First off only a few of these animations which are all hilarious, should probably not be watched with children. The wonderful world of animation is worldwide so for those who don’t fear subtitles enjoy this!
WARNING: This film is rated R and I was told not to post the trailer here (Cartoon Boobs)
El Santos vs. La Tetona Mendoza is a 2012 animated action-comedy film, based on the comic by José Ignacio Solórzano and Trino Camacho. It is absolutely for adults only. The film was released in theaters on November 30, 2012, but is no available to view on Netflix. This side splitting Mexican animation is a story of love, violence, boobs, and zombies. The animation is very interesting, in that it encompasses many styles and formats of drawing, form, and shape.
Le Chat du Rabbin or The Rabbi’s Cat is a 2011 French animated film directed by Joann Sfar and Antoine Delesvauxset (say that 3 times fast). The animation takes place in Algeria in the 1920s, a social hotbed of racism, hate, and persecution. In it a rabbi’s cat learns how to speak after swallowing the family parrot, at first the rabbi believes the cat is a demon, this is soon put to rest and eventually the cat expresses his desire to convert to Judaism. There are many funny moments in this film, but nose so much as when the cat begins to criticize religion, and debate the rabbi at his own game. This film is also available on netflix, as well as on YouTube.
Wizards the ultimate futuristic fantasy epic. This is a 1977 American animated post-apocalyptic science fantasy film which takes place after the Earth has been burned and radiated by a massive nuclear explosion, this causes humans to become deformed mutants. After the radioactive waste calms faeries, elves, dwarvs and all sorts of other creature return to the Earth. The main idea of the film is the battle between two wizards who are brothers, one of them representing the forces of magic and the other one representing the forces of industrial technology. This film uses traditional animation, rhotoscope and live action documentary footage of WWII. This one is definitely worth checking out, the whole thing is available on YouTube. All in all Wizards is pretty great.