When you think of the musical animation genre, you no doubt think of one of the Disney animated films. However, Disney has dominated the genre for many years, and it can even be said that the company's life is as old as some audiences.
However, we should not assume that all musical animations The big ones were made by this company and no other company has produced any musical animation. Therefore, we would like to point out 11 unique animated musicals made by Disney that if you have not seen them before, you will take the time to enjoy them.
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- Director: George Duning
- Cast: John Clive, Jeffrey Hughes, Lance Percival
- Release Date: 1968
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 79 out of 79 100
"Yellow Submarine" is a unique animated film based on the music of the Beatles and tells the story of a group that travels to defeat Blue Mines, who hates music. Be able to save Paperland. While the Beatles have composed and performed all of the film's songs, the main characters have been voiced by others. However, in part of the live-action ending, John, Ringo, Paul and George appear. The "Yellow Submarine" of 1968 can be considered a great achievement and a lasting legacy in the field of animated films. The film served as a turning point in the making of musical animations as it proved that the medium could appeal to older audiences as well. If you are a Beatles fan and enjoy fascinating surreal animations, do not miss this musical animated film.
2. An American Tail
- Director: Dan Blatt
- Cast: Philip Glaser, Betsy Cutcart
- Release Date: 1986
- strong> IMDb rating per movie: 6.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 73 out of 100
"An American Tail," made by the legendary animator Dan Blot, tells the story of a young migratory mouse named Fuel who travels to the United States with his family. This animated film became the best-selling non-Disney animation at the time of its release. "An American Tail" takes advantage of a compelling and entertaining storyline with great music.
If you've seen this movie before, the only thing you can remember is the song "Somewhere Out Here" by Fuel ( Performed by Philip Glaser and his sister Tonya (voiced by Betsy Cutkart). The song "Somewhere Outside" was so successful that it won the Best Song of the Year award at the 30th Grammy Awards.
- Director: Dan Blatt, Gary Goldman
- Actors: Christine Dunst, Bernadette Peters
- Release Date: 1997
- IMDb rating per movie: 2.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 86 out of 100
If you think that "Anastasia" is one of the Disney princesses and this film was produced by a Disney company, you are sorely mistaken. "Anastasia" was produced by Fox Animation Studios and directed by Dan Blatt and Gary Goldman. This animated film is a historical film that revolves around the real life of the great Russian duchess Anastasia. It became the best song of the year. Although history buffs may be annoyed by the lack of historical accuracy of the story, ordinary audiences, especially families, will definitely enjoy watching "Anastasia" and have some fun.
Dear Prince of Egypt
- Director: Simon Weller
- Cast: Wal Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes, Sandra Bullock
- Release Date: 98
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.1 out of 10
- Raton rating Tomitoz: 80 out of 100
"Dear Egypt" was the first traditional animated feature film produced by DreamWorks and the last film in this genre produced by this company. Also changed. The film follows an adaptation of Moses's life, yet despite the religious themes in the story, it can easily captivate any audience.
Because it's beautiful, the soundtrack is amazing. And its soundtrack is unforgettable. There are many beautiful songs in this movie that really make it difficult to choose one of them as the best song, but it can be boldly said that the song made the movie a commercial success when you believe in it. When you think about it, with the incredible performances of Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, she won the Best Original Song award at the 71st Academy Awards.
5. South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut (South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut)
- Director: Terry Parker
- Cast: Matt Stone, George Clooney
- Release Date: > 1999
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 80 out of 100
"South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Complete" is another musical animation that can be said to be unparalleled. The film combines all the comedy sequences of TV shows with funny and catchy songs to entertain its audience even for an hour. The film comments on censorship and mocks Disney animated films and the musical genre itself.
After watching this musical, you will surely wonder why South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Complete has never been nominated for an Academy Award. However, one of the film's songs titled "Blame Canada" was nominated for an Academy Award. However, in the end, this song did not lose the competition to your song in my heart and could not win the Oscar.
6. The Road to El Dorado
- Director: > Bibo Bergeron
- Cast: Kevin Klein, Kenneth Branagh, Armand Asante
- Release Date: 2000
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: > 48 out of 100
While "Dorado Road" did not initially achieve fame like that of its older brother, "Dear Egypt", it has since gained a large following. Brought. The soundtrack was produced with the help of Elton John, who also acted as the narrator.
In fact, The Road to Dorado has a special traditional soundtrack, and its songs are extremely entertaining. Overall, "Dorado Road" is an energetic and hilarious musical film that makes you enjoy the adventures of its various characters.
7. Eight Crazy Nights
- Director: Adam Sandler
- Cast: Jackie Sandler, Adam Sandler, John Lavitz
- Release Date: 2002
- IMDb rating for movie: 5.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 12 out of 100
Adam Sandler's humor is definitely not for everyone, so it's no surprise that his first feature-length animated feature, Crazy Eight Nights, is a polar film that some audiences call They like it and others blame it. "Eight Crazy Nights" is a musical film centered around the Jewish characters of the Hanukkah festival. are. But despite the compelling animation, the film was poorly received by critics. However, this musical animated film uses attractive and pleasant music that you can definitely enjoy listening to if you do not enjoy the story of the film.
8. Interstella 5555: The Story of the Mysterious Star System (Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem)
- Director: Hiroshi Risen
- Cast: -
- Release Date: 2003 li>
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 86 out of 100
"Interstella 5555" is a film made by combining Daft Punk music with sci-fi animation. Unlike most musical films, "Interstella" has no dialogue and in fact the story of the film is narrated entirely through images and soundtrack. It becomes. The film follows the story of an extraterrestrial pop group kidnapped and mentally controlled by an evil man named Earl De Darkwood. Be one of the most unique musical animations of your life. If you have not seen "Interstella" yet, it is definitely better to take the time to watch this movie.
The Dead Bride (Corpse Bride)
- Director: Tim Burton
- Cast: Johnny Depp, Emily Watson, Danny Elfman
- Release Date: 2005
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 83 out of 83 100
"Dead Bride" is one of the most extraordinary films made by Tim Burton and at the same time it looks attractive and unique. The film is a stop-motion musical that tells the story of a groom who is dragged to the land of the dead by a dead bride. Stunning visual effects combined with unique Gothic scenes and terrifying soundtrack make this movie entertaining and engaging in every way.
"Dead Bride" will definitely remind you of "Nightmare Before Christmas" But it's not bad at all because as an audience you can watch both of these movies.
- Director: Carlos Saldanha li>
- Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Ann Hathaway, George Lopez
- Release Date: 2011
- IMDb rating per movie: 6.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 72 out of 100
The story of "Rio" takes place in Brazil during the carnival, so it is natural that music plays a big role in this film. The film focuses on the story of two Macao, who are the last of their kind and fall in love now that they have to escape from the smugglers. The film performed well not only at the box office but also to critics, and was acclaimed for its compelling visuals and inspiring music.
Mood-inspired songs Brazil is spread all over the movie "Rio" and that makes you not get tired of watching the movie. One of the songs in the movie "An Incident in Rio" was one of the two songs that was nominated for the Best Original Song Award at the 84th Academy Awards, but unfortunately attributed it to its only rival, "Man or Muppet" from "Muppets". Lost.
- Director: Garth Jennings li>
- Cast: Scarlett Johansson
- Release Date: 2016
- Score IMDb to Movie: 7.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 71 out of 100
As the name implies, the musical animation "Singer" is an animation related to song and music. But if I want to explain in more detail, I have to say that this animation is about a singing contest that takes place in a city full of humanoid animals. The film features more than 60 songs, one of which is a song called Iman, performed by Stevie Wonder and Ariana Grande. He saw Seth McFarlane and Scarlett Johansson, so it is safe to say that their voices are heard as they act as singing animals. So the singing animation will definitely entertain any music fan. So if you are a fan of such animations, be sure not to miss watching it.