Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 10 months ago

What are your top 5 favorite Disney movies?

I like

1. Lion king

2. Mulan

3. Finding Nemo

4. Princess and the frog

5. Coco

I have more but these are some of my favorites off the top of my head (:

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  • 10 months ago

    1. The Lion King

    2. Bambi

    3. Toy Story

    4. Finding Nemo

    5. The Hunchback of Norte Dame

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  • 10 months ago

    1. The Great Mouse Detective (1986)

    2. The Princess And The Frog (2009)

    3. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)

    4. The Tigger Movie (2000)

    5. Return To Never Land (2002)

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  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

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  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    1. The Fox and the Hound

    2. Nikki Wild Dog of the North

    3. Wall E

    4. Bambi

    5. Lady and the Tramp

    My sister liked The Great Mouse Detective and the Aristocats

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  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    Silent Night, Deadly Night

    Night of the Creeps

    Peggy Sue Got Married

    Short Circuit 2

    Who's Harry Crumb?

    Yes, the parent company is Disney.

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  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    5. Aladdin - great story and omg the villain is actually thwarted by the hero (Aladdin tricks Jafar into trapping himself in the lamp). So rare in Disney movies lately.

    4. The Rescuers - my #2 fav from the animal years, good voice acting, delightful eccentricity, classic

    3. The Lion King - just great all around, no towering strengths but no weaknesses. Lame ending though where the Hyenas have to do Simba's dirty work.

    2. Pinocchio - best of the early years hands-down. Dark and a bit disturbing (see the scene where they turn into donkey's - no punches pulled there) with one of the most iconic sidekicks of all time in Jiminy Cricket. No do-nothing damsel in distress either, which was common in those days.

    1. Hunchback of Notre Dame

    a. It has a wonderful, empowered female lead, who is at least as heroic as either of the male heroes, yet it's not this forced 'girls can do anything boys can do' message that saturates the last 25 years (which I hate - it should be a given that girls are capable and powerful, not something you have to force down the audience's throat).

    b. Great score - Bells of Notre Dame and Hellfire are two of my top 10 favorite disney songs of all time

    c. It has a happy ending, but a natural one as well. There isn't some tacky 'everything is solved' moment (like, say Little Mermaid, where king Triton all of a sudden has this herebefore unknown ability to make Ariel human). Quasi has his moment of redemption, yet Phoebus gets the girl.

    d. It has an extremely complex plot for a Disney film, exemplified by the fact that the Church and the Law are the bad guys. This isn't the first Disney movie to take a stance like this (Robin Hood does it as well, and others touch on the subject) but it's the one that does it the best and takes it to the greatest extreme. We also get the Hellfire interlude where we see Frollo's internal struggle with his emotions in a way we rarely get to see the villain and, even though we know he is evil, we realize that he doesn't THINK he's evil. It is one of the only moments in the Disney library where we get to see that "evil" can come from a misguided attempt to be righteous. Deep **** man.

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  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    1. Bedknobs and Broomsticks

    2. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

    3. The Strongest Man in the World

    4. Beauty and the Beast

    5. The Parent Trap (1998)

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