I'm talking ultimate fable tier, the ones you would want your kids to watch over and over again and absorb all the values.
Can you beat this?
In the end i'd just want my kids to have fun and enjoy being a kid. As far as values go I don't want movies to be a parent to them.
Kids should be getting their values from their parents. Not from television.
this movies comfy as fuck
dont sweat the contrarian autisms below and above this post
i dunno if its the best animated but its up there. ill give a few seconds thought for other candidates. ive given up ratty wins.
toy story was good too
No one is saying you can't do both, unless you want to keep them from their friends who will be watching hours and hours of stuff and encouraging others to see the same 'cool' things.
Well it's just an example, I know it would prick their conscience to always have to think someone can know everything their thinking. But I haven't seen this consistency problem of always wanting the truth and not always wanting to tell it solved in all of psychology, performance will just have to be another side he/she has to deal with.
It is a bit too religious but I'd prefer that than smoking/gambling/addictions which the world is getting much better at.
>How to train your dragon
I found this a bit too pro-meekism and effeminate actually. All for the caring companion side of the story but it takes a dump on masculine competition (which is a great motivator outside of the physical sphere too even though it is most pronounced there).
I will believe that! I'm more interested in the themes, at least it is the same guy who wrote Ratatouille and The Incredibles, he seems to really care about upping the standard of kids stories.
Hmm, you might be onto something here, If it really is this way I expect that is why they are quickly pumping out a new one for the new SJW interpretation emma stone is doing (same reason I think they are pulling for the new pinocchio coming up)
What? They are remaking Pinocchio and making a SJW 101 Dalmatians?
Poor Walt is spinning in his grave right now.
Hmm will definitely check it out, for now I think I will stick with Peter Rabbit rummaging through Mr. McGreggggggor's garden again!!!
Watership Down seems to be a teen level flick though good luck getting them to think talking rabbits have anything to offer them at that age.
i am biased for ratatouille because im obsessed with rats
Maybe fox and hound?
This movie is incredibly sad, Jesus Hector Christopher.
I loved Ratatouille, because I love cooking good food :D
My choice would also include the lion king (is this still animated?), Finding Nemo, the fox and the hound (so sad) and the Avatar series maybe... even though it is not a movie...
Pacifist Eco warrior and a therapist with dream jumping capability. Like those are significant values I want her to idealise.
Fuck it, I might as well let my daughter have at all the contradictions and misvaluation of concepts that media has to offer so her husband will have no reason to trust her bungled use of language rather than seeing it as outright deceit.