Animated Views’ 15th Annual Oscar Contest

We’re giving away $50 worth of movies — your choice of either an Amazon gift card or a Fandango gift card — during our 15th Annual Oscar Event. Enter today for your chance to win! And join us on Oscar night for a live chat!

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

The story may not be as strong as the previous How to Train Your Dragon films, yet The Hidden World does present a compelling narrative with beautiful animation, a great cast, and a delightful score that brings the epic journey to a heart-warming conclusion.

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

The Lego Movie 2 is very different in many ways from the original. But it has all the heart and the same emotional punch. Just goes to prove that like there’s no one right way to play with Legos, there’s more than one way to build an awesome Lego movie.

Critical Role Art Exhibition and Live Show

An exclusive visit to an art exhibition celebrating the hit internet stream of animation voice actors playing Dungeons & Dragons and a look at the Q&A with the cast and live show.

The Best Of 2018: The Year Old Became New (Again!)

Was Poppins practically perfect? Did Ready Player One get a high score? Here’s our look at the year that was, with favorites in film, TV and more! Plus your picks for the best animated movies of 2018!

The 2018 AV Readers’ Choice Poll

Critics, the Academy, Hollywood guilds, and even the Animated Views staff will tell you what they think. But now it’s your turn to be the critic! What was the the best animated film of 2018?

The Grinch

If you have a family tradition of going to the movies at Christmastime, you have several good options available. But if you’re looking for something that perhaps means a little bit more, your best bet might be Illumination’s The Grinch.

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

With an excellent diverse cast of characters, outstanding visual design and animation, and an emotionally wonderful narrative, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse just might be a game-changer in animation.

Ralph Breaks the Internet

tl;dr Not as good as the original. Very funny. Weird ending. Worth seeing.

Peanuts Productions

It’s the holiday season, which means it’s time for Peanuts TV specials! This franchise has been a pop culture phenomenon for almost seven decades. How well do you know the productions the Peanuts gang have appeared in over the years?

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