We have all been told the tales of Cinderella, Rapunzel, and many other fairies. And somehow, there’s this little wish inside us to experience those fairytales in real life. No matter how much thriller or crime we like to watch, in the end, we want to watch something like a cute, romantic fairytale.
Animated movies are always fun and somewhat amaze us with their creativity. Let us discover some underrated animations you can watch on HBO Max.
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Now, let’s check out the list of underrated animated movies to watch on HBO Max.
Based on a screenplay by John Logan, Rango is an animated western comedy film directed by Gore Verbinski. The film gives a fun wild taste which you’ll enjoy. The plot showcases the adventure of a chameleon named ‘Rango’ who accidentally lands in the town of Dirt.
He lies to everyone in the town about being powerful and killing a feared gang with just one bullet. The film features Johnny Depp’s voice as Rango. The film’s producers include Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies.
Corpse Bride (2005)
If you want to watch a heartwarming romance movie, you must not miss this beautifully animated fairytale, Corpse Bride. The movie revolves around the story of a groom named Victor who is set to marry Victoria soon. They both like each other, but Victor is somewhat nervous and scared.
So, he decides to practice his lines for the wedding and enters the forest. But he was completely unprepared for what happened next. The movie is a stop-motion animated musical dark fantasy film. This is the first stop-motion picture that Warner Bros. Pictures distributed.
How To Train Your Dragon (2010)
This movie is all you need if you want to watch a movie full of adventures, fun, and friendship. How to train your dragon is a wonderfully animated action fantasy film that describes the events of a boy named Hiccup. He belongs to a town of Vikings and wants to become a powerful Viking himself.
To become a dragon slayer and prove himself powerful, he tries to kill a dragon and injures one Night Fury Dragon. Instead of capturing or killing the dragon, he befriends him and tries to save him from the other Vikings, which brings a ton of adventure into his life. The movie earned $500 million worldwide and won ten Annie Awards, including Best Animated Feature.
Bee Movie (2007)
Bee Movie is an animated comedy film produced by DreamWorks Animations. The movie portrays the story of a honey bee, Barry B. Benson, voiced by Jerry Seinfield. Barry wants to sue humans after she gets to know that humans are exploiting bees by selling and consuming honey.
She learns about the exploitation from her florist friend Vanessa Bloom voiced by Renee Zellweger. At the 65th Golden Globe Awards, this movie was one of the runners for Best Animated Feature Film.
The Adventures Of Tintin (2011)
As portrayed in the name, the movie is an action-adventure film based on Herge’s comic book series. The film stars Jamie Bell as Tintin. The plot is about a young reporter and his faithful dog who buys a model of an old shipment called Unicorn while shopping. Two shady characters named Sakhrine and Barnaby try to buy the model from him, but he refuses.
He discovers that the ship has a hidden secret, which leads to a hidden treasure. But before he could do anything, he was kidnapped. The movie is full of secrets and as you go through the movie slowly the secrets are revealed which will amaze you. It was the first non-movie to win a Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film.
Last but certainly not least, one of the cutest animated movies ever made. Up is an animated movie produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It showcases the story of an older man Carl who lives alone in his small house, the only house among all the big buildings in the neighborhood.
He meets a kid named Nagai. They both go on an adventurous trip to South America to fulfill his dead wife’s wish. It was named one of the top 10 films of 2009 by the National Board of Review and the American Film Institute.
All the movies above are animation icons in one way or another. These are perfect for a gloomy day when you’re craving nothing but comfort and heart-filled online entertainment.