3º – My Neighbor Totoro (Hayao Miyazaki, 1988)In the plot, with the illness of his mother, two girls have to completely change their daily lives, counting on the appearance of a strange friendly spirit that surrounds the nearby forest. Fun animation, with an irresistible atmosphere, ‘Meu Amigo Totoro’ enchants the spectator by the simplicity of the paths of his story, proposing always positive scenes.
2º – Finding Nemo (Andrew Stanton, 2003)After his son mysteriously disappears, a fish starts an unrestrained search for him, facing super funny confusions at the bottom of the ocean, ‘Looking for Nemo’ is one of the great animations of the 21st century, exposing an intelligent plot that never loses its great dynamics, leaving the viewer completely fascinated by what happens on screen.
1º – Howl’s Moving Castle (Hayao Miyazaki, 2004)Hit by a curse that turns her into an old lady, a young woman embarks on a journey behind an individual who can break the spell. ‘The Lively Castle’ has a unique atmosphere for the progress of the plot, bringing to the viewer a story that dynamically shapes itself to each outdated scene.