10 Best Cartoon Movies for Kids and Adults


There are so many cool Cartoon movies for kids and adults. Sure we now have those ones that everyone can enjoy! These movies are not just fun to watch but also teach us important things, have amazing animations, and tell really nice stories.

Remember when only kids watched animated movies? Well, not anymore!

A big shout out goes to all the awesome technology and the awesome ideas of the people who make these movies, now even adults love them too! Animated movies are for everyone.

We know that some families watch movies separately; the father watches a different set of movies, the mother a different one and the children a different one.


Based on advanced technologies used nowadays to produce cartoons, have brought the family together, giving them that intimate bond and closeness they deserve to be united as one big happy family.

10 Best Cartoon Movies for Kids and Adult

Here are some recommended kids animated movies for the whole family:

1. Toy Story (1995): The Adventures of Talking Toys

1. Toy Story (1995): The Adventures of Talking Toys

A young boy named Andy Davis (voiced by John Morris) pretends to rob a bank with his toys. The robber is Mr. Potato Head (voiced by Don Rickles), who is helped by Slinky Dog (voiced by Jim Varney), the bank is a cardboard box, and the bystanders are Annie Potts’s sheep and Bo Peep.

From a screenplay by Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen, and Alec Sokolow and a story by Lasseter, Stanton, Pete Docter, and Joe Ranft, it was produced by Bonnie Arnold and Ralph Guggenheim and directed by John Lasseter (in his feature directorial debut).

2. Finding Nemo (2003): A Funny Underwater Journey

2. Finding Nemo (2003): A Funny Underwater Journey, Cartoon Movies

Six-year-old Nemo is an inquisitive and naive kid who lives with his authoritarian single father, Marlin. Nemo is giddy with enthusiasm about entering school and finally getting to discover the marvels of the Great Barrier Reef after living a sheltered life.

3. The Lion King (1994): A Musical Story About Lions

2. Finding Nemo (2003): A Funny Underwater Journey, 10 Best Cartoon Movies for Kids and Adults

A juvenile lion named Simba is the crown prince of an African savanna and the subject of Disney’s The Lion King. Simba is made to feel guilty for his father’s death after an accident that his uncle manufactured, and he has to get over his anxiety of accepting responsibility as the legitimate heir to the throne.

4. How to Train Your Dragon (2010): A Viking and his Dragon Friend

4. How to Train Your Dragon (2010): A Viking and his Dragon Friend

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One of the amazing dragons in the How to Train Your Dragon series is called Death Song. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful dragons in the HTTYD universe because of its unusual appearance and skills. Dimensions: The Death Song has an average wingspan of sixteen feet, making it a medium-sized dragon.

5. Inside Out (2015): What Happens Inside a Girl’s Head

5. Inside Out (2015): What Happens Inside a Girl's Head, Cartoon Movies

Overview. Riley is a Minnesota girl born with five personifications of her basic emotions—joy, sadness, disgust, fear, and anger—coming to life in her head. Riley’s conscious mind, Headquarters, is home to the emotions, which use a control console to affect Riley’s behaviour and memories.

Riley’s symptoms fit the clinical criteria for adjustment disorder, despite the disorder not being frequently discussed or depicted in popular culture. Rivera and Docter (2015) effectively depicted Riley’s adjustment disorder throughout the movie by using a variety of cinematographic techniques to visually depict Riley’s challenges.

6. Coco (2017): A Journey to Remember Family

6. Coco (2017) A Journey to Remember Family, 10 Best Cartoon Movies for Kids and Adults

The movie Coco serves as a timely reminder of the value and impact of mise-en-scène, especially in cases where everything is computer-generated and animated. This movie is a must-see for all movie lovers, especially those who identify as Latino, and it ranks among Pixar’s greatest works.


Pixar has consistently maintained that Coco’s endearing abuela was purely imaginary and not based on any real-life person. The Ramirez family, however, asserts that Maria Salud was met and photographed by a Pixar team.

7. Encanto (2021): A Magical Colombian Family

7. Encanto (2021): A Magical Colombian Family, Cartoon Movies

The movie’s lesson is to have faith in oneself and to never give up because, in the end, there will be light. I rate Encanto five stars and suggest it for adults and kids aged ten to eighteen.

Even though “Encanto” is set in a fictional community, actual locations serve as inspiration. The film crew conducted research in Colombia for two weeks.

8. Moana (2016): A Brave Princess Sailing Adventure

8. Moana (2016): A Brave Princess Sailing Adventure, 10 Best Cartoon Movies for Kids and Adults

The 2016 American animated musical fantasy action-adventure film Moana, distributed by Walt Disney Pictures, was made by Walt Disney Animation Studios and also referred to as Vaiana or Oceania in some territories.


The fictitious film is set in Polynesia, which is made up of the islands of Hawaii, Tonga, and Tahiti, about 3,000 years ago. Auli’i Cravalho, a Hawaiian actress, plays the lead role of 16-year-old Moana, who embarks on an ocean adventure with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s character, Maui.

9. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018): Spider-Man for Everyone

9. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018): Spider-Man for Everyone, Cartoon Movies

Even though it acknowledges the numerous Spider-Man films that have come before it, the moving coming-of-age story is relevant and inspirational, and the comic book-inspired visuals are breathtaking. It’s quite exciting to watch, remarkably touching all throughout, and unquestionably the best Spider-Man film since “Spider-Man 2.”

10. The Incredibles (2004)

The Incredibles (2004), 10 Best Cartoon Movies for Kids and Adults

The Incredibles (2004) is a superhero movie that follows a family of superheroes, led by Helen Parr, the mother, who goes by Elastigirl. She is a devoted and helpful mother who fights crime in addition to trying to keep her family safe.

Some Additional List:

  1. Wolf Children
  2. Samson and Sally: Song of the Whales (May be a bit scary)
  3. Spirited Away
  4. My Neighbor Totoro
  5. Ponyo
  6. Kubo and the Two Strings
  7. Stellaluna
  8. Castle in the Sky (Again, possibly a bit scary)
  9. Charlotte’s Web (Animated or live action, but personally I’d go with the animated one.)
  10. The Fox and the Hound
  11. Finding Nemo
  12. The Last Unicorn
  13. The Flight of Dragons
  14. Mad Monster Party
  15. The Daydreamer
  16. Paranorman
  17. Coraline
  18. The Boxtrolls
  19. Song of the Sea
  20. The Secret of Kells
  21. A Cat in Paris
  22. The Aristocats

Compared to western anime, Japanese anime often produces more sophisticated themed animated films. Among the best are the following (UK age ratings included):

  • Perfect Blue (1997) (18)
  • Ghost in the Shell (1995) (15)
  • Akira (1988) (15)
  • Paprika (2006) (15)
  • Belladonna of Sadness (1973) (18)
  • Wicked City (1987) (18)
  • Night is Short, Walk on Girl (2017) (15)

Every animated movie is suitable for younger audiences. However, at two years old, they are unable to comprehend every movie! I propose that you air a few humorous episodes, such as Tom and Jerry.


Prefer the adorableness of the characters over the plot if you truly want to screen animated films. For example, showcasing animated figures that are a part of our everyday existence.

  • Finding Nemo – Fishes
  • Toy Story – Toys
  • Ice age – Animals
  • Zootopia – Animals (ZOO)
  • Cars
  • Penguins
  • Lego
  • Rio
  • Planes
  • Home
  • The Good Dinosaur
  • Up

Top 5 Animated Mother-son Movies

1. Finding Nemo (2003) – The story of a young clownfish named Nemo, who is transported to an aquarium after being separated from his father, is told in the 2003 Pixar classic Finding Nemo. Marlin, his mother, embarks on a heroic quest to track him down and return him home.

2. Brave (2012) – The tale of Merida, a young Scottish princess who defies tradition to forge her own path in life, is told in the Disney/Pixar film Brave (2012). Queen Elinor finds it difficult to comprehend her daughter’s decisions, but in the end, she comes to accept and love her for who she is.

3. How to Train Your Dragon (2010) – Disney’s 1999 picture Tarzan is about a little kid who grows up in the jungle among monkeys. He is adopted by Kala, an ape mother, who raises him as her own and teaches him how to live successfully in the wild.

4. The Iron Giant (1999) – The 1999 movie The Iron Giant narrates the tale of a little child who makes friends with a massive robot from space. Hogarth, the child, and the robot have a touching and emotional interaction in which the robot acts as a kind of stand-in mother figure.


Aesthetic tales and captivating visuals have transformed animated films, breaking the stereotype of being exclusively for children and bringing families together across generations. Both kids and adults now delight in a range of movies, from recent blockbusters like Coco and Encanto to timeless favorites like Toy Story and The Lion King. Advancements in technology have enabled the entire family to actively bond and enjoy animated movies together.

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