Do you think that the animated movies are filmed only for those kids out there? If yes, then you are wrong, as these are the movies that have grossed a whole lot of money in 2016 as well and that can’t be only because of the kids going to watch these movies. Apart from the kids, there is a huge adult audience as well that adores the animated movies. 2016 was a predominantly strong year for the animated feature films, as both Pixar and Disney filmed classically fine work and some patchy upstarts discovering unexplored territory.
The way in which this list has been arranged, signifies the score cards of the movies that released last year as per their ratings and reviews. So, having a look at this is a must for all those who like watching animated movies and are anticipating for the new ones. All-in-all it is a must watch for every animated movie lover.
Zootopia is an intensely well-rounded movie which provides a considerate, comprehensive message that’s as affluent and timely as its magnificent animation. It gives you all that you want whilst being suitably quick and funny to keep the kids entertained at all time.
Having a title character that is as versatile as its flourishing animation and a narrative that attaches fresh profundity to Disney’s time-tested principle, Moana is really a family-pleasant escapade for the ages. Moana is a movie that has some fabulous animated characters that have been voiced by famous personalities such as Auli’i Cravalho, Temuera Morrison, Rachel House, and Dwayne Johnson who was formerly a WWE superstar and is now among the biggest names in Hollywood. The movie has been filmed under the direction of Ron Clements, Chris Williams, John Musker, and Don Hall.
Finding Dory is a humorous, touching, and thought-provoking movie released last year, which was loved by many kids and followed by millions due to the success of Finding Nemo. Finding Dory offered a wonderfully animated journey that affixes a new entertaining episode to its Finding Nemo’s classic tale.
Kubo and the Two Strings
The movie titled ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ matched its unbelievable animation along with a fascinating and valiantly melancholy tale that has something to present to the audiences of all ages. The movie was voiced by the famous Charlize Theron, Art Parkinson, Ralph Fiennes, and Rooney Mara under the direction of Travis Knight. This film also marked the debut of Travis Knight as a director.