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The Gruffalo (2009)
Perfect adaptation to the book
It's even better than the book. This is everything that 'Where the Wild Things Are' should have been, but wasn't.
The animation style is interesting, and I just love the dialogue and voice acting. We have a four year old, and he just loves this film. At about a half-hour, it's not too long for kids that can't sit through an hour or longer movie without getting disinterested.
The music is beautiful as well. Very memorable and peaceful.
If you have a little one, I recommend this film - it's one of those 'kid' films that is just as fun for the parents to watch, thanks to all the little nuances put into it (like how every living thing except the mouse gets put through the food chain).
Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)
Your next favourite animated Movie
If you liked Kung Fu Panda #1, you will love #2. With the exception of a little bit of a cryptic ending, the story is perfection. It's also the kind of movie that will make you want to run out and buy a blu-ray if you don't already own one. The detail in every scene is just mind-blowing. It's also my 4 yr old's favourite movie. He's watched it about 40 times. And no, it's no too scary for that age. Anyone who thinks otherwise, is probably a helicopter parent who bubble wraps their kids at night. Yes, there is fighting.. but hey, it's 'kung fu!' - I mean that in a fun way. It's 'good' vs 'bad' and there's no blood. I watched much scarier movies that Disney put out when I was a kid, and me and my whole generation grew up just fine. So get the family together and enjoy it, I guarantee you'll want to clap and cheer by the end!