The Best Movies About Animals

Mar 25, 2024 | Animals, Movies


Welcome to our list of the best movies about animals! Animals have been a part of cinema since its inception, and they continue to captivate audiences with their charm, humor, and heart. Whether it’s a story about man’s best friend or a wild adventure in the jungle, these films remind us of the unique bond humans share with animals.


1. All the Little Animals (1988)

All the Little AnimalsBobby (Christian Bale) had to flee his home in order to escape the abuse of his violent stepfather. Alone and scared, he found refuge with a reclusive older man named John Hurt. As Bobby struggles to come to terms with his past trauma, he forms an unlikely bond with John and begins a journey of self-discovery.






2. Only The Animals (2019)

Only The AnimalsAfter a snowstorm, a car is discovered abandoned on the road leading to a handful of remote farms. The driver is nowhere to be found and the police are baffled. However, there are five individuals who know that their lives are somehow intertwined with this puzzling event. Each of them carries their own secrets, hidden deep within their hearts. But little do they know that this enigma did not originate in the snow-covered mountains of their home, but rather on a different continent altogether.






3. The Animal (2001)

The AnimalRob Schneider plays a struggling police recruit who is constantly overlooked and underestimated by his peers. Despite his determination, he can never seem to catch a break. However, everything changes when he finds himself on the brink of death after an accident.






4. The Animal Kingdom (2023)

Welcome to the world of The Animal Kingdom, where wild animals roam free and rule the land. But this is not just any ordinary wildlife documentary. Through stunning visuals and captivating music, we invite you to join us on a journey of artistic expression, contemplation, and abstraction. Where each viewer is encouraged to project their own ideas and emotions onto the screen.


5. Ayalaan (2024)

Prepare to embark on a journey of imagination and emotion with Ayalaan, the highly anticipated new film from director Karthik Subbaraj. This visually stunning masterpiece invites you to explore the depths of artistic expression, contemplation, and abstraction in a way that only a true visionary can deliver.


6. THE TRENCH (1999)

The Trench is a visual journey that explores the concept of identity and self-discovery. Through stunning visuals and thought-provoking imagery, viewers are invited to contemplate their own perceptions and beliefs while being immersed in an abstract world. With minimalistic dialogue and a focus on artistic expression, The Trench sparks imagination and evokes emotions without explicitly providing detailed information.


7. June (2014)

JUNE is not just a typical 9-year-old orphan. She carries within her the weight of an ancient supernatural being, whose sole purpose is to bring about the destruction of mankind. The very same humans who have ravaged and exploited nature for their own gain.


8.  Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2009)

Professor Wilson was on his usual route home when he stumbled upon a lost Akita puppy. Despite his wife’s initial objections, the adorable pup named Hachi quickly found a place in their hearts and became Parker’s faithful companion. What started as a chance encounter soon blossomed into a beautiful bond between man and dog.


9. A Dog’s Purpose (2017)

Ethereal and timeless, a dog’s journey through multiple lifetimes teaches the true meaning of love and laughter. Reincarnated as different canines over five decades, this beloved furry companion forms an unbreakable bond with Ethan, the human it guides and protects. As their paths intertwine, they discover the power of connection and the beauty in embracing each moment. Through the eyes of a dog, we see the world in its purest form, reminding us to live with open hearts and an unyielding spirit.


10. Among Wolves (2011)

A young boy, abandoned by his parents, is taken in by a nomadic tribe that roams the rugged mountains. They teach him their ways and he quickly adapts to their simple lifestyle. However, as he grows older, he begins to question his place within the tribe.

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