My Top 10 Non-Disney Animated Films


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Not a Shrek in sight.

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1
Flushed Away 2006,  PG)
Flushed Away
Frankly, I'm trying to figure out why I'm not giving this extremely fun film 5 stars. Ah well, I guess it's because it's no "The Incredibles" (and because some of it was so fast paced that you could miss the jokes, esp. with the accents.)

I LOVED it. VERY, very funny -- I loved the English setting, the hero, the anti-hero, the villian, and (most of all) the SLUGS! I literally laughed out loud several times. (The digs at the French, insane TOAD villian, just too many great gags to go over . . . but, Le Frog!! ROFL.)

RUN to see this one. It's too bad that the title put me off. I really thought it would be gross. I wish more people would have told me how great it was and I am super-grateful I found this gem at a thrift store for $3.00!

Wonderful for kids AND adults.
2
Ice Age 2002,  PG)
Ice Age
Love it. Ray Romano is great. The squirrel and sloth (particularly his VOICE) keep it from 5.
3
Madagascar 2005,  PG)
Madagascar
Ben Stiller, Chris Rock. I like to watch it, watch it.
4
The Prince of Egypt 1998,  PG)
The Prince of Egypt
Better than I thought it would be -- and no PC Egyptian sympathy. Its all about Moses and his people. Highlights: the burning bush and Exodus. Gorgeous score.
5
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (Ice Age 3) 2009,  PG)
6
Ice Age 2: The Meltdown 2006,  PG)
Ice Age 2: The Meltdown
Even better animation and my Romano. Love it.
7
Spirit - Stallion of the Cimarron 2002,  G)
8
Snoopy Come Home 1983,  G)
Snoopy Come Home
My favorite Peanuts movie. Great story; sentimental and funny. Excellent songs -- "Me and You, a Two-Man Crew", "Do You Remember Me?", "No Dogs Allowed" (sung by "Tony the Tiger"), and the best, "Fundamental Friend Dependability."
9
The Secret of NIMH 1982,  G)
The Secret of NIMH
Beautiful animation; creepy, dark storyline. Dom Deloise borders on annoying.
10
The Cat in the Hat 1971,  Unrated)
The Cat in the Hat
Well, since I put the suggestion in to add this movie, I'll happily review it first . . . Underrated but very well done feature that wouldn't have worked nearly so well if it weren't for the great songs and Allan Sherman. I still love to sing, "Cat hat, in French, chat chapeau. In Spanish it's el gato with a sombrero."

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