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I work extremely hard on doing every top ten (about 30-40 hours per video) and if the list is in the description, people just read the list and dont watch my video.
People always ask me why i don't put movies in my list of choice, the main reason was because i was keeping them for this video.
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Fox’s Wes Anderson, Ice Age and Rio’s Carlos Saldanha, Wallace & Gromit’s Nick Park, to critics and hardcore fans alike—it became clear that animation doesn’t just mean kids’ and family movies.
It introduces us to the magic of cinema, and there’s no doubt that, as we researched the 100 best animated movies of all time, the nostalgia factor was overwhelming.
Fantasy 98 mins.
Fantasy 134 mins.
Fantasy 103 mins.
Fantasy 119 mins.
Fantasy 86 mins.
Fantasy 81 mins.
Fantasy 117 mins.
Fantasy 92 mins.
Fantasy 125 mins.
Fantasy 111 mins.
Fantasy 102 mins.
Fantasy 137 mins.
Sci-Fi 163 mins.
Sci-Fi 117 mins.
Sci-Fi 90 mins.
Sci-Fi 112 mins.
Sci-Fi 124 mins.
Sci-Fi 98 mins.
Romance 124 mins.
Romance 83 mins.
Romance 84 mins.
Romance 111 mins.
Family 96 mins.
Family 79 mins.
Family 100 mins.
Musical 89 mins.
Musical 95 mins.
Musical 76 mins.
Drama 92 mins.
Crime 96 mins.
Adventure 108 mins.
Sport 88 mins.
War 89 mins.
War 96 mins.
War 83 mins.
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Plot: A young girl is whisked away to a world of witches, dragons, gods and spirits when her parents stop at a seemingly abandoned amusement park.
Plot: A young witch sets off on her own for a year of training in a far-away city and finds adventure and challenges await.
Plot: A young woman finds herself the receipient of a curse and seeks out the secretive wizard Howl in order to break the spell.
Plot: During WWII, a brother and his young sister are forced to survive on their own after their mother is killed in an air raid and they shun their other relatives.
Plot: A young girl floats from the sky after a shady government agency and a band of pirates clash over a crystal she possesses.
Plot: Far in the future the Earth has been devastated by the "Seven Days of Fire." Now only pockets of humanity survive and in one are, Princess Nausica? works to understand the toxic jungle while preventing war.
Plot: The future and Neo-Tokyo where the leader of a violent biker gang becomes involved with a shady military project that grants him amazing powers that quickly spin out of control.
It has been updated in honor of the 75th anniversary of Batman and to include the latest animated Batman film, SON OF BATMAN.
Plus, no matter where one of these films falls on the list, I don’t think there’s been a "bad" animated Batman film yet.
Like most anthology films, the shorts vary in quality, but by enlisting the talented likes of Shinichiro Watanabe (Cowboy Bebop), Peter Chung (Aeon Flux), and Yoshiaki Kawajiri (Ninja Scroll), the Wachowskis proved they knew how to pick their collaborators well.
Check out "Gels and Light Diffusion", a sweet lesson from Vimeo Video School.
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After a long day working two jobs, Superman's duties never seem to end when Krypto decides that this must be the place.
The good: On the other hand, the Spawn movie with Leguizamo was pretty good.
I thought Tekken was quite good, but then again I am not a fan of the so I dunno how they fucked it up 😛 but I liked the action scenes and that Dystopian world was nice.
The Academy today released its long list of submitted films, including box-office winners like Monsters University and Despicable Me 2, as well as movies that haven’t yet hit theaters, like Frozen and Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises.
and about anime's try : ( Rurouni Kenshin ) , ( Samurai x the ova of rurouni kenshin ) , ( Peace maker kurogane ) those three are the best samurai anime and about ninja anime try : ( Naruto and naruto shippuuden ) awesome ninja anime .
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A Japanese manga series that was created by Katsura Hoshino, D Gray-Man revolved around the story of Allen Walker, a boy who was a member of the Exorcists—an organization that made use of an ancient substance called Innocence to fight the Millennium and Akuma, its demonic army.
A Japanese manga series that was adapted into an animated series in 1990; Yu Yu Hakusho revolved around the story of a teenage delinquent named Yusuke Urameshi who got struck and killed by a car as he sought to save the life of a child.
An anime television series that was based on the manga series Ghost in the Shell, Stand Alone Complex revolved around the story of the members of a team called Public Security Section 9.
This contemporary Japanese anime series tackled philosophical concepts such as identity, communication and reality and focused on the story of a teenage girl named Lain Iwakura, who was introduced to the Internet.
A manga series that was written and illustrated by Yuki Urushibara, Mushishi was adapted into an anime television series in 2005 and featured some ubiquitous creatures called Mushi.
A Japanese hard science fiction manga created by Makoto Yukimura, Planetes was adapted from a Japanese hard science fiction television series that was broadcast sometime between 2003 and 2004.
An anime television series that was released in 1982, Super Dimension Fortress Macross featured a triangle among its major characters plastered against the backdrop of battles that existed between aliens and humans.
A science fiction anime series that featured an eponymous space craft, Space Battleship Yamato is an English-dubbed series that was broadcast on North American and Australian televisions as Star Blazers.
Oh, that adorable little scamp! What crazy manslaughter-related misadventure has Dash gotten into this time? Also, the villain’ list of dead superheroes provides kids with the valuable moral that "if you use your talents to do the right thing, you will die." Now, we’re not for the dumbing down of American entertainment, but when your film’ funniest moment is a montage of death scenes (where Edna demonstrates the danger of capes) you might want to reconsider marketing your film to children.

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