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Plot: When you think of top animated movies made in stop motion animation, Wallace and Gromit will surely be in the discussion as one of the best. The film is about inventor Wallace and his mute and intelligent dog, Gromit, as they come to save villagers from a mutant rabbit that threatens their yearly giant vegetable growing contest. (Watch Trailer)




How I Made a Hundred Movies in Hollywood and Ne...



Plot: How to Train Your Dragon 2 is a great example of how new animated movies can still hold up to other classics. Hiccup and his faithful dragon Toothless must protect the peace from Drago and save the future of men and dragons in this second chapter of How to Train Your Dragon. One of their adventures leads to the discovery of a secret ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider. (Watch Trailer)


Plot: It seems that the major superheroes are starring in their own movies. Robin wants to become a star, not just a sidekick. The Teen Titans head to Hollywood to fulfill their dreams. When a supervillain plans to take over the world, the fate of the young heroes is on the line. Based on the previous popularity of the TV show, Teen Titans GO made a successful transition to the big screen and managed to create one of the most popular animated movies of 2018. (Watch Trailer)


We came up with our Hollywood hall of shame by culling through The Numbers' rundown of the most expensive movies ever made, focusing on 508 movies with reported budgets of $90 million or more. From this group, we zeroed in on the films that failed to make back their budgets at the worldwide box office. We eliminated titles that had no reported grosses because they debuted on streaming (a la Will Smith's "Bright"). We also eliminated films (such as "Call of the Wild" and "Tenet") that were released in 2020 amid the theater-shuttering coronavirus outbreak.


As often done in Hollywood movies, many of the songs had been used in previous films. Quite a few of the songs in Singin' in the Rain can be heard in The Broadway Melody of 1936, such as: "I've Got a Feelin' You're Foolin'," "You are My Shining Star," "Broadway Rhythm," "Broadway Melody," and "All I Do Is Dream of You." The title song "Singin' in the Rain" actually made it's debut in The Hollywood Revue of 1929. Only two songs were entirely written for the film: "Moses Supposes" and "Make ''em Laugh." 041b061a72


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