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Top 5 Animated Movies of 2019

2019 has been a great year for animated movies so far. This year, lovers of animated movies finally got the long-awaited sequels to some of their favorite movies, such as How to Train Your Dragon and Toy Story. We also got a number of new animated movies that already became smash hits. With such a great variety of movies, the only decision you now need to make is which one to watch first. To help you decide, here is a list of the top 5 animated movies of 2019.

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

The Hidden World is the third installment of the How to Train Your Dragon saga. In order to save everything they love, Hiccup and Toothless have to leave their home and find The Hidden World, a mythical place that nobody believed existed, and they must do it before Grimmel does. If you loved How To Train Your Dragon, you should definitely watch this beautiful and emotionally satisfying end of the franchise. 

Toy Story 4

With every sequel, Toy Story becomes even funnier and more heartwarming, and the fourth film is no exception. In this one, a new addition to the group, Forky, will make Woody answer a very important question – why is being a toy so great? Besides Forky, we will once again meet some of the old characters but in a completely new and exciting adventure that will have you on the edge of your sit, as well as laughing with tears. 

Abominable

Abominable tells the story of a teenager Yi and a young Yeti who finds itself on the roof of a building in the center of Shangai. After naming him Everest, Yi and her friends set off on an adventurous and brave journey in order to bring Everest home. If you want to watch a well-animated, engaging and sometimes tear-jerking film, Abominable is the one for you. 

The Secret Life of Pets 2

Fans of The Secret Life of Pets, who fell in love with Max, Gidget, Snowball, Duke and the rest of the gang, finally got the sequel they had been waiting for. If you ever wondered what happens when you leave for school or work and leave your beloved pet at home, these movies offer us a view into what kind of troubles and adventures they might get themselves into. 

The Lion King

We are all familiar with the story of Simba and his journey from exile to the throne, but even if you know the plot, you will not feel bored for one moment of this beautifully-animated film. Jon Favreau’s approach to this classic story will make you feel all of the emotions, sometimes all at once, so much that you won’t be able to look away.

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