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    1. The Incredibles
    2. Finding Nemo
    3. Coco
    4. Wall•e
    5. Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse
    6. The Lego Movie
    7. Inside Out
    8. Moana
    9. Lilo & Stitch
    10. Frozen
    11. Big Hero 6
    12. Zootopia
    13. Kubo and the Two Strings
    14. Ratatouille
    15. The Emperor’s New Groove
    16. Tangled
    17. Up
    18. Shrek
    19. The Princess and the Frog
    20. Anomalisa

    I do watch animated movies outside of Disney/Pixar, I swear! I just don’t typically like them as much.


    Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse, The Incredibles, Inside Out, Up, and Shrek are all better than the movies that won BP in their respective years.

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    1. The Incredibles
    2. The Incredibles 2

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    Ok, I'll do my best. My Top 10:

    1. Sita Sings the Blues (Nina Paley, 2008)
    2. Blood Tea and Red String (Christiane Cegavske, 2006)
    3. It's Such a Beautiful Day (Don Hertzfeldt, 2012)
    4. Waltz with Bashir (Ari Folman, 2008)
    5. The Wolf House (Joaquín Cociña & Cristóbal León, 2018)
    6. Spirited Away (Hayao Miyazaki, 2001)
    7. Ratatouille (Brad Bird, 2007)
    8. Fantastic Mr. Fox (Wes Anderson, 2009)
    9. Strings (Anders Rønnow Klarlund, 2004)
    10. The Secret of Kells (Tomm Moore & Nora Twomey, 2009)

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    1. Finding Nemo
    2. Mary&Max
    3. Inside Out
    4. Summer Wars
    5. Your Name
    6. Wreck-It-Ralph
    7. The Emperor’s New Groove
    8. WALL-E
    9. Ratatouille
    10. Corpse Bride
    11. Howl’s Moving Castle
    12. When Marnie was there
    13. Fantastic Mr. Fox
    14. Atlantis:The Lost Empire
    15. Treasure Planet
    16. Lilo&Stitch
    17. Spirited Away
    18. Coraline
    19. The Incredibles
    20. Toy Story 3
    21. Up
    22. Despicable Me
    23. Cowboy Bebop: Knockin‘ on Heaven’s Door
    24. One Piece Movie 6: Omatsuri Danshaku to Himitsu no Shima
    25. Monster House
    26. Zootopia/Big Hero 6
    27. Finding Dory
    28. Meet The Robinsons
    29. Ponyo
    30. Princess and the Frog
    31. Tokyo Godfathers
    32. The Triplets of Belville
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    I'll just rank those which I rate 6+/10

    Spirited Away
    From Up on Poppy Hill
    Persepolis
    Finding Nemo
    Inside Out
    Toy Story 3
    Zootopia
    The Secret World of Arrietty
    Monsters, Inc.
    How to Train Your Dragon
    The Tale of the Princess Kaguya
    The Incredibles
    Futurama: Best With a Billion Backs
    The Emperor's New Groove
    Howl's Moving Castle
    How to Train Your Dragon 2
    Coco
    My Life as a Zucchini
    Fantastic Mr. Fox
    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
    Up
    The Adventures of Tintin
    Shrek 2
    April and the Extraordinary World
    Your Name
    WALL-E
    Frankenweenie
    The Wind Rises
    The Simpsons Movie
    Belleville Rendez-vous
    ParaNorman
    Shrek
    Wolf Children
    Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
    The Croods
    Monster House
    Tangled

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    okay let's re-do this

    1. Paprika
    2. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse
    3. Lilo & Stitch
    4. Rango
    5. The Tale of the Princess Kaguya
    6. Coraline
    7. WALL-E
    8. Fantastic Mr. Fox
    9. A Town Called Panic
    10. The Incredibles
    11. Winnie the Pooh
    12. Spirited Away
    13. ParaNorman
    14. Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence
    15. Ernest and Celestine
    16. Millenium Actress
    17. Zootopia
    18. Howl's Moving Castle
    19. Up
    20. Coco
    21. Song of the Sea
    22. Monster House
    23. Finding Nemo
    24. Moana
    25. The Secret World of Arrietty
    26. Kung Fu Panda
    27. The Adventures of Tintin
    28. Sita Sings the Blues
    29. Inside Out
    30. How to Train Your Dragon
    31. Pirates!
    32. Wreck-It Ralph
    33. The Emperor's New Groove
    34. The LEGO Movie
    35. Tangled
    36. Corpse Bride
    37. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
    38. Wreck-It Ralph 2
    39. Chicken Run


    my list of shamefully unseen
    Persepolis
    The Wind Rises
    The Princess and the Frog
    Tokyo Godfathers
    Your Name
    My Life as a Zucchini
    Waltz with Bashir
    The Secret of Kells
    The Red Turtle
    Boy and the World
    April and the Extraordinary World
    The Breadwinner
    Megamind
    Mary & Max

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    I thought "It's such a beautiful day" (and "Spirited away") would top most of the lists, but it is not showing up too much. Maybe people is not considering it as a full length movie? Or is it just that people don't like it so much? For me, from this decade, only it and "The Wolf House" can look face to face to the best works from the decade before (with several movies still unseen, of course, being my biggest blindspot "Your name").

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    Princess Kaguya not only can look face to face to the best of the previous decade, but widely surpasses them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McTeague View Post
    Princess Kaguya not only can look face to face to the best of the previous decade, but widely surpasses them.
    Also unseen. But I have Your Name higher in my watchlist.

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    I feel strange making a list without having seen some Hosoda and Shinkai films that are supposed to be essential, but these are all the animated movies I’ve seen that I consider great, or better (masterpieces and near-masterpieces!).

    *****
    1- The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (Takahata, 2013)
    2- The Wind Rises (Miyazaki, 2013)
    3- Waltz with Bashir (Folman, 2008)
    4- Inside Out (Docter & Del Carmen, 2015)
    5- Wall-E (Stanton, 2008)
    6- Millennium Actress (Kon, 2001)
    7- Howl’s Moving Castle (Miyazaki, 2004)

    **** ½
    8- It’s Such a Beautiful Day (Hertzfeldt, 2012)
    9- Blood Tea and Red String (Cegavske, 2006)
    10- Your Name (Shinkai, 2016)
    11- World of Tomorrow (Hertzfeldt, 2015)
    12- Finding Nemo (Stanton & Unkrich, 2003)
    13- Spirited Away (Miyazaki, 2001)
    14- The Lego Movie (Lord & Miller, 2014)

    ****
    15- Coco (Unkrich & Molina, 2017)
    16- Voices of a Distant Star (Shinkai, 2003)
    17- Isle of Dogs (Anderson, 2018)
    18- Song of the Sea (Moore, 2014)
    19- Ponyo on the Cliff (Miyazaki, 2008)
    20- The Emperor’s New Groove (Dindal, 2000)

    21- Wrinkles (Ferreras, 2011)
    22- Treasure Planet (Musker & Clements, 2002)
    23- The Boy and the Beast (Hosoda, 2015)
    24- Monsters, Inc. (Docter, Silverman, 2001)
    25- Anomalisa (Kaufmann, 2015)
    26- The Book of the Dead (Kawamoto, 2005)
    27- The Incredibles (Bird, 2004)
    28- The King of Pigs (Yeon, 2011)
    29- Shaun the Sheep: the Movie (Burton & Starzak, 2015)
    30- The Wolf House (Cociña & León, 2018)

    31- When Marnie Was There (Yonebayashi & Simone, 2014)
    32- Metropolis (Rintaro, 2001)
    33- Kung Fu Panda 3 (Carloni & Nelson, 2016)
    34- Mary and Max (Elliot, 2009)
    35- Coraline (Selick, 2009)
    36- The Simpsons Movie (Silverman, 2007)
    37- The Corpse Bride (Burton, 2005)
    38- Up (Docter, 2009)
    39- Kubo and the Two Strings (Knight, 2016)

    I see some of my placements have changed a bit from the first time I made this in 2016.

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    1. The Little Prince (2015)
    2. The Prophet
    3. Finding Nemo
    4. Lilo & Stitch
    5. Wall.E
    6. Isle Of Dogs
    7. Monsters, Inc
    8. The Incredibles
    9. Howl's Moving Castle
    10. Spirited Away

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    Quote Originally Posted by enthusiastic View Post
    1. The Little Prince (2015)
    2. The Prophet
    3. Finding Nemo
    4. Lilo & Stitch
    5. Wall.E
    6. Isle Of Dogs
    7. Monsters, Inc
    8. The Incredibles
    9. Howl's Moving Castle
    10. Spirited Away

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    Yeah, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya is devastating and gorgeously rendered and definitely tops my list. Have not seen enough “essentials” to feel confident ranking, but my #1 will probably remain.

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