3) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Even as a kid, I always wondered what the big deal was over Snow White. No personality, headache-inducing voice, disrespectful, etc. It really just kinda killed the story.
2) Saludos Amigos/The Three Caballeros. I don't know why (though I would really love to know,) but these two have always seriously pissed me off. Even just seeing the rooster and parrot makes me want to take a hammer to my parents' old vhs copy.
1) Home on the Range. Painful, every step of the way.
3) Aladdin/The Little Mermaid. These tie on the list more because they are favorite go-to movies when hanging out with my dad. They tie because they fill different roles (A=Humor, TLM=Music).
2) The Princess and the Frog. Loved seeing Disney making an attempt to get back to more Renaissance-esque features, and the setting really helped boost the fun musical side of Disney that had been dead for quite a while.
1) Beauty and the Beast. Admittedly I didn't care for it as much when I was younger, but today it's safe to say that it's my favorite. I'm going to blame it on my husband for making me fall in love and appreciate romance, even there are flaws and dysfunction, lol.
Loved the introduction with the sun rising and all the animals congregating at pride rock. the feel of the stampede scene and the intense feeling of loss at Mufasa's death was just overpowering
Oliver and company:
I like how they used the environments in some of the fight scenes as well as included background city noise into the songs.
the art style was fantastic. I kind of wish it had sold more so that disney could have made more movies in the gorgeous storybook style
Mulan(if not for Oliver and Company this would be in the top 3)
I probably fall in the solid majority here but the songs were just amazing
The many adventures of Winnie the Pooh and it's sequal and spinoff series. Treasure planet was great as well Atlantis(because it stood out it felt different and not typical Disney fare)
chicken little. the animation was good but the story and characters were unlikeable
Home on the range: almost an hour after that movie I had just about no memory of it. I remember it being bad but that's about it.
story was extremely meh. nothing really notable happened in that movie except for the dude who got turned into a bear and spend days wandering in the wilderness with a cub learning to accept himself. had some pretty visuals but that's about it.
(you have your 2 bear movies now disney, please don't make any more)
Aristocats: it has good points and bad points
Tangled: interesting but could be a lot better.
Dinosaur: carnosaurs keep giving me nightmares whenever I watch it. those things are terrifying for Disney critters
Brave: it does not have much life of it's own it feels rather woebegone, it feels a bit orphaned and in a corner. if not for that it would be a great film.
(I know seriously a disney princess that marries no one, Blasphemy I tell you blasphemy.) (just joking it's a welcome relief please make more heroines that attempt to take charge of their life)
Goodness...my entire list of favourites WOULD be Pixar films.
1.) Hunchback of Notre Dame - totally raped the novel, but I love how dark and controversial it is! "Hellfire" has to be my favourite Disney scene and song, and Frollo, I believe, is the greatest Disney villain ever. While Maleficent obviously trumps them all, Frollo is actually someone believable; the world is filled with Frollos. The music is also beautiful! I hate musicals, so if I'm going to sit through one, it has to have fantastic music.
2.) Pocahontas - totally raped HISTORY, but again, I love that it deals with darker, more adult, more controversial issues. I watched it again recently, and actually realised for the first time that Pocahontas and John Smith are the only characters that can undestand each other. Very clever Disney! Points for music, too.
3.) Sleeping Beauty - I'm not a princess person by any means, but I always had a fascinition with this film. I liked the art style and the vivid and strange scenery, I liked how subdued and austere it was in comparison to other Disney films, and, of course, Maleficent. 'Nuff said there
Special Mentions: Snow White - a bloody masterpiece of animation; and The Sword in the Stone - hilarious!
Least Favourite: The Little Mermaid - I hate what they did with the story; the original Hans Christian Andersen story was really quite beautiful. The ending was sad, but filled with so much hope and had a real message to it. I think Ariel was a particularly bad role model; she changed her body to please a man she met once. It just doesn't send a very good message. It did have some nice visuals, though, but minus points on music.
Special Mention: Tangled - I didn't hate it, per se, but I didn't think it was 1/10th as good as people said. I think Disney tried a little too hard on this one. Again, minus points for music.
Top 3: 1. Princess and the frog •Everything about this movie was awesome, the characters, the setting/plot, the animation, and the SONGS! 2. Wreck-it-Ralph •My favorite Disney CGI movie ever! What can you not like in this movie? And the fact I watched this twice makes the movie for me better. 3. The Lion King •THIS MOVIE WAS PART OF MY CHILDHOOD! I do not know if somebody can hate this movie. Neutral 1.Sleeping Beauty • I don't hate this movie but its my least favorite princess movie. That does NOT mean I hate Aurora, I still like her but she not my favorite. 2. Dinosaur • This was my favorite childhood movie when I was younger, but I don't remember much of it anymore. Least favorite 1. Home on the range • I just didn't really like it 2. The sequels or prequels • Only The Little Mermaid 3 is the on I like.
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