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Animate This! My Favorite 3-D Animated Movies

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People who added this item 1275 Average listal rating (842 ratings) 5.7 IMDB Rating 6.4
Even when they're dead, aliens can still become a marauding, world conquering nuisance by hanging around as hordes of a massive spirited phantom plague (and how's that for a theme for a sci-fi horror flick disguised as a video game film?).



Okay, I'll admit, despite the potential locked in the idea of this movie, the story came off as pretty boring. And because motion capture technology was still in it's early stages, the people ended up looking stiff and very "wooden, despite the advanced leap in the amount of pixels per image.
But still, at the time of it's release, the visuals were really something to behold. For me, this was a major stepping stone that would eventually lead to some of the most high tech images we are seeing not just on movies screens today, but also, in the crossing over of video-game technology.
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People who added this item 916 Average listal rating (476 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.8
Waking Life (2001)


For me, I've always found that there's something about creating philosophical discussions on film that usually comes off as kinda arrogant. Maybe it's b'cuz I feel that any kind of communication on a philosophical level has evolved nowadays to the point where it is so individually subjective, that any talks about philosophy should leave some kind room for everyone listening to it to contribute in some fashion. And even if not all can, the space should at least be there. But when it's captured on film, that is not possible for a viewer.
But obviously, with Waking Life on this list, it is one of those rare movies that proves to be the exception.
It's is a film that is made up not so much of a linear story as it is with a line-up of philosophical musings, told with expressionistic graphics of computer-generated "paint", overlaid on top of life-action. And the end result is a visual style of discussion that emphasizes that this is piece of cinematic work that is engaging, intellectually stimulating. and of course, not a kid's film. Or for those who watch films exclusively so that they can turn their brains off.



Watching Waking Life is unique movie-enjoying experience when approached with the right frame of mind.
Ot in other words, it's a flick that I found my pimp-ass sufficiently engaged in all of it's various ideas an' sh#t.
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People who added this item 3171 Average listal rating (1961 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 7.2
Cars (2006)
To be honest, for me, the story in Cars really isn't the strongest I've seen in these type of movies, the characters, while a worthy effort, aren't the most memorable, and just the very concept of a universe of cars "running" around by their own "ignition" and with the ability to talk doesn't lend itself very well as a consistent idea in believability, no matter how much suspension I try to apply into my sense of belief.
However, I'm still including this film onto this list of favorites on the basis that the visuals on this thing are pretty damn insane.
The reflecting light off of the hulls of the shiny race-cars is eyecatchingly reflective, the realism in may of the backgrounds shots are incredibly affecting, the just the sheer amount of detail in everything is amazing (consistency in the color-schemes keep it from getting too distracting like in Speed Racer).
After watching Cars, it truly boggles the mind of where computer graphics will be in twenty, or even in just ten years from now.

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People who added this item 1373 Average listal rating (829 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.1
9 (2009)


9 is a sci-fi movie that takes the high tech of it's visuals and combines them with the kind of original character designs that I always believed could be utilized more often with the whole CGI technology that is currently available at filmmakers' mouse-maneuvering fingertips.
However, the story, while not bad, still is not matching with the level of creativity of the look of this movie.
While I found this a great sci-fi flick to look at, at the same time, with it's lack of character development and overblandness of it's plot premise, to some viewers, it can also come off as pretty forgettable.
It's place on this list it based soley on it's style over substance.
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People who added this item 2477 Average listal rating (1550 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 6.6
Antz (1998)
With the release of Antz and A Bug's Life, 1998 was the year of the computer generated insect genre. And the subject of lil' multi-limbed critters isn't the only thing the two movies shared. Both releases have been critically rated pretty much the same by both film critics and audiences alike (although, A Bug's Life did take in more in terms of the box offiice, but not so much that it would've considered a total squash).
And just like Bug's, Antz takes the idea of the macrocosm of the insect universe & transforms it into a cute, wonderful world of innocent anthropomorhic fun that was sure to entertain the elementary-level audience for which this animated adventure is targeted towards.
And with the inclusion of some Woody Allen-like mannerisms into the mix, the older fans of scintillian invertebrates were also found swarming towards the cinema.

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People who added this item 2775 Average listal rating (1701 ratings) 5.8 IMDB Rating 6
Casper (1995)
The supernatural world collides with the natural world when live action meets animation in this tale about a kid who can see dead people. But in a cute, heartwarming way, considering that this is a film for all ages and is centered on the friendliest ghost you know.

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People who added this item 1402 Average listal rating (875 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.5


A tribute to all those 50's black & white sci-fi horrors flicks, but now in cool 3-D-like computer graphics. And in full color.
The graphics are absolutely top-notch, but some of the sheen has been lost due to the fact that they're also something that I'm sure viewers are pretty much starting to become accustomed to by now. And teen-agers today, let alone the more targeted little kid audience, will barely, if at all, get any of the references made to the Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman, the Creature Of The Black Lagoon and the like.
Now don't get me wrong. I think that MvA comes off with enough of the high quality that we expect from this type of picture, but to some movie-goers, it may feel like it came out a fews years too late.

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People who added this item 1244 Average listal rating (715 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 6.8
I've always had a soft spot for any film adaptations of the Charles Dickens classic. It's an affection that began with me as a kid with the old 1938 black & white version, which played every year on our family TV set.
So when Robert Zemeckis' 09 take on the series came along, I had my heart set on not enjoying this flick.
But after I watched it,
I found the energy of the cool angle- shots and sense of frenetic movements really made this quite an enjoyable ride.
One of the things that always frustrated me with animation, 3D or not, was it's limited use of camera angles.
Zemeckis took good advantage of the range of possibilities that come with animation as far as where to put the "camera', and IMO, used it as quite of an effective storytelling tool.
The number of holiday animated movies and special have increased so much lately, it gets real easy to become desensitized during the Holiday Season to Yuletide based entertainment. So, even this probably isn't the last version of Scrooge's tale that we'll see, it was kinda cool for me to be able to watch one that sparked some real movie-watching excitement.



Plus, the fact that this one was more in line with the original book adaptation, made me appreciate this updated effort even more. For my money, it gave the story a more darker edge and a fear factor that may not be suitable for younger audiences, but adds an extra bit of spice for the more mature and educated viewer. Y'know....
like me.
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People who added this item 1678 Average listal rating (1063 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.2
Brave (2012)
As far as a Pixar picture, this is definitely one of the best looking with the level of detail and realism of the graphics, especially in keeping with being their latest release.
However,
the story, whilst solid-enough to keep the kiddies entertained and maybe even kill a couple of hours for an adult viewer,
overall it doesn't stand up to level of the many of Pixar's previous efforts.
So even though this probably won't go down as a groundbreaking computer-animated history, the Brave's ability to at follow through in it's tradition of eye popping graphics is what has me including it on this list.

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People who added this item 258 Average listal rating (163 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.7
Well, whaddaya know.... the first Hotel Transylvania was successful enough that it's looks like we may have a whole new franchise to check in to every Halloween season.
Here in HT2, the bloodline of bloodsuckers of the Drac Clan looks to be invigorated with the announcement of a baby bat in the oven.
But will it be vampire or will it be human?
Ah, the crazy concoctions they cook up for these computer-conceived creature cartoons......

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People who added this item 7159 Average listal rating (4692 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.3
Toy Story (1995)
The first computer movie that showed how sophisticated graphics can be integrated into a really top quality and solid story.
Toy Story took the third dimension of the still burgeoning technology and upped the ante in what was possible when it came to motioning pictures, with the end result being a technical achievement in cinematic entertainment. It's an animated feature that was a hit both behind and in front of the silver screen with a story whose "out-standing" visuals matched it's plot in emphasizing the vibrant warmth and color that was starting to become more and more "faded" in the tired 2-D animated family films that movie producers had seemed to be tiredly cranking out at the time.

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People who added this item 4219 Average listal rating (2695 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7.2
A Bug's Life (1998)
For it's time, A Bug's Life, was the next step in the advancing technology of 3D animation.
The medium made good use of the physical aspects that make up the distinctions of the insect world to create the individual personalities of the main characters.
As with Cars, this was a movie that was beginning to show the extent of what computer graphics could do within the visual dimensions of the genre.

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People who added this item 913 Average listal rating (589 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 7.1
So, completely opposite his legendary legend, in Hotel Transylvania, Count Dracula is shown to be a nice guy. Not only is he someone who gets along with all his fellow classic creatures and runs a hotel specifically created to cater to them and their specific "nightmarish" needs, but also, he's shown to be quite a loving and protective father to his daughter, Mavis.
Truth be told, the story in HT isn't exactly up to highest level of wit and whimsicality that we've become spoiled to with many of today's CGI animated flicks, but for me, it's still cool to get any kind of depiction of the Universal Monsters with the kind of cool, crisp computer technology of today.

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People who added this item 707 Average listal rating (460 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.3
The Croods (2013)
Here's a caveman clan that put the dysfunction in the whole idea of dysfunctional family before being a dysfunctional family became vogue. Basically because they were very first dysfunctional family.
And sure, maybe compared the today's definition of what makes families totally coo-coo, the Croods make come up as kinda lightweight.
But, amidst the heavy influx of big blockbuster 3D animations that have crowded the market these days, this prehistoric household's quest for a peaceful house to hold is one that easily reminds us of why we like these flicks so much. A concrete combination of clandestine comedy, character chemistry and computer oomph, this jurassic (somewhat) journey demonstrates the hi-tech norm of what has become a sign of these times.



But at the end of the day, there's no denying that the best part of watching this film is the fact at the time when primordial mammals known as homo-sapiens were still adjusting to walking with their spines erect, the dynamics of this family structure were just starting to evolve into something that was homeward bound to healthy and thus were still considered quite crude.
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People who added this item 4812 Average listal rating (3115 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.9
Toy Story 2 (1999)
The first Toy Story not only introduced film goers to the artificially 3D generated world of Pixar, but also set the standard for the merging of quality storyline with sophisticated computer graphics, not to mention with big box office numbers.
The sequel not only managed to continue this tricky balancing trick, but, according to who you talk to, maybe even surpassed it.

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With movies like Up, 9, Wonder Woman, Monsters Vs Aliens, Mary & Max, A Christmas Carol, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Secret Of Kells and Coraline, 2009 proved to be one of the richest years for animated features to come along in a long time. And not just in quantity, but also both in quality and in diversity.
And to add the already massive mix of motion capture merriment is a motion picture menu of mammoth-sized meatballs.
Cloudy With A Chance is a film that doesn't try to compete with the more sophisticated computer "animatronics" of Disney or Pixar. Instead, it goes for a more distinctive approach of the 3D hijinx of it's plot.For example, notice how it primary protagonist Flint Lockwood move his body about not in the super-realistic manner that livens the mega-budgeted competition, but instead relies on a more slapsticky kind of propulsion that we used see in classics cartoons like Bugs Bunny or Tom & Jerry.
That, along with the enthusiastic effort put into scripting the fun-instilled premise help to give this food filled forecast a very sunny disposition.

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People who added this item 2284 Average listal rating (1508 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.7
Despicable Me (2010)


So what's the best way to make a world-feared supervillain to realize the error of his dastardly ways?
Add three insanely cute little orphaned girls to his horde-sized family of yellow miniaturized minions in a plot that despite being about as formulaic as it gets, still manages to pull the proper amount of heart-strings.
I usually don't fall for animated flicks that wear their saccharin-saturated cuteness om their sleeves,
but after a few minutes of sitting thru Despicable Me, there was something about the genuineness of it's story's intent that Gru on me.

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People who added this item 7861 Average listal rating (5072 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.2
Finding Nemo (2003)


As good as the story was in this Finding Nemo (and a it was a story I did like) the world of the undersea looked just so beautiful in this flick, that it felt like this Nemo's story could've used more of an extra punch, just to meet the same high level of quality in the graphics.
And if it's seems like I'm being picky with this film, it's only because I think that while it's a solid feel-good family-fare that was very good, it's one that had the potential to have been great.
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People who added this item 543 Average listal rating (393 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8.1
Zootopia (2016)
So, one of the major themes in Zootopia is supposed to be about not stereotyping others and yet how does the film portray rabbits? As carrot farmers/eaters.
As everyone should know by now, rabbits do NOT eat carrots.
It started way back in the day, in a Bugs Bunny cartoon, where Bugs' personality was imitating Clark Gable's famous carrot eating scene from It Happened One Night (Gable's character talks with his mouth full as he eats the carrot and is called "Doc" by another character, named Oscar).
Rabbits eating carrots is a stereotype that was started back in an era when stereotype-casting was running rampant in Hollywood, even in cartoons.
Any rabbit or bunny today would be offended if offered a carrot.
It's 2016 and I can't believe that this kind of crap is still happening.
(BTW, speaking of stereotypes,
the type of stereo I own is a Kenwood. Oldschool, but it still bumps loud enough to make the neighbors ten blocks away call the cops on me.)

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People who added this item 4288 Average listal rating (2818 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 8.3
Up (2009)
A cranky old man and an annoying little kid team up with a talking dog and a flightless giant mother bird named "Kevin",
to embark on an semi-Indiana Jones type of adventure.
Colorful, but not overwhelming (like Cars or Speed Racer),
touching, but not over-sentimental,
exciting, but not at the cost of the story.
Another score for the people over at Pixar.

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People who added this item 325 Average listal rating (184 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.1
These days, while it may take a village to make sure that no child gets left behind, at Santa's Village, all they need are three generations of Clauses.
A pretty cool animated holiday flick from Aardman studios that reveals the truth of how all the old skool magic and new updated machinations mesh together up at the North Pole and it all comes into play in order to ensure that the one night that the entire world depends on Team: Santa, all goes on without a hitch.

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People who added this item 3460 Average listal rating (2218 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.3
Toy Story 3 (2010)
At the time of this writing,
I haven't had time to come up with a description of why I like this move.
For now though, I'll just confess that I'm riding the train of popular opinion that TS3 is one of the better movies of 2010 so far.
Will update this entry soon.

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People who added this item 3321 Average listal rating (2110 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.6
Kung Fu Panda (2008)


It seems like these days, every season, an animated movie comes out displaying the next level of computer-generated visuals. At the time of this posting, it's this movie and Wall-E. While on one end, this film comes with all the standard plot devices that usually accompany the story of these animated features, Kung Fu Panda has enough of it's own style to stand away on it's own. I don't think that the story was told as successfully as many of it's predecessors, but the next level of the "anthropomorphic" facial expressions & the characteristics of the movements achieved in this film seem to make up for it.

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People who added this item 4216 Average listal rating (2733 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 8
Ratatouille (2007)


What really worked best for the idea of Ratatouille was the idea of combining the points of views of both rodent and restauranteer. It really made this a great vehicle for integrating sharper and more creative angles in the storytelling and that could only be achieved at the level that it did through the use of this medium. The end result is an animated feature who's originality is not so much on it's fundamental purpose, but more in it's natural yet technical presentation style that keeps a viewer glued to it's story more to see it play out thru the paintbrush of it's tightly yet energized realism that can make one visualize with even less suspension of belief than ever before, of little animals than can talk and behave like us. And for my money, it's where the heart and beauty of this movie lies.

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So far, the most updated amazing computer animation in any animated feature.
Simply put, the computer-generated visuals in this film truly have to be seen in order to be believed.
However, even though the story is solid, as the sci-fi epic that Appleseed's visuals aspire to be, it does lack some originality in it's plot-line. It is for this reason, combined with the indistinguisnness of the faces (as is usually common for most 3-D anime) that prevented this film from being ranked higher on this list, despite the fact that the graphics are, so far, some of the most favorite that my eyes have ever laid upon.
That said, there wasn't a frame in this movie where I just wasn't completely stunned with awe. The technical details and intricate designs in Ex Machina are some of the most striking ever to be generated on film.
Iron-Man's armor looks like it was created by Fisher-Price compared to the "hardwear" that these guys are sporting.
A true marvel to behold.

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People who added this item 849 Average listal rating (504 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.9
In the first HtTYD, we were taught the fundamentals on how to train our dragons. And just when you thought you knew all that you had to know about your dragon and how to train him/her, comes along HtTYD2.
Which shows us how to train our dragons even more.
But, to be quite honest, all I needed to learn when it came to training my dragon was how to keep it from burning down the house.
And how to poop in the giant dragon pooper that I got for him.
Other than those two pretty important things, anything else the franchise has to show me in the order of dragon-training is just fluff.
Sure, it's cool, kick ass and highly entertaining CGI stuff,
but in the end, it's still just fluff.

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People who added this item 1358 Average listal rating (843 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 6.6
Monster House (2006)


Even tho the animation in this film doesn't have the chance to get as creative as other "compunimated" movies of this generation & that focus on non-human subjects, this movie does very well with what it has. The facial expressions are choice quality and the movements during the action sequences are both smooth and dynamic. While there have been many animated films that have come along that look "better",for me, Monster House is one of the rare ones that have the whole package. For what it is, the story is well done, the characters are engaging & the action scenes are very high in the area of thrill. And the script does not insult the intelligence of the viewer, despite being based on a child-based fantasy genre.
MH flows with the same roller-coaster ride that was felt with some of those high quality Spielberg-ish action flicks of the 80's.
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People who added this item 2514 Average listal rating (1626 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8.2
For any one out there owning a dragon, I'm sure that I don't have to tell you how difficult it is to have and maintain such a cantankerous beast. With their ferocious appetites, their bulky over-sized wings and fiery temper, one wonders if owning one is really worth all the trouble.
Well, all you mythological giant-reptile owners, fear not. If you've ever wondered just you'll ever be able to train your dragon,
this is the movie for you.
After watching this computer generated Dreamworks production, you'll be able to take all the appropriate steps and measures that will allow any wyvern-wielder to enjoy all the affectionate, incendiary and home protecting benefits that come from owning such a demagogic and ponderous pet.

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People who added this item 4866 Average listal rating (3203 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.4
WALL·E (2008)


While not so surprising in that I (we?) expected the details in the graphics of this film to be as detailed and realistic as they were, it's still quite stunning to behold.



WALL-E is a futuristic story that involves themes of loneliness, environmentalism, technological over-dependence & the effects of idleness on the soul of humanity when it is stripped away from the natural strife of life.
And even though these are all themes that are ones we've seen many times before, it's still quite surprising how often and consistently filmmakers are able to integrate the amazing graphics into the quality of the storytelling in a manner that seems fresh and keeps the messages from feeling too cliche. At the rate that these types of highly sophisticated computer animated flicks are being released, it's remarkable that the ratio has been so much more good than bad.

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People who added this item 6514 Average listal rating (4277 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 8


One of the best voice castings for the lead roles I've seen (or is it heard?) and it has a great story, one full full of charm, wit and family chemistry. I always thought that Hollywood never seem to be able to put out 100% in any feature dealing with superheroes, but they really did with this one. The effects are incredibly cool, the over-all visuals are stunning and the characters are all drawn with an equally high level of quality and dynamicism (.... is that really a word?). Added with the "Jack Jack Attack" story on the DVD, and I know that it will probably be a long time before the family "I's" get dethroned from #1 on my list of fave computer animation movies.

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My favorite computer-animated and stop-motion movies.

Updated Runners Up:

- Valient

- Geri's Game

- Casper


- Street Of Crocodiles


Haven't seen yet:

- Monsters Inc.
- Shark Tales


This list is the bookend to my favorite 2-D animated films; http://www.listal.com/list/my-favorite-animated-movies-thecelestial

And here are my favorite Stop-Motion flix:
www.listal.com/list/animate-this

And finally, my favorite Anime Films:
www.listal.com/list/animate-this-my-favorite-anime


Other lists by The Mighty Celestial:

My Top 20 Female Movie Bad-Asses http://www.listal.com/list/my-top-10-female

10 Movies That Feature A Dancin' Travolta In 'Em http://www.listal.com/list/my-list-9158

My Top 15 Guilty Pleasure Movies http://www.listal.com/list/guilty-pleasures-thecelestial

Can't We Be Dysfunctional Like A Normal Family? http://www.listal.com/list/dysfunctional-family-movies

A - Z
http://www.listal.com/list/ay-zee-my-favorite-films


My Favorite Movies By Genre:

WAATAAAH!! My Top 10 Favorite Martial Arts Flix!
http://www.listal.com/list/my-list-thecelestial

Science Fiction:
- When Aliens Attack ....Or At Least, Go Bad http://www.listal.com/list/aliens-attack-at-least-go
- Aliens Who Come In Peace http://www.listal.com/list/good-aliens
- Favorite Sci Fi's Of Like....Ever. http://www.listal.com/list/scifi-movies

Horror:
http://www.listal.com/list/my-top-ten-favorite-horror
- Run For Your Lives! My 25 Fave Giant Monster Films http://www.listal.com/list/my-top-10-favorite-giant

Comicbook:
- Superhero Movies http://www.listal.com/list/yep-am-huge-comicbook
- Non-Superhero Movies http://www.listal.com/list/my-favorite-nonsuperhero-comicbook-movies

My Top Favorite Westerns, Pard'ner http://www.listal.com/list/westerns-thecelestial

Romance:
- Romantic Comedies http://www.listal.com/list/my-top-30-romantic-comedies
- Straight-Up Romance http://www.listal.com/list/romance-movies

Foreign:
- From Around The World http://www.listal.com/list/my-top-10-favorite-foriegn


Lists by decades:
20's
http://www.listal.com/list/10-20-my-fvaorite-films
30's:
http://www.listal.com/list/19301939-my-top-ten-favorite
40's:
http://www.listal.com/list/19401949-my-top-ten-favorite
50's:
http://www.listal.com/list/my-top-20-favorite-movies-thecelestial
60's:
http://www.listal.com/list/30-60s-my-favorite-films
70's:
http://www.listal.com/list/seventy-movies-70s
80's:
http://www.listal.com/list/my-favorite-100-films-80s
90's:
http://www.listal.com/list/films-from-the-1990s
00's
http://www.listal.com/list/200-first-decade-new-millennium
Of all time:
http://www.listal.com/list/150-favorite-movies


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Posted: 6 years, 4 months ago at Jul 17 10:04
great post.......i have not seen the monster house!
Posted: 5 years, 5 months ago at Jun 28 8:34
i am so glad you put chicken run and monster house! people dont seem to know they exist! :D
Posted: 4 years, 7 months ago at Apr 18 19:45
I agree! Monster house is awesome, and its always overlooked!

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