This afternoon we bring you our favorite animated movies of 2013.
Despicable Me 2
Agnes: I don’t think I should do this.
Gru: How come?
Agnes: Because I don’t have a mother.
Gru: That makes no difference, you performed in the Veteran’s Day play and you haven’t even been in combat.
This was such a cute and funny movie. Then again, I’m very partial to the minions. —Kerry
Sulley: I act scary, Mike. But most of the time, I’m terrified.
Mike Wazowski: How come you never told me that before?
Sulley: Because, we weren’t friends before.
College is the time of your life where you are no longer a child, but not yet an adult. This movie shows how two complete opposites can turn into the best of friends, and how Mike and Sulley find their own identities. It is heartfelt. —Becca
Rise of the Guardians
Jamie Bennett: What if we stop believing in you?
Jack Frost: Hey, slow down, slow down! Are you telling me to stop believing in the moon when the sun comes up?
Jamie Bennett: No.
It may have been a film from last year, but the movie was released on DVD this year. It deals with an invisible Jack Frost, who strives to be seen as he tries to discover his past. Frost becomes the real hero of the film because a child’s belief is one of the most powerful things in the world. —Becca
Note: Only one of us (Becca) has seen “Frozen.”