Some Of John Lasseter’s Top Animated Films

John Lasseter is an animator, writer, director and producer known for his work in the animated movie industry. His first film as a director was Tin Toy in 1988. He’s made some of the most celebrated animated movies around. After working for Pixar for over 25 years, he recently became the head of Skydance Animation. His company is dedicated to telling exciting, original stories through animated films.

One of John Lasseter’s most celebrated movies is Wall-E. Released in 2008, this movie has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 95%, and it earned $521.3 million. This movie is about a robot named Wall-E that is cleaning Earth after it was abandoned by humans. He is joined by EVE, who was sent to Earth to see if life is sustainable. Both robots end up on the space cruiser carrying humans, where everyone is so fat they can’t stand up and more

In 2010, John Lasseter produced Tangled. It has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 89% and earned $200.8 million. The story is about Rapunzel, who is a princess locked away in a tower. She accepts the aid of an intruder to escape so she can see the world. He also produced Monsters University. It has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 80% and earned $268.5 million. The story is about Mike and Sulley, who join up to become the scariest monsters in Monstropolis. They meet in grade school, and the story takes place when they are attending Monsters University.