Animated movies have enthralled generations of people, whether they are kids or adults. From Disney's groundbreaking "Zootopia" to the more recent efforts of Fox Kung Fu Panda 3, all the animated feature films have left a deep impression on us and I bet you have gathered some DVD movies with animated characters for sure. So what are the best animated movies of all time? Wanna collect some new animated movies on DVD that are worth watching with your kids and family during the festive season? Here we've compiled a list of in animation genre, latest animated movies and their DVDs released in 2015, the new animation movies on DVD in 2014, and the best DVD films with animated characters of all time from Disney, Studio Ghibli, Pixar, DreamWorks, Warner Bros Animated, etc.
Inside Out: Inside out is the latest animated movies DVD version released on Nov 3, 2015. It is so far the most streamed movies on the and took in 7 awards, including the Academy Award. It depicts the story of a girl Riley, guided by her emotions - Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness, turns upside-down when she move to San Francisco. Its DVD version was released on Nov 3, 2015. If you want to stop it from scratch or damage, please as a backup on your computer.
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Khumba: A 2013 3D South African computer-animated adventure comedy film distributed by Millennium Entertainment. Released on October 25, 2013, this animation moviel hit DVD on February 11, 2014, centering a half-striped zebra who is blamed for the lack of rain by his superstitious herd. He then embarks on a daring quest to earn his stripes but finds the courage and self-acceptance to save all the animals of the Great Karoo.