Top 5 Animated Movies Of All Time

by on August 20, 2007
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Even if I grow up, I would never stop watching cartoons and animated movies :D . I’m a big fan of animated films and cartoons, and I still watch cartoons like Tom & Jerry, Dexter’s Lab etc.

By the way, I also did a post on top 5 fantasy movies. Don’t forget to read that too.

I have compiled a list of top 5 animated movies:

5. The Incredibles


Year of Release: 2004

Plot Outline: A family of undercover superheroes, while trying to live the quiet suburban life, are forced into action to save the world.

Worldwide Box Office:Over $631 Million (USD)

Fact: It’s a 152 minute long movie, and that makes it the longest animated film ever made.

4. Ice Age: The Meltdown

Year of Release: 2006

Plot Outline: Diego, Manny and Sid return in this sequel to the hit Ice Age. This time around the Ice Age is over and is starting to melt, which will destroy their valley. So they must unite and warn everyone about the situation.

Worldwide Box Office: $651 Million (USD)

3. The Lion King

Year of Release: 1994

Plot Outline: Tricked into thinking he killed his father, a guilt ridden lion cub flees into exile and abandons his identity as the future King.

Worldwide Box Office: $783 Million (USD) and still earning…

Fact: It has won 2 Oscars.

2. Finding Nemo

Year of Release: 2003

Plot Outline: A father-son underwater adventure featuring Nemo, a boy clownfish, stolen from his coral reef home. His timid father must then travel to Sydney, and search Sydney Harbour find Nemo.

Worldwide Box Office: $864 Million (USD)

Fact: It has won an Oscar.

1. Shrek 2

Year of Release: 2004

Plot Outline: Princess Fiona’s parents invite her and Shrek to dinner to celebrate her marriage. If only they knew the newlyweds were both ogres.

Worldwide Box Office: $920 Million (USD)

Fact: It was nominated for 2 Oscars, but sadly didn’t won any. But has won 13 other awards.

Well, these animated movies were what I think should be at top 5. I would also like to see what you think top 5 should be. Do give you views below in the comments. I’ll be waiting for them… :)

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  • Wow! that has to be my fav. topic..cartoons :D

  • I love Incredibles and Shrek .

  • BAVIS

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  • awsome list! I didn’t really like the incredibles as much but still a good movie!

  • Lion King and The Incredibles are my favorite :D

  • The Incredables was a great movie – but what about Akira?

  • Lion King is my favorite too. I listed the animated movies according to their worldwide box office earning, so I had to put Shrek 2 in the first place.

    @Saman: Well, I never heard of Akira. I read aboutit on imDB, and I think I should give it a watch. Anyways, thanks for telling.

  • Wow, you’ve never seen it?!

    It’s a great Anime – just remember that it was made in 1988, so the animation isn’t anything like you’re used to now, but the story is killer!

    Akira probably the most famous anime!

  • Well, I guess then it’s a must watch :D . I’ll watch it after my exams get over. :(

  • Nice post bro !! … i love Shrek n Incredibles :D !!

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  • if you consider japanese anime as cartoons too, you missed inserting miyazaki’s work here. :D

  • Shrek > Shrek 2. Donkey was really hilarious in the first instalment. By the time Shrek 2 came around, he was becoming a tad irritating.

  • I love the incredible one. They are my fav after Shrek. :D

  • Mike

    Ice Age 2, really? I wouldn’t put either of the Ice Age movies in my top 5, though they’re pretty funny (especially the first one).

    Incredibles was excellent, but I think easily Ratatouille beats out some of the others, it would be in my top 3. Someone else mentioned Miyazaki’s work, which I’d strongly recommend you check into — Princess Mononoke would probably be the flagship movie of his, though his works are so numerous (and so spread out over the last ~20 years) it’s hard to pin it down to just one to use on a top-5 list.

  • jezza

    You can't beat a bit of CGI Animation.

    Anybody could do hand drawn animation as all you need is a camera, some paper and some pens/pencils to draw with.

    Anybody could do stop motion as all you need is a camera, and some 3d props

  • Styxx

    I'm surprised that you didn't include any of Hayao Miyazaki' s films. “My Neighbor Totoro” or “Kiki's Delivery Service” are two of at least half a dozen of his films that could rightly belong on that list.

    We are in an era where there is a plethora of wonderful animation being produced. Making a top 5 list is impossible to do justly. There are just so many that are deserving. Still, Miyazaki is special.