Disney is certainly known as a leading company in the field of animation, but there are several films such as "Shrek" and "Anastasia" that the audience mistakenly They are thought to have been produced by this company. Disney has been producing various animations for decades, which is why it is known as one of the most well-known companies in the field.
However, often, other studio animations are mistaken Attributed to Disney. This is sometimes due to the animation style used or sometimes due to the voice actors and the presence of a princess in the film. But just because we think a Disney movie is made does not mean that the movie was made by this company.
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It doesn't really matter if these studios are a regular studio like DreamWorks or an unfamiliar studio like Leica, because it must be because of the movies and animations of the last decade. They have been praised for their productions and their animations should not be attributed to another company. So this article introduces 10 animated films that are often confused with Disney movies but are not produced by this company
10. The Land Before History
- Director: Dan Blatt
- Cast: Gabriel Damon, Judith Barsi, Will Ryan
- Release Date: 1988
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 70 out of 100
Universal Pictures, along with two other companies, released the "Land of Prehistory" animation, and it was not long before this animation was able to achieve great popularity. Not only did the animation become a huge success at the box office when it was released, but it also became an inspiration to Steven Spielberg, creating the embellishment, the animation studio that failed to shine so much over time. The year became part of DreamWorks. "Prehistoric Land" can be considered an animation that changed the course of animation history, and by dealing with heavy themes, it was able to be extremely successful and have a great impact on movies and TV series, and even led to the production of a video game.
- Director: Dan Blatt
- Cast: Judy Benson, John Hurt and Gilbert Gottfried
- Release Date: 1994
- IMDb rating per movie: 6.2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 76 out of 100
This film, which uses music by Barry Manilo, is very similar to Disney-made animated films, and the only difference is its animation style. While you may hear some familiar voices that are always heard in Disney animations, such as the voices of the legendary Judy Benson, John Hurt and Gilbert Gottfried, this film is not very similar in style and context to standard Disney animated films. . However, for the most part, users think that this movie was also made by Disney.
- Director: Andrew Adamson li>
- Cast: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, John Lithgo
- Release Date: 2001
- IMDb rating per movie: 7.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 88 out of 100
Although many companies are always trying to emulate Disney's animation style to make best-selling animations and incorporate the same tone into their stories, Shrek was produced by DreamWorks. It does not contain any signs of classic Disney animations, although many still consider it one of the company's animations. Because "Shrek" can be considered one of the pioneering animations that led to the creation of modern animations and provided the necessary basis for their production. Shrek, in which unique jokes are narrated, is an animation that is suitable for all ages. And its unique soundtrack also made DreamWorks a competitor to Disney in 2001, and that led to Three feature-length sequels and a spin-off movie will be made later. Therefore, it is safe to say that "Shrek" was one of those influential animations whose impact on modern animation has been greatly underestimated so far.
- Director: Henry Silicon li>
- Cast: Dakota Fanning, Terry Hatcher, Jennifer Saunders
- Release Date: 2009
- IMDb rating per movie: 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 90 out of 100
"Coraline" is often seen as a movie like "Christmas Nightmare" because they both fit into the cinematic world of stop motion. However, unlike the first version, which was released under Walt Disney Touch Stone Pictures and later received the official Disney label, Coraline was released by Leica. that studio, which had nothing to do with Disney.
This film, based on the novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman, is often regarded as one of the first real-life horror films to target children. It was Leica's first feature film and won numerous awards for its production quality, soundtrack and character design.
- Director: Chris Wedge
- Cast: Ray Romano, Dennis Larry, Jack Black
- Release Date: 2002
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.5 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 77 out of 77 100
"Ice Age" and its four long sequels are all produced and published by Blue Sky. Ice Age, the studio's first official film and franchise, revolutionized children's animation and the use of special computer effects in the early 2000s. Finally, both Blue Sky and 20th Century Fox were acquired by Disney in 2019, and the company was recently shut down for good in 2021. Disney has tried several times since then to continue this franchise and has told many stories about the characters of this icy world.
5. The Swan Princess
- Director: Richard Rich
- Cast: Sandy Duncan, John Cleese, Jack Balance
- Release Date: 94
- IMDb rating per movie: 6.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 50 Of the 100
"Swan Princess" produced by Nest Entertainment and Rich Animation Studios and distributed as a New Line movie label, it is a very familiar style of hand-drawn 2D animation. benefits. The film tells a fantasy musical based on the classic Swan Lake ballet. Attract people and become a memorable film. In addition, "Princess Swan" was eventually nominated for a Golden Globe Award, and after its home release, not only did its fame increase, but a series of sequels were made in connection with it, and the film was able to become a full-fledged franchise.
4. The Road To El Dorado
- Director: Dan Paul
- Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Kevin Klein, Rosie Perez
- Release Date: 2000
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 48 out of 100
"Towards El Dorado" made by DreamWorks during the two decades of its production has been able to attract a large number of fans of the pill and Become one of the most well-known animators ever made. The film, DreamWorks' third animated feature film, features soundtrack by Hans Zimmer and a narration written and sung by Elton John, and its animation style is very similar to that of Disney animation. "
Although the film's box office performance and Raton Tomitoz's ratings have earned it the status of a second-rate animation, dozens of critics, actors and moviegoers have said in the past few years that they feel" Towards El Dorado "has been severely underestimated and is one of those animations that has not been able to reach the position it deserved.
3. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
- Director: Peter Ramsey
- Cast: Mahershala Ali, Jake Johnson, Chris Payne
- Release Date : 2018
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.4 out of 100
- 97 out of 100
Although Marvel is currently owned by Walt Disney Studios, "Spider-Man: Into Spider-Man" It was an animation made exclusively by Sony Pictures. Recognized as one of the greatest films of the superhero genre of all time and a breakthrough in the world of animation, it won the Golden Globe Award and the Critics' Choice Award, making it the sixth film made by Disney. Won the Academy Award and made a name for himself.
This film was the first animated feature film after "Shrek" to win the 2018 Best Non-Disney Animated Feature Film category. To take place. This has led studios to consider making two sequels for the film, which are set to be released in 2023 and 2024.
2. Dear Egypt (The Prince Of Egypt)
- Director: Simon Wells
- Cast: Wal Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes, Michelle Pfeiffer
- Release Date: 98
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 80 out of 100
"Dear Egypt," based on a biblical story, is another DreamWorks classic film starring Wall Kilmer voiced by Moses and Jeff Goldblum. They are in charge of Aaron. Although many consider this DreamWorks animation to be a 3D animated film produced in the same year, it is important to know that this animation is not unrelated to other old and classic cartoons that are considered animated masterpieces. The use of Hans Zimmer music in this film made this animation look similar to Disney musical films, so it is not surprising that this animation is often confused with other animations of this company.
"Dear Egypt It was the second animation project created during the founding of DreamWorks Pictures. The film was the most successful non-Disney animation at the time, winning the first Academy Award for DreamWorks and also grossing at the box office.
- Director: Anatol Litvak
- Cast: Joel Brenner, Helen Hayes, Martina Hunt
- Release Date: 1997
- IMDb rating per movie: 2.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 49 out of 100
One of the most popular animated films commonly attributed to Disney is "Anastasia", which takes advantage of many of the features of Disney classic films, from the soundtrack to the animated style and its protagonist. All and sundry remind the audience of Disney classic movies. Released in 1997 by Fox Animation, this historic musical received rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, and has since become one of the top musical films of all time.
It has been added to the DisneyPlus Stream service in recent months, but was not produced under Disney's supervision at the time of production, which has prevented Anastasia from being on Disney's growing list of princesses, although nothing could stop it. Let this animation take place in the hearts and souls of the people.