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All DreamWorks Animation Movies Ranked

DreamWorks Animation

DreamWorks Animation’s first movie was Antz, released two months before A Bug’s Life, and thus this studio was born into incessant comparison to Pixar’s output, molded by it, becoming the snarky and sarcastic foil to its competitor’s earnestness.

DreamWorks Animation would forge most of its identity and formula on the back of one giant, smelly, green ogre: Shrek, which has generated sequels, tie-ins, theme park rides, and billions of dollars, while ensuring Smash Mouth’s “All-Star” never leaving the pop culture’s ironic cirruculum.

The studio’s other franchises include Kung Fu Panda, which introduced a whole new world of visual flair and surprising emotional depth to the DreamWorks movie canon, and Madagascar, which pulled off the mega-rare feat of each movie being higher-rated on the Tomatometer than the last. At least the mainline movies. (Penguins of Madagascar 73% is lower than the 79% Madagascar 3 has, but that’s a spin-off. )

And then we come to How to Train Your Dragon, which will close the trilogy this Friday with The Hidden World, nine years after the premiere of the original. And before we take that last ride with Hiccup, Astrid, and Toothless, we’re ranking every DreamWorks Animation production (including the ones during their rocky partnership with Aardman) by Tomatometer!

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