This week, we’re changing things up a bit! The topic for this week’s Top Ten Tuesday is: top ten favourite movies/TV shows. I’m going to have to go the route of movies, but I’m going to make it a little more specific. Here’s a list of my top 10 favourite animated movies. I’m a huge fan of animated movies as you’ll discover. Enjoy!
10. Disney’s Robin Hood – Is it strange that I had a bit of a crush on a character that’s a personified fox? Robin Hood (the fox) was a bad ass. He was so cool. No other version of Robin Hood compares to this movie.
9. Disney’s Alice in Wonderland – I love the wackiness of this story. Lewis Carroll’s novel turned into a trippy and somewhat scary children’s movie. It’s so insane and colourful.
8. Frozen – Yes, I’m a Frozen lover. What really drew me to this movie was that it reminded me so much of all of the Disney movies I watched growing up. It really appealed to that nostalgic side of me.
7. Ratatouille – This movie is one that my best friend and I share. It’s made it on to this list because there’s so many awesome memories associated with it.
6. Spirited Away – Hayao ❤ Best director ever. Spirited Away is definitely one of my favourites of his. Definitely a movies I can watch over an over again!
5. How to Train Your Dragon – Toothless’ smile. That’s all I have to say.
4. Wall-E – Definitely a movie that consistently makes me cry. What’s not to love? Wall-E is a sweet little machine with the purest of intentions, trying to find meaning in his repetitive existence in an empty world.
3. Up – Pixar you’ve done it again. You’ve made another movie that makes me cry every single time I watch it. Not only is it visually stunning, but the story is compelling and the characters are endearing. “I hid under your stairs because I love you!”
2. Despicable Me – This movie just makes me smile. I’m a sucker for the minions and the storyline itself if quite sweet. It always gives me a good chuckle.
1. Howl’s Moving Castle – Hayao Miyazaki is a genius. He’s an artist and creates unbelievably beautiful movies. Howl moves me every time I watch it. It’s an incredible story of a love that transcends appearance and materialism. It’s a love of the purest form. A real work of art.