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TOP 10 Best Animated Films of the 21st Century, according to IMDb

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Animated films may have a childhood flavor, but there are many titles out there that make children, adults and seniors feel alike when watching the current cartoon. The best rated animation movies on IMDb (Internet Move Database) are proof of that!

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The site brings together reviews from around the world about the cinematographic universe, and is a great indication of how pleasing productionor (or not) your audience.

If you’re looking for exciting cartoon nominations, check out the list of the best animated movies released from the year 2001:

10) Howl’s Moving Castle (2004) – IMDb Score: 8.2/10

The Japanese fantasy displayed in Howl’s Moving Castle features the story of young Sophie who is cursed by a witch and turns into a 90-year-old lady. The character goes on an adventure to the Andante Castle to ask for help from an enigmatic sorcerer.

  • Director: Hayao Miyazaki;
  • Author: Diana Wynne Jones;
  • Available to watch: HBO Max.

9) Inside Out (2015) – IMDb Score: 8.2/10

Disney’s animation shows how the emotions in Riley’s brain control room try to deal with the changes that are happening in the life of the 11-year-old girl and her family.

  • Director: Pete Docter;
  • Authors: Pete Docter and Ronaldo Del Carmen;
  • Available to watch: Disney Plus.

8) Finding Nemo (2003) – IMDb Score: 8.2/10

Marlin, a clownfish, is an overprotective parent to Nemo, a very curious little fish. Marlin is forced out of his carefully planned and safe routine when his son is captured by a diver. The start of an ocean-crossing adventure!

  • Director: Andrew Stanton;
  • Available to watch: Disney Plus.

7) Toy Story 3 (2010) – IMDb Score: 8.3/10

The third Toy Story sequence shows how Andy’s favorite toys try to avoid the greatest fear of their lives: being forgotten by their owner, who is now no longer a child. This is the beginning of the new odyssey of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and other friends that is worth seeing and revisiting!

  • Director: Lee Unkrich;
  • Available to watch: Disney Plus.

6) Up: High Adventures (2009) – IMDb Score: 8.3/10

Widower Carl Fredricksen finds a way to continue living in his home when he is threatened with institutionalization. What the old man didn’t count on was that Russel, an 8-year-old boy, accidentally boarded his houseboat heading to South America.

  • Director: Pete Docter;
  • Available to watch: Disney Plus.

5) Your Name (2016) – IMDb Score: 8.4/10

Mitsuha and Taki are two young people with completely different life stories and ambitions, but through an inexplicable magic, they connect through dreams. Check out the trailer!

  • Director: Makoto Shinkai;
  • Author: Makoto Shinkai;
  • Available to watch: HBO Max.

4) Viva – A Vida É uma Festa (2017) – IMDb Score: 8.4/10

In Viva – A Vida É uma Festa, we meet Miguel and his family’s prohibition against becoming a musician. Miguel’s journey gains exciting new chapters when the boy discovers the amazing and colorful Land of the Dead.

  • Directors: Adrian Molina, Lee Unkrich;
  • Authors: Adrian Molina, Lee Unkrich, Matthew Aldrich and Jason Katz;
  • Available to watch: Disney Plus.

3) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) – IMDb Score: 8.4/10

After the death of Peter Parker, a young black man from Brooklyn, Miles Morales, is hit by a radioactive web. When visiting the ancient Spider-Man’s tomb, Miles is surprised by the visit of his idol who came from a parallel dimension.

  • Directors: Peter Ramsey, Bob Persichetti, Rodney Rothman;
  • Producers Sony Pictures Animation and Marvel Entertainment;
  • Available to watch: Disney Plus and Paramount+.

2) Wall-E (2008) – IMDb Score: 8.4/10

The film shows the journey of Wall-E, a little robot whose mission is to compact the garbage left by humans on Earth. When a more modern robot arrives on the planet, Eva, Wall-E falls in love with her and starts to accompany her everywhere.

  • Director: Andrew Stanton;
  • Screenplay: Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter and Jim Reardon;
  • Available to watch: Disney Plus.

1) Spirited Away (2001) – IMDb Score: 8.6/10

The Japanese animation shows the adventure of Chihiro’s family when they move into a new house. When the 10-year-old girl’s father takes a mysterious shortcut in the road, they discover a world full of mystery and danger.

  • Direction and screenplay: Hayao Miyazaki;
  • Available on: Netflix.

And then, like our list of best animated movies of the 21st century? Tell us in the comments which titles you know!

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