The release of the foul-mouthed and sexually explicit animated film Sausage Party once again shocked audiences who for whatever reason still believe that animated films are only for kids. Despite the artistic strides that animation has made in recent years, there are still viewers who stubbornly believe that the genre is exclusively for children. These animated films have obviously been designed to appeal to adults only. Some are even packed with as much sex, violence, and cursing as their raunchiest live-action counterparts. The following 10 movies stand as the best the genre has to offer grown-up viewers and paved the way for an adult comedy like Sausage Party :. Director and animation legend Ralph Bakshi follows the title character through a series of drug-fueled and sex-oriented misadventures.
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IMDB: 8. Watch Trailer. Plot: A year-old aspiring musician named Miguel went to the Land of the Dead to seek for his great-great-grandfather, a popular musician. Plot: Paddington Bear, now happily living with the Brown Family and has become a popular member in their local community for giving people support in different ways, gets various odd jobs to purchase a unique book from an antique shop as a birthday present for his Aunt Lucy but when he was close to saving up the right amount of money, the book got stolen from the shop. IMDB: 7.
By Andrew Osmond. Not suitable for work. Unless you work at Anime Limited.
Ever since Pixar released the masterful Toy Story on an unsuspecting public, animated films have taken on a new kind of life in the American cinematic landscape. No longer content to be opiates for masses of children worldwide, animated films are lauded for their intelligence and emotional impact—and their impact on parents in particular. There was a time adults wouldn't be caught dead seeing a Disney film without a child in tow, but these days Pixar and their competitors attract adults to evening shows with the promise of subtle humor, clever plotting, and scenes that would make any parent with a soul shed a lake's worth of tears.