Kayden. Age: 27.
The '90s were a spectacular time in popular culture, namely for the movies that came reeling out. Besides cult classics like Pulp FictionThe Matrixand Jurassic Parkthere was a bevy of animated cartoons that have stuck with us '90s kids well over 20 years later. Here are 10 animated films that '90s kids have forgotten about.
Adrienne. Age: 23.
A Troll in Central Park is an American animated film that blends the comedy, fantasy, and musical genres. The following characters are central to the plot of A Troll in Central Park :. Thus, A Troll in Central Park has two main settings. And partly, in the fictional Kingdom of Trolls.
Kimber. Age: 20.
You will never have a dream come true (A Troll in Central Park)
However, as we of the Laser Disc players slash, obsessive IMDb routine know well, this couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, a number of the most undeniably excellent lateth-century animations were not Disney fare. Indeed, in revisiting these films, you start to notice a distinct and pervasive undercurrent of non-Disney-ness, a number of them creepier, zanier, even more visually complex than their song-studded House of Mouse contemporaries. Of course, there are also plenty of princesses to be had herein hi, Anastasia!
The '90s were truly a golden age for animated films. Disney ruled the box office with an iron fist, leading to a veritable avalanche of animated movies, created in hopes of usurping Disney from the throne. The rise of VHS allowed '90s kids everywhere to enjoy their favorite animated films over and over again, much to the displeasure of their parents.