14. 'The Adventures of Tintin' (2011)
Made in collaboration with Peter Jackson, Spielberg's re-imagining of Belgian cartoonist Herge's iconic, cowlicked boy detective is an ideal blend of reality and computer animation: The characters have just enough weight and presence to feel like they've finally come to life, while the colorful style still allows them to retain their distinctive features from the original comic books. And once it gets going, the film – which incorporates narrative elements from a number of Tintin stories – never really stops, with chase scenes piled atop one another. It was admittedly too much for some viewers, but the movie's sheer energy is something to behold.