Animated series or movies are something that colors most of our childhood. From Jungle Book to Lion King, the memories are as colorful as our childhood. But as time rolled away, animated movies have evolved and today they are watched and loved by all and sundry. Here are some recent animated movies which are a must watch
Finding Nemo (2003)
This is a movie most of the millennial has grown up watching, a place where we found “home”.
It is an amazing story about a dad and a son of how they faced the problems of separation together with a quite forgetful friend. Doing the best either of them could on their part. A must watch if you haven’t seen it already, but also worth watching it again if you’ve already watched it.
Zootopia stars a bunny, the odd one out, the underdog, who cracks down on a case, which seemingly points directly to the big shot lion mayor, but is actually the Mayor’s secretary- the seemingly innocent sheep. The movie portrays perfectly the plight that underdogs have to face. It also shows how determination is capable of overcoming all odds.
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the unicorn (2011)
We all grew up reading Tintin comics and this was the first movie which made the literature that comprised of our childhood into a motion picture. The movie is based upon three of the comics: 1 The Crab with Golden Claws; 2 The Secret of The Unicorn; 3 Red Rackham’s Treasure, and is blended together perfectly. Spielberg never disappoints!
A film adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson’s Fairy Tale “The Snow Queem”, beautifully brought to life by Disney. The theme of feminism, dominates the animated bliss, showing children and adults alike that “you are enough for yourself” , a wonderfull message, so necessary in today’s age. A much needed relief from the typical “Cinderella” story.
These series of movies confirms what every child has ever thought about while playing with their toys: “What if they came to life?” Well if they did, Toy story wouldn’t be fiction, nor will it be that funny. It’d be quite horrifying actually, but it is completely a work of fiction, so it is quite funny and seemingly never gets hold no matter how many times you watch it. An evergreen movie if you may.