10 Animated Movies Girls Would Love to See
Whether they are little girls dreaming of fairylands or grown up women who know there doesn’t exist a Prince Charming, females love to see these all time classics, which also come with a moral. Have a look at 10 animated movies girls love to watch and pick your favorite from them.
Rapunzel got quite a late movie debut by Disney as compared to her other princess counterparts. She dazzled in 2010 all over the world in Tangled, which can also be enjoyed in 3D.
2. Finding Nemo
This film is a refreshing blast of cuteness and touching emotions. Nemo the lost clownfish, his father, his crackpot friend Dory, the crazy pelicans and the chilled turtles have all become iconic characters and can't be easily forgotten.
This film probably rates the highest on the cuteness meter. It has one of the most adorable protagonist, a dog named Bolt, who generates many sighs of ‘aww’ from girls everywhere when he is hit with the reality of his situation.
Disney picks up folk tales from different countries and makes them popular by adapting them as films. Mulan is the brave story of a courageous Chinese girl who saves her father by taking his place in the army. An apt role model for women, especially for the timid ones.
5. The Princess and the Frog
For the first time, a black woman became a Disney princess and debuted in the form of her highness Tiana. A feel good, sweet movie about her and a funny little frog prince.
6. Beauty and the Beast
Another Disney princess that has set standards for girls all over the world is Belle and her very different Prince Charming, an ugly repulsive beast. What the film stands out for is the moral it teaches viewers; that beauty is but skin deep, it’s the heart of the person that matters in true love.
Babe is a baby pink pig who has opinions on everything. She is a sweetheart and the way she interacts with other characters makes her the most loved film protagonist of all times.
8. The Last Unicorn
What can be more girly and sweet than a story about an innocent white unicorn; the epitome of girls’ imaginations. The sweet creature in the movie thinks she is the last of her kind and evokes sympathy and well, a few tears, from girls who see her struggle to find her kin while fighting enemies.
oraline is about a girl with the same name and is somewhat on the darker side as compared to the other colorful and sparkly extravaganzas here on the list. It narrates her story wherein she is transported to a different world that she has always dreamt about sitting in her sad home. It gives the message that imagination can take you anywhere, so lighten up girls; stop being practical bores.
10. The Little Mermaid
We all have grown up on a diet of Disney princesses and the most different among them was Ariel the mermaid. The half woman-half fish is the icon of bubbliness and goodness. This film is a visual delight showing underwater 2D animation, for the first time in the history of cinema.