Top 10 Best Dreamworks Animation Movies

DreamWorks Animation LLC is an American animation studio founded in 1994. It has produced a variety of successful animated films for the past few decades.
The Top Ten
1 Shrek

I liked How to Train Your Dragon fine, however I'm a bit surprised Shrek did not make it's way up to number 1. Generally I dislike DreamWorks animated movies because the humor seemed more oriented at kids rather than making it fun for all age groups. Granted, these movies are geared toward children, but it's a much better experience when both the children and the adults enjoy the experience. Shrek manages not only to captivate both children and adults alike, it's one of the best animated movies period. The characters are humorous and well voiced, the plot is clever and is not gloated with extreme slap-stick humor (sometimes there is some here and there, but it's done appropriately) and just has a charming feel, especially with all the fairy tail characters (my personal favorite, the ginger bread man). Definitely an awesome movie and deserves the prestigious of number 1.

Forget How to Train Your Dragon! This was the movie that made Dreamworks the studio it is today! I really love just about everything in this movie. From the characters, to the animation, to the storyline, to the humor (I love how this movie balances adult jokes and kids jokes), and the voice acting (Mike Myers is badass as Shrek). Even with toilet humor, it worked for the most part and wasn't overused or unnecessary like in modern Nickelodeon shows. I also loved watching Shrek, Donkey, and Fiona, who all may've started off not liking each other, later becoming best friends and Shrek marrying Fiona. Lord Farquad is also a great villain hands down. Overall Shrek should be #1 instead of How to Train Your Dragon. How to Train Your Dragon may be a great movie, but it's also kinda overrated and not as funny as Shrek in my opinion.

Love it... Simply the most heart warming story ever! The characters all have something special which will make you love each and everyone of them! Princess Fiona teaches younger girls who want to be a beautiful princess when they grow up, to not only be ho you want to be, but also be strong and not just a pretty face.

I think this movie is the best one in the whole entire world! I watched this movie 55 times one day and it still made me laugh :D... I think donkey is funny cause he likes to annoy Shrek and I think is hilarious... I used to own this movie but the DVD broke but I still watch this movie on youtube and I still laugh at this movie... I am like 18 years old and I still think this movie is entertaining! THIS MOVIE ROCKS!

2 How to Train Your Dragon

For me, the characteristic marks of a great movie is one you won't regret paying to watch, one that you would be happy to see multiple times, and one that you would never forget. This is one of those movies.

It became my favorite movie of all time the first time I watched it. It actually has good humor, action, non-cheesy heartwarming scenes, and there are no boring parts to boot (which can often make a movie almost unbearable sometimes).

There really needs to be more movies out there that are as imaginative as this one. It just reminds me of what movies used to be like before they started feeding off each other's stagnant ideas.

I am very proud of a boy in Berk, Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III. Because with his courage, he managed to train a dragon by himself without the help of anyone. The dragon he trained was Toothless (Night Fury) even made Toothless his best friend. Because of Hiccup's persistence, he was able to defeat a large dragon called Red Death even though eventually one of Hiccup's legs had to use a prosthetic leg because one of his legs was burned by fire before Toothless saved him. However, Stoick, Hiccup's father, was very proud of him because he could defeat Red Death to save Berk's village. Since then, Toothless and Hiccup have a very good and strong friendly relationship.

Wow... Just wow... This movie is fantastic. It absolutely blew me away the first time in 3D in the cinemas and still does every other time I watch it. The movie is based on the book by Cressida Cowell and this is the first time I'm ever going to say this but, the film is better than the book. The characters are so relatable and you just feel like your in the movie every time you watch it. The title may fool you at first, but please don't let it. The whole script of the movie is just amazing and the voices just fit the characters perfectly. It is very, very detailed and I don't just mean the dragons and characters, I mean everything in it. Everything from the scenery to the dragons scales are just perfect. And the animation and graphics just... Wow. It is one of the best animated movies of all time and it definitely exceeded my expectations of it when I was dragged to see it with my friend. I thought I wouldn't like it. I was totally and completely wrong. It is perfect in every way and ...more

This film is by far the most amazing animation movie I have ever seen in my life. A lot of people are getting misleaded by the title, but as they say: don't judge a book by its cover! The story plot was fantastic and very creative, and it was as if you were actually there, sitting on a dragon and flying. The soundtracks were fantastic, and brought more atmosphere into the film. The characters themselves were very funny and unique in their own way and the graphics were fabulous! Not only was it so humorous, but it also had some deep, upsetting moments in it too. The relationship between the main character, Hiccup, and the dragon, Toothless, was very strong and also surprisingly taught you a lot about friendship. It was also lovely how Dreamworks added some romance into this animation between Hiccup and Astrid. The islands were amazing and looked stunning in 3D, and the action was 10 out of 10. Every single detail of this animation was fantastic, and I am pretty sure the sequel will be ...more

3 Kung Fu Panda

This is my favorite DreamWorks movie. The story is great, the characters were well-developed, and it had a powerful score. I also love animals. This is one of my favorite movies of all time. They seem like they created their own little world by developing every little detail.

The animation must have been a very difficult thing to pull of but it was great. The characters look so cuddly and soft. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a movie that is funny and has a lot of emotional depth.

My favorite franchise in the Dreamworks. It truly shows that even the greatest warriors can come from humble beginnings. The first movie shows Po learning from two of the greatest masters to keep an evil Kung Fu warrior from misusing the power of the Dragon Scroll. The second movie featured an evil peacock that sought to end Kung Fu and begin a technological revolution, and we finally get some insight as to how Mr. Ping got Po as a son. The moment Po first saw Shen's symbol, he flashed back to his mother right before she was killed in cold blood, and when we learned that Po was the last of his kind, it hit us in the feels when we learned Shen was responsible for it. Until that last scene revealed he wasn't the last of his kind, and his father was still alive. Though, a fourth film would be the perfect opportunity for Tai Lung to return. Kai told Oogway that he had taken the chi of all of the Kung Fu Masters in the Spirit World, so who's to say he didn't at least run into Tai Lung ...more

Although I still believe that How to Train Your Dragon is by far the best Dreamworks movie, I still rather enjoyed Kung Fu Panda. The plot was unique and the underlying message was amazing. "There is no secret ingredient" was one of the most original themes ever, and the voice acting was also awesome. Kung Fu Panda is, in one word, awesome.

This movie is amazing with all of the difficult fight scenes. The characters are cute for kids and their are things in the movie for adults too. The movie also has a wonderful lesson in it about loving yourself. All of these movies are great but this one has the most ranging in emotions from comedy, to saddness, to anger, to happiness. This movie is the best Dreamworks film I have seen.

4 Shrek 2

This movie is so amazing. The original was genius, and this one was better. Up there with Beauty and the Beast, Finding Nemo, Toy Story, and Aladdin as one of the best animated movies of all time. This deserves #1!

Even better than the first, here's when the series was good! This is probably my favorite sequel ever made, and in my opinion one of the top five best Dreamworks movies!

In my opinion, this one is far better than the first Shrek movie. The jokes are funnier and the plot is a very clever twist on the world of fairy tales.

This move sucks. Princess Fiona turns into a big fat ugly stinky ogre, and chooses to stay like that. It's sick and puke worthy for most.

5 Megamind

This movie was great at breaking stereotypical troups and cliches used in many other movies, namely superhero movies. The character dynamic definitely isn't the stereotypical black and white superhero and villain, it even goes beyond being in the usual greyzone; the characters go through change for better or for worse, therein changing their "grey scale," if that makes sense to you. The way this movie avoids all those usual troups used in other superhero movies makes it unique and standout completely from those others.

I'm actually watching "Megamind" while writing this. "Megamind" is one of my favorite films of all time. It has a great story, great characters, and great humor. I love every second of this film. Not as good as films like Peter Jackson's "King Kong" and "Toy Story 4" (my favorite film of all time), but still a fantastic movie.

When we watch movies we usually root for the good guys, but here the villain is the far better character. The hero is a rather arrogant guy who's really full of himself whereas Megamind is far more intelectual (except he really isn't).
Charming and personable, a plot which twists and turns and being very funny Megamind is an absolute must watch.

Megamind is so funny but I don't like Metro-Man for the first time because he is a total dick to Megamind I mean he's a show off and mean to him. Megamind is cute as a baby but Metro-Man hates him. He tortures him when he was a kid. It's his fault he's a villain because Megamind was gonna go to a happy home and you just knock him to jail.

6 Kung Fu Panda 2

In a rare turn of events, Dreamworks got something to, well, work. In an even rarer turn of events, this sequel managed to surpass the original in terms of quality. It packs a lot more development for Poe and plenty of fast, fun combat. While this movie takes a more serious approach than it's younger brother, the comedy of the original is still present and most of it is pretty funny. It looks better, sounds better, and is written better than the first. The only way the original surpasses this one is in the sound department. A must see for all who enjoyed the first installment, and it is my favorite Dreamworks movie thus far.

Most sequels don't live up to the original, and even less surpass it. But this is a very rare case where the sequel actually SURPASSED the original. Why? To put it bluntly, the story is much better. It gets deeper into the protagonist's past, and allows more character development. The villain is so much better, so much evil and much more developed than the one in the original movie. And here, the story is darker and more serious, while at the same time maintains the same goofy humor we loved so much about the first movie. The verdict? See this movie at once. Even if you haven't seen the original, you won't be missing much, and even though Dreamwork's can go downhill with sequels like what happened to the Shrek movies, Kung Fu Panda is the exception.

Kungfu panda 2 has everything needed for an all round movie for kids and adults.

Apart from the beautiful animation and lore; the film draws in a complexity that adults can appreciate which children can also keep up with.

The storyline and character development is far more superior to the original. With additional characters added in to create a much more epic awesomeness, that Poh must adapt to as his role as the dragon warrior. All of this whilst battling his own demons to find his own self worth far exceeds that of a dragon warrior.

But last but not least; the fighting scenes were amazing!

I was cruel to this movie. Not putting on my most recent list was criminal. This movie is amazing. One of the best sequels I have ever seen. It works as an action movie and a comedy. It establishes some phenomenal character interactions, has phenomenal action and emotionally gripping moments. Po is one of the best cartoon characters. The franchise is incredible as a whole. A true miracle that the first one turned out the way it did. A true movie you have to see to believe, this is folks.

7 Madagascar

Oh gosh, this movie is awful going back. The animation is nauseatingly bad, the story is equally as bad AND boring, the characters aren't interesting, and the vast majority of the humor is pretty lame. The only reason I can fathom this movie making any top ten list is via pure, unfiltered nostalgia.

How is Kung foo panda on here!?! Maybe the first but definitely not the second. Madagascar deserves to be 1 or 2. Like why is Mega Mind on this? Flushed away is better then that.

I love this movie! It was one of my favorites as a kid and is one of my favorites now. I watched this over and over and OVER again and is still my favorite animated movie.

I love it, It has some of the most quotable lines, "Maurice you did not raise you hand, there for your hideous comment will be erase from the records". "Private probably wont survive, (click)"

8 Rise of the Guardians

What really makes a movie great is the characters it has, in my understanding of what movie fans have said before, and this movie nailed that aspect the best. Each character, or "guardian" in this case, has so much depth and complexity to them. You could make a great movie about each individual character, I'm sure. I like how each character (guardian) had a huge, significant role in the story, the movie wouldn't have been complete without each one, all while having their own special thing going on as well. That builds up an amazing overall movie and that is why I think this may just be the best Dreamworks film yet (although that is hard to say, because I really like most of Dreamwork's movies and had a hard time deciding).

I was looking around for a movie to watch recently and I came across this. I had heard great things about it but never bothered to actually sit down and watch it. So I gave it a try. Why did I not watch this movie for so long? It was great! I thought the story was good and it gives you another look on people like the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny. Also, the villain is cool and I thought Jack Frost was a really likeable lead. I recommend this movie to all audiences, as I think it's something children can enjoy but it's not too childish for adults either.

This is probably my favorite Dreamworks film because while it has fun and playful humor it also knows when to be more serious and dark. Plus the animation is very well done (even for Dreamworks standards) and the story obviously was given a lot of effort as well. I don't get why it's number six though. It has aspects that can be applied to both children and adults and is well-balanced between funny and serious. While Shrek does have a fair amount of decency to it, the jokes still can be a little bit too adult for young children. Then with Kung Fu Panda it does have some seriousness but it seems to be more fun and games for the younger ones. The same goes for Madagascar (sort of). Then with How to Train Your Dragon it does have more of a Guardians (ish) feel to it but I don't know the plot didn't really seem like me and in the beginning Hiccup is kind of a whiny brat or is it just in my head? Either way my vote goes to this one.

I can't believe how underrated this movie is. This one is my favorite one. It has an awesome cast, the visal effects are mesmerizing, I mean, Sandman? The ice? The fairies' feathers?
The story is touching. Regardless of having believed in these "guardians", chances are they remind you of good times from your chilhood.
Jack Frost is a well built up and designed character. His not knowing what his place in the world is, and not being believed in, makes you fall in love with the character, and his backgroung is such a pure one. Loved it!

9 How to Train Your Dragon 2

While I do believe that the first How to Train You Dragon is a little bit better, this is still one of the worthiest sequels I have ever seen. Like some critics have said, this is the Empire Strikes Back of animated movies. Deeper story, wider world, and shocking twists, not to mention a much darker, mature plot. If you thought the trailer gave a major spoiler, watch this movie and see that wasn't even half of it. John Powell returns to compose the soundtrack, and it is as gorgeous as ever, dare I say it's better than the first movie at certain points? And the animation is top notch, just like with it's prequel. Flaws? Some of the major characters are given lesser screen time, especially the other teens. Plus the movie is a bit too fast paced, so some people may have to see it twice to truly appreciate it. And the main villain is a bit too generic. But asides that, it's a movie that must not be missed, whether you love animation or not.

Okay, I am SHOCKED that this movie isn't in the top 5. Its great that How to train your dragon is the best dreamworks film, but how to train your dragon 2 doesn't deserve to be all the way down here. VOTE people! This film was so strong that it made half the people watching it CRY (including me). It was amazing to see all the characters in their 19, 20's. A big shock was how the teens' appearances changed, and how they turned into young adults. I found it really interesting when new dragons were introduced, especially the Bewilderbeast and Cloudjumper. The graphics were the best I have ever seen out of all animations and the soundtracks were so good that I could listen to them all day. The sequel did not let us down, just like Dreamworks had promised. Really, this film was so breathtaking that the whole time you could feel shivers all over your body. Vote for How To Train Your Dragon 2! And if you haven't seen it, then make sure you do!

I must say I never expected a sequel so good. The first How to Train Your Dragon was a masterpiece, but the way this story get's straight to the point, the coming of age, and let's not forget the amount of darkness and emotion when compared to the original is just simply amazing how this movie pulled it off. It managed to top the original in many aspects. The score was brilliant as always thanks to John Powell, and while most would be worried on how a sequel would live up the already brilliant original film, this second part delivers big time. Highly recommended.

Better than the original (though both films are incredibly near and dear to my heart)! I tend to enjoy this film a bit more because of the overall grander scope of it. The dragon riders visit so many incredible locales like the expansive frozen ocean, the massive icy dragon nest, the wonderfully detailed village of Berk, etc. Also, I adore the new dragons! The Bewilderbeasts are epic and dizzyingly gigantic in contrast to our heroes. And one more thing: the aerial scenes in this movie, in my opinion, are even more spectacular then they were in the first movie! That first bit of the movie with Hiccup and Toothless having fun away from Berk is so awesome. You've gotta love it.
I just cannot believe that this movie isn't in the top ten AT ALL. What is wrong with you people? Have you no taste? If I had my way it would be #1.

10 The Prince of Egypt

It's the PRINCE OF EGYPT, what is there to really say. The animation is a stellar mix of 2d & 3d that still holds up, The soundtrack is great, I listen to "Playing With The Big Boys" All the time. The Story is a beautiful retelling of the story of Moses, All the way up to…what I might say is one of the greatest scenes of entertainment history. The parting of the Red Sea. This is one of the greatest achievements in film history. Enough said, end scene - Stakamakataka

I'm sorry but let me just say that this beautiful masterpiece is painfully underrated. Films like Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and How To Train Your Dragon are really good and some big landmarks for Dream Works but this was by FAR their greatest achievment. It is phenominal and literally everything is done right, and so well. Its almost 100% flawless in my opinion. I'm not a super religious person but this retelling was beautiful and definitely better than all of Disney's retellings of the classic fairy tales COMBINED. I can't believe it only made a revenue of 200 million, it deserved all of the world's attention

This is a masterpiece! It's literally the best DreamWorks movie EVER!
It's also one of the best animated movies ever made!
The soundtrack gives me goosebumps every time.

I loved this movie! I was never a very religious person, but even from a non-religious standpoint, this movie holds up as one of Dreamworks's finest. The story, the visuals, the voices, the music, all make this one of the most memorable animated movies I have seen. Despite my atheism, this picture still holds a place in my heart, and hopefully will continue to inspire generations to come

The Contenders
11 Over the Hedge

I love this movie's soundtrack! I love how it isn't like most family movies where they just pull out cheesy, dated rap music, but they actually have sweet, catchy, and calm songs that you'll never get tired of listening to. I don't know a single movie where I like ALL the songs on the soundtrack. Whenever I hear any of the songs, I get a huge nostalgic flashback. Family of Me, Heist, and rocking the Suburbs are my favorite (which are basically all the songs but one, and I still love that one too! )

One of the most underrated films of all time. I love the satire on American consumerism and overall satire of Americans, period. It's funny to see a sort of exaggeration of how animals see human beings (I downright LOVED the scene where RJ points to the family giving grace at the table, saying that that's how humans "worship the food") I don't want a sequel though, as there's a chance they could taint the movie badly or cause it to become some kind of awful Internet meme... This was one of the very first animated films, if not THE first animated film I saw (my dad is from West Africa, and was quickly fascinated by CG animation when he came to America, and rented a heck ton of cheesy family films for me and my brother when we were kids, this being one of them). Overall, this movie is amazing and easily my favorite Dreamworks film

I love this movie it's so detailed and even though the story and plot is quite basic they proformed it so well and made it very emotional and felt different feelings for the characters. And ben folds is great all his songs in this fit in really well and do tell us something about life. I would highly recommend this amazingly funny movie.

I loved this movie. It had some humourous jokes, great voice acting and an interesting plotline. It had a few funny gags in it such as the explosions and the thanks deep note. Overall, I love this movie. If you haven't watched it, watch it. You will not regret.

12 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

This movie is amazing; its enjoyable for younger audiences and has a deeper underlying story that shows values such as determination, free spirit and touches on racism and fair rights. The animation is beautiful, the scenery the music is brilliant being composed by the award winning Hans Zimmer. The movie is timeless and will always stay in my heart as my favorite movie. Ever.

This is an amazing movie that really captures the feeling and atmosphere they're representing. The story is touching and hope-giving. Essentially, the movie is really underrated, yet it has the best music of any Dreamworks movie (I feel that The Lion King is still slightly better but that's Disney). Hans Zimmer is a musical genius and Bryan Adams is simply amazing here!

I've loved this movie since it came out, and watched it hundreds of times. Spirit is my life movie; the motion pictures, the music, the storyline, it's all so beautiful, wild, and makes you feel free. This movie doesn't get enough credit, it's the best animated movie of all time. It will be around forever, and is an all-time classic.

This became my favorite movie when I saw it and it still is to this day. It affected my whole life. I became obsessed with horses and everything to do with horses. At least half of the songs are in my top fifteen favorite songs of all time. With "Here I Am" taking second place.

13 Puss in Boots

I actually went to see the sequel (The Last Wish) recently and let me tell you... it's literally one of the greatest modern Dreamworks films I have ever seen. It's a fantastic mix of comedy and action (that's to be expected from high-quality Dreamworks films) and it's to the point where I actually consider it to be better than the original. When the film opens with a Tenacious D-styled ballad, then you know it's going to be great. Plus, the fight scenes are so well-animated, it's pretty much eye candy to look at. What can I even say? The sequel to Puss in Boots may or may not spark a Dreamworks renaissance, but I was so stunned and amazed by every moment of it (the audience was, too), that I wholeheartedly consider it to be the "The Rescuers Down Under" of Dreamworks films.

See. Not only this movie but, there are also some movies which are KNOCKED down to the least place.
Puss In Boots is one of the greatest movies of DreamWorks ever!
I like everything very much in this movie but especially, I like two things in this movie the most. Those are Puss's STYLE and MUSIC!
I love the music SO MUCH in this movie!
This movie must be placed at the top!

I love this movie it is so entertaining and funny and closer to the end it has a huge twist. It has great voice acting as well as amazing graphics. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys good animations. 5 Stars.

This was a surprisingly well-developed movie. It's not the best, but it is certainly enjoyable.

14 Chicken Run

Wonderfully plotted, memorable characters, with hidden historical references - POW camps and Communism! I love it!

I love Chicken Run! The animation is really good and I love Ginger and Rocky The Road Island Red

This is a very good movie, indeed.

This should be at least top 2.

15 The Road to El Dorado

While there is nothing novel about the animation style, it is a really funny and cute movie, and the soundtrack is killer. It is underrated (for some reason unknown to me), but it is one of my favorite animated movies of all time.

This movie is so brilliant. The animation is beautifully done, the horse is, as always, a hilarious character, and the very obvious love between Tulio and Miguel could warm the heart of even the coldest person. Okay, maybe that's a little dramatic, but this movie has always been one of my favorites :-)

This is a very unique kind of movie. How many good movies do yu find that are about exploring Central America along with comedy? Not many. The music is awesome too! One of my favorites of all time!

EL DORADO is the word which get etched in your mind for a long time. Animation is what I always liked and this movie has uplifted it to a greater level. I am a fan of its music AWESOME! A must Watch m/

16 Mr. Peabody & Sherman

I don't care what critics say about it I think it's a pretty solid film. I grew up with the original cartoon on vhs and was 20 when this movie came out and it stayed true to the original but with something new.

This movie deserves a lot more respect. It's not only funning and has very well played acting, but the story is as good. I would this easily in the top 3, maybe higher.

Witty, comedic and heartwarming, Mr Peabody and Sherman managed to capture my heart ever since I saw it. It really deserves the Oscar!

I'm watching this right now and it is great! Deserves to be in the top ten.

17 Kung Fu Panda 3

I was really scared about this one, but I think while it isn't as good as the second one, it's still an awesome way to end a nearly perfect trilogy. Also,it's also great that Cee Lo Green's Kung Fu Fighting both started and finished the trilogy. I adore Kung Fu Panda, and this was the perfect conclusion. 9.5/10

Dreamworks so far has sort of been cursed when it comes to third movie installments because shrek 3. And Madagascar 3 were the worst in the series. I hope this does not happen to Kung fu panda

This movie and How to train your dragon 2 are the best Dreamworks animation movies ever! They are both better than Home! Home is the worst Dreamworks movie ever!

It was good until it got to the end: Po enters a spirit place, sees his master's master and gets something that makes him win a fight and give powers to pandas... they sing a chessy song and it ends. But like I said otherwise it's good.

18 Bee Movie

This really deserves to be higher up the list as it is hilariously funny and I laughed at every single bee related pun (and there was a lot) since they were clever every time. Barry's relationship with Vanessa was quite creepy alright but the movie was still heart warming and shows you that how sometimes the things you want aren't necessarily what you need. It showed us we should not be greedy but also to fulfil your dreams and don't just go with the status quo, follow your dreams. I really enjoyed this film and still really enjoy it now.

Are you kidding me the bee movie is the greatest movie of all time. Ever heard of a Jerry Seinfeld? Or a Renee Zellweger? Or I don't know Matthew Broderick and Patrick Warburton and Oprah Winfrey and John Goodman? Well they are in the movie, you goobuses. The box even says, "Bee Movie is an A." I am glad to see, however, that the trashfires that are Madagascar 2, Antz, and Puss and Boots are higher than this classic film, which is only at 22. Can we please at least get ahead of the cinematic fecal matter that is The Croods? Larry King even showed up for this movie you slammer-jammers.

Why is this not higher? This movie owns how to train your dragon! Get that, megamind, rise of the guardians, and kung fu panda 2 off of the top ten! Replace it with bee movie, over the hedge, and shark tale and you might just have a decent list! Gosh!

What a stupid movie. It should be #1 in the worst DreamWorks movie. I found it extremely boring and the voices were terrible. The worst DreamWorks movies of all time. Also the worst animated movie of all time and the worst movie of all time.

19 Monsters vs. Aliens

Monsters Vs. Aliens is one of the best DreamWorks films like How to train your dragon, Shrek, Kung Fu panda, and Madagascar. I love the Ginormica, she is amazing and beautiful.

This movie is really nice. The part where Susan enlarged was the best. I wouldn't say it's the best but deserves to be in top 10.

Power time. Most excellent! Movie is plentiful time for each and other.

Underrated favorite from my childhood. Still pretty good.

20 Flushed Away

Seriously? This movie should be in the top ten! While it's not the greatest (Shrek, haha), it's definitely worth a mention. It has very clever humor (British humour, may I add) that you can't get out of any other DreamWorks film. The most underrated dreamworks movie by far.

This is an amazing movie. They cram in so many great jokes and it just leaves you feeling good inside. Not the most popular, but my favorite nonetheless.

The problem with this movie is that it's more a Dreamworks Movie than an Aardman one. Still, really good concept, but lost potential.

Great movie from Dreamworks that didn't have much toilet humor despite taking place in the sewer.

21 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

The animation in this movie is the best out of any Dreamworks movie to date, and ends the stories of each and every character perfectly. This world was explored thoroughly between the shows and the movies, and nothing could cap off such an amazing experience better than this movie.

The villain in this movie was so much like viggo because he was trying to out smart hiccup into what he wants.

Also a much better dragon movie than Raya and the Last Dragon.

It is the best sequel of How To Train Your Dragon and the best movie that Dreamworks ever made

22 Madagascar - Escape 2 Africa

We should really thank DreamWorks for giving us such a memorable and amazing movie! The sequel is also COOL!

It's such a cute movie! I will never get tired of it. It is way better than the 1st one! It will never get old! " I will always love it! "

This movie was hilarious...

How is this lower than shark tale?

23 Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

The only thing I don't really like about this movie is that its villain is basically just a slightly less weak version of Clayton from Tarzan. Other than that, spectacular stop motion classic that is not to be missed!

Better than Shrek, Finding Nemo, Happy Feet, Rango, Frozen, Big Hero 6, Zootopia, Toy Story 4, and especially Brave when it comes to films that won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature.

Technically produced by Dreamworks, but not enough people think of it as a Dreamworks movie. Really deserves more respect though.

Why is this on here four times? People must really like this movie.

24 Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted is a flawless, revolutionary comeback to the Madagascar franchise. I am betting Katy Perry and Alex the Lion are in love with each other. If they were in each others' realities, bestiality would then be liable to happen.

Nice movie, even background score firework looks like its just made for the movie scene only!

This movie is amazing! In fact, I think it's even better than the first two.

This movie is so great! I can't believe that this movie isn't higher!

25 Antz

Oh my gosh this is number one not 25! This is intelligent funny and hilarious! I like everything in this movie but the pacing!

Great old film. Intelligent and with more realism than most.

In a class by itself. One of the best animated films of all time.

Nice film, but the ants really give me the shivers!

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