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31 – Aladdin– 1992

When street rat Aladdin frees a genie from a lamp, he finds his wishes granted. However, he soon finds that the evil has other plans for the lamp — and for Princess Jasmine. But can Aladdin save Princess Jasmine and his love for her after she sees that he isn’t quite what he appears to be?

32 – Fantasia– 1940

Released in 1940, represented Disney’s boldest experiment to date. Bringing to life his vision of blending animated imagery with classical music. What had begun as a vehicle to enhance Mickey Mouse’s career blossomed into a full-blown feature that remains unique in the history of animation.

33 – Incredibles 2– 2018

Everyone’s favorite family of superheroes is back in “Incredibles 2” – but this time Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is in the spotlight, leaving Bob (voice of Craig T. Nelson) at home with Violet (voice of Sarah Vowell) and Dash (voice of Huck Milner) to navigate the day-to-day heroics of “normal” life. It’s a tough transistion for everyone, made tougher by the fact that the family is still unaware of baby Jack-Jack’s emerging superpowers. When a new villain hatches a brilliant and dangerous plot, the family and Frozone (voice of Samuel L. Jackson) must find a way to work together again—which is easier said than done, even when they’re all Incredible.

34 – Chicken Run– 2000

Award-winning DreamWorks animation from the Aardman team, telling the story of a band of chickens doomed to a life of egg-laying on a Yorkshire chicken farm. When a flamboyant American rooster arrives on the scene, the hens hope he can teach them to fly to freedom. However, when a chicken-pie making machine is installed, their need becomes urgent and they must devise other means of escape.

35 – Bambi– 1942

In this Disney classic a young deer named Bambi joins his new friends, a rabbit named Thumper and a skunk named Flower, in exploring his forest home. As a boy, he learns from his doting mother and his father, The Great Prince of the Forest, that there are dangers in the open meadows where hunters can spot the animals, and he meets a beautiful young doe named Faline. As Bambi grows up, he learns that there is tragedy as well as beauty and joy in his forest world and on the path to adulthood.

36 – My Neighbor Totoro– 1988

This acclaimed animated tale by director Hayao Miyazaki follows schoolgirl Satsuke and her younger sister, Mei, as they settle into an old country house with their father and wait for their mother to recover from an illness in an area hospital. As the sisters explore their new home, they encounter and befriend playful spirits in their house and the nearby forest, most notably the massive cuddly creature known as Totoro.

37 – Finding Dory– 2016

Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) is a wide-eyed, blue tang fish who suffers from memory loss every 10 seconds or so. The one thing she can remember is that she somehow became separated from her parents as a child. With help from her friends Nemo and Marlin, Dory embarks on an epic adventure to find them. Her journey brings her to the Marine Life Institute, a conservatory that houses diverse ocean species. Dory now knows that her family reunion will only happen if she can save mom and dad from captivity.

38 – Rango – 2011

A chameleon (Johnny Depp) who has lived as a sheltered family pet finds himself in the grip of an identity crisis. Rango wonders how to stand out when it is his nature to blend in. When he accidentally winds up in a frontier town called Dirt, he takes the first step on a transformational journey as the town’s new sheriff. Though at first Rango only role-plays, a series of thrilling situations and outrageous encounters forces him to become a real hero.

39 – Pinocchio – 1940

When the woodworker Geppetto (Christian Rub) sees a falling star, he wishes that the puppet he just finished, Pinocchio (Dickie Jones), could become a real boy. In the night, the Blue Fairy (Evelyn Venable) grants Geppetto’s wish and asks Jiminy Cricket (Cliff Edwards) to serve as the wooden boy’s conscience. But the naive and trusting Pinocchio falls into the clutches of the wicked Honest John (Walter Catlett), who leads him astray to the sinful Pleasure Island.

40 – Toy Story 2 – 1999

Woody (Tom Hanks) is stolen from his home by toy dealer Al McWhiggin (Wayne Knight), leaving Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and the rest of the gang to try to rescue him. But when Woody discovers that he’s actually a valuable collectible from a once-popular television show called “Woody’s Roundup” and is reunited with his horse Bullseye, Jessie the yodeling cowgirl (Joan Cusack) and his faithful sidekick, Stinky Pete the Prospector (Kelsey Grammer), he doesn’t want to leave.

So there we go folks, part 3 of 5, please do feel free to drop in your suggestions for the next 2 parts. Also please do remember to stop by Stoner on a Rollercoaster‘s Blog, as this series is dedicated to her and say hello!

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Part 1 – Best Animation Movies

The Lion King – 1994

Spirited Away – 2010

How to Train Your Dragon – 2010

Inside Out – 2015

Finding Nemo – 2003

Toy Story – 1996

The Incredibles – 2004

Despicable Me – 2010

Sing – 2017

Puss in Boots – 2011

Shrek 2 – 2004

Shrek – 2001

Big Hero 6 – 2015

The Secret Life of Pets – 2016

WALL – E – 2008

Part 2 – Best Animation Movies

The Little Mermaid– 1989

The Iron Giant– 1999

Coco– 2017

Zootopia– 2016

The Nightmare Before Christmas– 1993

Kung Fu Panda– 2008

Tangled– 2010

Coraline– 2009

Moana– 2016

The Lego Movie– 2014

Wreck-It Ralph– 2012

Fantastic Mr. Fox– 2009

Monsters, Inc.– 2001

Beauty and the Beast– 1991

Ratatouille– 2007

Part 4/5 Tomorrow – If there are films you would like to see listed please drop a comment below in the comments section.

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  1. YAY Totoro! Or as Ben says “Toe-too-row-row” yes, he adds an extra syllable. Another awesome Ghibli that we watch in original Japanese.
    And Fantasia is the current “movie on repeat”. This is one I don’t mind at all. It’s an absolutely incredible movie considering when it was made. And still is, of course!

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  2. Hey Paula – l am a huge kid at heart and love watching these types of movies, admittedly l haven’t seen any recently though.

    It’s funny, you were privvy to the conversation that Stoner and l were having regarding Shrek a few nights ago, and l said l would dedicate this series to her, despite pingbacks and a notification, l don’t even know if she knows it’s happening?

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