The world’s worst animated films are the worst ever, according to an annual ranking by the American Film Institute, which also released the top 25 films released on DVD in 2015.
“The World’s Biggest” list ranked the most recent animated films from a wide range of genres, including live action, animation, horror, and animated comedy.
Among the top films, the new “Walking Dead” sequel “The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season” is the worst.
“Captain America: Civil War” was the worst-reviewed animated film of all time, making it the only film in the top 20 that hasn’t been released to DVD.
The new Disney animated film “Coco” was second on the list, making a total of 11 films.
“Cars 3” was third, making just five films, while “Iron Man 3” made six.
“Zootopia” was fourth on the chart, making six films.
The best-reviewed film of the year was the 2014 “Cats” animated film, which made $7.2 million in theaters, making “Molly’s World” the second-best animated film in theaters.
“Frozen,” a sequel to the Disney movie “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” came in fifth on the top 10 list, taking in $4.3 million from 824 theaters, which is the second highest-grossing animated film.
The list was released in association with the AFI’s Movie Choice Awards, a contest that recognizes and recognizes best animated movies.
In the list of the top animated films, only one film was released to DVDs.
“Breathless” was released on Netflix in 2018 and earned $2.5 million in the U.S. from 1,200 theaters, while the movie was the No. 1 animated film worldwide in 2018, making $4 million.
“Tangled” was originally released on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video in 2016.
It was the best-selling animated film ever in the United States in 2017, earning $4,965,813.
“Sleeping Beauty” and “Aladdin” both made the top-10 list in 2017.
“Beauty and the Beast” made the list in 2018 with $1.4 million in total theaters.
The “Wizard of Oz” made it to the top 15 in 2017 and earned more than $7 million in U.K. box office.
“Dumbo” and the “Tarzan” films also made the ranking.
“Winnie the Pooh” made a return to the list last year with $3.9 million in ticket sales in 2017 as the top film.
“Hootie and the Blowfish” made its debut in the list with $2 million.