Movies like these aren't my type at all, but I enjoyed How To Train Your Dragon to the max, every scene and every character does their job perfectly, the lead character is very sympathetic and realistic, the side characters aren't annoying, the lead's father is the most interesting and realistic in my opinion. The plot is amazing, the worldbuilding is great, the animation is beautiful. I really don't have any complaints about this movie except that it's too short.
Arguably Pixar's most underappreciated film, in Onward Pixar does a great job of showing how the lead character struggles, and makes us relate to him, while the plot isn't the best, and the film can get boring at times, everything else is perfected, and this shows that Pixar is still great at telling original stories.
Pretty solid movie, there are some bad character arcs and the twists are very predictable, but the end makes up for it, other than that the animation is beautiful, the score is very good, the story is surprisingly good, the humor lands the majority of the time, overall a very enjoyable movie even with its flaws. (7.5/10)
Just as good as the original, the animation is surprisingly beautiful, and after the mishap that was Cars 2, this feels like a breath of fresh air for the Cars franchise, Cruz Ramirez isn't half bad as a main character, they made Mater sort of likable again after Cars 2, and while the villain isn't the best, he's still good enough. Overall Cars 3 is a good film, and it provided me with nothing more or less than I expected.