If you can spare a moment from killing each other virtually, take a look at this rare little gem from way back in the day.
It’s the only collaboration between Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney, and it’s interesting (to me at least) because of the way in which two seemingly opposite styles are fused and flow so well together. You can clearly see and feel the classic Dalí surrealism and the old school Disney animation as separate elements all through the piece, but in complete harmony. Almost complementing each other. It’s called “Destino” (Destiny) and tells the story of a dancer who falls in love with a baseball player, but destiny – in the shape of time itself – makes it not meant to be.
(some fragments have been recently restored and done in 3D to complete the piece, but it’s not very intrusive)
Update: Check the comments for Dblade’s corrections to all this. Thanks for pointing it out ;)