A big one for me is A Troll in Central Park. I get that its plot isn't the deepest and there is a lot of padding, but I still like it because Stanley and the children are adorable, and it's actually kind of sad when Warning: Spoilers inside! Stanley is turned to stone, enough to make me happy when he was revived. Yes I know it's a cop-out when a character dies and comes back, but it can still be emotional if done right. The only truly bad thing about that movie is the left-field ending that was highly unnecessary and essentially makes it hard to take the whole film seriously. Ignore that though and it's enjoyable. Great songs, seriously how can you hate this? Warning: Spoilers inside! Two more films I feel are underrated (though not as much as the above) are the two sequels to The Brave Little Toaster. The original movie is amazing too, but it isn't really hated either. The sequels are disliked by many people who liked the first one because they don't have as many emotional or dark moments as it did. However, I appreciate them for a few reasons, one is that they introduced Wittgenstein, the supercomputer who is one of my favorite movie characters, and also they had decent plots even if they weren't as emotional. And they had moments that genuinely felt like they would fit in the first film as well. I'll list a few in the spoiler. Warning: Spoilers inside! The biggest moment was in To the Rescue when Radio removed his tube so Wittgenstein could be revived. He was essentially ending his own life for the sake of saving Wittgenstein and the animals. And the whole scenario in that film with Wittgenstein seemed like a callback to the theme of abandonment in the first film: Just like the main appliances were in the original, Wittgenstein was no longer being used, however unlike them he couldn't just get up and go find his original master(s). He was forced to sit in the basement and rot until he happened to be found by the main characters. And he eventually gave out and seemingly died from the virus, prompting Radio to make his sacrifice. In the end, Radio gets a new tube and Wittgenstein finds a new home in a museum. Like the original, To the Rescue ends with the main characters in the back of their Master's car on their way to a bright future. Now for moments from the other sequel, Goes to Mars. It doesn't have as many, despite it being based on the sequel to the novel that the original is based on. However, there is some emotion to be had in this one as well. The reveal of Supreme Commander's true identity as the Hearing Aid's brother was one, as well as the moment when Supreme Commander is deactivating the missile that would destroy Earth as Toaster watches in fear, which was similar to the scene in the first movie when Toaster is watching his Master about to be crushed by the machine in the junkyard, prompting him to jump into the gears and nearly die to save him. He did a similar thing in Goes to Mars, though he didn't directly put himself in danger, he left his friends knowing they couldn't go back for him, so he would've been stuck on Mars forever if it weren't for the next moment in which Tinselina the Christmas angel sacrifices her hair and dress so they can go back for Toaster. I can agree that the original movie had more soul put into it, but you can't say the sequels did it no justice at all. Any movies you feel similarly about?