Which animated movie still can’t you forget? by QuestionGuy July 15, 2022, 8:42 pm Which animated movie still can’t you forget? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote animatedAskAskMeforgetmovieQuestion and Answer See more Previous article TIL after General Dwight D. Eisenhower found victims of Nazi concentration camps, he anticipated that in the future there would be attempts to deny what happened. He ordered all possible pictures taken, and had Germans from surrounding villages to be ushered through the camps and bury the dead. Next article A man is visiting his mother’s grave at the cemetery. 34 Comments Leave a Reply coraline, holy fuck! Log in to Reply Spider-man Into the Spiderverse Log in to Reply Spirited Away by Hayao Miyazaki (2001). An absolutely stunning film which I saw in the cinema with my daughters. Even writing its name brings the theme tune to mind and we were all walking on air when we left the theatre. I had seen a lot of animated films over the years and had even worked on a few (Danger Mouse, Duckula and The Treacle People) but this blew me away. Log in to Reply Akira for sure. Log in to Reply Wizards (1977) Log in to Reply The Last Unicorn Log in to Reply Watership down. Still traumatised by that one Log in to Reply Zootopia Log in to Reply Lord of the rings (78), American Pop (81)Wizards (77) and Heavy Metal (81). Log in to Reply Heavy Metal (1981). Log in to Reply Iron Giant. “…Superman”… Still gets me. Log in to Reply Princess Mononoke, probably my first introduction to anime Log in to Reply I could watch **”Heavy Metal”** over and over and over again. Possibly the greatest soundtrack record of all time. REACH OUT AND T-T-T-TAKE IT!!! Log in to Reply The Secret of NIMH Log in to Reply Wall-E counts? Log in to Reply The Black Cauldron. How the fuck was that a kid’s movie? Log in to Reply Shrek Log in to Reply The Night is Short, Walk on Girl Log in to Reply Fern Gully will forever live in the back of my mind. Log in to Reply Land before time. Saw it in the theatre when I was a kid. When little foots mom died I cried. Each time we rewatch that movie it hits me. Log in to Reply Nine The monsters are amazing Log in to Reply Meet the mother fucken’ Robinsons. Log in to Reply Emperor’s New Groove Bug’s Life Log in to Reply [It’s Such a Beautiful Day](https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2396224/) **Standard disclaimer: Do not watch this film alone.** This is not a joke, don’t do it. This movie should only be viewed with someone that you can hug for the rest of the day, and preferably until the eventual heat-death of the universe. Log in to Reply Akira when it was released in Theatres of North America very high on acid. When a movie starts with a nuclear holocaust and gets weird from there, I knew I had chosen the correct movie. Log in to Reply Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind for me. The intricacy of Miyazaki’s worlds is always fascinating, and I just love Nausicaa herself so much. As well as the tightly constructed plot, the majesty of the Ohmu… Such a great movie. Log in to Reply Treasure planet Log in to Reply A scanner darkly Log in to Reply Why would I want to forget an animated movie? Live-action movies are the forgettable ones. That said, Ralph Bakshi’s Coonskin. Log in to Reply Beauty and the Beast (1991) Log in to Reply The Tale of the Princess Kaguya. Log in to Reply Mary & Max. I had an existentional breakdown after watching it. Also Coraline is pretty cool. Log in to Reply 9 Log in to Reply Up Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.