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    Thread: What's your favourite animated films?

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      What's your favourite animated films?

      Just curious to see if others love animations and what they are watching!Below I have listed some films that have made the biggest impressions on me. I apologize in advance as I don't have links to them( using my phone and it's pretty difficult ). 1.Everything will be ok and I am so proud of you(Don Hertzfeldt) Don't really have words to describe just how much I love these two films. It's like every emotion I have is experienced while watching these. 2.Not Stanley #1-4 and Drillbit Head series(David Firth). These dries always put a smile on my face, really anything by Firth is amazing( especially his podcasts but they are not animated xD). 3.Fantastic Planet(Rene Laloux). Really surreal and the music is triply too. 4.Mary and Max(Adam Elliot). This a dark comedy claymation which is just hilarious( I especially like the character max and his dialogue). 5.Revolver(Jonas Odell). Love the repetition in this short. 6.Umbra(Malcolm Sutherland). Another short film but this one is a head scratcher . 7His Wife is a Hen/ Ego Zhena Kurica(Igor Kovaliev, diector). The style of this old Russian short is simply beautiful. 8Forest (Allison Schulnik). Another claymation that takes the viewer in mystical journey. 9Thought of You (Ryan Woodward). The animation style is very simple but effective, I do think I like the song the most though 10.Big Bang Boom (Blu). I can't even begin to imagine how long this would take to complete incredible really. Again I apologies for not having images or links but if you type any of the titles into youtube iam sure you can find the vids.
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      I like "A Boy Named Charlie Brown," Though it's a bit trippy or slowly paced at times I find it interesting and entertaining.

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      Practically anything by Tim Burton. I dig the dark, twisted stories and environments he makes.

      And really anything that's clay-mation, too.
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      I don't think anything can top Studio Ghibli's collection of works. I was raised on Disney, but Ghibili can actually make me FEEL. I prefer the works of Isao Takahata to Miyazaki, he's too Disney'ish for my taste.

      Depending on my desire for a specific mood I will watch the following:

      Sorrow - Grave of The Fireflies (always makes me sob uncontrollably)
      Joy - Whisper of the Heart (yes, the ending is contrived, but I love the journey there!)
      Nostalgia - Only Yesterday (I don't have nostalgia for 60's Japan, but it pokes at the general feeling)

      When I'm not dreaming and want to experience surreality - Spirited Away (that damn train scene is astonishingly beautiful)
      And for just a good story - Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (I am always so happy Uma Thurman was in the dub cast even though I prefer subs)
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      I agree foxy^ about Studio Ghibli's works. I grew up on My neighbor Totoro specifically. Also Nemo in slumberland was a monumental animated film of my childhood
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      Quote Originally Posted by Narwhal View Post
      I agree foxy^ about Studio Ghibli's works. I grew up on My neighbor Totoro specifically. Also Nemo in slumberland was a monumental animated film of my childhood
      After seeing Takahata did the Nemo film, now I MUST see it!
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      Thanks for all the replies everybody!
      @FoxyGrandma3000( great name haha!)

      I loved spirited away it made such an impression on me too, the train over the water just beautiful. In Ponyo the part where they are on the boat and you could see sea creatures below them took my breath, it was stunning. I have heard of grave of fireflies but never have seen it, not yet anyways .

      Anyways thanks again everyone it always neat to find out new films!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Chickadee23 View Post
      Thanks for all the replies everybody!
      @FoxyGrandma3000( great name haha!)

      I have heard of grave of fireflies but never have seen it, not yet anyways .

      Anyways thanks again everyone it always neat to find out new films!
      When you do watch it I would recommend watching it by yourself. I would have been embarrassed if anyone saw me cry like I did for so long. I was basically grieving by the end.
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      That's one of those exceptional films that one can only put themselves through once.
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      Ok so when I made this thread I didn't know how to post links or even format posts correctly, such a noob Now I know better but it always bothered me that I never posted the videos I was referring too, so here they are!
      Just a note fantastic planet is just the first part of the movie and Mary and Max is just the trailer ok enjoy






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      Ghost in a Shell - and then looong pause.
      What I saw lately and really liked is The Secret of the Kells - Irish fairy tale.


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      "The Rise Of The Guardians" and "Wreck It Ralph". Both hilarious and aimed at kids but incredible food for lucid dreaming and very funny and awesome

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