Top 10 Animated Movies with a Lower Budget Than Foodfight!

phillysports
Anybody who knows anything about animated movies knows about the 2012 disaster known as Foodfight! It was a horrifically bad animated film that took over a decade to produce. What a lot of people don't know about that movie, however, is that several reports claim that SIXTY FIVE MILLION DOLLARS went into its production. Imagine all the good that could have been down with that $65 million. All the charities it could of gone to. All the people that could have been helped. The least they could have done was make a decent movie out of it. This is a list of films that had less money to work with than the creators of Foodfight! and managed to do something great with it as opposed to the $65 million dollar mess we received in 2012.

The Top Ten

1 Toy Story ($30 million)

It makes sense that Toy Story is number one, especially considering that it was the film that the producers of "Foodfight" wanted to make. They not only missed the mark in terms of quality, they also missed it in terms of time and budget. - Gg2000

Toy Story's animation didn't age well, and it still looks better than Foodfight's poor excuse for animation. - Cartoonfan202

2 The Lion King ($45 million)

Oh you Lion King hater. This IS a good movie. (Just like everything else on this list(not foodfight though))

This movie still sucked as much as Foodfight! did.

3 Aladdin ($28 million)
4 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ($1.4 million)

Who knew Masterpieces like Snow White and toy story would have a budget lower than the abomination Foodfight!

5 Beauty and the Beast ($25 million)
6 The Little Mermaid ($40 million)
7 Pinocchio ($2.6 million)
8 Fantasia ($2.3 million)

1,000,000,000 times better than stupid FoodFight!

Oswego Carters, Fisney1994 and thiti2000 should hang themselves for giving this complete work of art a pass.

9 Bambi ($1.7 million)
10 Cinderella ($2.9 million)

The Contenders

11 Spirited Away ($15–19 Million)
12 A Bug’s Life ($45 Million)
BAdd New Item
P