Similar to the other thread that trajan started about 10 favourite films, i thought of starting this thread about animation films. This is extremely difficult for me because i LOVE animation, and it's hard to pick only 10 (or even 15 - see below). You can include hand-drawn, computer animation, puppets, stop-motion, anime (after all it's still animation) etc.. You can also include 5 runner-ups (since it might be a difficult task to choose 10), and say if anything hasn't been released in Bluray or any comments about the existing Blurays. my list (first 3 by order of preference): 1. Beauty and the Beast (Disney) (the film i saw 3 times on the same day (!) when I got the VHS, after i had seen it at the cinema. As i had said in the other thread, unfortunately the Bluray is degrained - yes, I know it' a caps film but i was expecting a transfer of the original 35mm film, not the cells-, and has completely altered colors comparing to what I knew that change the aesthetics of the film. So, i haven't bought this) 2. Fantasia (The Bluray has also altered colors, but i can accept most of them. The Toccata though has a completely different aesthetics in the Bluray. The black backgrounds near the end, have become sky-blue!) 3. Snow white and the Seven dwarfs (Disney) -The Lion King (haven't bought the Bluray because the clouds are still missing and Disney hasn't corrected this error) -Tοy story (classic! the first computer animation I've seen. It's sad that the opening logo music has vanished from the Bluray. I really liked that opening!) -5 Centimeters Per Second (Makoto Shinkai) -Only Yesterday (Ghibli) (I'm about to order the exquisite Japanese Bluray) -Whisper of the Heart (Ghibli) (I've ordered the Japanese Bluray and waiting for it) -Alice in Wonderland (the first Disney animation film I've ever seen) -Asterix et la surprise de Cesar (there is an excellent quality Bluray but unfortunately it doesn't have English subtitles! One usual issue with foreign films) Runner-ups: -The Prince of Egypt (no Bluray yet) -Pinocchio (Disney) -An American Tail (unfortunately the Bluray has the altered audio, and doesn't offer the 4:3 version too) -Aladdin -The Hunchback of Notre Dame I'm curious to read your lists, and maybe discover films that i haven't seen yet!