You Can Never Be Too Old! Animated Movies We Love As Adults

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July 12, 2013 ‐ By Kelly Franklin

Face it, we’re all kids at heart! If you catch yourself singing the theme song to Tinga Tinga Tales when your child is nowhere around, then you can appreciate the hearty laugh and storyline animated movies and cartoons provide. With kooky humor that we can relate to as adults, these films make it as easy for us to watch as our children. Plus we’re catapulted back into a carefree, whimsical world where giggles and knee-slapping ha-has are allowed, and nothing less – no stress, no worries. Let’s move it, move it to see which animated favorites we have in common.

Madagascar

What happens when four pampered wild animals from the New York Central Zoo escape? All chaos breaks loose, especially when they find themselves on the island of Madagascar in the mist of many crazy, dancing lemurs! Don’t forget about the Navy Seal penguins and their wild, covert mission to help save them.

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  • BAP

    Tangled,Princess & the frog,rugrats in paris,and shrek 2 are my personal faves

  • jasper

    I’m going in, I don’t care
    wallace and gromit,
    rocka doodle,
    chicken little,
    james and the giant peach,
    who framed roger rabbit even though it had humans its still was animated,
    transformers the movie 1986, Im getting old,
    secret of the nymph,
    an american tale,
    the brave little toaster
    the sword in the stone
    Chicken run
    Dinosaurs
    Jungle book
    duck tales the movie
    robin hood
    Lady and the tramp we watched it all the time in the 3rd grade
    101 dalmations
    All dogs go to heaven
    Mickey’s christmas
    rescuers down under

    • Oh

      I think you might mean “The Secret of N.I.M.H.” but then “secret of the nymph” is probably an adult favorite of another genre.

    • Miss_Racquel

      get em!!! you just went in! lol

  • bishop

    Love these movies, got into watching them after I had my daughter. Incredibles and Puss N the boots, are some of my all time faves. Astro boy is really good too.

  • Ladydi82

    The Princess and the frog, beauty and the beast, all dogs go to heaven, meet the robinsons and alice in the wonderland should be here. *open eyes wide*

  • A_Tay

    I thought Nemo and Kung Fu Panda were very boring but Im still waiting on a sequel to The Incredibles. That movie was 100% awesome!!!!!!

  • Sexkitten

    Your Right Shebe …. Where in the hell is Princess and The Frog you forget to put the first black princess movie that is so bull

    • H. U. S.

      I think that Princess & The Frog sparked too much controversy to be placed on the list. There should have been a 1st black prince in the movie too…would have made that movie a(n) instant classic!

  • SheBe

    NOW WAIT JUST A DAMN MINUTE?! Did I miss it? WHERE THE HELL IS THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG?!?!?!?!?!?! That’s the BEST Disney movie since the Lion King!

  • Realityh03$Anonymous….ohwait

    Of all the movies the 1 i didnt LOVE or really like was Finding Nemo. *Kanye shurg* However i cant wait for Finding Dori *Kanye shrug*