It’s family time with Oscars winning Animated Films

Animated films are not just about the three dimensional characters but the happy and valuable impact which remains with the audience after watching it. Such movies are a visual treat to eyes showcasing varied stories of love, friendship, war, survival, bravery and many more stuck with a heart-warming  message appreciated by all age groups. Star Movies with this thoughtful concept is all set to air an array of Oscar winning animated films next week Monday to Thursday as a part of ‘Celebrating the Oscars’ film festival. 
This Oscar’s celebrate with Star Movies with some of the most overwhelming animated movie collections that have swayed us away with its scintillating visuals and inspiring stories. All time classic and the bold story of Simba in The Lion King brings one closer to nature betting to make you dance along on the tunes of “Hakuna Matata”. The movie bagged two Oscars for Best Original Song and Best Original Score and inspired the global audience with its melody.
The Celebration proceeds with the first Pixar movie with a female protagonist, Brave, taking us on a fantastic tale of an aspiring archer and impetuous daughter of royalty, Merida which grabbed the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2013. Atypical of Disney princesses’ movies the princess of this movie stands alone with pride and a happy ending of making one’s dreams come true. Next up is the Action and Adventure film, The Incredibles that achieved Oscars Awards for Best Achievement in Sound Editing and Best Animated Feature Film of the Year with two other nominated categories revolves around a storyline of a family of undercover superheroes, while trying to live the quiet suburban life. The not so normal family of supernormal heroes eventually sets on a journey to save the world in the most euphoric undercover manner. And last but not the least ‘Celebrating the Oscars – Best Animation’ will be closing with an extraordinary story of friendship with Toy Story 2  narrating the riotous tale of life in the toy lane. Directed by John Lasseter, the second edition of Toy Story is definitely a playtime for viewers of all ages with impactful voices of Tom Hanks and Joan Cusack teaching you the meaning of life and friendship in the most amicable fashion.
Star Movies brings you the best of Oscar nominated movies of our times to set the celebrations rolling FOR THE 89TH Academy Awards for the 2017. 

Do not miss ‘Celebrating the Oscars – Best Animation’ on Star Movies Monday to Thursday at 9pm.

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