Entertainment Weekly’s 20 “best” animated movies

Absolutely laughable:

20. ‘Ghost in the Shell’ (1995)
19. ‘Waltz With Bashir’ (2008)
18. ‘Pinocchio’ (1940)
17. ‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’ (1989)
16. ‘South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut’ (1999)
15. ‘The Iron Giant’ (1999)
14. ‘Akira’ (1988)
13. ‘Chicken Run’ (2000)
12. ‘The Triplets of Belleville’ (2003)
11. ‘Dumbo’ (1941)
10. ‘Coraline’ (2009)
9. ‘Bambi’ (1942)
8. ‘Toy Story 2’ (1999)
7. ‘The Incredibles’ (2004)
6. ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (1991)
5. ‘Persepolis’ (2007)
4. ‘The Lion King’ (1994)
3. ‘Up’ (2009)
2. ‘Spirited Away’ (2001)
1. ‘WALL-E’ (2008)

Surprised to see so much anime on there, but this list is atrocious. Fucking Wall-E is number one? Are you kidding me? Chick Run rates one better than Akira? What the hell is a Chick Run?? UP?? Are you fucking serious? Anyway, lets just save some time and say that all the CGI movies on this list do not belong. The only CGI movie that deserves to be on this list is the first Toy Story, and -maybe- Shrek.

Where is The Land Before Time? Lady and the Tramp? Snoopy Come Home?

– Dave out


7 thoughts on “Entertainment Weekly’s 20 “best” animated movies

  1. WALL-E is #1 because it’s a damn fine film. I’m guessing you’re one of the idiot tools that hasn’t actually watched the film, assumed it was just kiddy crap, and moved on to insulting it. Guess what? It won *multiple* Best Picture awards, swept pretty much every Best Animated category, and is *still* winning awards, gaining fans, and getting great reviews to this day. Don’t be a tool, watch the film, see it for the amazing piece of Sci-Fi *art* that it is. And quit being a douchebag.

  2. You’re right. I haven’t watched it because I don’t buy into all these mass-produced bullshit CGI movies. You cannot tell me -with a straight face- that “UP” is the number three best animated movie ever. “The Incredibles” belongs no where within ten miles of this list.

    I frankly don’t care how many awards Wall-E gets and -hell- it may even belong on the list, but there is no way you can think that it is the number one best animated movie OF ALL TIME. You’re retarded if you do. (since we’re going to resort to name calling like 12 y/o’s)

    I’m guessing you’re one of those “idiot tools” that’s never even heard of any of the classic movies I mentioned above. Sorry, I grew up watching real animation and not some mass market soulless CGI bullcrap.

    Have a nice day!

  3. Netflix seems to have a thing against classic movies. Gone with the Wind, The Lion King, and Beauty and the Beast are *not* available. But I can get every season of the animated Transformers television show from the early ’80s. How do you explain that?

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