Gone are the days when animated movies were considered to be only for children, as the in past few years we have seen some spectacular animated movies that are better than most live-action movies. The 2010s was a fabulous time for animated movies as we got some of our favorite movies.
#10: The Tale of The Princess Kaguya (2013)
This movie is very emotional and it will move you deeply. It is based on a 10th Century Japanese folklore and like all the other Studio Ghibli movies, it is beautiful. The story is wonderfully expressed by the hand-drawn animation and it has extremely sad moments. The movie is very unique it is filled with passion.
#9: Kubo and the Two Strings (2016)
Kubo and the Two Strings is a magical and grand experience that you can never forget. Charlize Theron’s addition to the movie was a masterstroke as she is the highlight of the movie. The story is very complex and it handles many adult themes masterfully. In a world full of rehashed stories, Kubo and the Two Strings is a fresh breath of air.
#8: Isle of Dogs (2018)
Directed by the Visionary Wes Anderson, Isle of Dogs packs a lot of star power. The movie has a very distinct style that can be considered as a mix of the traditional and the modern animation style. As the name suggests, the movie is about dogs and it takes a very stylish and artsy approach but the script of the movie is the ultimate hero.
#7: Zootopia (2016)
Zootopia is one of the best Disney movies of all time as the characters in this movie are just awesome. The movie tackles many social issues in a very fun way and without being too political. The lead character Judy Hopps is inspirational and lovable and she is the highlight of the movie.
#6: Inside Out (2015)
Inside Out is a rare movie that is loved by both the adults as well as the kids. Pixar is a master when it comes to animation and Inside Out is another work of art from the beloved studio. Inside Out displays all the complex emotions of a human being in a humorous way which is not at all an easy feat to pull off.
#5: How To Train Your Dragon Trilogy (2010-2019)
One of the best trilogies created in recent times, How To Train Your Dragon trilogy is a gift that keeps on giving. Each movie is better than the other and it has one of the best animations you will ever see. The trilogy is about friendship, love, courage and so much more and it will inspire you in ways you cannot even imagine.
#4: Your Name (2016)
Your Name is a once in a lifetime movie and it tells a beautifully heartwarming story. The Japanese are masters when it comes to storytelling and this movie proves it. This movie will stay with you forever and it deserves all the praise. The animation in the movie is gorgeous and it sets the standard for being creative.
#3: Coco (2017)
Coco will give you the most in-depth story you will ever see in an animated movie. We all love Pixar so much and at this point, it seems unbelievable to still see them one-up themselves. Coco is the perfect blend of an emotional story and amazing music. The movie is a pure delight and it deserves all of your time and love.
#2: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (2018)
Into the Spider-Verse is one of the best comic-book movies of all time and it is better than the majority of live-action comic book movies. It is visually stunning and full of diverse colors. The animation is stylish and it does not get any better than this. If you still haven’t watched this then you are missing out on a lot of awesomeness.
#1: Toy Story 3 (2010)
When it comes to animated movies, Pixar is the undisputed king thanks to movies like Toy Story 3. The First two movies were awesome and no one expected much from this movie as it came after a long time but the fans were absolutely blown away by this movie. Pixar was able to make adults cry over toys once again.
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