10 Top Rated Animated Movies For Kids To Build Creativity

10 Top Rated Animated Movies For Kids To Build Creativity

Take the remote, smuggle some extra-large bowl of popcorns and ice cream, and nestle down in your favorite couch place to get ready with your little buds to experience a complete trail of impeccably crafted stories.

Best Animated Movies For Kids

At DuniyaKiAwaz, we’ve been on the kid’s favorite film circuit a while and here, we have accumulated the ones that we rate the Best 10 Animated Movies For Kids that everyone can enjoy, regardless their age or gender.

1. Spirited Away

Released Year: November 7, 2002

Director: Hayao Miyazaki

IMDB: 8.6

Movie Studio: Studio Ghibli

“Spirited Away” presents one of the finest Cinematic culture of the Japanese animation industry, Studio Ghibli to be very precise. The movie is a fantastic treat for younger as well as adult ones, offering rich background details, fluid artistry in the making of every character and their personification and unparallel storyline. 

The tale is about a 10-year-old girl, Hayao Miyazaki and her parents who stumble upon a seemingly abandoned amusement park one day. The parents seemed quite hungry, and they soon began eating when they noticed a finely appearing stall, filled with assorted cuisines. To Hayao’s surprise, after quite a time, they turned into pigs. Well, this is when the storyline and moral gestures started to play together. Give it a watch to praise the beauty even after a few days!

2. Howl’s Moving Castle

Released Year: September 6, 2005

Director: Hayao Miyazaki

IMDB: 8.2

Movie Studio: Studio Ghibli

If you are searching for the best animated movies for kids, then Studio Ghibli movies can provide a list of numerous answers.

Another fantasy tale, cleverly presented by Studio Ghibli, “Howl’s Moving Castle” is yet a great representation of imagination, art and cinematic freedom. Resonating European vibes, the tale is about a girl named Sophie and her distinctive relationship with a flamboyant wizard, Howl.

3. My Neighbour Totoro

Released Year: April 16, 1988

Director: Hayao Miyazaki

IMDB: 8.2

Movie Studio: Studio Ghibli

The third place is again secured by one of the most enigmatic and children’s favourite tales, “My Neighbour Totoro”. The story is about the two girls and her mother, who just shifted to a new house that happened to be in the countryside so that their mother can easily commute to her workplace, the country hospital.

This is when, the girls grew their friendship with a giant, cuddly cat named Totoro. Their innocent and Totoro like chimera permeate the heart of the film with a message – ‘hope and optimism are best pivots during the times of hardship’.

4. Kung Fu Panda – Series

Released Year: 2008, 2011, 2016

IMDB: 7+

Movie Studio: DreamWorks Animation

Witness the cuteness and chubbiness of a cute (and quite huge) Panda, Po and his journey across the time. From being an ambitious cook at his Papa’s restaurant to a Dragon warrior (not so glorious moment for many, especially for one of Kung Fu masters, Shifu), Po learned as well as taught many lessons to his comrades. One of the intriguing animated movies for kids, “Kung Fu Panda” movies are instilled with great humorous punch lines and morals

5. Wall-E

 Released Year: August 14, 2008

Director: Andrew Stanton

IMDB: 8.4

Movie Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

A profoundly thought provoking animated treat for people of every age, “Wall-E” ought to be on the list to realise yet another peak of Cinematic excellence.

This is a story of a waste cleaning and recovering machine/robot on Earth, the last by-product of Humans, who left the shattered environment of Earth and now living in a Brobdingnagian spaceship (as if nothing happened). This machine after quite a long time meets another robot and falls in love with her (as shown). The duo set out on a mission that will then alter the fate of mankind.

6. The Lion King

Released Year: June 15, 1994

Director: Rob Minkoff, Roger Allers

IMDB: 8.5

Movie Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

Richly drawn and conceptualised, “The Lion King” is an emotionally stirring and beautifully animated picture from the house of Disney. The story follows the adventures of young lion Simba. The story engulfs almost everything that every royal family has been seen fighting for – the crown.

A lot to learn and entertained, “The Lion King” is one of the must watch animated movies for kids in Disney’s pantheon of classic family films.

7. Ratatouille

Released Year: June 28, 2007

Director: Brad Bird

IMDB: 8

Movie Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

“Ratatouille” is a Cinematic adorb that pulls all the cords tight to make you say ‘yes’ to the movie. From a chubby rat family to insensitive humans (mostly), this is a story with a squeaky clean message – ‘you can be whatever you want to be, whoever you want to be, regardless of your species’.

8. Zootopia

Released Year: March 3, 2016

Director: Rich Moore, Byron Howard

IMDB: 8

Movie Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

The tale has enough pull to keep your younger ones well entertained, while an unsettling message for adults. 

“Zootopia,” a fantasy tale set in a utopian city where prey and predators now live together in harmony. But it took a twisted dark turn after some time, which was then secretly investigated by a rookie office (a fox). The powerful controlling government and high authoritarian people seem to portray predators here and common class citizens as prey. Watch today with your little one to explore more together.

9. Up

Released Year: August 20, 2009

Director: Pete Docter

IMDB: 8.2

Movie Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

“Up” is a heart wrenching tale of a 78-year-old balloon salesman, Carl Fredricksen who set on a journey of fulfilling a dream, which he and his deceased wife had seen together. He tied his house to thousands of helium balloons in the hope to reach a place that they had once dreamt of together. It wouldn’t be easy but surely an adventurous one.

Slide this one as the best animated movies for kids and adults for a family movie night.

10. Mulan

Released Year: June 5, 1998

Director: Tony Bancroft, Barry Cook

IMDB: 7.6

Movie Studio: Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation

Infuse a fearless, clever, and ambitious spirit into your little bud with “Mulan”, a classic favorite, cinematic experience that will surely build his/her strength. Set in the historical place of China, “Mulan” is a story of a brave-hearted girl who set out on a journey, which was only reserved for men or boys, as a Chinese army ‘man’. How her impersonating character wins the likeness of the whole country is surely a treat to watch.

BONUS POINT

11. The Mitchells vs. the Machines

Released Year: April 23, 2021

Director: Michael Rianda

IMDB: 7.8

Movie Studio: Sony Pictures Animation

It’s all about the rising fondness of digital gadgets and electronics among people of all ages. An exciting summary of Terminator, bombastic animation skills along with the message of the importance of family values, make this one of the best-animated movies for kids this year.

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