Animation is one of these astonishing facts of cinema, although the number of really good animated sci-fi films is surprisingly low, while allowing filmmakers to expand their creative visions and create all the universes as wide and detailed as their dreams. I am sure there are a few stones, including the favorites of families like “WALL-E” and “Iron Giant” and more adult-focused efforts like “Fantastic Planet”, “Heavy Metal”, and “A Scanner Darkly”. And the anime classics are “Akira” and” Spark: A Space Tail”.
But, often, the combination of type and format has to offer about infinite possibilities, obstructing filmmakers and directing them to present them. “War for Terrain,” “Dodging the Planet Earth,” “Mom Needing Mars,” “Planet 51”, “Pinocchio in Outdoors”.