2006's Animated Films

Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by The Storm, Apr 20, 2006.

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Pick a film......

  1. Over The Hedge

  2. Barnyard

  3. Happy Feet

  4. Hoodwinked

  5. Cars

  6. The Wild

  7. Other

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  1. The Storm Registered

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    Which one of the list are you most looking forward to and why etc?! This is a busy year for animated releases we've already seen Chicken Little and Ice Age II in the mainstream.

    I'm pretty excited about Happy Feet with Hugh Jackman, Robin Williams, Nicole Kidman and Elijah Wood. Two highly amusing trailers, its not hard to see the signature line already. I'm also looking forward to Hoodwinked and Over The Hedge.
     
  2. XwolverineX Registered

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    Cars.



    But Final Fantasy was the best of the year thus far.
     
  3. WorthyStevens Green Man

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    Are you from the U.S.? If so, Hoodwinked has already been out for a few months now & will be coming to dvd in may.
     
  5. The Storm Registered

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    :O I'm from the UK, wasn't aware that it was already released.
     
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    Charoletts Web(spell?)

    and Happy Feet.
     
  7. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    More cgi cartoons...yawn :(
     
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    Monster House
     
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    Monster House does look fun.
     
  10. Spidey-Bat Ours is the Fury

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    None of them seem that great. Over the Hedge and The Wild seem like rip offs of Madagascar, which wasn't great. Disney needs to go back to traditional animation.
     
  11. Galactus Devourer of Worlds

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    If I had to choose from that list I'd go with Cars, because it's the only one without talking animals. But not even that movie looks very interesting.
     
  12. Kmack Cheers!

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    Definitely Cars:up:
     
  13. Tissues Registered

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    I chose Over the Hedge because I enjoy the comic strip..
     
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    Whats funny is that the wild strated production before Madagascar.
     
  16. XwolverineX Registered

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    FF7: AC !! :D Yay!
     
  17. Cinemaman Registered

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    I voted for Happy Feet, it looks really funny and cool.

    Hope this movie will be great.

    I think it will make about $207m domesticly and $336m in overseas.

    But again, I see Cars making the biggest box office 2006 among animation movies.
     
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    Ghibli's tale of earthsea is coming out this summer. We will at least get ONE gem.

    Why isn't that in the poll ? Aside from Cars, it's the most important animated event of the year. :confused:
     
  19. Spidey-Bat Ours is the Fury

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    Obviously. Just look at the competition, pretty much crap.
     
  20. Cinemaman Registered

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    Over the Hedge - Cant see it making more than $200m, why? Because DVC will be serious competitor and will make huge box office.

    Happy Feet - As this is only one animation movie for kids in November, it will make enough money.

    Cars - This film will be next Incredibles in box office.

    The Wild - next Madagascar, cant see it making even more than $150m.
     
  21. XwolverineX Registered

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    You guy's suck, FF7 has to be in this poll.
     
  22. The Storm Registered

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    There is an other option. I forgot about FF7 sorry, I also forgot The Ant Bully.
     
  23. Cinemaman Registered

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    And also Meet the Robins.
     
  24. Galactus Devourer of Worlds

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    Considering it made less than $10 million in its opening weekend it won't come close to those numbers.

    Oh, and Happy Feet isn't the only animated movie in November. You forgot Flushed Away
     
  25. TheSaintofKillers Registered

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    FF7 came out last year. Everyone's seen it more than 7 months ago. It sure as hell doesn't count.

    Woah, i'm reading the whole list. My god, only crappy american CGI movies on it.

    If you're gonna make a 2006 animated thread, at least know a bit about animation and put some quality in it. :(
     

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