Julian Lawrence does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. BoJack Horseman, the show about an anthropomorphic horse struggling with depression and addiction, has come to end. The animated Netflix series gained a devoted following over its six-year run, earning praise for its empathetic exploration of adult themes. However, animation has a long history of catering to grown-up audiences.
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If you still think Bambi or Cinderella when you hear "animated movie," you've got some catching up to do. Some of the best filmmakers working today have tried their hand at animation, and a lot of it is decidedly not for kids. It makes sense that some brilliant grown-up movies would be animated: It's a medium that allows for ultimate creativity, able to be heartbreaking or shocking or complicated or surreal in ways that live-action can't get close to—no matter how big the budget. Below, Marie Claire has picked 25 of the best animated films for adults—movies that will awaken the kid in you or remind you that it's okay to grow up.
When it comes to fan art, one of the more popular styles lately is re-imagining cartoon characters as adults. What would certain characters we loved as a child -- or even as adults -- look like when they grew up and moved on into the real world? When it comes to looking at cartoons and animated movies, it is easy to find dozens of beloved child characters within the world of Disney, Pixar and Disney cartoons on television, and imagine what they might look like if the series or movies allowed them to become adults.
This is a list of unmade and unreleased animated shorts and features by The Walt Disney Company. Note : Disney studios produced an animated sequence for Samuel Goldwyn's film Up in Arms , which was unused in the final version of the film. Note : Fun and Fancy Free , released in , was originally planned to be two separate feature films. Note : The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad , released in , was originally planned to be two separate feature films.