Pixar and Studio Ghibli.
Although some of their movies are strictly meant for a “younger crowd”, they still take their audiences seriously.
They don’t assume that since children watch these movies that it’s ok to go “HEY!!! LOOK AT THIS!! it’s shiny!!!”
Most of them have serious story lines.
Toy Story 3. Andy is 18 and going off to college, and has to make a decision most people have to make. “what do I do with my childhood memories”
Studio Ghibli as a whole. - Most of these movies have very serious themes. They get on touchy subjects like death, violence, war, etc. Most studios wouldn’t dare put these things in a “kids” movie. But Studio Ghibli take every single one of their audiences seriously.
I really appreciate this from both companies. As much as I’m not a fan of kids, it’s nice to see people who treat kids as intelligent beings, as opposed to people who can’t pay attention unless there are people farting every two seconds.
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