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    Best Disney Movie?

    What would you consider hands down, the best Disney movie of all time?

    I was thinking about this and while I do have my favorites for different reasons, I feel like the best one to me is the Lion King. It teaches a lot of different things in a gentle way. It teaches love, loss, facing fears, running from fears, and ultimately overcoming them. It is one of those stories that really caught my attention as a kid and even still as an adult.

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    It seems The Lion King is a very popular choice and I certainly enjoyed it as a kid, though I think I preferred some others. I haven't watched that many Disney films since my teenage years. It's probably mostly because I'm not a big fan of CGI, though that's a topic for another thread.

    It's been so long since I've watched it, but I think I enjoyed Aladdin the most. I'm not actually sure why since it's been nearly twenty years since I last watched it. I suppose I should do so soon. However, this film left a lasting impression on me:

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    As blasphemous as it sounds, I'm not big on Disney movies. When I was a kid, I was into stuff like He-Man, Conan The Destoyer, Robocop, as well as superheroes before I was introduced to Disney so to go from that to wholesome family movies and princesses seemed like pussy shit to my younger self. There were a few I liked however. I had a soft spot for Lady and The Tramp and 101 Dalmations manily because I love dogs and cats. I really enjoyed The Sword in The Stone and The Black Cauldron since that tickeled my sword and sorcery fancy that I had at the time.

    The one that left the biggest lasting impression is the Sleepy Hollow segment of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad. Not only did it have some catchy songs courtesy of Bing Crosby but it had what was quite possibly the most awesome and underrated Disney villain ever-The Headless Horseman! His design was simple yet imposing with it's black figure making it look like a living silhouette and his big flowing red cape giving it a striking contrast. He had no jokes or anything-just a demonic laugh indicating that he is getting a sick enjoyment out of trying to capture Ichabod for the sole purpose of decapitating him. He probably scared my little self more than any of the other Disney villains.

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    This is probably one of the worst questions you could ask me, to be honest. I loved Disney kids as a kid and to be fair I still love them. It's tough for me because I will say that for me one of the films is my favourite and the best, but then I will remember about another one and just change my mind. It's a constant circle of me remembering another film and choosing that. For me, the top films would have to be Lion King, Toy Story and Monsters Inc. Oh, and how can I forget Cars. I loved that film when I first watched it. I'm not even going to bother to try and pick which one of those is the best Disney film. If I could, I would just pick all the Disney films. I don't think I've ever watched a bad Disney film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    It seems The Lion King is a very popular choice and I certainly enjoyed it as a kid, though I think I preferred some others. I haven't watched that many Disney films since my teenage years. It's probably mostly because I'm not a big fan of CGI, though that's a topic for another thread.

    It's been so long since I've watched it, but I think I enjoyed Aladdin the most. I'm not actually sure why since it's been nearly twenty years since I last watched it. I suppose I should do so soon. However, this film left a lasting impression on me:

    Aladdin was a good movie. I would say my top 5 include that one. And that scene... I don't remember it much as I only ever seen Dumbo maybe 2 times but wow, that is some drug level stuff right there! Reminds me of the "nazi march" in Lion King. I swear there is a lot of darkness that can be found in these movies.

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    If we're counting Pixar then it's the original Toy Story, no contest. Otherwise it's a tie between Aladdin and The Lion King. I also have a soft spot for Tron and the first Pirates movie.

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    For me, Hunchback of Notre-Dame is the greatest Disney film. I love the music and the ideas in the movie, despite it not following the Victor Hugo novel very well.
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