Movies and cartoons are often made with stop-motion animation. The famous AT-AT scenes in Star Wars VII (The Empire Strikes Back) are one example. The Wallace and Grommet shorts (and the movies by the same studio) are another famous example. Thousands of Internet fan films using LEGO stop-motion are another.
Laika Studio is doing stop-motion at the highest level
The Basics of Stop Motion Animation
Wallace and Grommet Behind the Scenes (Aardman)
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