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The Top 7 Animated Movies Of All Time

Let’s dive once again into the world of arts & entertainment and recall all Disney memories via top 7 animated movies of all time.

By Radhika

Updated on 30-01-2023

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People usually dive into nostalgic memories whenever they hear talk about their all-time favorite animated movies. Also, here Disney plays a crucial role, as it comes into our mind before any other animated movie platform. Yes, Disney and Hollywood both have contributed a lot to the world of Animation, arts & entertainment. The bunch of animation we all have seen, yet as short films, movies, cartoons, and historical movies, portray the level of hardship in the entertainment arts industry. 

Moreover, it always happens that the beauty of arts and entertainment news attracts us to movie theaters. And also towards TV and different streaming platforms to watch and refresh old memories. So we can connect with our childhood days, culture, and history. Therefore, here you have the top seven animated movies of all time. Now, without any further delay, let’s begin our journey toward the back old golden days of endless arts & entertainment. 

  • Aladdin 

The first one is the most loving “Aladdin'' which came out in 1992. If you don’t know, Aladdin was composed by Howard Ashman, who also worked as a co-writer of the music of The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast. Unfortunately, Howard Ashman passed away when Aladdin was still in production. Who can forget the Genie of Aladdin when it comes to talking about the movie’s arts & entertainment and animation work? Moreover, you can understand this movie as a bunch of endless fun, entertainment, and comedy. Furthermore, watch it now to learn more about the roller coaster journey of Aladdin, Genie, and his friends. 

  • Cinderella

The next fiction-based movie, Cinderella, everyone’s favorite one and only, came out in 1950. In this movie, you can actually see the magic of kindness and courage and how “Cinderella” changed her destiny. The most interesting fact is that it has spent a lot of money on the productions of Bambi, Pinocchio, and Fantasia. But after its release at the box office, it got huge appreciation from people worldwide. Moreover, you can consider the fairy tale classic “Cinderella” as a true example of arts & entertainment by the people who belong to the entertainment arts. Furthermore, as per the resources, the movie “Cinderella” has played a vital role in gathering immense fame. And also the financial success that pushed Disney into a new era. 

  • The Little Mermaid

Another example of arts & entertainment is “The Little Mermaid,” which came out in 1989. The fact that “The Little Mermaid'' became a booster for Disney Studio after a long run of back-to-back average releases at the box office. It all happened after the death of Walt Disney in December 1966. Moreover, The Little Mermaid was a big hit of that time in the world of animation and arts and entertainment news. 

The best of the movie was its mesmerizing melodies with exceptional lyrics by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. It is a great watch for family time as it represents the story of father and daughter. And their efforts to work to mend their falling apart relationship. Furthermore, in “The Little Mermaid,” you will get to learn about the beautiful imaginary life that resides under the ocean.

  • Finding Nemo 

The next movie for all the water babies is “Finding Nemo,” which came out in 2003. The only reason that makes you want to watch this movie is that the top tier of Pixar's canon is so accurately portrayed. You can also consider it as an example of revolution in the world of screening, animation, arts & entertainment. Moreover, its groundbreaking underwater visuals were breathtaking, making “Finding Nemo” a masterpiece. It meets the expectations of kids the best, as it is filled with comedy, laughter, and adventure. Furthermore, the story of the movie majorly focuses on strict parenting and the compulsion of risk and even danger.

  • Beauty And The Beast

The fifth top animated film, "Beauty and the Beast,” released in 1991, is a true example of drama, action, romance, and beauty of animation arts & entertainment. The best part about this movie is the enrollment of a lot of characters and roles. And take the place of magic in a wholesome manner. You will find this movie dramatically more punchy than the rest of other animated movies. The movie was released for the first time in September 1991 at the New York Film Festival. The most memorable thing that makes this movie special is the countless applause, cheers, and a 10-minute standing ovation by the audience after its release. 

Furthermore, the movie Beauty and the Beast became the first animated film to earn more than $100 million in the USA. Adding on, the movie also got nominated for Oscars in six categories. When it comes to music, its soundtrack album got nominated as Album of the Year in theGrammys awards. Last but not least, the movie “Beauty and the Beast” does complete justice to the entertainment arts front. 

  • Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs

Hold your emotions because the next one is everyone's favorite and the very first animated feature film ever made in history. Yes, this is the film that denotes the story of a beautiful princess. Plus, her seven little dwarfs friends and their escape for life from her stepmother and the queen. Watch it to know how the story ends and also if you want to refresh old childhood memories. If you don’t know, this movie has remained the highest-grossing film ever for two years after its release in 1937.

Moreover, some of the visuals in Snow White and Seven Dwarfs are inspired by German Expressionism, When it comes to arts & entertainment. As you see now, the new upcoming content, the “Mandalorian series” inspired by “Snow White and Seven Dwarfs,” is getting a lot of attention. The reason is it will work to introduce a new generation to timeless historical glimpses only on Disney Plus. 

  • Alice In Wonderland 

Last and another fairy tale that represents entertainment arts in true form is “Alice in Wonderland,” which came out in 1951. Alice in Wonderland is the 13th animated film by Disney, based on Lewis Carroll's classic book. Moreover, this movie portrays the story of a young girl named Alice who falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world of creatures. You will understand the child's struggle to survive in the confusing world through the movie's story. And due to its enthusiastic and adventurous scenes, this movie is still in the heart of people as a true model of arts & entertainment.  

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