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Yesterday’s poll for the Best Romantic Movie of the Summer is still going strong, but today we’re having even more fun by voting for the Best Animated Movie of summer ’13. So many to choose from, guys. So many. I certainly have a favorite but I’m dying to know what yours is. Get a rundown on the nominees and then vote for the best below!

Poll: Vote For The Best Romance of Summer 2013

Despicable Me 2 — The hilarious sequel to Despicable Me where Gru is the good guy and finds love with Kristen Wiig’s character. Most importantly? Agnes is still around. Gotta love Agnes.

Universal Pictures

Universal Pictures

Monsters University —Another hilarious sequel which takes us back to where Mike and Sully first meet—in college—where they go from rivals to BFFs.

Disney Pictures

Disney Pictures

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Epic—A story with an all-star cast including Beyonce, Amanda Seyfried and Josh Hutcherson about a teen who gets transported to a forest full of cute little creatures where she must help them save both her world and theirs.

20th Century Fox

20th Century Fox

Planes—A plane with a fear of heights (Dane Cook) attempts to get over it by competing in a major aerial race. A hot, exotic female plane, played by Priyanka Chopra,  helps.

Disney Pictures

Disney Pictures

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Turbo—A snail (voiced by Ryan Reynolds) has big dreams of winning a major Indy 500 race. Sounds kinda like Planes but for racecars, doesn’t it?

20th Century Fox

20th Century Fox

Smurfs 2—Katy Perry, NPH and others from the first film return to NYC, this time where the Smurfs and the humans attempt to rescue Smurfette from the wrath of Gargamel.

Sony Pictures

Sony Pictures

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What was your favorite animated flick of summer ’13? Are you into kids movies? Vote below for your favorite and tweet us your pick @OKMagazine!

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