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Guest Gabochi

Disney Movies

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Guest seanjamie

OK

1. Aladdin (hehe flying carpets, wise cracking animals, jinnee= awesome)

2. The Lion King (needs no explanation :P:) )

3. Mulan ( ahh well you already can figure out why , if you've seen it)

4. Atlantis & Return to Oz

5. A bugs Life & The page master

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Guest agfrommd

I'm watching Mulan for the first time, DVR'ed it. For some reason I didn't see it when it first came out - was not as aware of my genderqueerness back then.

"When will my reflection show who I am inside?" Awesome line from the song. Wonder if the writer is TG. Anyone know?

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Guest amanda_s

the blackhole took years to find a copy the cat from outerspace not sure about the title

Amanda

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Guest Robin Winter

Normally I'm not as into the modern animations from Disney, but I just saw "Despicable Me" finally, and I really enjoyed it. The main character, Gru, had a very nonchalant approach to villainy that just tickled me, and the minions were adorable ^_^

Totally worth watching.

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Guest Sarah_Maria

I saw tangled but I don't see as much heart with the cgi. Though I'd have to say I love The Jungle Book the songs in that are fantastic. Though as a whole I like Pixar better, The pixar lamp is so cool. Robin Hood is another favourite of mine though I can't handle the new Robin Hood with my least favourite actor ever.

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Guest GeorgeM

I love a lot of their movies. I was a total Belle fan when I was growing up- I think it was the fact that she loved someone that everyone couldn't understand why she did, because all they saw was a monster. I love The Princess and The Frog, my brother ordered it one night when we were at a hotel and I probably enjoyed it more than he did. Tangled and Despicable Me are really good too.

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Guest The Avatar

Who's seen Tangled?

Tangled took the lead for me when it came out. It was like a fresh glass of water after wandering in the desert. Now it's floatin among my top 5. Before that the last Disney movie I liked was Hercules. (I consider Pixar it's own thing since they did try to break away not too long ago)

Rotating order based on my emotions:

.)Tangled

.) Hercules

.) Little Mermaid

.) A Goofy Movie

.) Lion King

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Guest Lani

THE LITTLE MERMAID!!

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Guest Riddel

I am a fan of Tarzan and Tangled was a 100x better than i expected

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Guest Riddel

I almost forgot Lilo & Stitch Lilos my kind of weird

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Guest Micha

There's a lot ofgood ones I like, prolly can't remember every single one.

Wall-E, Brave, Tangled, Princess and the Frog, Robin Hood, Alice in Wonderland (especially the Tim Burton one), Mulan, Atlantis, Up. . .and I'm sure there's more.

I really don't like the first princess movies, Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty. . . I don't dig how these girls fall in love with some guy they've never met before upon their first meeting, and typically the second time they meet they're getting married (and they absolutely have to get married, that's the only possible way to live happily ever after). Not to mention Snow White's prince charming has necrophiliac inclinations, as no one but the Queen had any way of knowing she wasn't really dead. The emphasis on beauty is absolutely horrifying to me as well.

I like Ariel and Belle, but I do have a few not so good feelings about those movies. Not as much so as the aforementioned ones though.

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Guest Mycroft

Hmm.

- Mulan's an obvious one, of course.

- Aladdin, certainly. I have a plush Rajah tiger; got hir for my first birthday, still sleep with hir nightly. I kind of projected my own gender issues onto hir - Rajah felt sentient (so not an it), but not really gendered to me, so that was fun to work out... Anyway...

- Beauty and the Beast - the only one of the 'princess' movies I like (Mulan doesn't count as 'princess')

- Lion King

I don't think Despicable Me (Universal) counts as Disney, so for my representative of the 2000's I will put

- Enchanted (It's not a princess movie, it's a... deconstruction of... a princess movie... shuddup...)

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Guest Paige712

Hmm. favourite probably Alice in wonderland, just loved that movie. Also beauty and the beast, Pinocchio, Snow White and Peter Pan will always remain close to my heart.

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Guest Bellexia

Does Meet the Robinsons count?

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Guest Scan

My favorites are the Lion king, Hunchback, and Tangled. Also like Pixar.

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Guest Kenzie W

Ooh, I love Disney movies so much!

My all time favorites though would have to be:

The Rescuers

The Little Mermaid

Tangled

Peter Pan

Brave

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Guest Jeaulm

I love the 'Toy Story' series myself, the second one holds a close place to my heart. The third one made me cry.

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Guest princessofdarkness

Well, I love Disney. I remember always watching films like 'Cinderella' and 'The Little Mermaid' as a boy and wishing I could become just like a princess. Then when I became a teenager I became ashamed over that, and tried to replace it with hyper-masculinity. But since re-discovering my true feminine self, I'm glad I watched Disney when I did, and can finally re-watch them with the love I had as a kid ^_^

Now that I've seen all the 50-some films from Walt Disney Animation Studios (which is not the same as the Pixar or DisneyToons (who makes the direct to video fare) studios) recently, except for 'Frozen' (getting to it), I feel I have expertise to what ones are my favorite. I guess I would rank them as 1) Aladdin, 2) The Little Mermaid 3) Beauty and the Beast 4) The Lion King 5) Sleeping Beauty 6) Fantasia 7) The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 8) Pinocchio 9) Hercules and 10) Bambi. The worst is 'Chicken Little', boy oh boy...

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Guest actuarylilium

I myself am a bit of a Disney fangirl! Whilst I'm not a total fanatic (there are some I haven't seen and some I don't like!), I watched so many of them in my childhood :) But one of my friends at Uni puts me to shame with his knowledge of all things Disney :(

Including Pixar films, my favourites include: Hercules (have the video game on PS1 as well!), the Fox and the Hound, Aladdin, Snow White, the Rescuers Down Under, Peter Pan, A Bug's Life (have the video game of this too, and it creeps me out!), 101 Dalmations (how can you not like this!?), Toy Story (the third one was well worth the long wait, and such a fitting ending! Have the video game of Toy Story 2), the Sword in the Stone, Pinocchio (though the Pleasure Island bit makes me uncomfortable... I remember my first time seeing this bit, and I was shocked out) and Pocahontas (not sure how it's spelt...)

However, my absolute favourite is the Lion King... words cannot it justice. Simply beautiful :)

Films I didn't like include: Monster's Inc, Chicken Run, Brave (and I'm from Scotland!) and The Incredibles

This is nearly criminal, but I don't remember ever watching the Little Mermaid :( Considering that I love Mermaids and Mermaid stories (you don't want to know how many times I've watched H2O: Just Add Water!), I have to recify this soon...

Lots of Love, Lily xxx

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Guest princessofdarkness

:angry: Watch The Little Mermaid RIGHT NOW Lily. (Sorry, that's just my childhood being stern. I recommend it, to say the least. :P).

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Guest Lizzie McTrucker

I really only had one Disney movie that I really loved and that was Emperor's New Groove.

Howeva,

I now have another that is either tied for 1st place or a very close 2nd place and that is Wreck-It Ralph. I've watched it twice now and I still love it! Plus it really tickles the gamer in me. :)

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Guest ashleynikole

Meet the Robinsons is my fav. I really liked Wreck-It Ralph as well.

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