The great thing about Warner Bros. animated features is that they haven't lost touch with their cartoony roots.
The studio's recent releases in the hand-drawn genre, like "Cats Don't Dance" and "Quest for Camelot," have celebrated the simpler, wide-eyed aspects of the art form while Disney and its more direct competitors (Fox's "Anastasia," for instance) edge toward life-like realism.
But until now Warner's hasn't had a serious contender in the animation wars.
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