Hey folks, the Poor Man awards are coming soon, so you can vote on the Imagination Planet page on facebook. Though, I haven't seen all of 2011's animated movies so I can't make a top 5 list on it yet, but that doesn't mean you can't. Yes, I want to hear your opinion for the best animated movies of 2011 by making a top 5 list by commenting below. Then, when I do make the list, I will include some of your lists at the end! So, I want to hear your top 5 list, and to show you what you can include, here are the canidites below.
Gnomeo and Juliet
Based off of the tale we all know and love, they bring us the same tale, only with lawn gnomes? Well, it certainly is one of the more colorful films of the year. Let's see who loves the love in this flick!
Image as found on http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/2011/02/box-office-gnomeo-juliet-wins-oscar-weekend-outgrosses-justin-bieber.html
One of the few animated western tales, this is one of the most unique films on the list. With breath taking animation, off the screen action, and the great tale of the west, this is a film you can not miss. Let's see if Rango blends into your list?
Image as found on http://www.freepresshouston.com/film/rango/
Mars needs Moms
Ok, let's get this over with. It's about a boy named Milo who's mother got abducted by martians. Yep, the title says everything. Being the last film by Image Movers, let's see if people disagree with me.
Image as found on http://www.filmcritic.com/features/2011/03/mars-needs-moms-invasions-revisited-and-scifi-march-its-mailbag-time/
By the creators of the, like, last hundred of the Ice Age films comes the tale of Blu, who goes to Rio and gets caught up on an adventure to find his owner with his female counterpart Jewel. This film truly is a party, but does it soar far enough to be one of the best?
Image as found on http://www.thefilmpilgrim.com/reviews/rio-3d-review/2593/attachment/rio-review-the-film-pilgrim-nico-blu-and-pedro
The film critics say made them feel hoodwinked, but is the film really what they say? Image as found on http://www.fe-media.com/FEmedia.mov.hoodwinked2.html
Kung Fu Panda 2
Po is back in the adventure to save kung fu and find the loveable panda's origins. With one of the greatest villians of all time, a bit of mystery, and a lot of suspence, this film really will kick it's way to one of the tops.
Image as found on http://kungfupanda.wikia.com/wiki/Shen
Pixar returns it's tale about the adventure of cars? Well, you have to see it to understand. But, wow, talk about being different from the original.
Image as found on http://cars-2.movie-trailer.com/
Winnie the Pooh
Ok, we all think Disney is back on it's new age, but will Winnie the Pooh cause an early casualty. We all know it won't, oh no, Wreck it Ralph will do that job.
Image as found on http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/winnie_the_pooh_2011/
Puss in Boots
Dreamworks promises the Shrek series is over, but, hey look at that, loophole. Will the golden eggs buy it's way to the top. No, that would be a bribe.
Image as found on http://www.thatfilmguy.co.uk/puss-in-boots-2011
Happy Feet 2
Mumble is taking baby steps into the film industry, but can he walk the extra mile to make it here?
Image as found on http://www.film.com/movies/a-lingering-question-we-hope-is-answered-in-happy-feet-2
From the creators of Surf's Up and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, they tell the question we all ask during the best time of the year, well, besides how Santa can eat all of those cookies alive. Will this early christmas present be a star on the tree?
Image as found on http://www.screendaily.com/box-office/arthur-christmas-dominates-uk-box-office-on-christmas-weekend/5036079.article
The Adventures of Tintin
Considered by many to be the best animated movie of the year, this epic adventure is definantly an anticipated suprise.
Image as found on http://filmophilia.com/2011/10/26/film-review-the-adventures-of-tintin/