Fritz the Cat (1972)
One of the first-ever animated films for adults, Fritz gets in trouble exploring the free-loving nightlife of the 1960s, making it the first animated feature film to receive an X rating.
Mars Attacks! (1996)
In this Tim Burton parody of sci-fi "B films," computer-generated Martians invade and attempt to destroy the world, but they have a unique musical vulnerability.
A neurotic yet brave ant (voiced by Woody Allen) helps transform his colony from a militaristic state to a more democratic community.
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)
The South Park crew tries to convince their community to call off an ill-advised war against Canada. Despite its foul language and bawdy sexual humor, the Motion Picture Academy recognized it with a Best Original Song nomination for "Blame Canada."
A lonely customer service rep thinks everyone is the same until he meets a special woman in a hotel. Although it was nominated for scads of awards and was heralded by critics and moviegoers alike, it lost money at the box office.
Sausage Party (2016)
Seth Rogen and Michael Cera team up again in the story of a 3D computer animated hot dog searching for the truth behind his existence.
Loving Vincent (2016)
The first fully-painted (that's 62,450 frames created by 85 artists) animated film explores the life story of Vincent van Gogh.
Another Day of Life (2017)
An animated adaptation of author Ryszard Kapuściński's experience during the three-month Angolan Civil War.