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Best ENGLISH Movies of 2021

Year of 2021 had a lot of releases both Theatrical & OTT, despite the ongoing pandemic . We at Popcorn Reviewss have shortlisted best Animated movies. Do watch out for your favourites for the year of 2021.

Check out the full list below:

Raya And The Last Dragon follows the story of Raya who is in search of the Dragon Sisu, who has transferred all her powers into a magical gem that is now divided over the Kingdom of Kumandra. The story as with all stories of Disney, touches your heart upto the point of making it melt. The screenplay also compliments the story very well… Read More…

Set in the Bombay of the 70s, Bombay Rose is the story of a flower seller who falls in love with a man of her dreams. Will fate be on their side? The story is deftly melancholic and gently tugs the strings of your heart. The Bombay of the 70s is the soul of the film here. I was thoroughly impressed with the way the vibe of the city which was captured so well… Read More…

The Mitchells vs The Machines follows the story of a dysfunctional family who are on a road trip soon find themselves in an apocalypse wherein the Machines are taking over earth. As much as far fetched the idea is, the story is an excellent one that promises a lot of excitement and adventure, ofcourse with some heartwarming moments. And the screenplay does exactly that… Read More…

Set in Cuba, Vivo follows the story of a Kinkajou named Vivo who embarks on an eventful journey to deliver a love song written by his old friend. And this is a musical which just makes the story that much more special. The story is vibrant and colourlful but heartfelt at the same time. Now because the story opens in Cuba, the elements in the screenplay representing the Cuvan culture has been integrated really well… Read More…

Set in Italy, Luca is the story of a sea monster who wishes to explore the world, whereas he is only encouraged to stay put in an area more familiar to him. As is with all Disney films, the story is sweet and heartwarming. The screenplay is taut standing at just under 100 minutes(which helped me finish the movie in time before the match). And the screenplay is a high concept one without revealing any spoilers… Read More…

Based on true events, Flee follows the story of a young man who is compelled to reveal his hidden past. The story is narrated in the form of animation and a documentary and is gut wrenching and in no ways an easy watch. There is this emotional connect that you feel towards the protagonist as he makes his way out of Afghanistan and to first Russia and then Denmark. The screenplay is taut standing at just under 90 minutes… Read More…

Encanto follows the story of a family who reside in a magical house and all of them are blessed with unique magic traits but for one member. I guess I will leave the story there but it definitely is enchanting and heartwarming with that typical Disney fuzz to it. The screenplay is again quite brilliantly penned. Like all Disney films, this one to begins almost like a fairytale which our grandmothers use to tell us… Read More…