Top Animated Movies

Animated movies are drawing an indiscernible separating boundary between the animation and reality. Animation has been widely used throughout the years, and it is indeed getting better every day. In fact, most of the animation applied into movies is too great, certainly worthy for your pennies.

Among the many best animated movies, Shrek, released in 2001 was one awesome film, winning the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. It was an American movie based on the fairy tale of Willian Steig’s book released in 1990. Commercially, it was truly successful and upon its release, it was named as the animated film that fascinated not only young youths but also adults and the elderly. The story lingers about Shrek, the green ogre who claimed that his life was massively intruded by the emergence of other fairytale beings hence coming up with the decision of leaving the swamp thus seeking Farquaad to return his solitude.

The Wall-E is also one of the awesome animated films. It was released in 2008 as a computer-animated science fiction that tells the story of the robot named to be Wall-E. The robot was specially developed to clean up the Earth covered in thrash, predicted to be scene occurring in the far future. It received nomination for Best Sound Mixing in the 81st Academy Awards and was elected also by Academy Awards for the Best Animated Feature.

Looking at several previous best animated movies, Disney did an impressive job during the early 1990s by releasing The Lion King. It made an incredible hit in the filming industry and till now, still remains as the strongest traditionally-animated movie ever released. In fact, the names used in the film – Scar, Mufasa and Simba – are now household names, a contribution from the popularity of the characters in the movie. However, nobody involved in the movie progress ever estimated that the characters would become the few most popular creations of Disney’s.

Nemo, being one of the greatest animated films involving the use of celebrity voices to help form the movie itself and make the film into something astounding and incredibly implausible. More often than not, celebrities are just performing their typical duties of using their voices yet regular voice-actions are put out of work. Nemo, however, applied a different system. No doubt, the glory went go Ellen DeGeneres and Albert Brooks as they gave audiences a wonderful vacation into the Nemo, filling in some laughter along the way. Albeit having tons of animated stories about the animal kingdom, the Nemo revolves around the ocean.