I, for one, am completely addicted to Kung Fu Panda (1 and 2).
The film I watched yesterday, however, is a cult classic. It is 45 years old and it didn't show which is something in itself. I was also surprised by how many other films I could think of that had taken inspiration from this original. Any idea what it was? Are you ready? It was Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. It was clever and interesting enough, with the right balance of 'what is going on' and the odd hint or two. The main computer had a big enough role and a seriously creepy voice, throw in some classical music, some spinning spaceships and some coloured lights and a story that just about makes sense and you have yourself a winner. I can see how, in 1968, it must have been amazing and controversial, it still holds some of that now but at a slower pace - a lot of the cinematography is still beautiful. I can't believe how much it felt like I had seen it before - tantamount to how much of it has been reused, reworked and inspired.
Definitely a must see if you are a film buff otherwise I think you could take it or leave it. I still want to say take it though, it is a classic for a reason!