What Movie You Are According To Your Chinese Zodiac

Whether you're a spirited Rat or an  enigmatic Dragon, these movies capture the essence of each zodiac persona.

It assigns an animal and its attributes to each year in a repeating 12-year cycle, so people born in the same year share the same animal sign.  Check out your sign from the chart above.

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A rat who dreams of becoming a chef finds his chance when he teams up with a young kitchen worker, showcasing the Rat's intelligence and determination.

Rat: Ratatouille (2007)

Ox: Ferdinand (2017)

An animated film about a gentle bull named Ferdinand who doesn't want to fight in bullfights and embodies strength and patience, qualities of the Ox.

A young boy forms a unique bond with the animal while stranded at sea. The tiger in this film represents the ferocity and courage of the Tiger.

Tiger: Life of Pi (2012)

A private investigator with a dislike for toons finds himself proving the innocence of Roger Rabbit, a toon falsely accused of murder.

Rabbit: Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

The powerful and majestic dragons in this film represent the mythical nature of the bold Dragon sign.

Dragon: How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

A group of passengers must fight for their lives when a plane is infested with snakes, symbolising the fear a Snake can cause,

Snake: Snakes on a Plane (2006)

Directed by Steven Spielberg, it follows a young man and his horse who are separated during World War I, a symbol of the freedom and independence of the Horse.

Horse: War Horse (2011)

Sheep: Lamb (2021)

A psychological horror film that tells the story of a childless couple who adopt a sheep-human hybrid that possesses the innocence and vulnerability of the Sheep.

A mischievous orangutan is mistaken for a stuffed animal and taken to a luxury hotel; capturing the playful energy of the Monkey.

Monkey: Dunston Checks In (1996)

A Disney movie about a chicken who believes that the sky is falling, it is a classic example of the rooster's role as a symbol of alarm and warning.

Rooster: Chicken Little (2005)

A loyal dog waits for his owner at a train station for years after his owner's death, showcasing the loyalty and devotion of the sign of the Dog.

Dog: Hachikō (2009)

A comedy about a pig named Babe who dreams of becoming a sheepdog, sharing traits with the compassionate and resourceful sign of the Pig.

Pig: Babe (1995)

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