10. The Lion King
What says ‘classic’ more than The Lion King? I just love this movie (and the other… how many more movies are there?). It has the perfect amount of drama, romance, and comedy for the whole family to enjoy, in one cartoon movie.
9. The Fox and the Hound
The Fox and the Hound is the most adorable movie ever. It’s amazing to watch the growing friendship between two unexpected friends (a hunting dog and a fox), and to see how things change as they grow older and are forced to face the reality of the situation. It’s really a clash inside of the heart of the hound (Copper), between doing what he feels is right, and what he’s told by his owner.
Pocahontas is an amazing movie that expresses so many emotions inside of the viewer. Love, friendship, loyalty, and a sense of freedom. It’s a beautiful film, and I think Disney did a great job with the characters. I especially love Pocahontas’s dress… I just love it!
Hercules is the kind of movie where you feel a strong connection with the protagonist- Hercules. You feel like you’re accomplishing his goals, and you feel proud with every feat he is able to pull off. It’s a wonderful movie, and every time I watch it I feel the same way I did the last time I watched it- so the feeling never really dies.
It was SO HARD to put Mulan as fifth, because I so badly wanted to put this movie as 1st! But some others got a bit ahead of her, so…. whatever. 😦
Mulan is definitely one of my favorite Disney movies of all time. Mulan is my favorite Disney princess by far, because- in my opinion- she’s one of the few that actually does something to find her ‘happily ever after’, which, for Mulan, really happens after the second movie. In this movie, Mulan takes her father’s place in the army against the Huns, and disguises as a boy in order to do so. It’s funny, romantic, and just so awesome!!!
5. Robin Hood
From the beginning, I knew I HAD to get Robin Hood somewhere on the list. It’s such a great movie- and I just love the twist on the usual Robin Hood stories and such (they’re all animals!). It’s an amazing story of Robin Hood and his allies stopping the tyranny of the king, who is, of course, a lion.
Aladdin shows you a ‘whole new world’. It’s a magical movie, with forbidden romance, a hilarious genie, an evil villain (what Disney movie doesn’t have one- or any movie for that matter?). I could watch this over and over, and I probably wouldn’t get bored until about the eighteenth time! (That’s pretty good, folks).
3. The Little Mermaid
Ariel (the little mermaid) has something in her that anyone can relate with. Curiosity, big dreams…. and it’s amazing to see another point of view on humans. It shows that if we looked from a new perspective, maybe we’d see things we never saw before.
I don’t care if I’m 2 or 90, I will ALWAYS love Bambi. It is the sweetest, most heartwarming Disney movie I can think of, and I love it SO MUCH.
1. The Lady and the Tramp
And here we are, folks. Lady and the Tramp! I love romance, and what’s cuter between romance between two dogs? It’s adorable, and It’s great for the whole family to enjoy.
Thanks for reading, guys, and make sure to like and comment your favorite Disney movie! Bye for now!