No matter which age group you belong to or which genre of movies is your favourite, animated movies still manage to create enthusiasm and an aura of fascination. It is International Animation Day on the 28th October and we have listed down 6 best-animated movies of 2018-19.

With technological advancement in computer animation, the quality and standards of animation are better than ever. Also, many animation powerhouses have sprung up, contributing significantly to the entertainment world. From new movies to sequels, many of them forayed into the animation universe. We’re never too old for animated movies so we have listed down some of the best animated movies of 2018-19.

Here is a list of best-animated movies on International Animation Day:

Incredibles 2

This sequel to the 2004 Oscar-winning Pixar film reunites the Parr family, the seemingly normal Americans who are secretly superheroes (led by Mr Incredible and his wife Elastigirl). While Supers are still technically illegal, Elastigirl gets a corporate sponsorship to continue saving the world—leaving her exasperated husband home to take care of the kids.

Isle of Dogs

The story of a young Japanese boy named Atari who embarks on an expedition to reunite with his beloved canine best friend on Trash Island where an evil mayor has banished all of the nation’s dogs, Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs exhibits both his signature meticulous aesthetics and witty sense of humor and eclipses his previous stop-motion effort, Fantastic Mr. Fox.

Early Man

Director Nick Park, the animator behind the acclaimed Wallace and Gromit, brings his stop-motion animation talents to this equally hilarious alternative history cartoon in which a tribe of cavemen (voiced by Eddie Redmayne, Timothy Spall, Richard Ayoade, Tom Hiddleston, and Maisie Williams) face off in a sporting match after inventing the game of football (or soccer for us Americans).

The Lion King

Despite it being called a “live-action remake” by fans, the film is actually a CGI adaptation of the original animated movie. The story is still the same and follows Simba as he grows up to be the king of the Pride Lands.

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Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph Breaks the Internet levels upon its predecessor with a funny, heartwarming sequel that expands its colourful universe while focusing on core characters and relationships.

Hotel Transylvania 3

This exciting movie promises to keep your whole family busy. The Dracula family voyage is a fantastic entertainment piece that will keep you engaged until the end.

Which is your favourite movie? Tell us in the comments below.