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It doesn't matter how old you are to answer this question.

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I'd definitely have to say Yellow Submarine. Even though some might say it's just one giant acid trip, I think it's a pretty funny and clever movie; not to mention how well-animated it is for its time.

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I'm pretty partial to Up! Just a great movie

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I really liked ratatouille. mostly because of all the french stereotypes.

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I'd definitely have to say Yellow Submarine. Even though some might say it's just one giant acid trip, I think it's a pretty funny and clever movie; not to mention how well-animated it is for its time.

For pre-Pixar movies, yes that one wins.

I like Toy Story 2. Mostly for this scene:
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The Incredibles. One of the best animated action films in my opinion. Wish they would make a squeal.

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Cars is definitely top 3.. also the shreks were good

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Oh yeah, I love Ratatouille!


I don't know why, but I just hate Ratatouillie. I just do.
I don't really have any favorite animated movies.
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I guess my movie might be one of the old disney ones, like Snow White or Sleeping Beauty, or The Beauty and the Beast. All of the animated movies nowadays don't have nearly as much classical meaning as these movies do.

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Wish they would make a squeal.


They have to. Remember in the end, the mole people came? That leaves Pixar with the sequel right there.

'Castle In The Sky' is really good. My Asian friends showed me that, and it was really good. For Pixar films, either Toy Story, or Finding Nemo. Both are awesome, though I find Nemo to be more quotable:

'Just keep swimming, just keep swimming!'

'I shall call him squishy, and he shall be my squishy.'

'I can speak whale! Wrrroaoar, eeearrkk graaagrh.'

'Fish are friends, not food. Except steak and dolphins.'

'This really is a party! Look, balloons!'

'A sea cucumber walks up to an anemone. Well, he doesnt really walk, because everyone knows sea cucumbers can't walk. Anyways...'

Rather, Dori is more quotable. XD
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I don't know why, but I just hate Ratatouillie. I just do.

I think it dosen't have the deep themes like the other Pixar films do. There isn't really a message (ex. Toy Story = friendship)
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There isn't really a message (ex. Toy Story = friendship)


ratatouille is just as much about friendship as toy story is. the rat does all the cooking for the ginger, but the ginger ends up taking him for granted, so the rat feels betrayed and that the ginger doesnt value their friendship.
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The girl who lept trough time is a good animated movie imo. It seems underrated though.

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I think Pixar is in a league of it's own, so I'll pick a Pixar and a non-Pixar movie.

Toy Story 3 was the greatest Pixar movie in my humble opinion. Emotionally intense with good philosophical questions, and still funny.

Spirited Away was a good, if not great movie. Was not in the typical mold of Disney movies, so it was refreshing in that respect. Overall a great movie.

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Cars 2 was pretty good! But I remember the Scoobie Doo movies were also pretty awesome back in the day.
I don't watch too many animated movies, but Up was both emotional and captivating. It had a story behind it, and devoted love. I appreciate that.

So up!

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There isn't really a message (ex. Toy Story = friendship)

I'll expand on that: Toy Story involved jealousy, empathy, loss, forgiveness; A deeper, more developed friendship. Ratatouille was much thinner in that respect. What was the message (other than cooking)? Don't decieve the guy who spared your life?
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