On the eve of the most lyrical and romantic holiday offers you a selection of 17 of the best (from our point of view) cartoons about love. Fortunately, there is no shortage of those. The topic of romance is already being covered in the 0+ cartoons, but the bulk of the tapes with an indispensable kiss at the end are 6+. We selected both famous classic cartoons, on which today’s parents grew up, and something new, said in the animation on a love issue
Disney and his princesses
Of course, the most important and well-known place in cartoons about love is given to the classic works of the Disney studio with its many princesses. Almost everyone (with the exception of Pocahontas and the latter) was waiting for their happiness in the person of the handsome prince. Or a thief.
Since there are a lot of kiss cartoons of this category, and most of them (and even literally all) you have seen, and not once, for a long time, we will remember shortly and in chronological order. All of them are united by the “princess” of what is happening, the presence of the leading theme of love and the status of the “golden animation classic” or so.
The beginning is, of course, Snow White, a pale and red-lip beauty, eclipsed by her appearance literally everyone in the world.
Next on one shoe is Cinderella (by the way, relatively recently received her film version and musical),
Then there is Sleeping Beauty, which glorified the music of Pyotr Tchaikovsky even more than before, although it seemed impossible.
They all eventually waited for their beautiful princes and lived happily ever after (we were shown something in the controversial but numerous sequels from the Disney Toon division.
With splashes of water and waves of admiration in 1989, the “Little Mermaid” emerged, winning the love of the prince and millions of girls around the globe.
Next comes “Beauty and the Beast”, a cartoon that is considered the benchmark of true love stories that know no barriers or prejudices. This tape is leading in the “about love” animation compilations (for example, in the TOP-5 from Beauty and Beast animators from different countries in the first place).
It is also necessary to recall the love story of Aladdin and Princess Jasmine, who raised the guy “from rags to riches”, and the only drama from the classic Disney animation block that left the princess without a husband – Pocahontas , nevertheless being a perfect example of how love destroys virtually all borders.
In conclusion, the review of Disney’s romantic cartoons – “The Lady and the Tramp”, an animated classic not about the princess, and generally not about people, but definitely about love, as well as about the social framework. And two relatively new works – “The Princess and the Frog” and “Rapunzel: A Tangled Story”. The instructive love story of the waitress from the New Orleans and the useless prince, by the way, was the latest Disney work, painted in the classic 2D technique.
Rapunzel, in turn, is the last tape of the studio, in which the theme of love between a girl and a boy takes a key role in the story (Cold Heart is already difficult to attribute here – this is a cartoon primarily about the family.
In conclusion, the review of Disney’s romantic cartoons – “The Lady and the Tramp” , an animated classic not about the princess, and generally not about people, but definitely about love, as well as about the social framework. And two relatively new works – “The Princess and the Frog” and “Rapunzel: A Tangled Story” . The instructive love story of the waitress from the New Orleans and the useless prince, by the way, was the latest Disney work, painted in the classic 2D technique.
Rapunzel, in turn, is the last tape of the studio, in which the theme of love between a girl and a boy takes a key role in the story (Cold Heart is already difficult to attribute here – this is a cartoon primarily about the family).
Princess of other kingdoms
Or rather – other studios, because the royal theme is not the only one Disney alive. One of the most fascinating love stories tells the cartoon “Princess Swan”. The curse of the evil sorcerer, in fact, the death of the heroine, and the joyful finale with the reunion of two lovers: this fairy tale was so much liked by young romantic natures that it received as many as five sequels, but let’s not talk about sad things. The original tape definitely deserves your attention.
The line “princess at night, swan by day” continues Fiona from” Shrek”. The first part of the famous franchise is about love and overcoming the stereotypical framework, although the princess is not a swan here, and everything ends differently.
It would also be appropriate to recall “Anastasia”, the princess of the house of the Romanovs from the 1997 animated film Fox Animation Studios. Here unpredictable feelings again brought the noble girl and the robber, but very sincerely and with a good ending.
Romance mixed with otherworldly
Let’s take a break from royal families, people and look towards cartoons of a different kind. As you know, love and death eternally follow each other, so that those who do not like the classic “princess” entourage, but also want to see about love, have something to advice. For example, the first two parts of the cartoon “Monsters on vacation”, where wonderful feelings unite the vampire and the person, and it does not smell like “Twilight.” In the third part, one more layer of “lavburger” is added, but of a different kind.
And absolutely already about love on the other side of the grave: a pearl “The Corpse of the Bride” by Tim Burton reveals both of the given themes by 200%. True, he is 12+, but if you want to do it earlier, then you can – the afterlife subject is submitted so gracefully and skillfully that it will only frighten very small children.