Animated movies are something that opens up a new world for the children. And that’s the reason why they are in love with these kinds of films. And today we shared about the animated movies that are highest as per the IMBd ratings. So have a look at them.
1. The Lion King (8.5)
Produced by Walt Disney Lion King has also been a favorite for many of us. It is an American animated series that is in demand till date. On other hand, we would say that this is one of those iconic movies that introduced us to Hakuna Matata. And also made us laugh at Timon and Pumba’s jokes. Directed by Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff the Lion King tops the list with 8.5 ratings as per IMDb.
2. Coco (8.4)
Coco is basically an American animated fantasy released by Walt Disney in the year 2017. The story of Coco is inspired by a Mexican holiday The day of the dead, also known as All souls day according to Catholic celebrations. It is basically a story based on a 12-year-old boy named Miguel who is accidentally transported to the Land of the Dead. Produced by Pixar Animation Studios this film managed to get a nine-figure budget. And was considered the 16th highest-grossing animated film.
3. Toy Story (8.3)
Another film by Pixar animated studios was Toy Story that came out in 1995. It was the first animated computer film from Pixar. The story is based on anthropomorphic toys that come to life when humans are not present. The movie showed how Woody a cowboy girl tried to hatch a plan to get rid of the Space Ranger only to find out that they can be friends. The toy story was the highest-grossing film during its opening weekend. Talking about its IMBd ratings it stands on 8.3.
4. Up (8.2)
A comedy-drama released in 2009 that features an elderly widower named Carl Fredricksen and an earnest boy named Russell who travels to Paradise Falls in Carl’s house which is equipped with balloons. The film grossed over $735 million, becoming the Sixth grossing film of 2009. In the film, Carl sets out to fulfill the promise of his deceased wife. And at the end will leave you in tears.
5. Inside Out (8.1)
Inside out is a 3-D computer-animated film, directed by Pete Docter. The story showcases the mind of a young girl named Riley who is controlled by her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness. But later on, these emotions help her navigate this new journey. The film accumulated over $857 million in worldwide box office revenue in 2015. And also received several awards. The film currently stands on 8.1 as per the IMBd ratings.
6. Finding Nemo (8.1)
Finding Nemo is a computer-based animated adventure film released in 2015. The story features an overprotective clownfish named Marlin, who, along with Dory (regal blue tang) searches for his missing son Nemo who has been captured by the Great Barrier Reef. On the way, he makes many friends who help him sail through. The film grabbed a total of $871 million worldwide. And was the 10th greatest animated film ever.
7. Beauty and the Beast (8)
Released in 1991. The story is based on a young and beautiful Belle who enters the mansion of a prince who has been cursed to live as a monster until he finds true love. It is based on the 1756 French fairy tale of the same name. The film grossed $331 million at the box office worldwide. And stand currently on 8 as per the IMBd ratings.