The human characters the protagonists are, for no particular reason, a fearful elephant and a plucky girl cat have exaggerated features such as comically bulbous noses, jelly bellies or jutting chins, which adds a graphic swagger to proceedings. The story is a little overcrowded with incident, particularly for younger viewers. Accompanied by Professor Glucose and with plenty of moxie, they encounter pirates, boffins with ambiguous motives piloting sea-dragon-shaped submarines, ghosts, and a mysterious island where their friend, the mayor of Sunnytown, has been shipwrecked. The villain is a stubby little vice mayor who wants to build a skyscraper but is a stickler for the rules, sort of like a cross between the much-vilified mid-century Manhattan-based town planner Robert Moses and European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker. Accompanying adults may enjoy mapping other political parables on to the plot, although sometimes a giant piece of fruit is just a giant piece of fruit.
These are the ones that scare us, move us, crack us up and remind us of how fun and moving it is to watch cartoons, etc. After Johnny Depp and director Gore Verbinski finished working together on the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, they re-teamed for this imaginatively oddball animated western, about a pet lizard who gets stranded in a desert town and becomes its reluctant savior. Rango references everything from Clint Eastwood's "Man with No Name" pictures to Depp's own gonzo Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, but what makes this a must-see are the surreal visual gags and deadpan tone — it's like a cartoon version of a Coen brothers comedy. White's beloved children's novel about Wilbur the pig and his friend Charlotte the spider was turned into a musical with earwormy songs by the Sherman Brothers Mary Poppins, Jungle Book : one never really forgets Templeton the rat dancing through a fairground gorging himself on trash and singing "the fair is a veritable smorgasborg-orgasborg-orgasborg! Most associate Japan's hugely influential animation studio Studio Ghibli with the work of legendary co-founder Hayao Miyazaki.
Monsters vs. Aliens is a American computer-animated science fiction monster comedy film  produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by Paramount Pictures. Out beyond the far reaches of space, an unknown planet explodes sending a strange meteorite across the galaxy, heading towards Earth. Just before the ceremony, she is hit by the meteorite and its energy causes her to glow green and grow to an enormous size with her hair turned white. She is tranquilized by the military and awakens in a top secret government facility that houses monsters of which the public are ignorant.