Monday, June 19, 2017

Your Turn

Favorite animated movie

31 comments:

sandybrook said...

Don't do cartoons sorry. I don't like Pixar either.

tuga said...

Who Framed Roger Rabbit. See it every time i catch it on the tv.

Or Wall-E until the humans become important :)

Mjm said...

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Any of Ralph Bakshi's films

The Disney movies from their Renaissance: Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Lion King, Toy Story.

Phyllis Whitweed said...

The original Land Before Time.

david said...

I'm old school.
I like the old, old animated shorts.
The ones they used to show in movie theaters before the featured film. The ones before they were on TV all the time.
Bugs Bunny, Merry Melodies, Loonie Tunes, etc,

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

Dumbo. But then I've always had a thing for elephant ears. While all the other girls in my hometown went to the county fair hoping one of the football players would ask them to ride the Gerri's wheel, then hope they'd get felt up, I always waited in line for a dozen fresh hot elephant ears. At least I never had to go home to Ma and Pa Crowley explaining how I got knocked up and had to drop out of high school like so many of my classmates. Those elephant ears helped make me the successful career girl I am today!

Wildguess said...

I like good animation. VERY hard to come by these days... just a sea of garbage, from an artistic standpoint. Most early animation is good. Silly Symphonies. Dumbo (except for the crows), e.g., the rain scene. Last year's The Red Turtle was beautifully drawn.

zerooptions said...

Toss up between Fantasia and Heavy Metal

JustReading said...

Coraline. It's 3D stop-motion, though. So none.

AndrewBW said...

I have fond memories of dropping acid and going to see Fantasia at the old Ziegfeld Theater in New York many years ago.

hakunafrittata said...

American Pop

If you haven't seen it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Pop

8==D KermitGosnellKnobJob said...

South Park

8==D KermitGosnellKnobJob said...

And Beavis and ButtHead do America, both movies.

Salaam said...

Allegro Non Troppo and Fantasia

Sadie said...

Kubo and the Two Strings. It came out last year and should have won the Oscar. Incredibly sad but funny and charming too.

Megley said...

Over The Hedge

Jenn said...

Howl's Moving Castle

Irish princess said...

Wall-e!! Wallace and Gromit if that counts as animation!

Fairylights said...

Fantasia, 1 and 2!

shakey said...

Ralph Bakshi's Lord of the Rings had beautiful colours.

shakey said...

Heavy Metal.

Spankybamboo said...

Mary and Max

SnarkIsFun said...

Between Coraline and Shaun the Sheep.

Stacey said...

anything from Hayao Miyazaki

texasrose said...

Fritz the cat

Samantha said...

Since Fantasia (!) has already gotten so many unexpected votes, I will go with my other favorite, Disney's Robin Hood.

"Hiss! You're never around when I need you!"

Yaya said...

Any of the Miyazaki films. Spirited Away has a special place in my heart though bc it was the first one I saw. I wish more kids these days were exposed to Japanese animation...they're so superior to American cartoons

OKay said...

Aladdin

Phyllis Schaffley said...

Who knew elephant ears were the solution to America's teenage pregnancy crisis?

Macca said...

Second this

Renshaw said...

Never thought about them that way but if I had to pick, I go with Finding Nemo. I recently saw Anomalisa; a little sad.