Animated movies are something that everyone loves. No matter what age group you belong to animation will always attract you. Most of the animated movies available today are comedic genre and adds value to our lives. “Let it go” though is a song from Frozen where Elsa leaves behind her royal life in pursuit of finding her own self or the imagination of a Panda being a Kun-Fu master breaking the stereotype of someone fat not being fit has always had relativity with real life. Fantasy is also formed out of real life. Here are five best-animated movies that apply to everyone and is a must watch.
Inside Out (2015), directed by Pete Docter and produced by Pixar Productions is a movie that takes feelings to the next level. It represents emotions through pixie-like creatures that live in our brain namely, Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear, and Sadness. It is amusing to see how they control the mind of Railey (the protagonist). The story depicts the life of any 12-year-old kid and is very relatable. There are moments where you would start thinking “that this is me!”And jump out of your seat. This is surely a must watch.
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Polar Express (2004) is a 3D animated movie, directed by Robert Zemeckis based on 1984 children’s book of the same name by Chris Van Allsburg. It is a beautiful movie that makes you feel like celebrating Christmas at any point of the year. This story is about a boy who embarks an extraordinary journey to find out the reality of Santa Claus. This story shows that how believing your own self is what matters in the end. This surely must watch.
Up (2009) is a 3D animation; directed by Pete Docter is a beautiful love story. It has nothing more than a widowed husband trying to fulfill the dreams and aspirations of his dead wife. Even though the story is utterly simple still it won’t fail to make you fall in love with the characters and even might just make you cry.
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Toy Story 3
Toy Story 3 (2010) 3D animated movie, directed by Lee Unkrich is a third part of the series Toy Story. The whole movie revolves around toys which got thrown in the trash can by mistake. And this embarks the most crucial journey of their lives. The movie ends at the iconic climax where friendship is symbolized and became the symbol of friendship since then.
When people are fighting over races, caste, country or any such controversial matters then show the Finding Dory (2016), directed by Andrew Stanton. It is a beautiful movie that portrays how love is more powerful than anything and everything. No limits and boundaries stand barrier when you love someone. And friendship and love is the supreme reality.
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