Fortune presents a list of the highest-grossing (最高票房)cartoon movies of all time.
If you are the parent of a girl under age 10 or so,then you do not need the plot of 2013' s Frozen summarized for you. The musical fantasy took in $362 million and your daughter has probably been more than happy to talk your ear off about it since its release.
Frozen brought many sing-along events at theaters and Frozen-themed birthday parties.
Monsters,Inc. is the story of two creatures that help power their hometown of Monstropolis with the screams of the children they scare. It features the voices of John Goodman,Billy Crystal and Steve Buscemi, and is the rare children' s film that parents could actually enjoy along with their kids. It opened to huge box office totals in November 2001. It earned $290 million in its theatrical run.
Despicable Me 2
Released in 2010,the original Despicable Me took in $252 million. Naturally,this meant that there had to be a sequel (续集),which was delivered to attract children in the summer of 2013.
Lovely children across this great nation returned to the theatres to have fun in the humorous acting of Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) and the Minions. The movie earned $374 million and was also nominated (提名)for a Best Cartoon Feature Oscar. It lost,but the filmmakers could comfort themselves by crying into a pillow made of money.
Toy Story 2
The 1999 sequel to 1995' s commercially praised Toy Story,this second one finds Buzz Lightyear and the group trying to rescue their friend Woody from a cruel toy seller. It took in $246 million.
21.Which film could appeal to a nine-year-old girl most?
A.Frozen. B.Monsters,Inc. C.Despicable Me 2. D.Toy Story 2.
22.What is special about the film Despicable Me 2 ?
A.It won the Best Animated Feature Oscar. B.It earned the highest-grossing of the four films.
C.It spawned many sing-along events and birthday parties. D.It could be watched by parents and children together.
23.The film about a character trying to rescue his friend was released in .
A.1999 B.2001 C.2010 D.2013