Today, the topic is Five Animated Movies of All Time.
Back in the old golden days, Disney has rewarded us with a huge collection of stereotype movies, of a princess waiting for a prince, who will come to rescue her from the stepmother or whatever. Whether we take a look at Cinderella or Snow White, every story has the same conclusion.
In the wake of 2000, Disney and Pixar changed this prototype. Afterward, we saw a rich selection of inspiring life-changing movies. Along with entertainment, animated movies have become a masterpiece of creativity and inspiration. They are a center of Oscar-winning assortments. Let us take a quick roundup of some of the top animated movies that are always so encouraging.
The Lion King (2019)
The movie was a massive hit. This movie is a sequel of the old Lion King, released in 1994. The story revolves around Simba, a young lion prince, flees his kingdom after the murder of his father, Mufasa. Years later, a chance encounter with Nala, a lioness, causes him to return and take back what is rightfully his. The movie has an inspiring dialogue,
“The past can hurt
But the way I see it,
You can either run from it
or learn from it.”
The movie is a symbol of responsibility, respect, companionship, motherhood, honesty. It gives the lesson of moving forward, with the present towards the future, and letting the past go.
The movie was a huge hit. The film plot is all about two sisters, Anna and Elsa. Anna, who goes on an adventure to find her sister Elsa and break the spell that left their kingdom frozen. The story teaches us the importance of family and that you should never be afraid to be you. Let it go, don’t stress it out. Also, we get to know that the face of love isn’t always like a romantic type, it can be sisters too. And the most important, never give up until you succeed.
Finding Nemo (2003)
It is a charming movie about a little clown fish named Nemo, who gets separated from his dad. The movie, which shows an excellent father-son relationship, also teaches viewers that it’s okay to step out of your comfort zone, that you should never judge a book by its cover, and that you should be kind to everyone. The climax also has this in deep lesson of attempt, failure and success.
It is a highly motivating movie. The movie has this endless meaning of dreams, love, and passion. The story revolves around an elderly balloon-seller, who steps out to make the dreams of his wife come true. He ties hundreds of balloons to his home and flies away. But a young boy stows away inside of his house, and the two must learn to get along. Up teaches you that it’s never too late to follow your dreams as well as the importance of valuing other people. No dream is too big, no dreamer is too small.
The movie is a great inspiration for all the girls out there. It is the story of a princess, but it does not portray the stereotype image. Brave teaches that you don’t need a prince to come to sweep you off your feet in order to have a fulfilling life. Getting married and staying married is not the ultimate goal in life. Stand out for yourself, be you. Also, no matter how annoying you think your mom is, when she tries to get through you, she does mean well.
That’s all about five animated movies of all time. There is a full bucket of such Oscar-nominated amazing movies. Keep following Shortfundly, I’ll be posting more.