We’re about to have a Halloween-themed year, and with the new year upon us, we can’t help but be excited about all the upcoming animated movies. The first film on the list is Hotel Transylvania, which is a fun reflection on the Halloween theme. While many of these movies have traditionally strayed away from the usual vampires and monsters, this year’s movie sees the beloved characters take a holiday. This time around, though, they’re still horribly entertaining, thanks to some of the best voices in the business.
“Ratatouille” is one of the most beloved Pixar movies. The film’s premise is absurd, but its message has always been universal. It follows a food-loving rat named Remy, who ends up working at the best restaurant in Paris.
It’s also a great family film that will keep the whole family amused. Not only will your children be entertained, but parents can get in on the fun too. There are a variety of films on the list that are appropriate for all age groups, so you’re sure to find something you’ll enjoy.
“Big Hero 6” is a fun, action-packed movie with plenty of humor and heart. It stars an artificial intelligence genius (Baymax) and an ordinary girl (Hiro). “Tangled” is another great family musical adventure comedy. Rapunzel is a naive girl who dreams of roaming the world. Along the way, she meets an adorable feline named Flynn.
“Finding Dory” feels like a half-baked adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic book. Although the film feels rushed, it’s still an entertaining movie, with a strong ending. The film’s subplot involving a cat, which isn’t very interesting, doesn’t ruin the movie. If you’re a fan of Pixar, this movie will be one of the top films of the year.
Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again
The next installment of the “Night at the Museum” franchise is on the way. The new CGI animated movie will debut on Disney+ in December 2022. It will follow the adventures of Larry and his son Nick. The film will also feature new characters like Joan of Arc. It is produced by Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps production company.
Night at the Museum: Kahmun Raases Again is the fourth installment of the Night at the Museum film series. It is the sequel to “Secret of the Tomb,” which was released in 2014. The film follows Nick Daley, the son of Larry Daley, who returns to the museum to help out his father. He is also tasked with saving the museum from Kahmunrah.
Ben Stiller does not reprise the role of Larry Daley in the new film, but the animated movie could have him appearing in a small cameo. While Stiller isn’t reprising his role as Larry, the new movie should still be a fun experience.
“Klaus,” the first film in Netflix’s “Despicable Me” franchise, combines traditional 2D animation with newer techniques for a film that feels both nostalgic and new. With a star cast including Jason Schwartzman, J.K. Simmons, Rashida Jones, and Joan Cusack, this film combines traditional animation and computer-generated imagery to create a world full of life and imagination.
“Klaus” is a delightfully convoluted origin story of the Santa Claus mythology. It reverse-engineers the Christmas spirit and shows what happens when the sleigh comes before the reindeer. The film starts in a fictional Scandanavian country, where Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) and the sleigh (J.K. Simmons) arrive at a remote village. Klaus then helps the village come together and Jesper’s selfish perspective on life starts to change.
“Klaus” is an excellent movie for the entire family. The film’s cleverness lies in its ability to ground the Santa mythology in reality. The film is packed with moments of the jolly old man, with kids leaving cookies out for Santa and adults writing letters to him. It also cleverly reveals Kris Kringle’s somber past. Overall, it’s a charming film, but it could have used a better marketing campaign to reach its audience.
“Klaus” isn’t a perfect film. While the main characters are likeable, some parts of it are less engaging than others. There’s a bland romantic relationship between Jesper and Klaus, and the aforementioned love interest is not particularly memorable.
Oni: Thunder God’s Tale
In this fantasy adventure game, you’ll play the role of young Onari, a young girl who lives in an oddball world of monsters and gods. Determined to follow in the gods’ footsteps, she has yet to reveal her unique powers. She’ll use her newfound powers to defeat the monsters and save the world from an impending calamity.
Although the plot seems simple and simplistic, this fantasy anime has plenty of depth. It features gorgeous animation and tackles some difficult subjects. This movie is geared towards seven to 12-year-olds, but it’s not without its share of gore and horror. Fortunately, the show’s last few scenes are incredibly touching.
Oni: Thunder God’s Tale starts off with a frightened village. In addition to worrying about their children’s future, the Oni discovers that humans are deforestation the mountain. As a result, the Onari befriends a young man named Calvin, who is an environmentalist. In addition, Onari finds out that a real estate company has encroached on the mountain to build a mall.
The Oni have many characteristics that make them a threat to mankind. They are dark creatures who destroy villages. They also killed Tengu’s parents, which made them more powerful. The deaths of Kami spirits also helped the Oni gain power. The last remaining place for Kami folk is Mt. Kamigami. The bridge is called the Modori Bridge, and it’s a dividing line between Oni and Kami.
Despicable Me is a successful franchise that has racked up two sequels and a reboot since the first film was released in 2015. The film was produced by Illumination and distributed by Universal Pictures. It starred Jason Segel as the titular anti-hero Gru. The second installment features a more mature Gru, who becomes a secret agent for the Anti-Villain League. He and his anti-heroine minions team up to fight the villain El Macho.
The sequel to Despicable Me, The Rise of Gru, was delayed by two years. It’s one of the highest-grossing movies of all time, and Universal was loath to send it to streaming services. While the sequel may be a bit less successful than the original Despicable Me, it’s still a great movie. It has a lot of fun callbacks and a heart.
Another animated film slated for release in 2022 is The Bad Guys, from Dreamworks. This film is based on popular children’s books by Aaron Blabey. It’s an action-packed heist film, directed by Perifel, who has worked on many Dreamworks projects, including the short film Bilby. Perifel also worked on the Kung Fu Panda series and the Shrek Forever After films.
Minions are a character resembling a human being, which is why the story of the Minions has appeal for adults. Their backstories are portrayed in the film, and they have impulses and are subject to impulses. While the storyline is adult-friendly, the story itself is very kid-friendly and will keep the kids laughing.
While “Lightyear, The Best Animated Movies Of 2022” has great animation and good voice talent, it lacks the emotional impact of previous Pixar movies. Its story is bland, and it fails to reach the infinity that it’s so often credited with. But, with its adorable robot kitty and beautiful animation, “Lightyear” is a fun cartoon motion picture that’s worth checking out.
Lightyear is a spinoff from the “Toy Story” series and centers on Buzz Lightyear, the titular robot. The film takes place in the 1990s, but does not share the same universe as the main “Toy Story” movies. This spinoff is framed as a movie young Andy watched when he was younger. The film was directed by first-time director Angus MacLane and has a nostalgic effect, reminiscent of classic sci-fi adventures.
While the story could have been more complete and explored Lightyear’s history, Evan’s voice is perfect for the role. The movie is a must-see for fans of the Toy Story franchise. The movie is also a good choice for kids and adults.
Pixar’s animators are at the peak of their craft in Lightyear, as it leans away from the cartoonish style and toward realism. The faces are still caricatured, but the film doesn’t risk falling into the uncanny valley of over-realized characters. This is an amazingly cinematic movie for a Pixar film.