The MoFo Top 100 Animated Films - The Countdown

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I watched Persepolis for this countdown and it was my #7. Really great movie. Might be the only one that I watched specifically for tjis list and made it.

Wreck It Ralph was my #13. Like Vicky, its a go to now when I want something fun. The best Disney in a really long time and destroys Frozen in my opinion.
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I loved Persepolis and Wreck-It Ralph, and they both made my top 10.

My list-

3. Rango
5. Persepolis
7. Animal Farm
8. Wreck-It Ralph
11. The Plague Dogs
13. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
16. The Wind Rises
18. Charlotte's Web
19. Kung Fu Panda
20. A Town Called Panic
21. Fantastic Planet
24. The Adventures of Prince Achmed (Near miss)
25. How the Grinch Stole Christmas



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Wreck It Ralph is such a great film: so much raw emotion balanced against such intelligent references and in-jokes. The AA-styled villains meeting, Ralph wrecking the car and him sacrificing himself while chanting his villains' mantra are stand-out scenes in an already exceptional film.

I haven't seen Persepolis yet, although I really should. It always looked really interesting to me.
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Persepolis is good (but didn't make my list).

Wreck-It Ralph was my #9. Like The Lego Movie, it is the details and references and gamer in-jokes that make this movie what it is. It's clever and fun and not too cutesy and consequently one of my favourite Disney movies.



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Wreck-It Ralph was my #17. It's cute, fun, and just an all around feel-good movie. I was a bit worried about it making the list because I don't hear much about it, but I'm glad to see so much love for it here.



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Needless to say, two great movies. They were both in my 26-30 zone, but on another day, they could be up to 10 places higher. I had about 25 movies vying for the last 10 places.
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Persepolis is great. It could've easily made my list, I just chose not to put it on. I knew it would make the list anyways... Glad to see it this high too.

Wreck-It Ralph I really liked, but it was never considered for my list.



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My list so far*** [/COLOR************ Its Place in the Countdown

1.
2.
3. Persepolis 28
4. The Curse of the Were-Rabbit-Wallace and Grommit *
58
5.
6.
7. Bambi**
50
8.
9.
10. Le Planete Sauvage
*45
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16. Coraline
**36
17.
18.
19.
20. Corpse Bride *
69
21. Ice Age
**Missed the Cut
22.
23. Alice in Wonderland
**33
24.
25.


I'm inspired to buy Wreck-It Ralph right now!
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Wreck-It Ralph instantly became one of my favorites... sadly I couldn't watch it in time for the countdown

It's such an amazing little movie, there is so much going on and such a nice twist!! And the "sugarland" oh my god, it had so much details and made me want to each so much sweet haha the storyline, the characters the funny parts, it was all so magical, I didn't want it to finish,I wanted to watch more and more of it.

I'm so sad I didn't watch it before, but well I had a lot to watch and I never thought it'd be so good. (What's new?)

I'm really happy to see it this high up, it definitely deserves the spot ^-^
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10. The Lego Movie
11.
12. The Rescuers: Down Under
13. Rango
14. Wreck-It-Ralph
15. The Pirates! Band of Misfits
16. How The Grinch Stole Christmas
17.
18. The Great Mouse Detective
19.
20.
21. SpongeBob: The Movie
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23.
24.
25. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Red is what I'm almost positive did NOT make it. 1-11 for SURE 100% will, the last batch can be iffy.

Also surprised I left The Simpsons off, it probably would have snuck on the list in the 20-25 range.
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It'd be a real shame if The Great Mouse Detective missed the list. It's such a great film (although I sadly left it off of my own list).





26. Waltz With Bashir - Voting Stats

Total Points: 266
Part of a Numeric Tie? No.
20 Votes: 1st Place (25 pts.), 2nd Place (24 pts.), Two 6th Place (20 pts. each), 7th Place (19 pts.), 8th Place (18 pts.), 9th Place (17 pts.), Two 10th Place (16 pts. each), Two 12th Place (14 pts. each), Two 15th Place (11 pts. each), 17th Place (9 pts.), Three 20th Place (6 pts. each), Two 21st Place (5 pts. each), 22nd Place (4 pts.)

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25. South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut - Voting Stats

Total Points: 283
Part of a Numeric Tie? No.
20 Votes: 1st Place (25 pts.), 2nd Place (24 pts.), Two 3rd Place (23 pts. each), Two 5th Place (21 pts. each), 6th Place (20 pts.), Two 7th Place (19 pts. each), Two 11th Place (15 pts. each), 14th Place (12 pts.), 15th Place (11 pts.), 16th Place (10 pts.), 20th Place (6 pts.), Two 21st Place (5 pts. each), Two 22nd Place (4 pts. each), 25th Place (1 pt.)



Waltz With Bashir is a film that I had put off watching for a long time. To say that an animated documentary about the traumas of war is outside my comfort zone is to make a gross understatement. But the film is strikingly beautiful, incredibly moving, and deeply disturbing. It is an experience that is not soon forgotten. I urge anyone who has not seen it to remedy that immediately.

That said, I really struggled with where to put Waltz With Bashir on my ballot. It's so unlike anything I've ever seen that I didn't know how to compare it to the rest. Ultimately I settled on giving it the number 12 position.



I've never cared for South Park - the show or the film.

My Ballot:
4. Wreck-It Ralph (#27)
6. Surf's Up (#99)
8. Over the Hedge (Near Miss)
9. Chicken Run (#51)
10. Charlotte's Web (#57)
11. Despicable Me (#61)
12. Waltz With Bashir (#26)
16. The Emporer's New Groove (#80)
21. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (#42)
22. Lilo & Stitch (#83)
24. Bambi (#50)



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Waltz with Bashir was one of few animated movies that I thought I would love, and did. It's a very cool movie and good for 10th place on my list.

Before I started watching new animations for this countdown, I wrote down every one I had already seen. South Park looked like a lock, and pretty high up, but after watching a whole lot more, it got squeezed out.

My list-

3. Rango
5. Persepolis
7. Animal Farm
8. Wreck-It Ralph
10. Waltz with Bashir
11. The Plague Dogs
13. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
16. The Wind Rises
18. Charlotte's Web
19. Kung Fu Panda
20. A Town Called Panic
21. Fantastic Planet
24. The Adventures of Prince Achmed (Near miss)
25. How the Grinch Stole Christmas