25 Best Animated Movies on Netflix [February 2021]

The best kind of animated feature films are capable of telling stories you wouldn’t be able to tell using traditional live-action animation. Perhaps your world is inhabited with creatures that would be impossible in the real world, or capable of creating without using millions upon millions of dollars. Films based in animation are excellent ways to experience full-on fantasy worlds, science-fiction battles, and often-impossible events. You’ll find talking animals, dancing teapots, and the classic anvils falling from the sky. Plenty of animation is based in humor, designed to make you laugh until you cry. Sometimes watching animation comes from the need to view the true artistry put into work by teams of animators, both working in 2D classic cel animation and newer 3D CGI animation.

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This list contains the best animated movies and films streaming on Netflix at the moment. From stories about brand-new baby brothers and anthropomorphic animals working together, to adult storytelling, painting a world destroyed by a giant monster or the tale of a teenage girl trying to find her parents in a dystopian, steampunk Paris, there’s something for everyone on this list. We present the 25 best animated films on Netflix for February 2021, in no particular order.

And of course, if you’re looking for more entertainment to watch with the whole family, you might also want to check out our list of the best family-friendly movies on Netflix.

4 thoughts on “25 Best Animated Movies on Netflix [February 2021]”

Gabriel says:
Spirited Away is not even mentioned. Don’t get me wrong, there are some decent films in this list but the top 5 is just an insult to any actual animation lover…
William Sattelberg says:
Spirited Away is basically a perfect movie, and you could make a strong case for Totoro, Kiki’s Delivery Service, and most of the other Ghibli films, but unfortunately, this list is based on Netflix’s US library, and HBO Max has the exclusive streaming rights to those films in the States.
S says:
William Sattelberg says:
The films aren’t in any particular order!
nick m says:
epic is better
Ken says:
My three children do NOT agree. An American dad.

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