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And now, the Animated Heroine begins the final ten!
The Animated Heroine continues to count down her favorite animated films!
The Animated Heroine continues her countdown of her favorite animated films, with the next five movies on her list, including two entries from Studio Ghibli, an Oscar nominee, and more!
It's the first of a five-part series, as the Animated Heroine counts down her favorite animated films of all time, starting with numbers 25 to 21.
The Animated Heroine reviews Illumination's new animated film, Despicable Me 2!
The Animated Heroine looks at Pixar's latest animated film, the prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc., to find out if it's up to their usual standards!
A vlog about some stuff I'm doing.
The Animated Heroine discovers a small door in her apartment that leads to a magical land of Coraline cosplay, green screens, and talking cats! She also looks at two of her favorite animated films to find out which one is superior.
Does Epic live up to its name, or is it yet another disappointing entry on this year's slate of animated releases?
What do Robert Louis Stevenson and aliens destroying the Earth have in common? A lot more than you might think. The Animated Heroine looks at two animated space adventure films that were box office disappointments, Disney's Treasure Planet and Don Bluth's Titan A.E.
When Dreamworks teamed up with the quirky British animation studio Aardman, they might have made good competition for Disney and Pixar... but they didn't. Find out why when the Animated Heroine compares two movies starring rats, Flushed Away and Ratatouille.
The Animated Heroine looks at Shrek and Monsters, Inc., two of the first films to be nominated for Best Animated Film at the 2002 Academy Awards. Spoiler alert: Shrek won the Oscar!
The Animated Heroine looks at one of the highest grossing animated franchises ever, to find out which of the three beloved Toy Story films is the best!
The Animated Heroine reviews the new DreamWorks release The Croods, featuring the voices of Nicolas Cage and Emma Stone as members of a Neanderthal family.
The Animated Heroine goes under the sea for Disney and Pixar's Finding Nemo and Dreamworks' Shark Tale. Is there really even any point to calling out a winner? Watch this episode of Reel vs. Reel anyway!
Planet Baab's most admired astronaut Scorch Supernova is sent on a mission to a a notoriously dangerous planet, in an animated film that even fails at pop culture references. Enough said.
It's Batman vs. Batman when the Animated Heroine compares Batman: Mask of the Phantasm to Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker!
The Animated Heroine reveals her Top 3 and Bottom 3 animated movies of 2012! And to build anticipation for the #1s, she looks ahead to 2013 with a brief preview of animated movies due out this year.
It's the Agony Booth debut of Reel vs. Reel, where your host the Animated Heroine looks at two similar animated films to see which one comes out on top and why! And like any reviewer who focuses on animation, she often delves into the world of Don Bluth. Here, she compares his first feature film, The Secret of NIMH, to his first successful feature film, An American Tail, to see which one is the superior Bluth film.Reel vs. Reel