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Watching a movie at the movie hall is an experience everyone loves to have. Whether it is a date or a get together with a group of friends, a movie hall is the best place to spend some quality time.
Watching an Animation Movie in the Movie Hall
Watching an animation movie in the movie hall can be great. And if it’s a 3D movie, the cinematic experience surely becomes a fantastic one. The best thing is, the movie halls nowadays have come up with various ways to ensure the movie lovers have a great time. You can even get discounts on movie tickets by using PVR promo code and club these along with e-wallet offers and bank offers to save up some extra bucks.
While we talk about watching animated movies at movie halls, there are plenty of others that you can still watch at home. The list of the best-animated movies is quite long, but here are a few that you can begin your journey with –
The Lego Movie (2014)
Set-up in the Lego construction toys worlds; where an ordinary Lego mini-figure fights against a big businessman who plans to take everything in the Lego world. This movie also has voices given by Chris Patt, Liam Neeson and Morgan Freeman and is produced by Warner Animation Group, a group of Warner Bros.
The Incredibles (2004)
Produced by Pixar, this film revolves around the Incredibles family who hides their superhero powers and leads a normal life. Mr. Incredibles falls into a trap and then how he and his family fight against the villain and the bad robots unleashing their superhero powers follow the rest of the story. The movie was released by Walt Disney Pictures.
Remy, a rat aspires to be a chef. Little did he know that people would not like to feast on the food prepared by him. This movie was produced by Pixar animation and distributed by Buena Vista Pictures Distribution and has voices given by Patton Oswalt and Lou Ramano.
Finding Nemo (2003)
One of the most popular animated movies, this film is about a dad who is in search of his son. The son gets abducted in the Great Barrier Reef and is sent to Sydney. The father goes on a mission to bring him back. The movie won the Academy Award for the Best Animated Feature and was also nominated in three more categories that year. The movie was produced by Pixar and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.
Toy Story (1995)
Yet another Pixar and Walt Disney collaboration, this movie revolves around the toys two toys of a young boy. The boy Andy, gets a new toy Buzz light-year for his birthday and hence the old toy Woody gets insecure about his importance. The movie has voices given by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen and was a huge success and two more parts in the series followed this movie. It also received three Oscar Nominations and received a Special Achievement Award.
How to Train Your Dragon (2010)
Produced by DreamWorks Animation Limited and distributed by Paramount Pictures, this film is about a boy who takes a dragon as his pet and trains it. The dragons should be killed according to his village rules. How the boy shows the people in his village that the dragons are not harmful and are actually friendly and helpful and how he trains his dragon forms the rest of the plot. The franchise went on to take two more parts.
Inside Out (2015)
The story revolves around a small girl who leaves her town and moves to a new town where she finds it difficult to adjust to the new life in this town along with the basic human emotions-anger, fear, joy, disgust, and sadness. The connect we get with our emotions is just impeccable. The movie was produced by Pixar and released by Walt Disney Productions. The film received Academy Award for Best Animated Picture, Golden Globe Award, BAFTA award to name a few.
This is the list of the best animation movies that you should surely watch. If you have not yet and want to watch it in a movie hall, the next time there is a prequel or a remake of these above-mentioned movies, rush to your nearest cinema hall and watch it. Also, while booking tickets online, use PVR cinema offers and promo codes to get cashback and exciting discounts.
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