This summer we're getting two giant films based on toys we grew up with in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra. But what about all those other toy movies in the works? What will they look like, and which directors will take on the tough task of adapting those properties that just don't lend themselves to big-budgeted feature films? Well, cartoonist Dan Meth, better known as the dude behind The Trilogy Meter and the Futuristic Timeline (which we just featured yesterday), has created another winner in this little animated short called Toy Movies from our good friends at Atom.com. Essentially, Meth imagines what some of the more famous old school toys would look like if they were adapted for the big screen by some of today's more interesting directors.

Featured in the video after the jump we have:
  • Care Bears vs. My Little Pony: The Wreckoning
  • John Lithgow in David Cronenberg's Cabbage Patch Kids
  • Wes Anderson's Teddy Ruxpin
  • Peter Jackson's The Smurfs
  • David Lynch's Koosh Ball
  • Ron Howard's Play-Doh Fun Factory
  • John Carpenter's ALF
Check out the video after the jump and let us know which film you'd most like to see. Me? No question -- I'd watch John Carpenter's ALF in a heartbeat.

Toy Movies