German Animated Films to Watch


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German animation films have become very popular over the past few years. Many people are now getting into the hobby of creating short films that are full of amazing animation and fantastic special effects. These films are very realistic and capture the beauty and charm of the wonderful country of Germany. Whether you’re a history buff or just a lover of great animation films, there are plenty of amazing German animated films for you to enjoy.

Das Boots

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Among the most well known of these German animated films is the Oscar winning World War II movie, Das Boots. This movie stars Russell Brand and Thomas Brodie-Sangster as Dr. Reinhold Voll, a German doctor who leads an underground German resistance group during World War II. Brand plays the role of Dr. Maximilian, an American who is also a part of the resistance group. This is actually the second most popular German animated film production after Disney’s Lion King.

The following two German animated films that you should check out our Meet The Parents and Zucherberg Castle. Meet The Parents is based on the successful book series of the same name, while Zucherberg Castle is based on the legendary castle located in Bavaria, Germany. Both of these terrific animated features are produced by the Wachowski brothers, which are responsible for the computer-animated features of The Princess and the Frog and Darcy Duck and Gumball in Gumbo.

Watch Reviews

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If you would like to learn more about some other German animated films that you might want to watch, you should look online for some reviews. Some websites even rank these films by popularity and recommend the best ones that are available. In addition to the aforementioned two, there are quite a few other German films that you may want to check out. Here are some of the best ones that you might want to consider:

This is one of my favorite German animated films. It is a sequel of the anime series Dragonball and the first in a series of four, which takes place in the year 6teen before the destruction of the Frieza Empire. This is one of the better animated films from Germany that I have seen, and the voice over work really brings things together.

Silhouette Film By Michael Bay

Another German animated films that you should check out is the silhouette film by Michael Bay. This is the second film in the series of the same name, and centers on a young boy who must take over the helm of a small corporation after his parents are killed in a plane crash. Michael Bay is great at taking complex characters and making them interesting, and in this film, he does an amazing job. The film itself is slow paced and exciting throughout, and it truly showcases the unique abilities of Michael Bay.

Bottom Line

As I mentioned, there are many different German animated films that you could choose from. However, these are some of my favorites and should help you get started with your own viewing. If you are trying to decide between several of the films, remember that each one is different and offers something unique. No matter which one you choose, I am sure you will be satisfied with the results.

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