and they have to keep cranking out the films which is why they cut corners by only animating every other frame. I just find that in terms of fine, detailed and fluid animation, this technique falls somewhat short of what I would consider great animation.


It's an art-house movie. One that is stunningly unique, obsessive, silly, childish in an adult way and cuddly without being warm. It's somehow too far-fetched for me to dive into a genre I have not yet acquired a taste for.  Certainly might appeal to some who relish such an unconventional and difficult to label work. Yet, I somehow felt left out of this party and have to take a pass on the film.

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