happy feet has some very strong political undertones espeically towards the end, so yeah it recieves mixed reviews. Im at least happy its 'certified fresh' on rotten tomatoes tho, its a good movie, and for more reasons then its about penguins
and if you seriously think that ff7 advent children is like..a contender for the best animated movie....yeah. It would a contender for the BEST looking, but the storyline is crap. you must admit.
Well, I don't know in which way that's a â€œbadâ€ movie. If you look at pictures, you'll see that's one of the most realistic animated movie ever (according to me).
Here are some screenshot in poor resolution and quality, because Windows don't let me taking screenshots of my DVD :
(I think â€œFair useâ€ allows me to link those pictures).
And yeah, I think a film deserves to be included on your, errr, list, as soon as people liked it. I didn't contact AuroraBorealis but he came here and defended my opinion. I didn't contact KalinaEllenberg but he came here and I agree with FF7-2.
Monsters, Inc. and Toy Story 2 are gone. RIP two of Pixar's finest. Pixar will still be represented in the next round by Toy Story, Ratatouille, and now, The Incredibles (I'm not writing off A Bug's Life, or anything, but it will be going up against Beauty and the Beast. If it wins that contest, I will be shocked, personally. Then again, I couldn't believe Persepolis failed to receive even one vote. I love the unpredictability!). Along with The Incredibles, The Simpsons Movie moves on in what were both polls with good turnouts. Thanks everyone!
I'm sorry I couldn't include everything. I'll admit that at least a couple of borderline movies were cut for some which may have been more competitive in this community.
The latest couple of polls pulled off an AMAZING 40 total votes, though neither of the contests were close. The Lion King stomped all over Sleeping Beauty while The Nightmare Before Christmas absolutely destroyed South Park. Thank you all so much for your participation!