The best cartoon movies of the past century – the year that was – have been selected for inclusion in a new book by author and cartoonist Ravi Gupta.
The book is titled The Best Cartoon Movies of the Millennium.
It was first published in 2016, and the authors have also released a compilation of their picks.
While there were no winners in the top five categories, they did pick the best animated movies of this century.
The list includes the likes of “The Princess and the Frog”, “The Lion King”, “Frozen”, “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Wreck-It Ralph”.
Gupta said the selection process was about being selective and about finding the best films that are different in tone, style, subject matter, and subject matter of the cartoons.
The top five picks are:”Frozen” – the story of the titular characters and the icy powers of the kingdom of Arendelle are explored in the best cartoon animated movie of the decade.
It’s also a big hit, and won the coveted Best Animated Film prize at the 2016 Oscars.
“Fargo” – it’s the most successful animated movie, which was nominated for the Best Animated Feature Oscar and won Best Animated Short at the Oscars.
It also won a Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Comedy.
“Wreck it Ralph” – one of the best-known cartoons of all time, the animated short that inspired Pixar to make their film, has been the best selling movie of all-time.
Gupta also picked “Hobbit” for best animated film, saying it’s one of those films that is “so timeless that you just can’t get tired of watching it”.
Guptas list also includes “Tinker Bell”, “Aladdin” and the best animation of the year, “The Jungle Book”.
Guap’s selection of cartoons included classics like “The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad” and classic Disney classics like the original “Beauty and the Beast”.
Guapta also picked a classic from the 1960s like “Sleeping Beauty”.
Guppa has also been nominated for best cartoon book, which he wrote, and was nominated again for best animation short at the Academy Awards in 2019.