Top Ten Best Animated Movies of 2020Somehow, this list hasn't already been made yet. Oh well, there's no time like the present. Vote for the Top Ten Animated Movies of 2020 YOU think deserve a high spot on this list...
It's a shame this wasn't released in theatres, because Soul had the potential to be a big box office hit... Bonus points for it also being the most mature film Pixar has ever made beside The Incredibles and Up.
It was such a good movie. They're are a lot of life lessons and it was just fantastic
I really liked this movie. Its animation is amazing.
This was an insanely decent film. Not the best by Pixar, but very good
Tom Holland and Chris Pratt join together as two elf brothers on a quest to bring their dead dad back to life. Mixing fantasy with a modern setting was an interesting choice, but I'm not really that into it.
I love this movie
Beautiful animation with a likeable cast of interesting characters.
Oh yes, we're really going here. Forgot the likes of well-known mainstream films like Soul and Onward. What really makes Wolfwalkers stand out over all the others films here besides the compelling three-dimensional characters, the complex intricate story, and the perfectly chosen voice cast, is the beautiful hand-crafted, traditional style animation. In 2020 no less. This film is a masterpiece, and in my opinion, it definitely deserves the number one spot. And if you don't want to take my word for it, just check it out on YouTube for yourself. Prepare to be blown away...
Meh. Could have been better. It's not terrible by any means, but still could have been better. I still respect it enough to include it in my top ten. Bonus points for Dick Dastardly of all people being the main antagonist of the film. What a twist. Never expected that.
It was good. I think that it can improve.
One of the better few Phineas and Ferb movies. If you're a fan of the series, I'd recommend giving this one a quick watch.
Better than expected. In fact, I might even say it's better than the original. Maybe.
Disappeared dads, political prison camps, North Korea. Oh yeah, it's one of THOSE animated movies. Despite the less than stellar animation, the harsh realism makes it a more than interesting watch.
Serves as the series finale for the 2015 Cartoon Network series, We Bare Bears. Despite being just as whimsical and witty as to be expected, it still isn't afraid to tackle a few darker and mature themes...